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Master of Business Administration - Strategic Human Resource Management (Online)

The Master of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Strategic Human Resource Management,offered by the Ken Blanchard College of Business,covers the Society for Human Resource Management's critical competencies. By aligning this program to the human resource competencies identified by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM),students will be well-prepared for careers as senior human resources specialists or as general managers with strong strategic HR acumen.

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