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HR Program Directory
A comprehensive directory of bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in Human Resources.

    
 

This directory includes HR- and HR-related degree programs that align with SHRM’s recommended guidelines for HR education and the undergraduate and graduate level. Each degree program teaches each of the HR content areas specified in the guidelines as required and integrated content areas. Many also include HR content topics identified in the guidelines as secondary. The guidelines reflect common agreement among faculty who teach HR, students who study HR and practitioners who hire recent HR degree program graduates regarding the minimum standards that constitute a broad and deep HR education. The guidelines are revalidated every three years. For more information, or to submit documentation to have a degree program analyzed for alignment with SHRM’s curriculum guidelines, contact us at assessment@shrm.org.

 

HR Program Directory

Bachelor's Degree Programs - This directory features Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Other bachelor’s degrees in HR and bachelor’s degree programs at universities outside the United States. Each listing includes the name of the university, the degree program name, the location of the university, and identifies the program as traditional or online/blended. Traditional programs typically hold classes on campus, while online/blended hold classes either entirely online or some online and some on campus. To access the universities web site for the degree program listed, click on the name of the degree program.

Master's Degree Programs - This directory features Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MS), Master of Business Administration (MBA), other master’s degrees in HR and master’s degree programs at universities outside the United States. Each listing includes the name of the university, the degree program name, the location of the university, and identifies the program as traditional or online/blended. Traditional programs typically hold classes on campus, while online/blended hold classes either entirely online or some online and some on campus. To access the universities web site for the degree program listed, click on the name of the degree program.

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