Master - Business Admistration Dual Concentration: Human Resources & Technology Mgmt

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Are you seeking an education that could help you develop managerial and technical skills for advanced positions in a variety of business environments? If so, then Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Technology Management could be the program for you. Read on to find out more about this master's degree program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The curriculum of Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Technology Management program offers you the opportunity to study leadership practices in personnel management and business information systems. All courses in this program could be taken online, or some could be taken at select Herzing University campuses. In concentration courses, you could learn about staff planning, performance incentives and evaluations, pay and reward systems, career development methods, employment laws, systems analysis, network security, technological innovation, and technology project control and implementation. Core courses address management practices in marketing, operations, business economics, finance, and accounting as well as leadership theories, organizational management, business planning, and decision-making processes. A capstone project allows you to apply techniques and methods studied throughout the program in actual or simulated business environments.

What Are the Prerequisites?

You must have earned a bachelor's degree before enrolling in the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Technology Management program. In addition, you might have current or recent experience in a business setting and possess strong communications, organizational, and computer 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 the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Technology Management program from Herzing University. You will be required to earn 30 credits in the core curriculum and nine credits in each of 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

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

Technology Management Concentration Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
Select three of the following courses:
MBA 671 Project Management in Technology
MBA 672 Information Security and Privacy
MBA 673 Systems Analysis and Design
MBA 674 Technology and Innovation

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

Upon completion of Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Technology Management program, you should be prepared to apply the knowledge you gain to senior management or directorial positions in the field. You might seek opportunities in personnel development, employee relations, business database management, information systems development, or corporate training. Positions you could pursue include:

  • Chief Technical Officer
  • Human Resources Director
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • Director of Information Technology