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Advance your career as a Talent Manager and HR leader
In today’s competitive global environment, talent management professionals are an integral part of an organization’s business strategy. Employers are looking for leaders with broad-based business knowledge and specialized skills in human resources who realize the strategic importance of recruiting, developing, managing, and retaining top talent to align human resource capabilities with organizational goals.
Clark University’s flexible, fully online, part-time master’s program in talent management and human resources is designed for the working professional who wants to broaden their competencies and advance their career while maintaining a work-life balance. Join a program developed in consultation with experts in the human resource field that prepares students to become strategic business professionals with specialized expertise in effectively leading and managing talent in today’s global organizations.
Human resources is one of the fastest growing fields in the U.S., with positions expected to grow by 7 percent by 2028. By knowing how to communicate effectively, manage ethically, and bring strategic vision to a diverse workforce, human resource professionals and talent leaders are key links between management and employees. Our M.S. in Talent Management and Human Resources provides talent management skills employers are looking for including employee management, labor relations, compensation and benefits, organizational development, and performance management, along with business management tools like strategic planning, performance analytics, and resource administration.
Clark’s online master’s degree program in talent management and human resources is designed to take advantage of the existing strength of School of Management programs while providing the skill set sought by human resource professionals and talent managers. The program consists of eight units — 4 core and 4 elective courses. The core courses include three qualitative management courses and one talent management course, each with a focus on key competencies of leadership, ethical practice, business acumen, and global awareness. Program electives are pertinent to core functions of talent management and HR skills with specialized electives based on interest and career focus.
8 course units
Relevant. Challenging. Transformative.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Zhenyang (David) Tang
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