Human Relations and Business

Level: Masters
Language: English

(4 reviews)


The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Human Relations and Business is offered in both the classroom lecture and distance-learning modes. The degree provides a broad-based interdisciplinary curriculum that enables the student to select thirty (30) credit hours of courses from the disciplines of business, communication, human behavior, and human development; and six (6) credit hours of courses in electives. The program is intended for the student who, while technically accomplished, seeks to further develop skills in human behavior and development.

Recent Reviews

Great School
March 9, 2012
The only negative thing I can say about Amberton is that there is NO job placement.

MS in HR & Business, 2011
May 16, 2011
The professors offer challenging assignments that really bring the subjects home and allow for transfer of training to one's professional career. As others have said, the support staff are very helpful, and the book store's Mr. Black is extremely helpful. Fees increased this year to $700 per semester ($233.33/sh), but this is still an extremely good value. My expected graduation this fall is not the end of my education; I'm a lifelong learner. If they ...

November 10, 2008
I found Amberton University when I had to leave the program at a bricks and mortar program in a neighboring city so that I might spend more time with my aging, infirmed mother. It was truly a God send. The courses were challenging, but the instructors extremely accessible and fair. The rotation of courses allowed for a steady progression through the school. I would and have recommended them to others. My only hope is that ...

Give serious consideration to this grad program!
June 4, 2007
Amberton University is a wonderful institution offering rigorous curriculum, and phenomenal faculty and staff. I recently completed my Masters in Human Relations and Business in May 2007 and found my program both gratifying and rewarding. Every step of the way I received great support and guidance from my professors and was challenged by interesting, relevant courses. As previous reviewers have noted, Amberton’s availability online complements its on ground courses and in no way detracts from ...

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