Master of Human Resource Management
Academics

MHRM Classroom

The success of the MHRM program resides in its unique elements, curriculum innovation, and real-world learning.

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

The MHRM core curriculum is offered exclusively in the evening to provide part-time flexibility for working professionals while remaining perfectly suited to full-time students right out of undergrad. Much like the core coursework, students can take elective classes in the evening, but we also have options during the day. Fisher even allows you to be flexible on when you start the program. Applications are accepted for both spring and autumn terms.

We've streamlined the MHRM experience

FASTER. BETTER. IT'S A WIN-WIN FOR YOU!

An ever-changing workplace demands dynamic leaders equipped to embrace disruption, champion strategic initiatives, and embody the principles that advance businesses, their missions, and their employees. Human capital has become the primary source for a sustainable competitive advantage for organizations across the globe. 

This landscape is at the heart of new program enhancements to a streamlined MHRM degree at Fisher College of Business. Full-time and part-time students navigate the best-in-class MHRM curriculum gaining the knowledge and in-demand skills required to lead any organization. Learn more about these exciting changes.

  • Refreshed curriculum to reflect changes in HR
  • Streamlined degree requirements to 39 credit hours
  • Now an 18 month, three-semester program (for full-time enrollees)

View the new full-time and part-time curriculum sheets


Meet the MHRM Academic Director

Professor Ray NoeProfessor Tyler (Ty) Shepfer is the MHRM Academic Director as well as a Senior Lecturer of Management and Human Resources. His corporate experience includes fieldwork in the energy industry for a top Global Fortune 500 Company with skills in Talent Management, Employee/Labor Relations, Project Management, Change Management, Organizational Development, Recruiting, Diversity and Inclusiveness, and much more. 

Learn more about Ty Shepfer

 

MHRM ADVISORY BOARD - Supportive. Innovative. Connected.

Alumni and friends of the Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) program at The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business serve as valuable sources of guidance for the direction and continuous evolution of the program. The MHRM Advisory Board is a subset of this larger group — individuals representing the diversity of the program. These distinguished professionals represent a variety of industries and geographic locations, and work tirelessly to shape the future of our program by striving to fulfill our shared vision. here. The MHRM Advisory board is one way that Fisher ensures we continue to offer a program that delivers an unparalleled, intimate, tailored and holistic approach to developing tomorrow’s human resource leaders.

Meet the MHRM Advisory Board Members

Build Leadership AssessmentLeadership Development at Fisher:

Building strong leadership skills and a competitive edge begins on day one and continues through the MHRM program. Explore Fisher's leadership development programs, including our BUILD Leadership Assessment. We continually develop your leadership legacy.

 

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