Our program has achieved widespread recognition for the breadth of study offered. In addition to the management core, you’ll gain expertise in staffing, recruitment and placement — and in such crucial areas as organizational behavior, employment law, compensation, union-management relations, training and development.
This major continues to grow in importance as HR professionals are recognized as an integral part of the overall corporate governance team. Oswego's program aligns with Society for Human Resource Management guidelines to make graduates particularly current and marketable.
State University of New York at Oswego hosts a very active Society for Human Resource Management club that offers workshops to boost your professional preparation, invites speakers, provides networking opportunities and regularly excels in national case competitions. Apply what you’ve learned to real-world situations as you examine current HR problems during your capstone HRM course. Apply for a study abroad program in Europe, Australia or mainland China — or one of the internships or co-op opportunities available at the local, national and international levels.
The on-campus Human Resource Management Center offers research and publishing opportunities, visiting speakers, workshops and closer connections with faculty and alumni.
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