The Human Resources track of the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program will prepare professionals to develop and implement HR planning, recruiting, training, compensation, benefits, performance management and disciplinary systems in a legal and ethical fashion. The track will academically prepare students to pass the Professional and Senior Professional in Human Resources (PHR & SPHR) exams. The MSOL Human Resources track is aligned with the Society for Human Resource Management's HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates.
The MSOL is a 36-hour program, requiring a student to complete 12 graduate courses. Full-time students can complete the program in four semesters. All MSOL classes are taught in the evening. The program can be adapted for students who wish to attend part-time and complete the program within 18-24 months.
You can view the MSOL degree sheet here.
Beyond the general graduate program requirements, the MSOL degree program also has the following additional requirements:
The basic undergraduate core classes and the MSOL degree requirements are located in the academic catalog.
This degree is subjected to the following requirements and conditions:
For the HR track, career options include, but are not limited to: HR manager, Recruiter, Interviewer, Benefits Specialist, Trainer, Compensation, Employee Development, Diversity management, EEO compliance, OSHA compliance, Industrial Relations specialist/manager, career development, Selection specialist/manager, Job Analysis specialist, Work/Life managers and much more.
Position: Associate Professor
Endowed Title: Frank Brown Distinguished Chair in Servant Leadership
Office: Schuster Center 122
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The Turner College of Business and Computer Science is professionally accredited through The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As an accredited member of the AACSB international, our college offers programs that achieve their distinction for high quality through an interdisciplinary curriculum providing students with a broad understanding of business and its role in society.
For additional information about the program and admission at CSU, contact:
Sonya Boadu, Director of Student Services & Coordinator of Graduate Programs: (706) 507-8079 or email@example.com
Bethany Yandell, Recruitment Coordinator: (706) 507-8186 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Neal Thomson, Director of MSOL program: (706) 507-8156 or email@example.com