Purdue University’s Online Masters in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program is designed for working professionals seeking to advance their careers by developing HR knowledge with an analytics edge. The courses are delivered by the same faculty members that instruct our top-ranked in-residence MS Human Resource Management program and students can complete the degree in a flexible format in pacing and sequencing. The program ensures that students develop skills to work in cross-disciplinary teams and across functional boundaries. Students will be prepared to pursue a variety of career paths including HR, Organizational Effectiveness, Organizational Design, Change Management, and other HR fields upon completion of the program.
Krannert Online MS Human Resource Management Highlights
100% Online Program
Krannert’s Online MS Human Resource Management (Online MSHRM) program is a flexible 100% online program that fits your life-style. You can earn the Master’s degree at a prestigious University without having to sacrifice your career and family life.
The program requires a total of 30 credit hours, and you can take the courses at your own pace at anytime and anywhere.
Based off of Krannert’s Highly-ranked MSHRM program
Online MSHRM program courses are developed and taught by the same esteemed faculty from Krannert’s top-ranked in-residence MSHRM program.
**Krannert’s In-residence MSHRM program ranking:
#1 MS Human Resource Management in North America - Best-Masters.com
#6 MS in Human Resources - College Choice
Strong Core HR Courses with additional MBA course offerings
Krannert’s Online MSHRM program consists of 10 core credits, at least 6 selective credits in areas strongly aligned with human resource management, and 14 free electives.
In addition to the HRM course offerings, students have great flexibility in that free electives to be taken from any of our online master’s programs including MBA, Business Analytics, Economics, and HR.
Career Support Services
Students have an access to the career support services provided by the Krannert Professional Development center.
Duration: 3 semesters (or more)
Class Start Date: January
Total Credit Hours: 30