Human Resources, MS

Our curriculum fully aligns with the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. Our foundational courses are based on organizational concepts and theories & human resource practices. This program is designed to be completed right from your computer.

Program Specific Admissions Requirements

The online Master of Science in Human Resources requires:

  • Online Application
  • Transfer of Credit Policy Form
  • Professional Resume
  • Statement of Intent
  • Three Letters of Reference - at least one reference must be from a supervisor or other professional reference

For general application requirements, click here.

Curriculum

The online Master of Science in Human Resources is designed to help you change and improve organizations from the human performance perspective. The excellence of our faculty and curriculum is confirmed by the mission of The University of Scranton.

A rigorous program of study in the scholarly Jesuit tradition and aligned with the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) HR Curriculum Guidebook, the curriculum addresses practical issues in the contemporary workplace. This includes staffing as a strategic component of organizational development, learning in the context of the workplace, and cultural diversity.

For additional information regarding the curriculm vist our Graduate Catalog.

    Why Choose Scranton?

    MS in Human Resources

    Our program covers a variety of HR dynamics. We are SHRM aligned!

    Nationally Ranked

    Forbes named The University of Scranton as one of the America's Best Value Colleges & as a Top College in the Northeast.

    Jesuit Education

    As one of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, we are commited to developing the whole person.

    Beyond the Classroom

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    Careers

    Human Resource leaders have rewarding careers with the common goal of connecting management with its employees.

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    Student Blogs

    Hear what our students have to say about their experience, from outcomes to skills learned and why they chose Scranton.

    Human Resource Information

    SHRM Aligned

    Our program is aligned with Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates

    Expert Faculty

    Our faculty are continuously publishing their research, which keeps them current in their knowledge

    Graduate Program Director

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    Ken Zula, Ph.D.

    Graduate Program Director

    Education

    M.S., Misericordia University Ph.D., Penn State University

    Contact

    (570) 941-4333

    Resources

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