The Master of Arts (MA) in International Management is a 4-semester program designed to build upon your existing undergraduate studies enabling you to pursue a broader range of careers in business. Consisting of courses in finance, international marketing, management accounting, operations, ethics, organizational behavior and human resources, the program prepares you to excel in an ever-evolving and international workplace.
All courses are taught in English, with a range of teaching methodologies which are reminiscent of undergraduate teachings such as presentations and group projects coupled with real-world examples and case studies. The program provides a scope for greater specialization, with a precise academic and theoretical framework designed to help you become an expert in international management. This allows you to apply to more specialized roles and offers better preparation for a Ph.D. program in the future.
Every organization requires suitable and talented individuals to carry out business processes. Human resource professionals aspire to bring in leadership and development to companies most crucial assets – its employees.
With the evolution of Human Resource Management as a field in business, companies have recognized the psychological complexities of individuals who are at the heart of the organization. Providing direction, goals and the vision to your workforce enriches the human aspect of employee management.
Successful implementation of projects and increasing levels of performance of international teams depend highly on the strategic planning and approach of HR managers.
The Human Resources specialization teaches:
- Methodologies and approaches to recruitment and retention of ideal individuals.
- How to nurture and develop the skills and qualities of employees and teams.
- Processes of hiring, interviewing, employee benefit's management.
- Developing attractive positions and communicating your organization as a desirable employer.
- The concepts of health and safety and motivation of employees.
- Comparative Human Resource Management.
- Research Methods for International and Comparative Human Resource Management.
- International Assessment Centers in Selection and Training.
- Current Issues in International Human Resource Management.
- International HR Strategy.
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