Master - Business Administration Dual Concentration: BS Mgmt & HR

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Are you a current or an aspiring business professional seeking to enhance your administrative skills and knowledge of management practices and human resources operations? If yes, then the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program could offer the curriculum designed to help you reach your goal. Find out more about this Herzing University master's degree program here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

Once enrolled in Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program, you will have the opportunity to study management principles and practices in areas of personnel development, job analysis, performance evaluation, marketing, finance, and accounting. You could choose to complete this program online or take some classes at select Herzing University campuses. Topics likely to be addressed in concentration courses include financial management, business economics, marketing management, staffing strategies, job performance assessment, compensation structures, human motivation, labor laws, and global management practices. Core courses address managerial concepts in accounting, operations, information technology, and project management in addition to leadership theories, decision-making processes, business planning strategies, and organizational development. The program's capstone course allows you to demonstrate your understanding of management processes through hands-on experiences in real or simulated business settings.

What Are the Prerequisites?

While not required, you should have already earned a bachelor's degree before entering the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program. You might have some experience in a business setting and possess strong organizational, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. Though requirements may vary, you should have earned a high school diploma or equivalent.

What Are the Course Requirements?

You must complete 48 credits to earn Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Business Management and Human Resources. You will take 30 credits in core courses and split 18 credits between the program's two areas of concentration.

Required Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
MBA 600 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MBA 606 Research and Decision Making
MBA 615 Marketing
MBA 621 Financial and Managerial Accounting
MBA 626 Information Systems and Technology
MBA 631 Operations and Project Management
MBA 639 Managerial Economics
MBA 645 Finance
MBA 690 Strategic Planning
MBA 691 Graduate Capstone Project

Business Management Concentration Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
Select three of the following courses:
MBA 520 Finance and Accounting for Managers
MBA 530 Economic and Statistical Analysis
MBA 540 Management and Marketing
MBA 610 Human Resource Management
MBA 638 Managing Organizational Performance
MBA 652 International Business

Human Resources Concentration Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
Select three of the following courses:
MBA 610 Human Resource Management
MBA 611 Compensation and Rewards Management
MBA 636 Training and Development in Organizations
MBA 638 Managing Organizational Performance
MBA 641 Business and Labor Law

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program, you could begin exploring senior management or directorial opportunities in nearly any type of business. You might be prepared to apply managerial techniques in areas of human resources, corporate training, employee relations, labor relations, operations, or marketing. Positions you could pursue include:

  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Labor Relations Manager
  • Human Resources Director
  • Corporate Training Director