After New England, the San Francisco Bay Area is the 2nd highest region for innovation capital raised in the biotech sector as of 2016 according to EY's report "Biotechnology Report 2017: Beyond Borders Staying the Course".
Attend our Graduate Programs Open House in Boston on March 23rd
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage of professionals with data analytics skillsets is more than $80,000.
Recent research* shows that the annual demand for data scientists, data developers, and data engineers will lead to 700,000 new recruitments by 2020.
Employment of Human Resource Managers is expected to grow by 12% from 2017 to 2027—from ~136,000 to ~152,000—which is faster than the average growth rate of 10% projected for all occupations over this period. - Emsi Analyst’s database
An estimated 3.4 million manufacturing jobs to be created in the next decade, according to The Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte
"We know that digital technologies are rapidly changing jobs and the way we work in general. Our Master's in Human Resources Management program is designed to provide human resource professionals with the skills and competencies they will need to meet the challenges of the digital era and to nurture every organization's most valuable asset—its people." - Carl Zangerl, Faculty Director, Communication and Human Resource Management Portfolio
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for human resources managers is upwards of $110,000 (BLS, 2017).
This comprehensive master's degree program is designed to enhance students' understanding and experience in human resources management and prepare them to advance in their field.