College of Business > About > BIBF > Master of Science in Human Resources (MSHR)

Master of Science in Human Resources (MSHR)

Learn to shape the workplace of the future

Managing the modern organizational workforce is critical to a company's success. DePaul University’s master's degree in Human Resources is a 12-course program that will help you develop skills and knowledge to manage core HR functions, and help organizations and their workforces strategically meet workplace challenges and opportunities, including:

  • Employee recruitment and retention
  • Restructurings
  • Economic globalization 
  • New technology systems
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Performance management

Some of the career opportunities available to MSHR graduates include compensation consultant, benefits consultant, trainer, HR analyst, recruiter, labor relations professional and HR director. 

Course Type Credit Hours Course
Core 4 Managing for Effective and Ethical Organzational Behavior
Core 4 Recruitment and Selection
Core 4 Training and Career Development
Core 4 Compensation and Benefits
Core 4 Life and Career Coaching
Core 4 Strategic Management of Human Resources
Core 4 Leadership in Organizations
Core 4 Negotiation Skills
4 Electives 4 x 4 Four elective courses

Total Program Hours Required: 48

Application form

Essay that explains your interest in the program and your professional goals

C.V. that summarizes your work experience and educational background

Copy of official transcripts from all degree-granting institutions you have attended

English proficiency test (TOEFL or IELTS) for students who completed the BA/BS in a language other than English

Copy of passport and CPR (for Bahraini citizens)

For questions or more information, email

Apply Now