Graduate Human Resource Management FAQs
Q: What is the difference between the Master of Science in Management (MSM) and the HRM?
A: MSM is a management degree, which can be applied to any industry or business unit within an organization, while HRM is specifically designed for Human Resource professionals (or career-changers).
Q: Do I have to work in HR to be considered for the HRC or HRM program?
A: No. Many of the students in these programs are career-changers or professionals interested in either HR careers or working with issues in the workplace concerning people and productivity.
Q: Can I continue in the HRM program once I've completed a certificate program?
A: Yes. A Graduate Certificate is half of the credit requirement for a master's degree and you may seamlessly matriculate into the master's degree by completing 18 additional graduate credits.
Q: Do I have to take the GRE or GMAT?
A: No. We focus on needs in the workplace. As such, our required application materials include a resume and letters of recommendation from current or recent employers.