Talent Management, MBA

  • New York City
Associated College

Dual accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, an elite distinction shared by fewer than 2% of business schools in the world

Prepare to Lead

The workforce of today requires complex solutions and savvy critical thinkers, particularly when it comes to managing the many moving parts of its talent. Our 39-credit MBA in Talent Management (formerly Human Resources Management, MBA) is a perfect fit for you whether you are interested in recruitment, selection, job evaluation, performance assessment, compensation administration, or training and development. You will receive guidance from an esteemed faculty comprised of professionals who bring decades of real-world experience in the field of talent management into the classroom.

Harness Talent Across Organizations

  • Complete the program in one year full time or two years part time
  • Hit the ground running with skills employers seek
  • Conduct research to broaden perspectives in the field

Add Opportunities and Experiences

Lubin’s MBA in Talent Management program provides you with current theory and strategies for talent management practices. The application of theory to practice will enable you to analyze, design, and evaluate talent management systems and processes across the full spectrum of functions. You will gain knowledge of essential areas of human resources: employment law, negotiation and bargaining, training and development, compensation and assessment, recruitment and staffing, and international human resources management. Further, you’ll learn about a variety of functional specialization areas: recruitment, selection, performance assessment, and compensation administration.

Experiential learning opportunities are plentiful. Through the capstone project, you will integrate knowledge from other courses to develop management policies. For the research project, you will—with faculty supervision—prepare a research document that includes problem recognition, valid data, analysis and evaluation of data, and recommendations.

"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 ’18, Senior Human Resources Generalist, West Side Federation

Choose Your Career

  • Compensation and Benefits Director
  • Chief Diversity Officer
  • Director of Industrial Behavior
  • Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialist
  • Human Resources Generalist
  • Human Resources Vice President
  • Labor Relations Director
  • Training and Development Director

Where Graduates Are Employed

  • Advanced Data Systems Corporation
  • Itkowitz PLLC
  • KPMG
  • Morgan Stanley



annual median salary for talent managers in New York state (Source: O*Net)


of Lubin's master graduates from the class of 2020 are employed, continuing their education or are doing volunteer or military service. (Source: Pace University Career Services)

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