We look forward to getting to know you as you evaluate whether Fisher’s MHRM program can help you achieve your personal and professional goals.  We offer a variety of ways for you to learn more about Fisher and we invite you to select the option that best accommodates your schedule.

  • Online

    Since it is not always possible to visit campus in-person, we offer ongoing webinar information sessions for our out-of-town and international candidates.

    MHRM Admissions & Program Overview Webinars (All times ET):

    The Fisher Graduate Programs Office will host a live online webinar for anyone interested in a Master of Human Resource Management degree (MHRM). The webinar will include an overview of the MHRM program, the admissions process, tips for applying and Q&A with a member of the admissions team.

       

      Can't attend a webinar? Connect with Rebecca Zurek on our MHRM admissions and recruitment team.  We can schedule a one-on-one call to answer your questions.


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    • Info Sessions

      Fisher’s Graduate Programs Office hosts periodic information sessions about the Master of Human Resource Management program. 

      These sessions provide you an opportunity to learn more about how a graduate degree in accounting from Fisher will help you accelerate your career. During the presentation, you can ask any questions you may have, in addition to learning from other prospective applicants’ questions. To find out more and/or if you have any problems registering for the information session, please call 614-292-8511.

      GMAT Info Sessions - Featuring Eric Chambers, Director of Market Development for the Graduate Admissions Council (“GMAC”)

      Informational session regarding the GMAT examination and how it pertains to graduate school/applications. Featuring Eric Chambers of GMAC. All are welcome to attend (space is limited).

       

      Upcoming MHRM Info Sessions:

      Additional MHRM information sessions will be listed here soon.  In the meantime feel free to connect with Rebecca Zurek on our MHRM admissions and recruitment team.  We can schedule a one-on-one call to answer your questions.

    • Visit Campus

      Individual Campus Visit

      Whether you are in the beginning stages of your program search or you have already decided that Fisher’s SMF program is the right fit for you, we encourage you to visit our campus and connect with us. Each visit is personalized and organized by our Student Ambassadors. For planning purposes, we request that you schedule a campus visit two weeks in advance to ensure that someone will be available to meet with you. However, we understand that at times your plans may bring you to Columbus with little advance notice, so we do try to accommodate walk-ins.

      Applicants will have the opportunity to:

      • Meet with members of the MHRM Admissions Committee, faculty, and current students
      • Sit in one of our classes
      • Tour of Fisher's campus

       

      If you have started or submitted an application, you will also get the chance to sit in on a class, tour the Fisher campus, meet one-on-one with a faculty member, enjoy an informal lunch with our current MHRM students, and discuss last-minute questions with a member of the MHRM Admissions Committee. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Rebecca Zurek on our MHRM admissions and recruitment team.

    FISHER IN CHINA

    Date: NOVEMBER 27 - December 8

    Fisher will be conducting invitation-only interviews in China. Contact Dan Kieffer if you are interested in scheduling a time for an in-person interview in China.

    • Shanghai – November 27 to December 1
    • Guangzhou – December 1-4
    • Beijing – December 4-8
    Contact Us

    Whether you are in the beginning stages of your program search or you have already decided that one of Fisher's graduate programs is the right fit for you, we encourage you to connect with us.  

    Request More Information

    We invite you to meet with a graduate Student Ambassador, visit a class, and take a tour of Fisher to gather additional information about our program.