MBA Dual Concentration: BS Mgmt. & HR
Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources is designed to equip students with the business, finance, and management training needed for leadership roles within various business organizations. Learn more about the Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program here.
Official Program Name:
Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources
School Offering Program:
Applicants to the Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program may have taken undergraduate coursework related to business, accounting, or management. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 in all undergraduate coursework, a GMAT score of 500 or higher, or GRE scores of 450 on Verbal and 450 on Quantitative Reasoning before enrolling in the program. Though requirements may vary, applicants should have earned a bachelor's degree.
The Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program at Herzing University is designed to offer students an introduction to organizational structure and behavior, change management, operations management, project management, information technology management, and strategic planning. Additional topics examined may include financial and managerial accounting, economic analysis, finance, financial statement analysis, capital budgeting, capital management, time value of money, and risk analysis. Business management coursework could include marketing management, performance management, and international business. Human resources coursework could include human resources management, training and development, compensation and benefits, and business and labor laws.
48 semester credit hours
Financial Aid Available:
Herzing students could be eligible for a variety of federal and institutional financial assistance programs. Aid opportunities include employer tuition reimbursement programs, veteran benefits, federal grants and loans, federal work study, and Herzing University scholarships. The university can assist students in developing a financial plan for their education.
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Topics of Study for a Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources:
Herzing University frequently updates its course requirements in order to keep its programs consistent with employer needs and changing industries. Topics of study may include:
- Managerial accounting
- Organizational behavior
- Human resources management
- Training and development
- International business
- Business law
The Master of Business Administration with a Dual Concentration in Business Management and Human Resources program is intended to help students prepare to seek employment opportunities in small businesses, corporations, or non-profit organizations. Depending upon their professional background, graduates of the program may be able to pursue positions such as:
- Human resources manager
- Operations manager
- Project manager
Herzing University does not guarantee salary or employment.
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