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M.A. in Human Resource Management
Online Degree Program
The Master of Arts in Human Resource Management program, offered online and on-campus, provides students with courses focused on developing human resource (HR) leadership, financial and strategic thinking skills, and innovation within their realm of duties as an HR manager. The courses are centered on the idea of human resource professionals as strategic partners in their respective organization. Graduates of the program learn how to maximize their human capital’s return on investment in their organization.
- Convenience: Flexibility is essential for students who manage a busy work schedule and personal commitments. The online program at Concordia is proud to offer its students the opportunity to earn an education at their own convenience.
- Degree Prestige and Value: Since 1893, Concordia University, St. Paul has provided students with an education rooted in the liberal arts. Concordia graduates are ethics-oriented, people-focused, quality-driven and future-directed.
- Quality Education: Concordia University, St. Paul believes in utilizing highly skilled and experienced instructors. Thus, students can be confident that they receive the highest quality education.
- HRG500 Human Resources Leadership and Ethics
- HRG510 Strategic Human Resources and Measurement
- HRG520 Recruitment, Selection, and Retention
- HRG530 Compensation and Benefits
- HRG540 Organization Development for Human Resources Professionals
- HRG550 Human Resources Research Methods and Design
- HRG560 Finance for Human Resources Leaders
- HRG570 Human Resources Legal Environment
- HRG580 Human Resources Action Research at Work
Concordia offers competitively priced programs and generous financial aid packages, giving you a private college education at a price you can afford.
Concordia University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Concordia University, St. Paul has been accredited since 1967, with the most recent reaccreditation granted in 2018.