Master of Human Resource Management
The Fisher MHRM Difference

Sure, I’ve learned important theories, methods, and skills in the classroom, but those things hold no value without real-world application. The Fisher MHRM program has provided me with an opportunity to practice what I’ve learned in the classroom, and to improve soft skills like leadership, public speaking, and persuasive communication.

Marlina Frederick
Fisher MHRM Class of 2016

  • Academics

    A business-focused approach to the art and science of developing people

    • The evening program that works for you - complete the degree on a full-time or part-time basis

    • A program that ties theory to practice - one of the few HR graduate programs taught within the college of business

    • A degree that has professional accreditation - the MHRM curriculum meets the academic guidelines for certification by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
  • Your Career

    A focus on employment success

    • A track record of successful career outcomes - More than 90% of domestic graduates are hired within 3 months of earning the MHRM degree

    • An individualized approach - You have a dedicated career consultant to assist you with every stage of the job recruiting process

    • A diverse range of career possibilities - MHRM graduates have accepted jobs in areas including Leadership Development, Recruiting and Staffing, and Organizational Development