Georgetown University’s Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources Management equips professionals with the advanced knowledge, analytical skills, and practical tools required to design and execute talent, HR, and organizational solutions that positively impact society and stakeholders they serve.
Upon successfully completing the Master's in Human Resources Management program, you will be able to:
Creative and Critical Thinking: Apply creative and critical thinking in designing solutions to improve the employee experience and build organizational capabilities.
Global Competence: Develop strategies and processes to attract, engage, and retain a diverse and global workforce.
Ethical Reasoning and Values: Create HR programs and initiatives that foster an ethical organizational culture, and embed social responsibility and sustainability in the workplace.
Applied Problem Solving: Integrate and apply broad-based HR knowledge to craft solutions to complex people and business problems.
Information Literacy: Analyze and interpret data rigorously, and leverage relevant research, metrics and analytics to advance evidence-based HR practice.
Technological Competency: Evaluate and select appropriate technology solutions to improve HR service delivery and create business value.
Communication: Communicate HR solutions, initiatives and messages clearly and persuasively to diverse audiences and stakeholders.
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Guidance Related to COVID-19
Updated Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 12:35 PM EDT
SCS continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and respond in support of the University community. Currently, all summer term courses will continue through distance instruction.
In terms of the Fall 2021 semester, the School of Continuing Studies will resume regular operations effective August 16 at the 640 Massachusetts Avenue building, unless otherwise noted for specific programs.