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15+ MONTHS

12 COURSES REQUIRED

33 CREDIT HOURS

$818 PER CREDIT HOUR

 

Curriculum developed and taught by faculty from

Department of Human Relations

College of Arts and Sciences

 

Put Theory to Practice

The online Master of Human Relations (MHR) combines theoretical perspectives from social sciences, humanities and the world of work and service. With two specializations available, this degree gives you the knowledge and practical skills to work in careers related to human resources, leadership and talent management, general management and other human skills roles.

In the Inclusive Leadership concentration, you will learn to apply principles of inclusion as a lens to view relationships, processes, and interacting systems.

Course sequence:

    Graduate Research and Writing

    Theoretical Foundations in Human Relations

    Research in Human Relations - Qualitative

    Leadership in Organizations

    Research in Human Relations - Quantitative

    Developing Inclusive Leaders in a Diverse World

    Organizational Behavior for Leaders

    Organizational Ethics

    Strategic Leadership for Intercultural Awareness

    Leadership in the Legal Environment

    Leadership for Systemic Change

    Program Capstone

In this concentration, students will gain skills that are essential to promote structural change. This emphasis is aimed at professionals in the field who seek to acquire the necessary skills, tools, and knowledge to advocate for diversity, equity, and justice in social policy and programming.

Course sequence:

    Graduate Research and Writing

    Current Problems in Human Relations

    Research in Human Relations - Quantitative

    Theoretical Foundations in Human Relations

    Research in Human Relations - Qualitative

    Social Change and the Law

    Diversity and Justice

    Policy, Program & Practice

    Program Training and Development

    Strategies of Social Change

    Program Assessment and Evaluation

    Program Capstone

Format:

    100% Online

Admission Deadline:

    Rolling Admissions

Next Start Date:

    January 2021

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Lead in Today's World

This program creates strong leaders that harness cultural differences, and gathers perspectives from across age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds while adapting to constant change.



 

Academic Excellence

OU’s graduate school experience is built on the idea that our world-class faculty are mixed with professors of practice to provide valuable instruction in a high-quality online learning environment.



 

Strong Career Growth

You will be prepared to apply for roles in Human Resources, Training and Development fields, as positions like Community Service Managers grow 13% over the next 10 years.



An Investment in Your Future

Tuition for the online Master of Human Relations (MHR) program is $26,994 for the entire program. Fees associated with the program are included in this cost. Books and materials are additional.

Once accepted into the online Master of Human Relations (MHR) program, you are required to submit a $350 non-refundable deposit. This deposit will be applied to your first semester’s tuition, providing you enroll in the program and start with your designated cohort class.

 

Program Details

Admission to the online Master of Human Relations (MHR) program is selective. Those interested in the program should have a competitive undergraduate GPA. Additional admissions factors may include work or service experience, demonstrated leadership potential, exceptional talents or skills, trends, or improvement in academic performance and undergraduate school performance.

To apply for the online MHR program, students are asked to submit:

  • Online application and application fee of $50
  • Resume or CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Official undergraduate transcript from an accredited institution
  • Valid TOEFL exam score report (for international students)

The OU MHR admissions committee operates under a rolling admission process, and admissions may continue until two weeks before the start of classes. The committee strives to respond to all applicants within two weeks from the time a completed application is submitted.

For more information on the admissions process, please complete the contact form above and an admissions counselor will be in touch shortly.

 

 

Program Contacts:

Enrollment Counselor:

Quinn Whitehead
(405) 445-3102
qwhitehead@ou.edu

Coordinator:

Wesley Long
Department Chair and Associate Professor