Bellevue University is known nationally as a thought leader in human capital development and ROI. This knowledge is offered in a ground-breaking degree program that covers important financial issues and perspectives such as the ROI on human capital development, financial and managerial accounting as well as senior level strategic management issues like change and innovation.
The Master of Science in Human Capital equips graduates with the knowledge and background they need to effectively design and measure human capital development programs.
Students without an undergraduate degree in human resources, economics, psychology, business or business-related degrees will take the 6-credit hour Foundation of business topics. Those with an undergraduate degree in business will normally have met most of the Foundation requirements, and will therefore take 6 credit hours of graduate business or Human Resources electives. The 36-credit hour degree program can be completed by those who work full time in 18 months.
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