Monday, April 30, 2007

MBA - Human Resources Management - ENJ

Silberman’s MBA in Human Resource Management (HRM) offers more than simply classes in the field; it links students and faculty to a larger business community through its Center for Human Resource Management Studies (CHRMS).

The program focuses on building competencies that business partners have identified as essential for employment success, such as change leadership, strategic thinking and an action-oriented approach to HRM.

The program includes the basic subjects offered in a traditional MBA curriculum, as well as a core of four HR courses designed to meet the specialized needs of today’s managers of people. Students also can tailor their studies to particular career interests through elective courses.

HR Faculty Research and Interests

Our faculty is actively involved in research that examines topics of relevance to managers and scholars. Research interests include the strategic management of human resources, the management of organizational change, business-academic relationships, work-life balance, ethics in organizations, corporate entrepreneurship and workplace flexibility, among others. Faculty also play an active and leadership role in the Academy for Management, the largest and most prestigious academic association in the field of management, and have been instrumental in opening the Academy to practice and practitioners.

Faculty work has appeared in influential publications such as the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Human Resource Management Review and Journal of Business Ethics.

Faculty interacts and networks extensively with leading business executives through a variety of training, coaching and consulting engagements in their specialty areas. Our faculty has a strong international perspective enriched by teaching experiences in several nations.


Norah Jones

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