Human Resources Management
The world thrives on business. Business depends on people. Connect and elevate both—at North Greenville University.
Personal and Professional Impact Begins Here
What do you think changing the world looks like? Solving complex personnel challenges for international corporations? Working one-on-one with individual employees to meet their needs and maximize their value? Whether attracting, retaining, and motivating employees in a personal manner—or overseeing company-wide development with global implications—your career in HR is complex and ever-changing. Are you prepared?
Explore workforce planning, talent acquisition, and retention. Engage organizational effectiveness, employee and labor relations, and risk management. Expand your approach to corporate social responsibility and international HR strategies. Examine every aspect of human resources and build a firm foundation to pass the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exams. That’s your future in HR—elevated through a Master’s
What Can I Do with a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management?
A career in human resources management involves overseeing the management of an organization’s workforce and ensuring that employees are effectively recruited, trained, motivated, and supported.
Human resource managers play a critical role in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and initiatives that promote a positive work environment, employee engagement, and organizational success.
Compensation and Benefits Manager
Employee Relations Specialist
Human Resource Manager
Training and Development Manager
A Comprehensive Approach to Human Resources
- Managing Organizational Behavior
- Leading with Ethics and Integrity
- Human Resource Management
- Talent Management
- Total Rewards
- Human Resources in a Global Context
- Human Resources Strategic Planning
- Human Resource Analytics
- Employment Branding
*Choose one of the following:
- Leading Organizational Change
- Leadership Theory and Development
- Communication and Conflict Resolution
Stories that Started Here
Jon Scott ’12
Even after graduation, my professors have continued to be great advisors and offer me sound advice.