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Preparation for a long and valued career, the Lubin MBA in Talent Management offers:
The broad management skill set employers seek
Access to the world's leading businesses and corporations
Solid professional connections
Whether you are most interested in recruitment, selection, job evaluation, performance assessment, compensation administration, or training and development, you will be guided by an esteemed faculty of professionals who bring decades of real-world experience in the field of talent management.
"Our program is unique in the sense that classes are very small, we have a great graduate management club that is very aggressive with networking, there are a lot of internship opportunities for students."
Excellent compensation: $110,120 is the median salary for talent managers (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Plentiful opportunities: Employment of human resource managers is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
"My advice to Lubin students is to network with your classmates, professors, and professionals who visit the school. When you are networking with people do not focus on getting a job; focus on developing a relationship. You never know who could be of help to you in the future."
- Jabari Chambers, Class of 2018, Senior Human Resources Generalist, West Side Federation
The Talent Management MBA curriculum provides students with experience with the best current theory and strategies for talent management practices. You'll gain the theory and practice to enable you to analyze, design, and evaluate talent management systems and processes across the full spectrum of talent management functions:
Knowledge in essential areas of HR:
Negotiation and bargaining
Training and development
Compensation and assessment
Recruitment and staffing
International human resources management
A variety of functional specialization areas: recruitment, selection, training and development, performance assessment, and compensation administration
Experiential learning opportunities with analysis, design and evaluation of human resource systems: Through the capstone project, students integrate knowledge from other courses to develop management policies. For the research project, under faculty supervision, students prepare a research document that includes problem recognition, valid data, analysis and evaluation of data, and recommendations.