Master in Human Resource Management: Human Resource Generalist

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If you enjoy people and have a head for business, you might consider Master of Science in Human Resource Management program with a concentration in Human Resource Generalist program. Read on to learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

Strayer University's Master of Science in Human Resource Management with a concentration in Human Resource Generalist program is designed to help you gain a working knowledge of areas such as human resources management, leadership, ethics, organizational behavior, and human resource information systems. This program is designed according to The Society of Human Resource Managers curriculum guidelines. To finish this degree, you must complete a capstone project.

What Are the Prerequisites?

Students interested in Master of Science in Human Resource Management program with a concentration in Human Resource Generalist program should have a related bachelor's degree and experience in business and communication. Applicants to Strayer University's programs should have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs may have additional requirements.

What Are the Course Requirements?

This program consists of 54 total credits. This includes 13.5 credits in the Human Resource Generalist Concentration.

Human Resource Management Course Requirements

Area 1Core Component
BUS 508 The Business Enterprise
BUS 520 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
HRM 500 Human Resource Management Foundations
HRM 510 Business Employment Law
HRM 517 Managing Human Resource Projects
HRM 520 Human Resource Information Systems
HRM 522 Ethics and Advocacy for Human Resource Professionals
HRM 530 Strategic Human Resource Management
HRM 599 Human Resource Management Capstone

Area 2 Concentration Component
HRM 532 Talent Management
HRM 533 Total Rewards
HRM 534

HRM 538
Employee and Labor Relations
OR
Performance Management

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

Graduates of Master of Science in Human Resource Management with a concentration in Human Resource Generalist program could apply to jobs as human resources managers. In this role, it could be your responsibility to build teams, manage performance, and manage compensation and benefits.