New York University (NYU) is a private research university founded during 1831 and located within Greenwich Village, Manhattan in New York City. As one of the largest, non profit institutions of higher learning, NYU is world renown as leaders offering a quality of educational excellence often unmatched by other colleges and universities. NYU provides MBA candidates instruction through highly ranked, full or part time studies. Graduate students may participate in on-campus or online programs offered through the School of Continuing and Professional Studies known as NYU-SCPS Online.

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NYU offers innovative graduate, continuing education, and certificate programs through it’s NYU-SPCS online programs. NYU-SPCS offers instruction equal to the quality and rigor of on-campus programs through a dedicated administration, expert faculty, and various support teams. Students enrolled in the MBA/HR program gain a deeper understanding of business administration, human resources development, human resources management, and other highly specialized courses designed to offer students the expertise necessary to function as professionals in a dynamic industry.

Application Requirements
– Personal statement identifying intent for admission, professional and academic experiences, as well as educational goals and career objectives
– 2 Letters of recommendation highlighting any contributions made while on the job, professional experiences, professional affiliations and associations, public service experiences, and any skills gained through internships and work participation
– Official transcripts from all educational institutions attended
– GRE or GMAT scores (optional)
– Interview (optional)
– Payment for $ 150 application fee
– Evaluation of foreign educational credentials for international students as recognized by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services
– TOEFL scores for students whose native language is not English

Tuition and Educational Fees
Tuition is based upon per credit fees and is follows

3 Credits 6 Credits 9 Credits 10-12 Credits
Tuition $4,533 $9,066 $13,599 $15,121
Registration Fee $540 $723 $906 $978
Health Insurance $623 $623 $623 $623
Books And Supplies $1,070 $1,070 $1,070 $1,070
Personal Expenses $500-$1000 $500-$1,000 $500-$1,000 $500-$1,000

Financial Aid
NYU offers a number of financial aid options to students who demonstrate need and qualify.

Federal Loans
– Subsidized Stafford Loans
– Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
– Federal Grad Plus

Private and/or Alternative Loans

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

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Assistantships
– Departmental Scholarships
– Deans Fellowship
– Reynolds Graduate Fellowship For Social Entreprenuership

Academic, Corporate, or Other Awards

Core courses are based in business strategy and ethics include: managing in a global economy, quantitative models for decision makers, financial management, information technology, foundations of human resource management, organizational behavior, business strategy and ethics, and research process and methodology. Specialized courses include concentrations in the field of human resource management, organizational effectiveness, or human resource development. Students must complete four courses from the chosen concentration. Courses from the human resource management concentration include: communication skills for the human resource professional; managing inclusion and cultural diversity; international human resource management; dispute resolution and conflict management; compensation and benefits: strategy and plan design; advanced employee recruitment, selection and retention; and advanced labor relations and employment law.

Courses within the organizational effectiveness concentration include: managing inclusion and cultural diversity; human resource metrics; transformational leadership and team building; managing complex change initiatives; organizational theory; organizational assessment and analysis; and applications in organizational development: trends, tools, and techniques.

Courses in the human resource development concentration include: communication skills for the human resource professional; human resource metrics; foundations of coaching and coaching theory; coaching skills and techniques; executive coaching; small business coaching; and principles and practices in online course production and delivery. Students also participate in a number of electives including: personal and life coaching; rapid change and the entrepreneurial organization; resizing the organization; mergers and acquisition;, human resource issues in industry; human resource issues in industry; recruiting with social media; total rewards management; strategic benefits planning; compensation: strategy and practice; executive compensation; design and management of healthcare and insurance plans; design and management of retirement plans; variable pay: incentives, recognition, and bonuses; global talent management; the impact of effective training: evaluation, measurement, and behavioral change; career coaching; internship; special project in applied human resource strategies; and research project thesis.

Graduates from NYU-SCPS gain the fundamental skills and knowledge required to succeed within upper level human resource management positions performing as professionals investing in human capital, improving employee relations, adhering to labor laws, overseeing benefits and compensation and recruiting, retaining, and hiring employees.