Master of Human Resources & Industrial Relations
The Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations Program is widely considered to be one of the top programs of its kind in the nation and is available through a full-time or part-time option. The curriculum gives students a thorough understanding of contemporary HR practices and the underlying theories that are necessary for successful careers in the field.
Of all graduates received employment offers within 6 months of graduation
Median starting base salary for the class of 2018
Of the Class of 2019 were offered summer internships
HRIR at the U of M
For 75 years, the University of Minnesota's Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations program has been preparing students for successful careers by providing a thorough understanding of the core functions, contemporary practices, and underlying theories of HRIR
At the Carlson School, we take an individualized approach to helping each student develop a sound career strategy. From the dean's office to program directors, faculty, executive boards, student organizations, and the Graduate Business Career Center, we work in concert to help students reach their professional goals.
The University of Minnesota's Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations program gives full-time and part-time students an opportunity to study with an internationally-known faculty committed to providing each student with a rich educational experience. HRIR faculty are widely published in the top academic journals and have expertise in a range of fields.
Graduate Society of Human Resources Leaders
The GSHRL is a professional organization composed of graduate students in the Human Resources and Industrial Relations program at the University of Minnesota. The mission of GSHRL is to proactively and responsively enhance the quality of the academic, professional, and social lives of graduate students pursuing HRIR careers.
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The Carlson School Advantage
Students and alumni share how the Human Resources and Industrial Relations Program has shaped their knowledge, careers, and lives.
Today's employers demand HR leaders who can overcome cultural barriers to accomplish key goals. Get hands-on experience working on multicultural teams: MHRIR students come from 14 countries around the world.