The success of our graduate programs resides in their characteristics- intimate, interactive, hands-on, and flexible-qualities that mirror many successful businesses. Because we purposely keep our program sizes small, you always have access to faculty, staff, other students, alumni, and executives. Our strong teamwork focus encourages you to build relationships in and out of class including networking and mentoring opportunities.
You'll also have the flexibility to study what intrigues you on a schedule that fits your life. MHRM courses are offered primarily in the evening because many of our students work during the day. Other than summer quarter, applications are accepted for each term although, because of course sequencing and frequency, we encourage you to begin the program in autumn quarter.
Through the MHRM course work, you will develop the critical analytical and strategic skills necessary to work effectively in any business environment, whether it is a large corporation or a small nonprofit. You will gain practical experience both inside and outside of the classroom through projects with some of the industry’s top corporate leaders and organizations.
At Fisher, we limit the size of our incoming classes to ensure you will have one-on-one contact with faculty. Classes are taught by professors, and you are encouraged to engage them in active conversation both in and out of the classroom.
Because our faculty is accomplished both in the academic side of business and the practice of it, you will be experiencing the finest and most current thinking in management education today. Fisher faculty members are internationally recognized leaders in the study of the economic, social, political, and technological forces shaping global markets today.
Research and Business Parternship Centers
Fisher offers 10 Research and Business Partnership Centers which support teaching, research and provide a professional forum for exchange between faculty, students and the corporate community.