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A Master of Science, or MSc, is an internationally recognized postgraduate academic achievement bestowed upon those who complete predetermined coursework in a given science-related field. Some participants take these programs to expand their employment opportunities, while others take them as a means to pursuing a higher academic designation down the line.

Just what is an MSc in Employment Relations? This comprehensive course of study prepares participants for a broad range of lucrative positions, and includes careful review and development of numerous topics and skills that are desirable to today’s global companies. Students in these programs should expect careful review of issues related to employee benefits and compensation, ethics and employment and labor laws, as well as an overview of common staffing, training and development techniques of interest to today’s employers.

Students who successfully complete a Master of Science in Employment Relations are generally ready to take on an assortment of high-paying, upper-level positions across a variety of global industries. Master’s degree-holders are often able to command higher salaries than, and are often hired over, those with lesser academic degrees.

There is substantial variation in the cost of obtaining a Master of Science in Employment Relations. Students are encouraged to consult with each potential school of interest for current tuition rates.

A Master in Employment Relations prepares graduates for work within a wide variety of international organizations and corporations. Many graduates pursue upper-level positions as human resources directors and managers, compensation and benefits managers or as training and development specialists. Others go on to work in legal capacities as arbitrators, mediators or contract negotiators. Others yet use the master’s degree as a steppingstone toward a higher academic degree.

Those interested in earning an advanced degree in the growing field of employment relations should review the numerous related educational opportunities available worldwide through our database. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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IAE Aix Graduate School of Management

Created in 1978, this programme, which was pioneered in France, offers the possibility to obtain two degrees: the Master's in Human Resources Management and the Universit ... [+]

MSc in Human Resources and Relationship Management

This program requires proficiency in English and French.

Created in 1978, this programme, which was pioneered in France, offers the possibility to obtain two degrees: the Master's in Human Resources Management and the University Diploma in Relational Management.

The objective of this full-time programme is to give a dual competence to future DRH or HR specialists. The first is a confirmed capacity for relations, listening, leadership, negotiation, all through an indispensable personal self-knowledge. The second aptitude is having an excellent mastery of the "management" rather than the "administrative" tools of HR.

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France Aix-en-Provence
September 2019
Full-time
1 - 2 years
Campus
Faculty of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

This programme allows students to mix and match subjects to suit their personal growth and training needs ... [+]

Master of Science in Management - Human Resource Management

This programme allows students to mix and match subjects to suit their personal growth and training needs.

For those who are interested in a general management education, they may opt for subjects covering issues such as corporate strategy, leading change, global business and managing diversity.

For those who are seeking specialist careers in human resource management, they may opt for, for example, training and development, pay and benefits, employee relations, and human resource development.

Programme Details

To graduate, students need to complete 31 credits. There are two routes for attaining these 31 credits:... [-]

Hong Kong Hung Hom
Open Enrollment
Full-time
Part-time
1.5 - 5 years
Campus
Warwick Business School

Join us to gain a thorough understanding of all aspects of human resource management and employment relations. Discover the value of HRM and employment relations in a wid ... [+]

Explore contemporary issues in workplace management & employment relations in a global context

Join us to gain a thorough understanding of all aspects of human resource management and employment relations. Discover the value of HRM and employment relations in a wider global context, tailor the course to your particular interests in these fields, and gain new perspectives from your fellow students.

One of only two UK business schools that participate in the MEST (Master Européen en Sciences du Travail) network, you will meet and study with fellow European students in your second term.

Gain a CIPD qualificationOur course includes full Chartered Institute for Personnel & Development (CIPD) accreditation, offering you the opportunity to gain a Level 7 (Advanced Certificate) CIPD qualification while you study.... [-]

United Kingdom Coventry
August 2019
Full-time
12 months
Campus
Loughborough University School of Business and Economics

This programme is especially suitable for students wishing to gain an in-depth understanding of the field of employment relations as preparation for a career in Employmen ... [+]

This programme is especially suitable for students wishing to gain an in-depth understanding of the field of employment relations as preparation for a career in Employment Relations, Labour Relations or related fields.

In addition to providing students with a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of Employment Relations it is anticipated that on completion of the programme students will also meet the knowledge requirements for chartered membership of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR, Employment Relations and related professions in the UK.

Taught by academics with a strong track record in both Employment Relations related research and practical experience of Employment Relations and HRM, the programme focuses on developing critical thinking and analytical skills alongside of the more practical skills required for a career in Employment Relations and HR.... [-]

United Kingdom Loughborough
October 2019
Full-time
1 year
Campus