Gain the respect of leaders, peers and clients, and build your business acumen and strategic thinking. Capella University's online Master's in Human Resource Management program helps you develop the engagement skills necessary to become a leader, an effective change manager and a strategic partner.
To strengthen the skills important to becoming a dynamic HR leader, you'll participate in Capella's cutting-edge simulation, CapraTek, where you will experience the complexities of resolving tough issues, consulting on workforce decisions, and fulfilling the HR needs of a company in a challenging business environment.
Capella offers online prep courses to prepare you for success in your Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) exams.* These Capella certification exam preparation courses are designed by subject matter experts, and include discussion questions, application exercises, and module exams to develop specific HR competencies.
Capella's MS in Human Resource Management allows you to earn your Human Resource Management certificate while you're working on your master's degree — providing the skills and credibility to make a more immediate impact.
*While pass rates on the PHR® and SPHR® exam tend to improve for those taking the review course, no guarantee can be made that completion of this course will result in success on this exam. Individuals are encouraged to use this review course as a guide in their preparation and to seek additional assistance as they determine is necessary.
With your Master's in Human Resource Management from Capella, you'll analyze business theories, markets and reporting practices in human resource management. You'll also assess culture and change management in organizations and evaluate strategic management and critical thinking in human resource management. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.
Common jobs with an online Master's in Human Resource Management include adjunct or part-time faculty, compensation and benefits specialist/manager, human resource business analyst, human resource consultant, human resource manager, labor relations specialist/manager, learning and development specialist/manager, performance management specialist/manager, staffing specialist/manager, talent acquisition specialist/manager or talent development specialist/manage. Potential workplaces include: consulting firm, corporation, government, healthcare, land-based or online college or university, manufacturing or nonprofit organization.
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