Letter from the Director

This is a tremendously exciting time to be in the human resources profession!

Today’s HR manager works at the forefront of organizations – counseling senior management on matters that ultimately influence organizational change and development strategy.

Companies realize how essential it is to partner trained Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) professionals with management. As a result, the MHRM degree is quickly becoming a requirement for success as an HR professional. While the generation of “baby boomers” matures, a significant number of HR professionals are also retiring, opening doors and opportunities for those entering the field. The demand for HR professionals has never been stronger.

Fisher’s MHRM program provides the fundamental building blocks needed not only to be successful but to meet the challenges that arise as a partner to management. Through your extensive 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, you will become an effective leader and change agent for your future organization, collaborating with a diverse group of professionals and renowned faculty experts. Our business program is also geared toward working adults, giving you have the option of being a full-time or part-time student.

Fisher College of Business is ranked among the top business schools in the nation in survey conducted by U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Academy of Management Journal. Each year, Fisher MHRM students are actively sought after by many of the nation’s most prominent companies to fill internships and full-time career positions.

Embark upon the Fisher experience for yourself! As a result of your hard work in our MHRM program, you will become well prepared to have a very meaningful and rewarding career as an HR professional.

Raymond Noe
MHRM Program Director
Robert and Anne Hoyt Designated Professorship

Management and Human Resources

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