Master of Science in Human Resource Management
Strategic human resource management contributes to the bottom line. Whether for recruiting or developing talented people, organizations need the human capital development skills that credible Human Resource (HR) professionals with business knowledge bring to the table.
The Moravian Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program develops your competencies in critical areas in HR and business that will enable you to bring a competitive advantage to employers and to create value for yourself.
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Business Competency Prerequisites
Students in the MSHRM program must be competent in the basic skills and knowledge of business. Previous course work, or professional certifications, can demonstrate your knowledge of these areas. If you don't have previous course work in some or all of the business competencies, you can meet the competency requirement by taking the courses you need from those listed below.
The MSHRM Core
The Moravian MSHRM degree program requires students to complete a core of nine (9) courses and a concentration area of three (3) courses. The MSHRM core focuses on the leadership and HR skills and knowledge needed for a successful career in HR, including staffing, compensation, law, and HRIS.
Focus your studies on the HR areas of greatest interest to you by choosing from either the Leadership or Learning & Performance Management Concentrations. Each concentration consists of two required courses and one elective course. Click on the link above for more information on the MSHRM concentrations of
The Moravian MS-HRM program accepts applications on a rolling basis. The application process requires you to submit the following: (1) an application form and fee,(2) two recommendations,(3) a professional resume,(4) transcripts from all institutions of higher education you previously attended, (5) a cover letter answering the question "Why do you want to earn your MS-HRM degree at Moravian College?", and (6) official GMAT scores, when required. An interview is also required as part of the admissions process. Admissions policies, as well as detailed information about the program, are available on request. To receive this information in the mail please click on the link for more information below. Application and recommendation forms can also be downloaded from the Forms page. Click on 'Apply Now' to access those forms.
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The Moravian College Comenius Center is a candidate for accreditation with The Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs.