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Upcoming webinar May 9

Please join us for a free informational webinar on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. EDT to learn more about our human resource-focused master's degree. Please register to let us know you'll be joining us! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. 

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Enrolling now for Fall 2017

The master's in Human Resource Development & Administration, delivered through UIndy's Graduate Professional Studies Program, is designed for career changers or working professionals who want to develop new skills in recruiting enterprise-level talent, employee training, career development and performance management. Apply now to be considered for our first cohort starting in Fall 2017.

Career Opportunities

Leaders in human resources are in high demand throughout a wide range of businesses. Graduate-level professionals can enjoy a full range of high-paying career opportunities, from director of human resources to training specialist. 

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Learn from industry experts

Our School of Business utilizes strong business partnerships to provide top-level faculty for this program, while our School for Adult Learning brings the expertise in providing an accelerated learning format to help busy adults complete their degree.

Advisory Board

UIndy's Advisory Board is comprised of industry professionals who provide curriculum recommendations to ensure your education's relevance in this industry and to your career growth. Our Advisory Board members will also serve as important connections for internship and employment opportunities. Learn more ►

Curriculum model and degree requirements

Degree requirements for UIndy's Human Resource Development & Administration program include three hours of ethics study and a capstone project involving field experience to further advance your skills and knowledge. This program is 30 credit hours and can be completed in five semesters through our accelerated, hybrid format (combination of online and on-campus classes) in which you take just one class at a time.