Michigan State University (MSU) was founded in East Lansing, Michigan, during 1855 as a pioneer land grant institution of higher learning and a highly ranking public research university. MSU was the model for several land grant colleges established under the 1862 Morrill Act and grew to become one of the nine largest universities within the United States.

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MSU is a world renown provider of upper level educational instruction and offers some of the nation’s best business programs to graduate students seeking their Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations (MHRLR). MSU’s MHRLR program provides students with the ability to gain knowledge through on-campus or online formats offered within one of the oldest distance programs available.

Application Requirements
– Online Application
– Official Transcripts from all attended colleges and universities
– GRE or GMAT scores
– 3 Letters of recommendation
– Essay/Statement of purpose and intent indicating career goals, professional objectives and how MSU’s MBA program will assist student in reaching them
– Resume documenting work history, duties, and experiences
– TOELF and IELTS scores for international students whose native language is not English

Tuition
Tuition is semester, annually, or program based and dependent upon a student’s level of education, class, number of credit hours, and year of enrollment. The following rates are based upon a per credit hour basis
Residents: $569 per credit

Non-residents: $1,117.50

Fees and Taxes: $34
Books and Supplies: $1,402
Personal and other related education expenses: $1,782

Financial Aid
Michigan State University offers a number of financial aid options to students who demonstrate need and qualify including:
Federal Loans
– Subsidized Stafford Loans
– Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
– Federal Grad Plus

Private or alternative loans

State and Federal Grants
– Federal Pell Grants
– Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants
– TEACH Grant

Scholarships, Awards, and Assistantships
– Spartan Advantage Program
– Education Savings Plan
– MSU Student Aid Grant
– Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver
– Graduate Assistantships

MSU’s Online Human Resources Executive Education program features core global business courses and specialized human resources, labor relations, and workers’ compensation courses. Online students also gain the ability to strengthen leadership and management skills with opportunities to apply classroom theories with hands on experiences, workshops, webinars, and podcasts.

Curriculum
MSU’s Online Master of Human Resources and Labor Relations program features core global business courses and specialized human resources, labor relations, and workers’ compensation courses. Online students also gain the ability to strengthen leadership and management skills with opportunities to apply classroom theories with hands on experiences, workshops, webinars, and podcasts. Courses include: labor markets, training and development, organizational behavior for the management of human resources, human resource strategies and decisions, compensation and benefit systems, organizational development and planned change, high performance work systems, human resources information systems, quantitative methods for human resources and labor relations, international and comparative human relations and labor relations, collective bargaining, negotiations and conflict resolution, labor law, grievance administration and arbitration, employment law, independent study, staffing organizations, business fundamentals for human relations and labor relations professionals, finance for human relations and labor relations professionals, and international human resource management at the Rouen School of Management in France.

Graduates who complete studies within Michigan State University’s School of Labor gain a solid educational basis and hands on work experiences in real world settings necessary to advance as professionals within the global business industry.