Brenau University’s online Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management degree program is ranked #10 in the United States by www.thebestschools.org. Brenau was selected for this honor based on the quality of the program, the types of courses offered, the faculty, awards, rankings, and reputation, including the school’s reputation for effectively providing online degree programs. Find the complete article here: http://www.thebestschools.org/
Students in the Human Resource Management MBA Program receive specialized training, real-world experience, and personal attention, while developing solid business fundamentals that will put them out in front as a Human Resource Professional. Brenau’s concentration in Human Resource Management (HRM) provides advanced coursework that connects academic theory to practice, linking HRM decisions to business goals. The HRM MBA curriculum is consistently updated to ensure real-world relevancy to today’s global marketplace. This program provides specialized human resource management training in the areas of employment law, talent acquisition, total rewards and strategy. Typical HR managers come from both human resource and business backgrounds and will be able to integrate HR strategies into their companies’ overall plans.
The HRM MBA is a 15 course, 45 hour degree program which leads to a Masters in Business Administration degree and a certificate in Human Resource Management. Students can begin the program at any time during the year, and can complete the program entirely online or in a combination of online and on-ground courses lasting seven weeks.
Brenau also offers the option to students who already hold a graduate degree to earn the Human Resource Management Certificate by completing the 5 required courses in the Human Resource Management Concentration curriculum.
To enhance their success in the program, students are required to take BA 500 MBA Foundations (3 hours) and BA507 Introduction to Business Communications (3 hours). These courses must be completed before starting the other MBA coursework.
The core curriculum is taught online or at one of our 5 campuses. There are 8 courses in the MBA core curriculum (24 hours):
BA 642 Cross-Cultural Business Challenges
BA 670 Integrated Business Operations
AC 721 Budgeting for Managers
BA 787 Global Economics
MG 729 Management & Organizational Behavior
BA 723 Financial Management
MK 715 Marketing Management
BA 799 Strategic Management & Policy
Concentration courses are taught online. Students take five courses to complete the concentration (15 hours):
MG 733 Human Resources Management
HR 737 Employment Law
HR 750 Talent Acquisition & Management
HR 760 HRM Total Rewards
HR 785 Human Resources Strategy
Dr. Suzanne Butterfield has a Ph.D. in Human Resource and Organization Development from Georgia State University. She has extensive background in corporate HR, organization development, strategic planning and implementation. She is a member of The Academy of Human Resource Development and the Society of Human Resource Management. She can be reached at 770-446-2900, ext. 103 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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