When you graduate from the MSHRM program, you’ll have learned to:
- Develop an organization’s talent
- Lead the rapidly changing human resources environment
- Communicate effectively with other management professionals
- Position yourself for a wide range of management roles
- Become a business partner and leader on a global stage
The MSHRM program is a 48 credit hour, 3 semester degree which combines Human Resources, Management, and Organizational Behavior studies with experiential learning opportunities. Graduates will receive a Master of Science degree with a concentration in Human Resource Management. Purdue’s Human Resource Management program aligns with Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Guidelines.
Krannert recognizes the important role that real-world projects play in your professional development. Our MSHRM program goes beyond the classroom, empowering you to participate in a multitude of opportunities. From case competitions and consulting opportunities to the Human Capital Consulting Initiative, a master’s degree from Purdue lays your foundation for career advancement.
For the freedom to conduct your future, retain mobility, and influence global leaders, choose a Master of Science in Human Resource Management at Purdue.
No Cost for Permanent Legal U.S. Residents to Apply to the MS Human Resource Management Program
The Krannert School of Management will satisfy the application fee for Fall 2019 domestic applicants of its MS Human Resource Management program who are permanent legal residents of the United States. Applications are requested by May 1, 2019.
We sat down the Krannert's Academic Director for the HR program, Brian Chupp, as well as program manager Jill Lynn and lead recruiter Heather Goodwin to discuss what you can do with an MSHRM degree and why it matters.Transcript