A master’s degree in human resources can help you advance your career and increase your earning power.
Human Resources Careers
Increase your earning power while gaining a deep understanding of complex human relationships
As a human resources professional, you’ll play a critical role in the success of any business and the well-being of its employees. Whether you’re looking to advance in your organization or to start your own company, high-level career options are available in the following fields: talent management, risk and compliance, training and development, employment and labor law, strategic employee communications, employee wellness, and career and life planning.
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“I chose the Rollins MHR program to broaden my depth of knowledge in the HR and people strategy fields, but I left the program with much more. The MHR cohort included a diverse group of professionals from various industries, levels, and backgrounds that created a culture of innovation and creativity. The balance between the professors and the cohort provided me with an education and experience I still leverage today.”
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Where Our Grads Go
Get a glimpse at your bright future by exploring the careers of these Master of Human Resources graduates.
Mike Boyle ’10MHR
Director of Human Resources
Stephanie Collins ’13MHR
Vice President of Human Resources
Keri Gasiorowski ’07MHR
Chief Human Resources Officer
Alecia Harvey ’09MHR
Human Resources Generalist
Adacel Systems, Inc.
Romil Pujani ’20MHR
Human Resources Business Partner
Karla Muniz ’08MHR
Executive Director of Workforce Integration