Master of Human Resource Management
The MHRM degree provides comprehensive preparation for careers in human resources. Students learn organizational and legal considerations, as well as evolving techniques and strategies to build skilled, talented, and high performing teams to achieve workplace goals. Students who wish to gain broader business knowledge may instead wish to complete the MBA or the Master of Organizational Leadership degree and then use the five elective slots in either degree to earn the Certificate in Human Resource Management.
Online, with the possibility that some electives may be available at the University Center facility in Grayslake.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
Completed application, essay, and current resume
Two completed recommendations
Official transcripts from all colleges attended
No GMAT or GRE required if cumulative GPA is above 3.0. Also waived if applicant has a graduate degree from an accredited institution or completes their first 5 SBNM courses with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Up to 4 courses (8 sh) from an accredited graduate program. Also, up to 2 core courses may be waived if taken at the undergraduate level with a grade of "B" or higher.
Graduate certificate programs will help you sharpen your skills and build knowledge in a specific area in a short, cost-effective way. They may be completed alone or in conjunction with a degree, and all certificate courses may be applied to any of SBNM's degree programs.