Individuals who do not have a undergraduate business degree will need to complete 3 foundation acumen courses. The content of these courses is considered an integral part of the MHR curriculum. These 3 courses can completed as part of an intense summer foundation acumen program.
ACCT 6010: Financial and Managerial Accounting (3)
FIN 3400: Corporate Finance Essentials (3)
MGT 3500: Marketing (3)
The MHR on-campus program is completed in 4 semesters fall, spring, summer and fall. The program consist of 36 credits (which includes a summer internship course worth 3 credits).
As part of the MHR program's curriculum students complete a summer internship. The MHR program maintains a strong relationship with numerous corporations with forward-thinking, strategic HR practices. These companies provide opportunities for our students to work on real projects, complete meaningful internships, and learn from the industry’s best.
Understanding HR practices in a global context is a key component of the MHR program. Students participating in the on-campus program are required to participate in an organized international trip during spring break.
Countries Visited: Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Xian
Companies Visited: Korn Ferry International, Hong Kong Institute of HR Management, Honeywell, Human Capital Group, Autoliv, Beijing Institute of Technology, Emerson, Jabil, FedEx, Eaton, Institute of Advanced Learning
Trip Leaders: Dr. Steve Hanks and Julie Pond
Countries Visited: London, England and Hannover, Germany
Companies Visited: Deloitte, Rio Tinto, Honeywell, Sennheiser, GMH and Continental
Trip Leaders: Alan Warnick and Lynne Pettit