The graduate programs at ICCI offer courses leading to a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management to qualified students already possessing an undergraduate degree. The Master of Science in Human Resources Management degree is designed to provide opportunities to develop management and leadership skills of academically and experientially qualified individuals. The program outcomes are listed below.
The student will be given the opportunity to:
- Compare and contrast effective management principles in public and private organizational settings.
- Compare and contrast key historical concepts and practices of management with current concepts and practices of management.
- Describe professional skills used in human resources management.
- Apply abilities and skills to perform analysis of job performance.
- Apply abilities and skills to real world human resources management tasks.
- Use empirical data for the purpose of developing a thesis-driven paper which demonstrates critical and creative thinking based on relevant evidence and analytical reasoning.
|Class Code||Subject Area||Credits|
|Area I: Human Resources Requirements|
|GR 500||Scope of Business Environments||(5)|
|GR 502||Economics of Human Resources||(5)|
|GR 503||Multicultural Management||(5)|
|GR 504||Management Consulting Facts, Theories, and Issues||(5)|
|GR 506||Human Resources Management||(5)|
|GR 507||Management Communications||(5)|
|GR 508||Strategic Management||(5)|
|GR 510||Organizational Behavior and Development||(5)|
|GR 513||Psychology of Human Resources Management||(5)|
|GR 515||Research Methodology||(5)|
|GR 534||Business Informatics in a Global Society||(5)|
|Total Human Resources Concentration Requirements||(55)|
|Area II: Capstone|
|GR 590A||Graduate Capstone Project I||(2)|
|GR 590B||Graduate Capstone Project II||(3)|
|Total Credits Required for Graduation||(60)|