Master's Degree in Human Resources - Online

Speak without obligation to Ottawa University - Arizona

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Master's Degree in Human Resources - Online

  • Course description
    Ottawa University's Master of Arts in Human Resources degree is designed for working adults who wish to increase their human resources skills. Not only is the program designed to provide professional growth for human resources professionals but also for individuals who are seeking licensure in substance abuse counseling - level III (Arizona only) (individuals are responsible for contacting the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners for complete information on licensure). The program seeks to promote professional excellence, academic attainment and the ability to synthesize, integrate and apply knowledge in meaningful and relevant ways.

    Ottawa University's Master of Arts in Human Resources program is offered online and affords students the opportunity to gain deeper knowledge in a specialty area.

    All programs require a total of 36 semester credit hours. A personal graduation plan will be developed in conjunction with your faculty advisor and may vary based on prior credit granted.

    Required Courses
    30 Semester Credit Hours

        * HRC 7361 Managing Human Resource Costs
        * HRC 7411 Human Resources Planning and Administration
        * HRC 7561 Recruitment, Selection & Placement
        * HRC 7601 Training nad Development
        * HRC 7611 Organizational Behavior & Theory
        * HRC 7741 Employment Law
        * HRF 7001 Value Systems and Professional Ethics
        * HRF 7111 Trends, Issues and Perspectives in Human Resources
        * HRF 7161 Research: Assessment and Evaluation
        * HRF 8481 Applied Case Studies in Human Resources (Capstone Course) Must have completed 30 credits before enrolling in HRF 8481 course.

    Elective Courses
    6 Semester Credit Hours

    Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation                                           
    36 Semester Credit Hours

    Concentration in Substance Abuse Counseling

    Students within this degree concentration are selected, advised and supervised through the professional counseling graduate program.

    Foundation Courses
    12 Semester Credit Hours

        * PYF  7001 Graduate Seminar in Clinical Foundations
        * HRF 7111 Trends, Issues and Perspectives in Human Resources
        * PYC 8462 Employee Assistance and Counseling
        * PYF 7162  Methods and Models of Research
        * PYF  8012 Professional and Ethical Issues in Counseling

    Concentration Courses
    24 Semester Credit Hours

        * PYC 7922 Counseling Theories
        * PYC 7932 Group Counseling and Dynamics
        * PYC 7422 Social and Cultural Concerns in Counseling
        * PYF 7132  Counseling and the Helping Professions
        * PYC 8142 Introduction to Addictions and Related Disorders
        * PYC 8152 Psychophysiology and Pharmacology of Addictions
        * PYC 8162 Prevention, Assessment and Treatment of Addictions
        * PYF 8400 Practicum I in Addiction Counseling *
        * PYF 8410 Practicum II in Addiction Counseling *

Other programs related to Human Resources

This site uses cookies.
If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted.
See more  |