Strayer University strives to make earning a degree both convenient and affordable for all of their students and has been doing so since 1892. The average age of the 54,000 Strayer University students is 34 years, and the majority of them hold full-time jobs while continuing their education. Therefore, Strayer understands the busy lifestyle of a working professional and they offer several formats to accommodate even the busiest schedules.
An online student is able to combine their online làm bằng trung cấp không cần đặt cọc courses with a few campus-based courses, and online courses can be taken in a real-time (synchronous) or any time (asynchronous) format. They offer online university degrees that are as challenging and require the same high standards as classroom courses. In fact, online courses are taught by the same faculty that lead campus-based courses, so all students are held by the same high academic standards.
Strayer University boasts a number of popular degrees available in associates, bachelors and advanced degrees. They are committed to offering quality online degree programs to keep their students competitive in today’s job market. To that end, they are continually accepting recommendations for new degree programs. In fact, their website provides a page where current or potential students can suggest a program that they do not currently offer. After reviewing recent recommendations, The university has decided to add three new degree and concentrations to their academic programs.
Master of Science in Human Resource Management – The new Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) program teaches principles and practices for a successful HR career. It prepares graduates to become leaders in any organizational human resources role, including talent management, compensation and benefits, as well as learning and organizational development.
The new MSHRM program joins Strayer’s BBA-HR and MBA-HR programs in being recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management – the world’s largest HR management association – for aligning with their guidelines on degree granting programs. The curriculum covers a great deal of the content in the PHR and SPHR certification exams, however program completion does not guarantee any SHRM certification.
Within this new degree program, two concentrations are offered for students so that they are able to focus on their individual career objectives. The concentration in Human Resource Generalist provides credit hours in Talent Management, Employee and Labor Relations, and Performance Management. The Human Resource and Organizational Development concentration offers course options, including Managing Organizational Change, Developing Human Capital, and Human Resource Management Consulting.