Selecting a Graduate School

Tyler, Kathryn
December 2006
HR Magazine;Dec2006, Vol. 51 Issue 12, p83
The article presents the criteria in selecting a college for graduate studies in HR. When putting together a list of criteria, take some time to determine what type of information and educational experience one wants to receive. In addition to the HR curriculum, Robert L. Heneman, professor and director of graduate programs in labor and HR in the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University in Columbus, advises HR graduate students take a course in research methods.


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