Are you someone who understands the power and potential people bring to organizations? Do you have a desire to harness that potential to effect change and impact the bottom line while advancing your own career? Look no further than Champlain College Online’s Master of Science in Human Relations and Organization Development, which was created for ambitious, working professionals who understand that organizations are only as strong as the people who can move them forward. And, what’s more, no GRE or GMAT is required to enter this career-changing program.
Designed to be applicable from Day 1, Champlain College Online’s Master of Science in Human Relations and Organization Development courses are interactive and engaging, and they’re taught by scholar practitioners who are invested in their students’ success. You’ll build a professional network with fellow students across the country with whom you will progress through the program, and be able to apply what you learn in almost any industry, working in the private or public sector.
With the opportunity to gain expertise in one of three specializations — Employment Law, Positive Organization Development, or Leadership — you will gain a better understanding of the laws and regulations that affect your workforce, the conditions necessary for harnessing the strengths of your organization, and insight into your own leadership potential.
The Master of Science in Human Relations and Organization Development is designed to be widely applicable to a number of critical leadership and consulting roles including:
- Executive coaches
- Leadership & development consultants
- Directors of Human Relations
- Operations managers
- Process improvement consultants
- HR specialists
- Sales managers
- Two years experience and current employment in a professional work environment with opportunities for applying new skills. Applicants with limited work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Letter of Recommendation
- A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
- A 2.5 GPA
- College Transcripts
School Accreditation Statement
New England Commission of Higher Education