This track focuses on personnel psychology, the discipline that examines individual processes within the organization. It is the study of how organisations hire and retain the right people for the right job.
- How do you recruit and select the right people for the right job?
- What are the best ways to retain, reward, and assess people?
- Do you influence your career choices or are they determined by others?
- What is required for a successful career these days and how can you help people achieve that?
Questions such as these are explored in the Human Resource & Career Management track.
Important topics in this field are:
- Psychological assessment and personnel selection
- Employee retention
- Performance appraisal
- Career development
- Career planning
- Job market skills
In addition to the internship and thesis, the tracks consists of the following required courses:
- HRM and psychological assessment
- Career management
- Methodology: Analyzing, presenting, and scientific writing
And one of the following elective courses:
- Judgment and decision making in organizations
- Team development through action research
Study materials, teaching, and exams will be in English. Exams may be answered in English or Dutch. Working groups, tutorials, practical training, and assignments will be in English or Dutch depending on the student group.
- HR consultant on topics such as recruitment, personnel selection and assessment, talent management, job evaluations, remuneration structures, performance management, and motivating and retaining employees
- HR employee
- Recruitment consultant
- Career advisor
- Learning & development consultant
- Selection psychologist
- Research & Development consultant in the field of test development and innovation
- Researcher focusing on issues such as careers, recruitment, personnel selection, socialization, or engagement
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Last updated October 12, 2018