Master of Business Administration: HR Management

Master of Business Administration: HR Management

HR Management Concentration in Rowan's MBA

Why an MBA Concentration in Human Resources (HR) Management?

An MBA Concentration in HR Management is an ideal option for those who want a career that builds on their interpersonal skills, communication skills, and emotional intelligence.

Explore talent management concepts such as hiring, recruiting, training, and managing staff to ensure that a business’s most important assets (its employees) are well prepared and encouraged to thrive in their everyday work environment.

Career roles this Concentration prepares students to excel in include:

  • recruitment and employee screening;
  • performance management;
  • employee relations;
  • enforcement of disciplinary actions;
  • compensation negotiation;
  • management of employee records;
  • continued education coordinator;
  • and much more.

HR Management is in demand across an unlimited number of industries. Long-term career goals for human resource managers include:

  • SHRM certification;
  • HRCI certification;
  • succession planning;
  • HR data and analytics;
  • HR information systems; and
  • introducing and/or maintaining company culture.

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Our MBA, MS Finance, Certificate students and alumni bring a wide range of industry experience and varied career goals to the Rohrer College of Business (RCB). To learn more about some of our brightest RCB students and alumni, check out these select stories to get a sense of who might be your new contacts if you join us as a student or the type of talent you might hire if you’re looking to grow your team.