The success of the MHRM program resides in its unique elements.

Fisher intentionally limits program size to encourage collaboration, promote relationships between faculty and students, and allow for more personalized instruction. The classroom experience is intimate, interactive, and hands-on. Students work in teams on projects to mirror the real-world business environment.

MHRM core curriculum is offered exclusively in the evening to provide flexibility for working students. Elective courses can be taken in the evening or during the day. Applications are accepted for both spring and autumn terms.

Meet the Program Director

Professor Ray NoeProfessor Raymond Noe is the MHRM Program Director as well as the Robert and Anne Hoyt Designated Professor of Management & Human Resources.  He is an author of three texts in human resource management and has published extensively.  He has also consulted with several companies, including Strategic Interactive and General Motors Assurance Corporation, on training and development issues.

View Professor Noe's profile page.