Online or In-Classroom Formats Available
The certificate is available as a fully online or in-classroom certificate.
Thanks to the hard work of the advisors and professors, I have been able to map out a course that suits my schedule and allows me to work as hard as I wanted toward my end goal. University College has given me the unique opportunity to complete both my BS and MA from start to finish in a total of three years.
MA, Human Resources Mgmt.
Human resources managers are an integral part of the leadership team charged with directing complex organizations and a diverse workforce. Managing people and organizations requires both functional skills in human resources as well as expertise in strategic planning and organizational development. The Master of Arts in Human Resources Management prepares individuals in a variety of employment settings to join other organizational leaders at the table of decision makers.
The Master of Arts in Human Resources Management provides you with skills and information in key operational areas such as human relations and communications, compensation and benefits, training and development, employee and labor relations, and staffing and retention. Additionally, the program teaches professionals how to contribute to organizational development, change, risk management, and strategic planning.
Who Should Apply?
This program is designed for experienced human resources leaders and professionals seeking skills for advancement in the field. It is also for new or experienced professionals from a variety of other fields who wish to transition into human resources.
Advanced Certificate Option
University College also offers a graduate-level, 15-unit Certificate in Human Resources Management. The certificate provides a range of courses in the major responsibilities and challenges of human resources to prepare students to work effectively in the field.
- Learn more about our degree requirements and admission policies.
- Meet our faculty and learn more about their field of expertise.
- Attend an information session and learn more about the Human Resources Management program.
|Program Coordinator: Jennifer Fickeler, (314) 935-6700|
Academic Advisor: Elisa Wang, (314) 935-6793
Administrative Assistant for Academic Programs: Holly Schroeder, (314) 935-6759
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Undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs offered by University College are offered through Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Business-related programs in University College are not accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).