Find Masters Programs in Employment Relations in Africa 2019
A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Employment relations is a broad field encompassing others such as law, finance, management, interpersonal communication and organizational behavior. Professionals must navigate applicable aspects in their organization to keep and develop its talent while pursuing its larger goals.
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Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This
Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This qualification will further provide the student with the opportunity to display competence in the application of related research methodology and the research process and findings.
The student who is in possession of a BCom Honours qualification on NQF Level 7 or 8 may apply. The Dean of the Faculty of Management may refuse a student admission to the Master’s qualification, if of the opinion that the student’s academic background is inadequate.
Duration of programme
Full-time: 1-year minimum, 2 years maximum
Part-time: 2 years minimum, 3 years maximum