Lead Competitive Talent
The major in Human Capital Management and Leadership prepares graduates to understand how organizations attract, develop and lead their talent to create sustained competitive advantage.
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Curriculum and Courses
The curriculum highlights understanding and implementing evidence-based best practices associated with human capital consulting, leading organizations, change management, employee engagement and motivation, cross cultural management, talent acquisition, employment law, compensation, executive decision making and strategy, and human resource management.
The diversified course of study prepares graduates for positions in consulting, leadership rotational programs, employee development, management, human resources, and other related fields in both domestic and global business contexts.
Facts and Stats
Your college experience here will be one of the most exciting times of your life. To make sure of this, we’ll provide you with a powerful support system.
First-to-second year retention
Miami University Data
Among Public Universities in the United States for Four-Year Graduation Rate
The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac
of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
Miami University Data
Sara saw firsthand the desperation experienced by Syrian refugees and was inspired to found the Refugee Advisory Council at Miami. Through her work, she was selected as one of the nation's 59 Truman Scholars.
Sara Al-Zubi ’19
Human Capital Management and Leadership
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