MHR Program Ranked Nationally
The Master of Human Resources (MHR) online program at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University ranks fourth in nation, according to Human Resources MBA, a resource guide for the human resources industry. This top ranking measured the Huntsman MHR program against 200 accredited schools with online programs aligning to the Society for Human Resource Management’s recommended guidelines for a quality HR education. The Huntsman School’s ranking surpassed other notable schools such as Pennsylvania State University, Villanova University, University of Houston, and University of Maryland.
The fourth place ranking recognized the Huntsman School MHR online program in part for offering exceptional benefits such as e-tutoring, IT remote assistance, student software discounts, and online academic advising.
“This is wonderful recognition of our work in developing a high-quality, distance-delivered program,” remarked Dr. Steven H. Hanks, Director of Graduate Studies in Human Resources at the Huntsman School. He further commented on the 95 percent placement rate for graduates. “We are excited about the kind of internships our students are landing and the kind of jobs they are finding with many incredible companies and organizations not only locally but nationally and internationally as well.”
The MHR program has previously been recognized as a top HR program in the west. The unique skill-based program and world-class faculty prepare current and aspiring HR professionals to navigate the global economy and become strategic ethical leaders and impact corporate performance. With flexible degree options, including the MHR dual program with an MBA or Management Information Systems option, graduates of the Huntsman School MHR program create immediate value inside their organizations.
For more information about the Huntsman School’s Master of Human Resources program visit: http://huntsman.usu.edu/mhr/