DETROIT — The Wayne State University School of Business Administration has announced a new concentration in human resources to be available to new and current students in its traditional MBA program.
University spokeswoman Amber Conway says the human resources concentration will equip students with the core knowledge and skills they need to harness the value of human resources in the production of goods and services by looking at such topics as the supply and demand of labor markets, the state of world economies, the future of labor costs, how incentives operate and more.
“Students will gain the knowledge to answer some tough HR-related questions, such as ‘How do you attract good workers?’ ‘Who should you hire?’ ‘How should you compensate them?’” says Conway, director of the school’s graduate programs office.
MBA students wishing to add the human resources concentration will take nine credits of coursework within the School of Business Administration and the joint program in employment and labor relations.
To learn more about the MBA or any of our graduate programs in business, contact the SBA Graduate Programs Office at 313-577-4511 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more at our MBA Open House on June 24.