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Walden’s human resources degree program can help you gain the strategic, organizational, management, and analytical skills that today’s employers are seeking. With three optional specializations, students can deepen their knowledge in the area of human resources to meet their individual career goals.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) acknowledges that Walden’s MS in Human Resource Management fully aligns with the SHRM’s 2014 edition of HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates, which helps define HR education standards and help business schools develop degree programs that follow these standards. Walden’s human resource master’s program provides practical experiences to help prepare you to develop the skills needed to become a functional specialist or a strategic HR leader supporting small and large organizations.
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Brooke Rivard, MS in Human Resource Management student, chose Walden’s program because it aligns with SHRM standards.
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