The Human Resources: Law, Leadership, and Policy program, is aimed at equipping the current and future generation of leaders with the skills and knowledge needed to take their career in human resources to the next level.
The Master’s degree requires 30 credits, and the Certificate program 9 credits. To earn a concentration at least 18 credits must be completed from courses within the concentration. The Master’s requires a Thesis course and the Introduction to Law and Legal Methods. That leaves room for either completing additional courses within the concentration or taking some electives. The programs are built for flexibility.
HR courses include:
Human Capital Analytics and Workforce Planning
Labor Law and Human Resources: An Introduction to Labor-Management Relations
Workplace Ethics and Compliance
Wages, Hours, and Benefits
Global Human Resources and the Law
Title IX from an HR Perspective
Strategic and Financial Planning and Assessment
Workforce Recruitment, Retention and Development: Law and Practice
Workforce Privacy Rights and Laws
Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce