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This Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program with a specialization in Human Resource Management is designed to provide interdisciplinary perspectives and practical applications in HR, integrating theory, practice and team-oriented learning. Coursework is structured to assist students in the development of their goals as they acquire a comprehensive core of business knowledge in addition to specialized knowledge and skills common to HR professionals.


Attracting the most qualified employees and matching them to the jobs is important for the success of any organization. Legal and ethical principles regarding recruitment, selection and planning processes are playing an increasingly significant role in the HR departments of all industries.

The goal of the MBA with a specialization in Human Resource Management is to provide an education that reflects modern employment issues, current trends and policies that affect personnel decisions in the modern corporate environment. Students will explore the interaction between strategy and human resources from a general managerial perspective.


The AACTD MBA with a specialization in Human Resource Management gives students an opportunity to examine the integration of human resources policies and practices within organization goals. In this program, students can learn how to:

  • Adapt and innovate to solve problems.
  • Develop plans to improve business operations.
  • Discuss the opportunities provided by technology for businesses.
  • Recognize and manage potential ethical and legal conflicts.
  • Communicate effectively in business situations.
  • Analyze problems in human resource management and develop solutions for these issues.
  • Formulate a human resource strategy for a given situation.
  • Develop human resource policies in accordance with federal laws and regulations.
  • Discuss the rights and obligations of employees, managers, and employers.
  • and many more business-related skills.


In addition to core coursework that examines the planning, implementation, management and evaluation of corporate resources, products and assets, this MBA with a specialization in Human Resource Management includes courses taught by instructors who have relevant career experience in HR management. The experiences and firsthand perspectives they share in class can help prepare you for real-life challenges after you graduate.


  • Global Financial Management
  • Business Research for Decision Making
  • A Managerial Approach to Marketing
  • Strategic Management


  • Leadership and Ethics for Managers
  • Human Resource Strategy
  • Employment Law
  • International Management and Leadership


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