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These programs provide coursework in human resources, industrial relations, and business in varying combinations. Unlike MBA programs, Human Resources/Industrial Relations programs tend to lack work experience requirements. It should be noted that many schools offer "executive style" MSHR programs that are intended to provide additional education for experienced HR personnel. The programs below are generally FT and PT programs.

Cornell
Master of Industrial and Labor Relations
2 years

http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/graddegreepr ... /milr.html

Michigan State
MS Labor Relations and Human Resources

http://www.lir.msu.edu/graduate_programs/mlrhr.php

Minnesota/Carlson
MA Human Resources and Industrial Relations

http://www.hrir.csom.umn.edu/day/index.html

Ohio State/Fisher
MLHR

http://fisher.osu.edu/prospective/graduate/mlhr

Purdue/Krannert
MS Human Resources Management
2 years

http://www.mgmt.purdue.edu/academics/ob ... s_home.asp

"The MSHRM program offers a unique plan of study that combines more HR course work than a traditional MBA program and more business than the traditional Industrial/Labor Relations (ILR) degree. In fact, Krannert is one of the few top business schools in the world that takes this approach. In recent years, the advantages of an interdisciplinary approach have been increasingly recognized which is why many of the top “HRâ€

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New post 06 Dec 2005, 21:43
a small mistake, Rutgers
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Hi,

What is the average GMAT score required/expected for each of those schools, including Rutgers?
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