Taught by leading practitioner-scholars in the HR industry with extensive professional experience in their respective fields, the MS in Human Resource Management and Development program from New York University explores the principles of management and organizational behavior, introduces you to data-driven metrics and managerial decision making, and delves into business strategy and ethics to provide you with a significant competitive advantage to succeed in the fast-changing world of business.
All students take a set of core courses, which provide a solid foundation of business knowledge and skills. This core knowledge is complemented with an area of concentration that is selected based upon personal interests and professional goals. The concentration options are: Human Resource Management; Organizational Effectiveness; Global Talent Management; and Learning, Development, and Executive Coaching. Students also have the ability to take at least one elective course as part of the program. Finally, a required capstone experience allows students to synthesize the knowledge which they have acquired either through an extensive business simulation conducted in the special project course or by completing a thesis.
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