What You’ll Learn
The AACSB-accredited Human Resource Management and Labor Relations, M.S. allows you to dive into HR fundamentals—such as employment law, employee relations, financial acumen, organizational psychology—all from a global perspective.
You’ll receive career preparation through class projects, internships, and mentoring by faculty and alumni. You’ll also experience professional development opportunities on an ongoing basis, learning about the latest trends from HR and labor relations professionals throughout the semester and attending major Long Island and New York City SHRM conferences and events.
You can also further tailor your degree to your career goals by taking specialized courses in compensation, benefits, talent management, and more.
- Canon USA
- H2M architects + engineers
- Madison Square Garden
- Moody’s Corporation
- Northwell Health
- United Nations
- Compensation/Benefits Manager
- Employee/Labor Relations Manager
- HR Analyst
- HR Generalist/Business Partner
- Talent Acquisition Manager