Executive Program Schedule

The Executive Program can be completed in 1 year, 4 semesters, or 2 years.  The program is taught in blocks; each block lasts seven weeks.  Generally, each class is taught utilizing live video broadcasting the 1st and 7th weekends. The 2nd through the 6th weeks are generally taught online and through group work.

1 YEaR track (3 semesters)

To complete the program in 1 year, students will complete two courses during each seven week block (a blue and tan course as outlined below).

4 semester track

To complete the program in 4 semesters, students will complete one blue course during each of their first two seven week blocks. Students will complete two courses during their next four seven week blocks (a blue and tan course for each block). Finally, students will complete one tan course during each of their last two seven week blocks.

2 YEAR track (6 semesters)

To complete the program in 2 years, students will complete one course per block. They will complete the blue courses during their first year and the tan courses during their second year.

The table below outlines when courses will be taught in in the executive program.

Spring 2015

Spring A
Dates:
1/12-2/18
Spring B
Dates:
3/16-5/2
 
 
 
MGT 6620 (3)
Training & Organizational Development (Winn)
 
 
MGT 6320 (3)
Leadership and Organizational Excellence in a Global Context
(Hanks) 
MGT 6760 (3)
Employment Law (Lee)
MGT 6630 (3)
Total Rewards and Employee
Performance
(Gardner)

Summer 2015

Summer A
Dates:
5/4-6/20
Summer B
Dates:
7/6-8/22
MGT 6675 (2)
Negotiation and Mediation (Callister)

MGT 6310 (1)
Career & Professional Development (Benson)
MGT 6550 (3)
Talent Acquisition and Retention (Warnick)
MGT 6640 (3)
Employee Relations and the Labor Movement (Gardner)
MGT 6330 (3)
Applied Human Resources Research (Winn)

Fall 2015

Fall A
Dates:
8/24-10/10
Fall B
Dates:
10/19-12/5
 
 
 
MGT 6680 (3)
Human Resource Analytics (Thurston)
 
 
 
MGT 6650 (3)
Team and Interpersonal Effectiveness (Hartwell)
MGT 6890 (2)
Advanced Strategy
(Davis)
MGT 6690 (3)
Human Resource Strategy (Warnick)

Spring 2016

Spring A
Dates:
TBA
Spring B
Dates:
TBA


MGT 6620 (3)
Training & Organizational Development (Winn)
 
 
MGT 6320 (3)
Leadership and Organizational Excellence in a Global Context
(Hanks/Raymer) 
MGT 6760 (3)
Employment Law (Lee)
MGT 6630 (3)
Total Rewards and Employee
Performance
(Gardner)
 
International Study Tour
(Optional)
 

Summer 2016

Summer A
Dates:
TBA
Summer B
Dates:
TBA
MGT 6675 (2)
Negotiation and Mediation (Callister)

MGT 6310 (1)
Career & Professional Development
MGT 6550 (3)
Talent Acquisition and Retention (Warnick)
 
 
 
MGT 6640 (3)
Employee Relations and the Labor Movement (Gardner)
 
 
MGT 6330 (3)
Applied Human Resources Research (Winn)

Fall 2016

Fall A
Dates:
TBA
Fall B
Dates:
TBA



MGT 6680 (3)
Human Resource Analytics (Thurston)
 
 
MGT 6650 (3)
Team and Interpersonal Effectiveness (Hartwell)
 
 
 
MGT 6890 (2)
Advanced Strategy
(Davis)
               
 
 
  
MGT 6690 (3)
Human Resource Strategy (Warnick)

Business Acumen Courses

Students are required to complete the business acumen requirements through the online “My Educator” courseware OR through completing the following courses:
ACCT 4700: Financial and Managerial Accounting (3 credits)
FIN 3400: Corporate Finance Essentials (3 credits)
MGT 4800: Marketing Techniques (3 credits).


Students can complete the business acumen courses either before, during, or after they complete the regular MHR coursework. Business acumen courses may be waived with permission if the courses have been taken previously. Please contact the MHR Office for more information.

***For a list of equivalent courses from various universities, please see the University Course Transfer Guide.