Today's changing business environment requires strategic management of the talent, skills, and knowledge of individuals within a company. Apply what you learn in class to the resource challenges of your organization, demonstrating your capability to innovate and create value. Pursue leadership opportunities with the specialized HR knowledge you gain at Lubin:
Practice analyzing functional areas
Integrate strategy with your organization's human resources
The GMAT/GRE is not required for applicants with a minimum of three years of professional work experience in human resources.
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
Median salary for human resources managers in New York (Source: careeronestop)
The Lubin MS in Human Resources Management offers:
Excellent compensation: $63,500 is the median salary for recent graduates of the MS in Human Resources Management program (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Many opportunities: Employment of human resources managers is expected to grow 9% from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
International recognition: The MS in Human Resource Management program is ranked among the best Masters in Human Resources Management by EDUNIVERSAL, an organization which ranks the top global business programs in the world.
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The MS in Human Resources Management prepares you for leadership roles within human resources and across the organization. Students learn to analyze, design, and evaluate human resources systems and processes—and integrate those systems and processes with business strategy. Curriculum includes organizational behavior, labor relations, and employment law. The Lubin MS in Human Resources Management offers:
Core HRM skills: Recruitment, compensation, assessment, and training for human resource management to further organizational goals.
Specialized skills to succeed in senior-level appointments: Analysis of the strategic impact of staffing decisions, processes, retention, and staff-flow management
Theory and current best practices to identify sustainable, competitive advantages by adapting human resources strategies and practices to market fluctuations and shifting pressure from competitors.