The world thrives on business. And business depends on people. Connect and elevate both, through human resource at NGU.
Personal and Professional Impact Begins Here
What do you think changing the world looks like? Solving complex personnel challenges for international corporations? Working one-on-one with individual employees to meet their needs and maximize their value? Simply put, your career in HR is not one-size-fits-all. Your graduate degree shouldn’t be, either.
Workforce planning and employment. Hiring and retention. Employee and labor relations. Even international HR strategies. Examine every aspect of human resources and build a firm foundation to pass the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exams. That’s your future in HR. Elevated, with a Masters of Human Resource Management, at NGU.
A Comprehensive Approach to Human Resources
You must have already completed a statistics and accounting course during your undergraduate work and earned a letter grade of B or higher in order to continue through the MBA-Human Resources program at NGU.
Issues in Professional Ethics
Human Resources Management
The Marketing Process
Research Methods in Business
Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Human Resources Selection and Placement
Human Resources Compensation and Development
International Human Resources
Strategic Issues in Human Resources
Stories that Started Here
Jon Scott ’12
Even after graduation, my professors have continued to be great advisors and offer me sound advice.