MSc Human and Organisational Capacity Building
This is a unique degree that takes you well beyond human resources management into strategic management and organisational capacity building. It prepares you for a professional career in HR, capacity building and managing change.
This Masters' degree provides students and practitioners with a systematic understanding of building capacity within organisations to modernise and enable them to deliver and implement development programmes.
It combines the study of human resources management and development with an understanding of how to manage change and reform in organisations. This is further supported through the acquisition of specific skills for project and programme management. Therefore this course will suit students already working in or seeking to work in bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the public sector, private enterprises, SMEs, consultancy and third sector organisations.
This course aims to develop an in-depth understanding oftheoretical concepts for human and organisational capacity building, as well as developing innovative initiatives when developing human resources, and leading and managing projects.
All our Masters' programmes encourage students to develop their learning skills, personal and transferable skills for communication, research and planning, and the knowledge and skills to become a reflective and critical practitioner.
A typical application would include a good Honours degree or equivalent. However the University welcomes applications from all potential students regardless of their previous academic experience; offers are made following detailed consideration of each individual application.
Level of English Required
IELTS at 6.0 or the equivalent
Fees & Finance
Tuition Fee is £4,900 per course for UK domiciled students
Last updated August 6, 2015