MBA in Human Resource Management
The concentration in Human Resource Management is designed to specifically address the challenges faced in the management of human resources in private corporations and public institutions. The development of decision making and problem solving skills will be emphasized in the areas of human resource planning, development, training, recruitment, selection, retention and global HRM. This program is available at both New Rochelle and Rockland campuses.
Plan of Study
MBA Core Courses: 24 credits
Required HRM courses: 12 credits
HRM 615 (Human Resource Management) and three other HRM courses.
Breadth courses (non-core, non-HRM): 15 credits
Choose five advanced courses (no more than two courses may be in any one area) and
Two required courses: MBA 500 (Business Perspectives) and MBA 710 (Strategic Management).
Total: 57 credits