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The Hayek School of Economics

Master of Science in Human Resource Management


The Hayek School of Economics’ Master of Science (M.S.) program in Human Resource Management provides a greater degree of focus on the fields of human resource management and organizational management compared to more general M.S. or MBA programs which other universities offer. The program places emphases on the following sub-fields of the discipline of HR Management: Glabal HR Management, Strategy and Human Resource Management and Human Motivation. In a learning environment that is equipped with the latest technology, the Hayek School of Economics’ graduate students master these fields and learn to think strategically from the world-renowned faculty and top practitioners.


Students who complete five courses, but do not finish the entire curriculum in order to meet graduation requirements for the M.S. degree, and decide to drop out of the program, nevertheless will be awarded a Graduate Certificate instead. In order to earn the Graduate Certificate the student must complete three of the principal courses and two courses either from the concentration or the electives.


The Hayek School of Economics offers more than just the traditional online experience. It combines in-class seminars and examinations with online guidance. The Hayek School of Economics provides its Master of Science candidates with valuable extracurricular opportunities to exchange ideas with high-level executives, participate in business simulation competitions, and the attend ESAP, the European Study Abroad Program of Georgian International University which gives our students unique opportunities to study, as well as teach in Europe, and receive full certifications and dual degrees from premier European academic institutions. Attending the ESAP is not mandatory for most programs, but it is always highly recommended. This will allow our candidates to become closely acquainted with international academic and economic cultures, people and unique economic philosophies, traditions and viewpoints of different nations


Tuition is approximately $800 per course, subject to change.

Principle Course Credits
ECON 501 Microeconomic Theory (Advanced) 3
ECON 510 Macroeconomic Theory (Advanced) 3
STAT 550 Business Statistics 3
MKT 500 Essential Marketing 3
ECON 408 Foundations of Classical Political Economy 3
ECON 411 Classical Economics V 3
ECON ECON 550 Money and Banking 3
Concentration Courses Credits
BUS 530 Human Resource Management 3
BUS 520 Organizational Behavior 3
BUS 590 Strategy I: Human Resources 3
BUS 545 Human Motivation: McClelland 3
BUS 547 Human Side of Enterprise: McGregor 3
BUS 541 Global Human Resource Management 3
Dissertation Credits
MS 1 Proposal, APA Style, 2 pgs 3
MS 2 Thesis, APA Style, 30 pgs 3
Total Credits 45


We admit M.S. students on a quarterly basis. We welcome international students, as well as transfer students from reputable schools of good academic standing into its M.S. programs.


  1. A transcript(s) with undergraduate GPA of 3.0, or instead a Graduate Record Exam (GRE) test score of 550 on the verbal and 600 on the quantitative portion. In some cases Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) may be also acceptable.
  2. Two Letters of Recommendation from the school(s) previously attended.
  3. TOEFL score for international students.


6 Economics Credits
3 Human Resource Managemenmt Credits
3 Statistics Credits

Prior undergraduate or graduate courses in which a grade of B- or higher was attained can be used to meet the prerequisites of the program. Areas in which the student does not have prior coursework can have the necessary requirements met by taking the following foundation courses at Georgian International University:

ECON 310 – Microeconomic Theory
ECON 338 – Classical Economics 4 (A Multinational Compendium)
BUS 340 – Human Resource Management
STAT 350 – Basic Statistics

Truly exceptional applicants, who do not meet the enrollment requirements, still may be considered for the program. They must be interviewed in person and evaluated by the Graduate Committee. Taking additional prerequisite courses will be a part of the provisional admission. Prospective applicants must take under consideration that the university rarely makes such exceptions.