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Organizational Behavior & HR Management
Master of Business Administration Online

Graduate degree program offered by the UNT G. Brint Ryan College of Business

12

Total Classes

Accelerated option available
36

Total Credit Hours

$
23.9
K

Estimated TX Resident
Tuition & Fees

Subject to Change
Varies by State Residency
10/18

Next Start Date

Organizational Behavior & HR Management
Master of Business Administration Online

Due to the COVID-19 Crisis impact on GMAT/GRE testing sites, the G. Brint Ryan College of Business is temporarily waiving the testing requirement for applicants with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 from a regionally accredited (or the equivalent) institution. This emergency waiver is subject to change as the current crisis evolves.

Please email Julie.jernigan@unt.edu with questions.

Upon completion of an MBA program through the Department of Management, you will have developed the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to market yourself in a wide array of careers. The concentration in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management further supports growth and development from two perspectives. First, individuals with established career paths will have the opportunity to gain the broad­er, more general perspectives necessary for promotion to top managerial positions. Second, as a profession­al, such as a talent acquisition manager, training and development specialist, equal employment opportunity compliance officer, or compensation and benefits manager, you will find your career specialization reinforced with this degree.

An MBA with a concentration in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management examines the business organization in terms of structure, process, and behavior. The concentration’s primary focus is on human resources and their value-added contribution to a firm’s competitive advantage. This concen­tration includes seminars that cover the practices and skills necessary for engaging human resources as business partners via primary human resources management functions, such as talent acquisition, individual development, succession forecasting and planning, total rewards design, and grievance management. Other seminars provide an in-depth study of organizational learning and development, change management, and leadership. An MBA in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management will better prepare you for a number of career possibilities ranging from functional specialist to business partner.


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