Advance Your Career With a Graduate Degree From Webster

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Gain the Knowledge and Skills You Need For a Successful People-Focused Career

Business leaders know that employees are integral to organizational success. Attract, motivate and retain a diverse workforce with a Master of Arts in Human Resources Management from 马会论坛, a leader in global education.

The MA in Human Resources Management focuses on the specific knowledge that you need for a successful career in HR. If you鈥檙e interested in a broad overview of business, explore our MBA program.

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With the MA in HR Management, you will learn how to apply analytic techniques and theories to solve problems in an evolving environment and implement strategies that support employees. Coursework in employment law, training and development, and staffing will build on your existing knowledge and experience and allow you to dive deeper into the topics most pertinent to you. We help you sharpen your skills and to prepare to think critically about how your organization supports a diverse workforce and how to develop innovative policies to improve employee performance and engagement.

Choose Webster for a Master's in Human Resources Management

Prepare to Manage Today's Workforce

Core coursework covers key topics, such as cultural diversity, employee motivation, equitable pay structures, performance assessments, talent acquisition and organizational downsizing. In addition, you can choose electives based on your professional interests and career goals.

Learn From Experts in the HR Field

Whether you attend class on campus or online, you鈥檒l receive personal mentorship from esteemed faculty members 鈥 many of whom are still employed in the field. Connect with other students from various HR backgrounds while building your professional network.

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Meet Our Faculty Members

鈥淥ur graduate program really gets people to think more critically about how to be a person-change agent in an organization.鈥

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Julie Palmer

Professor of Management, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology

Get SHRM Certification

We developed our MA in Human Resources Management to align with guidelines, so you鈥檙e prepared to lead in real-world scenarios. You鈥檒l learn through interactive lectures and case studies and be challenged to implement what you鈥檝e learned in your workplace. In fact, our program graduates consistently pass SHRM certification at a higher rate than the national average.

Earn an ACBSP-Accredited Degree


Our Walker School of Business & Technology is accredited by the   for the Master of Arts in Human Resources Management. ACBSP is dedicated to improving the quality of business schools and programs around the world, and ultimately, to improving the practice of business in every industry.

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Become an Expert in HR Management

What Can You Do with a Master鈥檚 in Human Resources Management?

Our program prepares you for leadership positions in human resources or a variety of other careers within business. You鈥檒l develop skills in communication, conflict resolution, critical thinking and teamwork that will give you a competitive edge in a variety of job settings. Our track record speaks for itself: 93% of Webster students who completed a master's degree in Human Resources Management found full-time employment post-graduation, according to Webster's 2019-202020 Student Outcomes Report.

Earn your Human Resources Management degree at Webster and pursue leadership positions, such as employee relations manager, human resources director, labor relations director and recruiting manager, among many others. are projected to grow 9% over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Your Webster degree will help you stand out in the job market and hit the ground running as you begin your career. If your plans include earning a doctoral degree, you鈥檒l find that your Webster education will prepare you to succeed in achieving an advanced degree.


Master鈥檚 in Human Resources Management Salary

Salary for human resources managers varies based on your industry and geographic location. However, in most areas, you can expect to earn an annual salary of over $125,000, according to the .

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