The concentration in Human Resources Management that we teach in the Franklin University MBA Program will give you an opportunity to build your skills to become an effective HR leader. The content of our courses has been designed to prepare you to operate as an HR executive at the most senior levels and play a strategic role in the organization.


Today’s HR leaders in companies should influence the strategic planning process to ensure alignment with the institution’s goals and values, while, at the same time, they manage the process to ensure superior outcomes.

It is widely agreed that employees are a company’s most important asset and a source of competitive advantage – everything else can be replicated.

Today’s competitive job market requires human resources professionals who can think strategically and retain employees that complement the organizational culture and contribute to organizational growth.

  • Through our Human Resources curriculum, you will enhance your leadership skills, advance your career in the direction of HR and prepare yourself to execute key functions within an HR department.
  • Courses are delivered over a period of 5-6 months.
  • Specialization is stipulated on the MBA degree certificate/diploma.
  • Courses within the concentration in HR may be conducted as guided research projects on a topic chosen by a student under the guidance of a professor from MCBS.
Program Structure

MBA Human Resource Management

Course CodeCourse Name
HRM 770Managing Human Resource from a Strategic Perspective
HRM 771Managing Talent to Maintain Performance Standards
HRM 772Assessing & Meeting Future Leadership Needs

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English Proficiency

Prospective applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency. The requirement is met through any of the following:

The applicant has earned appropriate scores on language proficiency exams taken within the last two years.

A minimum overall score in addition to exam subsection scores of:

  • TOEFL 79 (internet-based), or 550 (paper-based). Reading: 20/30 and Writing: 20/30
  • IELTS: (Academic) score band of minimum 6.0

Department Contact

Contact Program Chair Masood Khan for more information.