Master of Human Resource Management
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MHRM students

The MHRM program has been carefully designed to facilitate and encourage accessing and exchanging information and ideas, building technological skills and working together.

At Fisher College of Business, we champion diversity in intellectual thought and perspective. We inspire leadership through passion, integrity, hard work and the desire to succeed. Students thrive in our academic programs because of the culture we have designed and our emphasis on high-impact teaching and research.

The Fisher community is comprised of a globally heterogeneous population of students, faculty, and active alumni in more than 80 countries. As a Fisher student, you will be part of this community of individuals who have an incredible breadth of backgrounds and experiences to share. Our location and approach to education leads to a uniquely comfortable environment that is equally attractive to men and women, and to professionals from diverse fields, including the military, the sciences, and the arts and humanities.

With more than 20 professional, cultural and social student organizations, numerous Centers of Excellence, and frequent notable speakers, artists, and lecturers, including David Harris – VP Human Resources: Corporate Functions & Strategic Projects of PepsiCo, Scott Weisberg - Chief People Officer of Wendy’s, Melisa Miller – President: Retail Services of Alliance Data, Fisher students participate in a uniquely integrated and holistic graduate experience that provides a myriad of opportunities to lead, grow and develop.

In the MHRM program, we encourage a strong participation in extra and co-curricular experiences. Those opportunities can range from getting involved with MHRM council, the Leadership Development Program, and the MHRM Case Competition. These opportunities provide outstanding experience for students to learn, engage with classmates and give back to the community.

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Mentoring Program
MHRM students are given the opportunity to participate in a mentoring program with Human Resource Association of Central Ohio (HRACO). The mentors assist the students in becoming familiar with the human resources profession. Learn more about the HRACO Mentoring Program >

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