Students can complete the program in two or three years of study, with courses typically meeting one evening per week.
Master of Human Resources Curriculum
An applied business program rooted in the liberal arts
The 40-hour, cohort-based Master of Human Resources program is designed for both experienced HR professionals—including trainers, recruiters, consultants, and analysts—as well as early career HR professionals. Cohorts move through the program in lockstep, meaning everyone on the full-time track takes the same courses during the semester.
Bottom line: At Rollins, you’ll develop the strategies for establishing relationships, analyzing problems, recommending solutions, and evaluating effectiveness that will uniquely prepare you for post-graduation success.
In addition to the six required core courses, students select four electives focused on a variety of human resources areas, including performance management, learning and development, and succession planning.
- Core Courses
MHR 500: Strategic Human Resources Management
MHR 510: Organizational Change and Development
MHR 515: Recruitment, Selection, and Retention
MHR 533: Employment and Labor Law
MHR 538: HR Leadership
MHR 540: Management Consulting
MHR 501: International Human Resources Management
MHR 505: Training and Development
MHR 522: Organizational Behavior
MHR 532: Succession Management
MHR 542: Team Building
MHR 543: Employee Relations
MHR 544: Conflict Management
MHR 545: Troubled Employees
MHR 557: Compensation Management
MHR 559: Performance Management
MHR 590: Special Topic Course
MHR 591: SHRM National Conference
MHR 610: Managing the HR Department
MHR 625: Emerging Issues in Human Resources Management
MHR 670: Independent Research
MHR 673: Independent Project
MHR 675: Internship
MHR 677: Thesis
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Learn by Doing
As part of the elective requirements, MHR students have the opportunity to attend the SHRM National Conference, join a student SHRM organization, pursue internships, and conduct independent research.