Graduates of Haslam's MSHRM (the predecessor to this program) have advanced their careers to become vice presidents of HR, directors of HR, employee relations managers, recruiting directors, benefits consultants and compensation managers.
The updated MSM&HR degree is also ideally suited for students who want to make the leap into Management in other non-HR fields. For example, students with degrees in a variety of non-business areas (e.g., nursing, engineering, political science, history, English, and beyond) who want to take on supervisory responsibilities will find the grounding that they need to succeed in this program.
Graduates of the master's in human resources (predecessor to the newly updated MSM&HR) are employed at:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Department of Energy
Experience with Employers
Society for Human Resource Management
MSHRM students participate in a business case competition each spring for the Southeast Regional Chapters of the SHRM. Haslam has taken home first place in the competition and has been named an Outstanding Chapter for several consecutive years.
The MSHRM program holds interest sessions with several national and international companies during the university’s career fair each fall.