Rutgers is the largest educational institution within the State University of New Jersey. As the eight oldest U.S. college, Rutgers was chartered during 1766 under it’s original name: Queen’s College. Originally a private university for young men, Rutgers has grown to become one of the most world renown, coeducational public research institutions for higher education. Rutgers offers instruction from its three campuses located in New Brunswick and Piscataway, Newark, and Camden and also provides innovative online instruction.

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As a world leader in education, Rutger’s School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) provides some of the best MBA programs available. The Master’s of Business Administration/Human Resources (MBAHR) program offers students the knowledge necessary to function as business professionals focused upon strategic human resource management, effective leadership, and sustainability. Courses are led by a team of experts and world class researchers and provide on campus and online instruction.

Application Requirements
– Completion of an online application
– Submission of official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate programs attended
– 5 years of experience within mid-upper level administrative or managerial positions in public or non profit organizations
– Resume
– 2 Recommendation letters
– Personal Statement identifying commitment to educational and career goals
– GRE or GMAT Test Results
– TOEFL or PTE scores for students whose native language is not English
– Payment for $73 non-refundable application fee

Tuition and Fees
Rutger’s offers significantly lower tuition and education related fees in comparison to private school programs without sacrificing an educational standard of excellence.
Full Time Students:
Tuition for residents: $11,137
Tuition for out of state residents: $18,692
Campus Fee: $729
Computer Fee: $147
Optional NJPIRG Fee: $11,20
School fee: $329.25
International Student SEVIS Fee: $125

Part Time Students:
Tuition is based on a per credit system:
For residents: $928
For out of state residents: $1,558
Campus fee: $245
Computer fee: $64.50 – $147 (based upon credit hours)
Optional NJPIRG fee: $5.50
School Fee: $164.25

Financial Aid:
Rutgers offers a number of financial aid options to cover educational and tuition costs including:
Federal Loans
– Subsidized Stafford Loans
– Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
– Federal Grad Plus
Private and/or Alternative Loans

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

Scholarships
Need Based Awards

Merit Awards
Assistantships, Fellowships, and Scholarships
– Samuel Kinsora Scholarship
– Alfred Lowenthal Scholarship
– Herbert Levine Scholarship
– SMLR Alumni Association Fellowship
– SMLR Dean’s Fellowship
– Ralph Bunche Fellowship
– Robert E. Campbell Endowed Fellowship
– Horace J. DePodwin Scholarships
– William. M. Freeman Fellowship
– The Joyce and Leslie Goodman Endowed Scholarship Fund
– Edmund L. Houston Foundation Program
– Robert and Frances Kaplan Endowed Scholarship
– Joel E. Kelly Memorial Endowed Scholarship
– Daniel I. Kessler Memorial Scholarship
– Marcus and Celilia Nadler Leaders Fellowship
– J. David Parkinson Endowed Fellowship
– Felice N. Schwartz Endowed Memorial Scholarship
– Serkes Family Endowed Fellowship
– Benjamin and Anita Wolfe Endowed Fellowship

Rutgers offers an exceptional educational experience through the MBA/HR program. The program combines the most innovative information available in the fields of business administration as well as specialized knowledge of labor and employment relations. Courses include: introductory seminar in labor and employment relations; research methods in labor and employment relations; writing in employment relations; negotiation; theories of labor and employment relations; American workers and politics; the inclusive workplace; self development for professional success; emotional intelligence in the workplace; conflict resolution in the workplace; benefits and social insurance; public sector employment issues; immigration, public policy, and worker rights; globalization, corporate restructuring, and employment; financial analysis and corporate governance; human resources decision making: financial decisions; women and work; human resources decision making: data based decisions; labor law; seminar in minorities and work; globalization and the future of employment; employee involvement and new work organization; trends and problems in the nonunion workplace; seminar in workplace democratization; collective bargaining; seminar in international/comparative labor and employment relations; new directions in collective bargaining; economics and demographics of labor markets; employment law; public sector collective bargaining; work and social change; interest dispute settlement; grievance processes and arbitration; structure and government of American unions; individual studies in labor and employment relations; topics in labor and employment relations; labor and employment history; internship in labor and employment relations; practicum in organization change; practicum in adult noncredit education or training; and research in labor and employment relations.

Graduates who complete studies within Rutgers’ School of Management and Labor Relations program gain the knowledge and means of strengthening skills necessary to advance as professionals to a number of careers within the business industry.