A Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations (MHRIR) degree will prepare you for a well-paying and exciting role in business, union and government organizations.
Have you figured out how to apply your liberal arts, social science, or business degree to an organization’s bottom line? Does the job that you have with your finance, economics, or accounting degree lack human interaction? Are you looking for an advanced degree that can combine all these elements? Does the prospect of making approximately $70,000 a year entry-level sound good to you? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then a master’s degree from the School of Labor and Employment Relations might be what you need.