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Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations

Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations

Michigan State University

Michigan State University, East Lansing, United States
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The Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations is the school’s signature graduate degree, offered on a full-time basis in East Lansing, Michigan. With a diverse and highly qualified student body, the master’s program is universally regarded as one of the premier professional programs of its kind in the world. Preparing future leaders for professional careers, students receive a comprehensive, contemporary foundation in human resources and labor relations, gain a broad global perspective, and learn to apply best practices, lead organizational change, and act strategically as business leaders. The curriculum offers a wide range of courses across required core knowledge areas including: human resource management, labor-management relations, organizational change, business acumen, international human resources and employment relations, workplace law, economics of human resources, and quantitative methods for human resource analyses. The program is available under both Plan A (with thesis) and Plan B (without thesis). The student must complete 36 credits with a grade–point average of at least 3.00.
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