Lindenwood

LCIE Catalog 2014-2015


Human Resource Management, MS

48 credit hours

The MS in human resource management (HRM) provides a forum for applied and experiential learning for students with career ambitions within the fields of Human Resources Management and Organizational Development. The program encourages the development of business partners with a working understanding of basic business skills in such critically important areas as accounting, finance, and information systems. It further develops their HRM experience with an emphasis on organizational assessment, problem identification and resolution, HR planning and the application of tested and proven HR solutions to the tactical and strategic needs of the business.

Curriculum

Graduate Management Cluster

IBA 54000Management and Administrative Theory

3

IBA 54100Organizational Behavior

3

IBA 54300Personnel Management and Labor Relations

3

Graduate Marketing/Finance Cluster

IHR 56100Essentials of Marketing

3

IHR 56200Survey of Accounting

3

IHR 56300Introduction to Finance

3

Graduate Organizational Assessment Cluster

IHR 57700Organizational Assessment

3

IHR 57900Training Design, Evaluation and Facilitation

3

IHR 58000Contemporary Issues

3

Graduate HR Strategies Cluster

IHR 58070Employee Selection and Retention

3

IHR 58075Employee Benefits and Compensation

3

IHR 58080Employment Law for the Human Resource Professional

3

Graduate Information Systems and Methods Cluster

IBA 50100Economic Issues

3

IBA 50300Business Driven Information Systems

3

IBA 50500Quantitative Methods

3

Students must also complete:

IHR 60100Human Resource Management Capstone

3

In addition to the five required clusters, students may also select an elective cluster to further enhance their degree program:

Graduate Management Issues Elective Cluster

IHR 53400Gender Issues in Management

3

IHR 53600Implementing and Managing Diversity

3

IHR 56000Adult Learning Processes

3