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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 
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  • New technology systems
  • Mergers and acquisitions
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  • Performance management

Some of the career opportunities available to MSHR graduates include compensation consultant, benefits consultant, traine​r, 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, please contact: BIBF@depaul.edu​