Manhattanville Reid Castle In the Spring

BS in Behavioral Studies / MS in Organizational Management and Human Resource Development

Students pursuing an accelerated bachelor's degree in Behavioral Studies may be eligible to take advantage of the dual degree program offered by the School of Graduate & Professional Studies. Eligible students may take nine graduate credits which will be applied to both the undergraduate and graduate degrees. These required graduate credits are considered as elective credits and must be taken as the last nine credits towards the completion of the Bachelor of Science program.

For those Bachelor of Science students majoring in Behavioral Studies and enrolled in the dual degree program in Organizational Management & Human Resource Development, no more than sixty-six credits will be transferred, since an additional nine required credits will be earned in the graduate program. Students who wish to be admitted to the program must have and maintain a grade point average of 3.25.

The three 3-credit graduate courses are:

  • OMHR 5001 Overview of the Human Resources Field
  • OMHR 5002 Financial Aspects of Human Resource Management
  • OMHR 5004 Organizational Development and Behavior