Mays Business School’s MS-HRM Program is a 37-credit hour, non-thesis graduate program delivered during 16 months. The curriculum covers a broad range of human resource management topics to ensure students develop a deep understanding of the field. Mays’ Center for Human Resource Management teams with our corporate partners to design a relevant curriculum, preparing students for the current job market.


  • HR Analytics
  • Organizational Change and Development
  • Employment Regulation
  • Talent Management


  • Compensation Management
  • Labor Relations
  • Financial Analyst Modeling in HR
  • Behavior in Organizations


  • Professional Internship


  • Organizational Staffing
  • Contemporary HR Issues (Capstone Course)
  • Global HR Management
  • Business and Corporate Strategy

Pre-Required Courses 

A general background in business courses is necessary to complete the MS-HRM program. Students lacking any of these courses can take them prior to or during the program.

  • Survey of Accounting Principles or Introductory Accounting
  • Survey of Marketing


Students may take an elective, if necessary, depending on previous undergraduate coursework. Suggested electives include:

  • International Business Policy
  • Negotiating in a Competitive Environment
  • Managing Projects