BSBA/MHRM Program

The BSBA/MHRM combined program is an opportunity for current Fisher undergraduate human resources students to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees within five years. As a BSBA/MHRM student, you'll find access to career opportunities and a higher average starting salary post-graduation than traditional undergraduate students. Even if you don't qualify for the BSBA/MHRM, you can still follow the traditional Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) graduate program roadmap.

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Am I eligible for the BSBA/MHRM program?

If you are an undergraduate HR major at Fisher with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, you may have the credits needed to combine the MHRM degree with your undergraduate degree and earn both degrees concurrently.

  • Interested students should speak with Fisher's Graduate Programs Office no later than the end of sophomore year at Ohio State.
  • Applicants for the BSBA/MHRM combined program are limited to current undergraduate human resource majors in Fisher College of Business.
  • Eligible students must submit application materials during the junior year of their undergraduate degree program.

Watch the BSBA/MHRM Webinar

 

Join us for an upcoming live webinar

In just 45-minutes, learn more about how you can start earning your Master's degree concurrently with your undergraduate degree as an Accounting or HR major at Fisher. The event will discuss how you can earn your Master of Accounting or Master of Human Resource Management degree at Ohio state through the BSBA/MAcc and BSBA/MHRM programs at Ohio State's Fisher College of Business.

  • Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. ET (online) | Register

 

How to I apply to the BSBA/MHRM program

You must submit your application and application materials early during your junior (third) year of your undergraduate degree program.

For more information about the combined BSBA/MHRM degree program, contact the Graduate Programs Office no later than the end of your sophomore year at Ohio State.