Management Master's - Human Resources Management
Human Resources Management Master's Overview
Put people first with a concentration in Human Resources Management
ECPI University's Human Resources Management Concentration focuses on managing an organization’s most valuable resource: its people. Human Resources Management is the act of overseeing all of the employees and administrative functions within an organization, while ensuring business practices stay compliant and ethical.
Human Resources Management is a valued field of work and is essential to the overall success of an organization. After all, an organization is only as good as the people behind it. Successful human resources managers possess certain character traits that are in high demand. If you possess most of these qualities, a concentration in Human Resources Management could be for you:
- Ability to multi-task
- Problem solver
Through ECPI’s year-round schedule, you could earn a Master of Science Degree in Management with a Concentration in Human Resources Management in as little as 15 months.
27 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits MGT520 Organizational Behavior and Leadership 3 MGT524 Ethics and Corporate Responsibility 3 MGT528 Business Research and Analysis 3 MGT532 Organizational Change and Development 3 MGT560 Strategic Human Resources Management 3 MGT575 Modern Management Models 3 MGT585 Cultural Issues in Management 3 MGT604 Management and Strategy 3 MGT615 Management Capstone 3
Homeland Security Management
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits HLS580 Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security 3 HLS584 Local Management of Homeland Security Incidents 3 HLS588 Managing Technical Resources 3
Human Resources Management
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits MGT590 Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) 3 MGT645 Human Resource Management Compliance 3 MGT648 Talent Management 3
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits MGT625 Essentials of Leadership 3 MGT635 Open Source Leadership 3 MGT648 Talent Management 3
- Program Description
This concentration focuses on compliance and the regulatory environment from a legal perspective, the strategic partnerships and goals that serve to motivate and incentivize a contemporary workforce, and the digital tools and systems used to manage human capital. Students will have the opportunity to develop culturally conscious leadership and human resource management strategies that promote effective business operations.
Course topics will cover:
- Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS)
- Human Resource Management Compliance
- Talent Management
With a concentration in Human Resource Management, students should gain the knowledge to:
- Understand compliance and protocol as it relates to the organization.
- Coordinate administrative tasks in a global professional environment.
- Develop various strategies to manage multiple people at the same time.
- Understand technology systems that can aid in job functions.
- Apply knowledge of conflict/resolution strategies.
- Analyze data as it relates to the success of the organization.
- Possible Career Track
Where could a concentration in Human Resources Management take me? Potential career tracks include:
- Human Resources Manager
- Fiscal Monitoring Specialist
- Employee Relations Manager
- Benefit Analyst
- Training and Development Manager
- Administrative Services Manager
- Business Executive
Upon completion of the Master of Science in Management, graduates will be expected to:
- Apply strategic, tactical and operational knowledge to key business functions in support of organizational mission and vision.
- Employ research methods, information and organizational knowledge to make viable business decisions that expand competitive advantage.
- Design an efficient, integrated organizational structure leveraging human resources, technology and innovative techniques.
- Develop culturally conscious leadership and human resource management strategies that promote effective business operations.
- Demonstrate ethical, organizational and managerial responsibility.
The Human Resources Management concentration focuses on managing an organization’s most valuable resource: its people. This concentration focuses on compliance and the regulatory environment from a legal perspective, the strategic partnerships and goals that serve to motivate and incentivize a contemporary workforce, and the digital tools and systems used to manage human capital.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are expected to:
- Analyze regulatory issues to ensure compliance in legal settings.
- Evaluate strategies for managing human resources in a global environment.
- Demonstrate professional communication techniques for small and large audiences, including written, electronic and interpersonal conversation.
- Apply technologies and systems for managing the different functions of human resource departments.