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Congratulations to Michael Shreves on receiving the WCU Graduate School Tuition Award for 2015-2016 academic year.
Jeremiah has been accepted into a PhD program in Leadership Studies at North Carolina A&T and will begin part-time in Fall 2014. He has also passed the SPHR exam and will be teaching an undergraduate HR class at UNC-Charlotte Fall 2014. Congratulations!
Sherlock to Give Keynote Presentation at Booksellers Retreat
Human Resources Students Serve as Consultants to Businesses, Organizations
CEAP Alumni Causby Appointed Associate Vice Chancellor
Human resources graduate students help nonprofit organizations and small businesses
|Dr. John Sherlock, program director, gives an overview of the MSHR program.|
M.S. Degree Program in Human Resources Mission Statement:
The mission of Western Carolina University’s MSHR program is to prepare strategic HR leaders for the profession. We do this by developing our courses based on the most current curriculum guidelines of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and through innovative teaching which emphasizes using evidence-based practices, approaching HR from a global perspective, and application of learning through community service.
By completing only twelve fully online courses (36 credit hours), you can earn your Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Human Resources (also known as MSHR) from Western Carolina University, which is a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) accredited and rapidly growing university.
WCU's online master’s degree program in human resources is designed to meet the needs of graduate students like you—busy adult learners who are preparing to work in a variety of human resources-related jobs.
Program application deadlines are April 1 and November 1 and admission to the program involves a few simple steps.
To learn more about the online master's degree program in human resources, meet our faculty, review the curriculum, contact us with your questions and comments or fill out the graduate prospect form. We look forward to hearing from you. Hear from some of our graduates who have gone on to become outstanding human resource professionals.
|Dr. Yogita Abichandani, Assistant Professor|
The MSHR program at Western Carolina University has been listed as a "best buy" from the distance education information clearinghouse GetEducated.com. It is ranked number 3 out of 40 online human resources programs nationwide. You may see the story located at http://news-prod.wcu.edu/2012/10/online-programs-listed-as-best-buys/