Gain Expertise to Make Confident Legal Decisions at Work

Human Resources Management

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15:1

Student : Faculty Ratio

100%

Online Courses

30

Unit Program

20

Months (Start to Finish)

Why Choose Trinity’s MLS Human Resource Management Track?

About The Programs

Working in HR today means you will be bombarded with legal questions and governmental regulations on a daily basis. With so much responsibility, you can’t afford to feel unprepared. By giving you an understanding of law as it relates to your role in HR, Trinity’s Master of Legal Studies in Human Resources Management arms you with the skills to confidently guide a company professionally and with integrity.

Classes Work With Your Schedule

Trinity’s MLS is 100% online, making it easy to balance your coursework with the rest of your life. Classes are taken one at a time, allowing you to finish your degree in less than two years.

Affordable

Low tuition, combined with scholarships and federal financial aid, makes earning your MLS a reality.

Trinity Law School

Over the years, MBA degrees have been the “go to” degree for career advancement. The problem is that so many job hunters have MBAs, it is hard to stand out. As workplace litigation and governmental regulations have increased, both for-profit and non-profit companies place great value on employees with an understanding of the law. The MLS not only gives you many of the skills taught in an MBA, but also prepares you to navigate your company through dangerous legal waters.

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Juan Salas

Trinity Law School Alumni

“God calls us to be good examples and a light to others by being well trained, ethical, and hard workers at all times. The Holy Spirit gives me what I need to be the light, but Trinity gave me what I need to be the example.”

Take the First Step

Now is the time to make your move. Request more information to learn about how Trinity’s MLS can help you get where you want to be.

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