Master in Human Resource Management in Oceania

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Human Resource Management

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

To study human resource management is to prepare oneself for managing and leading employees at various kinds of organizations. When working toward this kind of degree, students take classes that focus on different aspects of the field, such as creating ROIs, conflict management, labor relations, and building work teams.

 

Oceania consists of islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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Master of Human Resource Management (Online)

RMIT University: Online
Online Part time 2 years October 2017 Australia Melbourne

Our Master of HR Management will provide you with the tools necessary to contribute to businesses of every scale, from small enterprises to multinational corporations, in an evolving global business landscape. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management in Oceania 2017. Our Master of HR Management will provide you with the tools necessary to contribute to businesses of every scale, from small enterprises to multinational corporations, in an evolving global business landscape. You’ll understand how to tackle common and complex HR problems, address issues and critically evaluate real-world situations. You will learn how to: build exceptional teams and take on high-level managerial roles identify and find solutions to legal, ethical, social, economic and environmental challenges focus on applicable workplace principles in a global context develop the strategic knowledge necessary for a successful career in HR management Unlike other human resources degrees, the RMIT Master of HR Management program focuses on relevant case studies applicable to global workforces. Instead of locally-based policy examination and administrative work, we equip you with the formal qualification and specialised skills to manage real workplace issues and grow your organisation, as well as your career. What you will study:
 Key Concepts in Human Resource Management Professional Human Resource Management Practices People and Organisations Employment Law Strategic Human Resource Development Employment Relations from a Global Perspective Contemporary Issues in Strategic Human Resource Management Global Human Resource Management Business Research Design Issues in Diversity Human Resource Management for Entrepreneurship and Innovation 
 And one elective from either of the following programs: Master of Marketing Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management The benefits of studying online with RMIT Study while you work full-time RMIT’s accelerated online program prepares you for greater career success, while you continue to work full time. This flexible approach to postgraduate study offers more opportunity to carry on with life commitments while advancing your career. Finish sooner You can enrol into any of our six study periods throughout the year; each study period is seven weeks long. So whether you need to fit your study around work, family, or treks through the Himalayas, you can create a timetable that suits you. No on-campus exams or lectures 
While you will have online assessments, the Master of Human Resources Management delivers a convenient online program without the requirement for on-campus attendance and traditional exams. All lecture material and content is delivered direct to you through an interactive online learning platform, wherever you are. Access to world-class academics Our online program is developed and led by renowned academics and industry leaders who possess the most up-to-date knowledge to equip you to tackle management challenges. We’ve simply optimised our on-campus content for the digital classroom to make studying more achievable for busy lifestyles. Work-connected learning 
The driving force behind our program is the industry connections you’ll make while studying. Learn from renowned academics and industry leaders, while guided by a notable advisory board of executives. This means that what you learn can be applied to your work immediately. Dedicated support and assistance Our study concierges are experts in student support and will be with you every step of the way, available to help you throughout your study journey. Students will receive one-on-one guidance, assistance and motivation as well as help you access any tools, resources or services you need, and help you achieve your study goals. Program intakes 6 intakes annually (October, January, March, May, July and September). Nested qualifications In addition, our Master of HR Management encompasses courses that make up our Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma, so if you need to exit the program early, you can earn a postgraduate qualification by successfully completing specified courses. The Graduate Certificate is also a pathway to the masters for some students (see entry requirements). Entry requirements Australian bachelor degree or equivalent, or higher level qualification, in a business (or related) discipline from a recognised tertiary institution; or RMIT Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management. Applicants with a degree in a non-business or related discipline need to apply for the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource. Management to complete the Masters degree in two years accelerated part-time mode. [-]

Master of Human Resources Development

Universitas Airlangga
Campus Full time 3 semesters July 2017 Indonesia Surabaya

This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. [+]

Objective : This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. Course Description : The program consists of 39 credit, which divides into three semesters. The students must able to design one final research at the end of the program. Furthermore, the program has selected range of courses, including of which, Philosophy of social science, Management of Human Resources Development, Personality development, Theory of Human Resources , Competency development, Training system, Research proposal, Research thesis. The program itself, in addition offers three specific areas, namely: Government area, Industries and business area and Family and society. Outcome :his study program will produce graduates who are able to apply the principles of human resources development both  in the organisation and the community. The graduate will also be able to analyse the individual aspects, organisational and community for improving the performance. Moreover, They will be able to develop models of human resources application. [-]

Master Européen Management des Ressources Humaines

INEAD
Online 2 years Open Enrollment France France Online Morocco Morocco Online Guadeloupe (Fr.) Guadeloupe Online Belgium Belgium Online Algeria Algeria Online Martinique (Fr.) Martinique Online Switzerland Switzerland Online Democratic Republic of Congo Congo DRC (Zaire) Online Reunion (Fr.) Reunion Online Luxembourg Luxembourg Online Congo Congo ROC (Brazzaville) Online Mauritius Mauritius Online Canada Canada Online Niger Niger Online French Polynesia French Polynesia Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Senegal Senegal Online Tunisia Tunisia Online French Guiana French Guiana Online Côte d'Ivoire Cote d'Ivoire Online + 37 more

Master Européen** délivré par la Fédération Européenne des Ecoles (FEDE) – Association régie par le droit suisse (CCS.art 60-79). [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management in Oceania 2017. Master Européen** délivré par la Fédération Européenne des Ecoles (FEDE) – Association régie par le droit suisse (CCS.art 60-79). UNE FORMATION, DES OBJECTIFS Identifier et comprendre les enjeux professionnels interculturels de l’Europe Connaître le Droit du Travail et des Sociétés Approfondir la gestion financière d’un projet et le management d’équipe Assimiler les méthodes de communication interne, l’administration du personnel et la politique de Rémunération Appréhender la gestion prévisionnelle des emplois et des compétences (GPEC) Maîtriser la psychologie du travail et l’ergonomie Suivre une spécialité en formation ou en recrutement UN MÉTIER Responsable formation Responsable recrutement Chef de projets Consultant RH Responsable RH Responsable du développement des Ressources Humaines PROGRAMME Stages: Stage ou mission en entreprise : de 6 à 12 semaines en 1ère année 12 semaines en 2ème année Ou en alternance (nous consulter) Langue vivante : 1 langue obligatoire 1 langue supplémentaire en option Spécialités : Formation Recrutement INFORMATION PRATIQUES Conditions d'admission: Niveau II (bac+3) 180 crédits ECTS Sur dossier Examens: Plusieurs sessions par an organisées dans des centres partenaires FEDE (France et monde) Niveau De Sortie : Bac +5 [-]

Master Européen de Management des Ressources Humaines

ESOAD
Online Full time Part time 2 years Open Enrollment Mauritius Mauritius Online Switzerland Switzerland Online Canada Canada Online Luxembourg Luxembourg Online Algeria Algeria Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Tunisia Tunisia Online Martinique (Fr.) Martinique Online Morocco Morocco Online Reunion (Fr.) Reunion Online France France Online French Guiana French Guiana Online Guadeloupe (Fr.) Guadeloupe Online Belgium Belgium Online French Polynesia French Polynesia Online + 29 more

Le MASTER Européen s’adresse prioritairement à des étudiants ayant validé un diplôme de niveau II (bac +3) dans les domaines de la gestion des ressources humaines, de la psychologie, de la sociologie ou en droit du travail. [+]

Le MASTER Européen s’adresse prioritairement à des étudiants ayant validé un diplôme de niveau II (bac +3) dans les domaines de la gestion des ressources humaines, de la psychologie, de la sociologie ou en droit du travail. Deux modules de spécialité sont proposés aux étudiants qui pourront ainsi se spécialiser au cours de la deuxième année de MASTER Européen : Spécialité Formation, Spécialité Recrutement. Votre Profil Faculté d’écoute, de dialogue et de contact, disposer d’une réelle culture de l’entreprise et ses rouages, être organisé. Acquérir les compétences suivantes : Gestion des situations conflictuelles avec les syndicats Management des Ressources Humaines d’une entreprise Gestion des processus liés aux Ressources Humaines Aptitude à la négociation de projets, au management et à la prise en compte des facteurs économiques, normatifs et législatifs Aptitude à la responsabilité au sein d’organisations Mise en place des dispositifs de prévention des conflits Structure du programme Management des Ressources Humaines – Master I UC 4/5 – Les entreprises, la concurrence et l’Europe UC B4 – Langue Vivante Européenne UC D 41.1 Environnement Juridique Droit du travail Introduction au droit des sociétés UC D 41.2 Management des ressources humaines Gestion financière d’un projet Management d’équipe Pratique de la gestion des ressources humaines UC D42 Mission ou Projet Professionnel : Mission : Stage en entreprise ou emploi salarié. Management des Ressources Humaines – Master II UC B5 – Langue Vivante Européenne UC D51 – Stratégies RH Mobilité internationale Communication interne Administration du personnel et politique de rémunération, Initiation à la psychologie du travail et à l’ergonomie UC D52 – Enseignement de spécialité Formation ou recrutement UCD 53 - Thèse professionnelle Stage Une période de stage d’une durée de 6 à 12 semaines est réalisable, mais non obligatoire. Les candidats n’ayant pas la possibilité d'accomplir un stage enentreprise peuvent appuyer leur mémoire sur des travaux théoriques. Dans ce cas, le projet de mémoire est à déterminé avec votre professeur référent. Témoignage Alumni: [-]

Master of Human Resource Management

The University of Newcastle, GradSchool (Online)
Campus or Online Full time Part time May 2017 Australia Newcastle

A Master of Human Resource Management through the University of Newcastle offers a strategically developed program that will challenge your approach to human resource management, enhance your ability to think and act analytically as well as master your strategic capabilities. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management in Oceania 2017. A Master of Human Resource Management (HRM) degree from the University of Newcastle develops in graduates the knowledge and practical skills to become an effective, ethical and successful practitioner in human resource management (HRM) and/or employment relations (ER), working in business, government, consulting or community sector organisations. The Master of Human Resource Management can be studied face-to-face at the Newcastle City Precinct, online or a combination of the two. This allows you to achieve a postgraduate qualification whilst balancing your professional and personal commitments through study designed for life. MHRM students at Newcastle are highly diverse in life and work experience, and come from many countries. We value and draw upon this diversity to make it a genuine source of learning for you, whether you are studying in the classroom or on-line. We expect the highest standards from our students. If you would like to undertake a rigorous but practical program that builds your skills and well as your knowledge, and challenges you to do your best, this Program is for you. The Master of Human Resource Management is one of the few programs that recognises relevant professional experience and may result in credit being granted for up to four courses. This means you could reduce your study by up to a third! Is it for you? The Master of HRM program at the University of Newcastle carefully balances theory and practice. HRM and ER professionals work in roles as advisors to and advocates for, as well as managers of, people. In these roles, they are frequently required to find a solution to organisational challenges in the face of plural, often conflicting, interests and strongly held views. HRM and ER professionals must be able to put a strong and reasoned argument for a particular way forward, based on a deep understanding of relevant theory as well as a practical understanding of the problem and its context. In many ways, this will be their most critical role at work. The approach you will take to learning in this program builds mastery in this role, developing your confidence and competence and preparing you well for a career in HRM. A Master of Human Resource Management through the University of Newcastle is designed to meet the diverse needs of students through: a research-led curriculum, taught by highly qualified and experienced teachers, supported by the Professor of Employment Studies strong engagement with the profession, driven by an active Industry Advisory Committee comprising representatives from business, unions, the public sector and government; use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and other active learning techniques to build collaborative, research, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and developing students’ confidence and competence; practical, ‘real-world’ exercises and assessments, drawn from a range of sectors, industries and countries, to better prepare graduates for their future workplaces; and on-line, blending learning and intensively taught course formats to optimise flexibility for students. Surveys seeking student and graduate feedback on post-graduate programs have found that overall student satisfaction with the on-campus MHRM Program was 95% in 2011, and 92% in 2013. Staff members teaching in the MHRM program have received National, University and Faculty Teaching Excellence Awards, and use their strong relationships with government and industry to organise ‘real-world’ assessments, guest lectures, sites visits and research projects. Career Pathways The Master of Human Resource Management program is comprehensive, contemporary and practical. It will develop your professional expertise in the processes and application of human resource management and employment relations. The program will provide you with depth of knowledge in the field and simultaneously build your skills in addressing workplace challenges, and developing and managing people. Once having completed the Master of Human Resource Management at the University of Newcastle, you will be differentiated by your practical approach and problem-solving ability. You will be able to apply relevant, rigorous HRM and ER theory to a variety of contexts; and develop and implement evidence-based strategies to address individual, group and organisational challenges. You will be confident in your ability to know and apply the ‘rules’ of HRM and ER, and be able to deal with conflict constructively. You will be able to make a genuinely strategic contribution to the success of any organisation in which you work. If you are looking to enter a management role, the Master of Human Resource Management program will give you the edge you need. Our graduates have gone on to work successfully in local, national and multinational organisations; in Australia, China, the Philippines, Botswana, Saudi Arabia, Germany and elsewhere; as HR or ER managers, consultants, policy-makers, and employee or employee representatives; and in sectors including mining, local and national government, banking/insurance, professional services, education, and manufacturing. If you have not worked in HRM or ER before, this degree will provide a springboard for appointment to roles such as: Human Resources Officer or Adviser Union official or Employer Organisation Advisor Change Management Consultant Graduate Recruitment Consultant Human Resources Manager If you have more prior work experience, especially in HRM or ER roles, this degree will prepare you to lead others in a position such as: Human Resources Manager for large organisation Organisation Development or Effectiveness Manager Employment Relations (ER) or Industrial Relations Manager Senior Consultant in an HR-related business Human Resources Director Senior Union official or Senior Employer Organisation Advisor Policy Advisor to government. Admission Requirements There are two pathways into the Master of Human Resource Management. Direct entry into the Masters Program (120 units) will be available for applicants who have: 3 year Bachelors Degree in the discipline; or 3 year Bachelors Degree not in the discipline + 1 year relevant business experience; or At least 7 years business experience, including 2 years in a management position. Students entering via this pathway are able to complete 4 courses per trimester, and are able to complete courses in any sequence they wish, that is consistent with course prerequisites. Applicants with an Honours degree in the cognate area or equivalent relevant qualifications at level 8 or above will be given appropriate recognition of prior learning. The alternate pathway is through the Graduate Certificate (40 units) which will be available for applicants who have: 3 year Bachelors Degree not in the discipline; or 3 year Diploma in the discipline; or 3 year Diploma not in the discipline + 1 year relevant business experience; or 2 year Diploma in the discipline + 2 years relevant business experience; or 2 year Diploma not in the discipline + 3 years relevant business experience; or At least 5 years business experience. Students entering via this pathway will be required to: Complete the Graduate Certificate over a minimum of two trimesters (typically 20 units per trimester); and Successfully complete a Business Academic Skills Program (BASP) which will be of 6 weeks duration. The BASP will be non-fee based and can be completed concurrently with courses in the Graduate Certificate. Only after the successful completion of the Graduate Certificate and the academic skills program will students be eligible to formally enrol in the Masters Program. Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements Applicants who do not speak English as a first language must demonstrate that they meet the University's English proficiency requirement. Further information regarding English language proficiency requirements can be found at the English Language Proficiency for Admission Policy at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/policy-library/document?RecordNumber=D15/15438 [-]

Master of Human Resources Management

University of Newcastle
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Australia Newcastle

The purpose of this program is to educate human resource management (HRM) and employment relations (ER) professionals. You will learn to make well-informed decisions about motivating and managing people, allowing them to make a significant strategic contribution to their organisations. [+]

Your future

Graduates can start their careers or improve their current positions in specialist human resource management (HRM) or employment relations (ER) roles. The program provides the necessary professional knowledge, as well as specific skills training in areas such as negotiation, advocacy, organisational design, research and analysis, training and evaluation, and communication. The Master of HRM prepares graduates for positions in HRM, strategic planning, organisational development, industrial relations, communications, remuneration, learning, program evaluation, and policy development.

Our program is highly regarded. We have an active and distinguished Industry Advisory Committee providing advice on new and existing courses and facilitating our strong professional links to industry and community. Many of our Australian graduates are in senior HRM/ER roles in leading Newcastle and NSW organisations, and many of our international students have returned to impressive careers in their home countries.... [-]