College of Business > Academics > Department of Management & Entrepreneurship > Graduate Programs > Human Resources (MS)
Managing the modern organizational workforce is critical to companies’ success. DePaul’s master’s degree in Human Resources will help you develop skills and knowledge to manage all core HR functions.
You’ll become an expert in a variety of core HR functions, including
Chicago is home to approximately 35 Fortune 500 companies and hundreds of national and local companies, startups and nonprofits. The wide range of businesses located in Chicago, including Aon, McDonald’s, Walgreens, Motorola and United Airlines, offer numerous opportunities for human resources professionals seeking management roles.
Submit an online application, essay, résumé and official transcripts.
You’ll complete a total of 12 courses.
DePaul was ranked among the country's top MS in Human Resources programs in North America in Eduniversal's global business dean survey (2018)
of 2017 business master's degree graduates were in jobs related to their field
Associate Professor Daniel Koys teaches human resource management, compensation and benefits, career management skills, and principles of management. He incorporates experiential learning into these courses with the goal that all of his students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and provide real-world solutions.
"The main reason I chose the DePaul MSHR was the ability to simultaneously apply what I’m learning in the classroom to a real-world project that helped the community. Another large factor was the professors. Most have backgrounds in industrial psychology, which was extremely important to me."
Leverage DePaul's wide-ranging network of alumni and HR business leaders. You'll join the network of more than 65,000 DePaul business alumni. In addition, you'll be connected to the more than 180,000 DePaul University alumni across colleges, of which 116,000 are right here in the Chicago area.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Kellstadt awarded more than $3 million to incoming students last year. Learn more about scholarship opportunities available to you.
For more information about applying, contact the Kellstadt office at
(312) 362-8810 or
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