The executive master's degree in Human Resources Management (MHRM) is designed to provide professional human resources management specialists with the skills and credentials to assume senior-level appointments. Offered on a full-time or part-time basis, the MHRM was developed for the busy professional from a broad range of backgrounds.
Pedagogical activities incorporate a wide range of teaching and learning methodologies such as lectures, case studies, simulations, seminars and supervised independent research. Students explore issues such as organizational change, training and development, labour relations, strategic staffing, compensation, international HR management, research methods, and the impact of HR policies, practices and programs on employee and organizational performance.
MHRM students derive the benefits of being taught by a cadre of internationally recognized professors whose teaching and research expertise was acquired from top universities in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, China, the U.S., UK, Europe and Canada.
Students may complete the program on a full-time basis (within four academic terms) or a part-time basis (within eight academic terms).
2014/ 2015 Speaker Series
- The Master of Human Resources Alumni Association is committed to fostering a community where alumni can jointly pursue mutually shared interests and issues, thereby facilitating the professional and personal development of all graduates of the MHRM program at York University.
Please join us for our first event of the 2014/ 2015 Speaker Series.
We are please to have Professor Gary Latham who is the Secretary of State Professor of Organizational Effectiveness at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, and a past president of the Canadian Psychological Association. present at the November 13, 2014 event.
Gary's latest book is entitled, Becoming the Evidence Based Manager (Davies Black). He speaks regularly on the topics of leadership, motivation, embracing change, performance management and the selection of "winners"
Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: 109 Atkinson College - Harry Crowe Room