Masters Programs in Human Resource Management

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Human Resource Management

A master’s degree is a globally-recognized academic achievement that advances the skills obtained in a related bachelor’s degree course of study. Students admitted to master’s degree programs have generally already completed higher education coursework across an array of disciplines, including, but not limited to, history, the humanities, English, basic mathematics, philosophy, fine arts, theology and social sciences.

Just what is a Master in Human Resource Management? This rigorous program typically takes between one and two years to complete and teaches students a wide range of human resource-related competencies that are highly desirable to companies across the globe. In addition to offering an overview of the worldwide business environment, this thorough course of study teaches students staffing techniques and considerations, various methods of becoming an effective leader, how to make important workforce-related decisions and how to fulfill the human resources needs of companies trying to make it in today’s modern business world.

Students who successfully complete a Master in Human Resource Management program are prepared for work in an extremely broad range of competitive global companies and can often command higher salaries than their less-educated career competitors.

The cost of obtaining a Master in Human Resource Management varies substantially from school to school and by geographic region, so it’s advised that interested students contact each individual school of interest for relevant tuition information.

Successful graduates of a Master in Human Resource Management program are prepared for a wide variety of well-paying positions. Many go on to find work as human resource consultants, managers, specialists and business analysts, while others pursue work as labor relations or performance management specialists, staffing professionals or talent acquisition specialists and managers.

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Master In Organizations And Human Resources Management

Université Internationale de Casablanca
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Morocco Casablanca

The Organizations and Human Resources Management Department offers a two-year training course (M1 and M2) of 2 semesters each; Ie 4 semesters. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. The Organizations and Human Resources Management Department offers a two-year training course (M1 and M2) of 2 semesters each; Ie 4 semesters. It is a training course that allows students to acquire in-depth knowledge in various fields related to the management, understanding of organizations and work psychology and more specifically to develop a know-how in human resources management Operationally. The future manager will learn, through theoretical courses, directed work and personal work, to: Manages career management and employee development; Evaluate and evolve its employees; Developing an organizational culture based on efficiency and managing change; Develop a working knowledge of human resources management tools. Admissions in M1 Access to the first year of the Master (M1) requires a Bachelor's degree in Management and Economics or an equivalent degree (Bac +3) in management or other similar formations whose relevance will be assessed by the " educational team. TERMS OF ACCESS The selection follows: Case Study French test: drafting test English test: For UIC graduates: B1 CEFR Level test For graduates from other institutions: B2 CEFR Level test Oral talk about the general culture and the potential of the student to succeed in the chosen Master. OPPORTUNITIES The aim of this training course is to train future human resource managers in major national and international structures, who may be in charge of human resources management, recruitment, training and consulting. [-]

Master's Degree In Human Resource Management

IMF Business School
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time September 2017 Spain Madrid

The Master's Degree in Human Resources Cela Open Institute has the support of the Central Association of Human Resource Management (AEDIPE Center), which brings together all the associated professionals Madrid, Castilla y Leon, Castilla La Mancha, Extremadura, Murcia, the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. In addition to credit their learning outcomes monitoring and system reliability evaluation of the Master, this active entity promotes the generation of knowledge about the profession and worries about spread among its members. [+]

The Master's Degree in Human Resources Cela Open Institute has the support of the Central Association of Human Resource Management (AEDIPE Center), which brings together all the associated professionals Madrid, Castilla y Leon, Castilla La Mancha, Extremadura, Murcia, the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. In addition to credit their learning outcomes monitoring and system reliability evaluation of the Master, this active entity promotes the generation of knowledge about the profession and worries about spread among its members. This added value is projected onto the Master studies and is a source of initiatives to improve its teaching quality, while contributing to the development of the Master Plan Research Center. ADDRESSED TO: University graduates looking to specialize or deepen an acquisition of competence in managing the resources of people in the workplace, or graduates specializing in the field of human resources and wish to expand their knowledge. Methodology and Evaluation METHODOLOGY This Master of Cela Open Institute (IOC) is provided under online mode. During the duration, the first day of each month start all program materials, so that students can access the study any of the school months. The subjects are studied in succession and never simultaneously, allowing the student to focus attention on a single subject, doing all his work, exercises, readings, video conferencing ... All training activities are carried out under strict control of times dedication as well as a rigorous teacher control, so that all requirements and deadlines are viable. COI Each student is assigned a personal tutor who... [-]

Master's Degree In Management

Universidade de Évora
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Portugal Évora

This course has as its main objective, to provide students with adequate and solid scientific background; enhance problem-solving skills; develop reasoning ability. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. PRESENTATION This course has as its main objective, to provide students with adequate and solid scientific background; enhance problem-solving skills; developing the argument capacity; Foster the creation of self-employment; stimulate interdisciplinary thinking; develop scientific research capacity; develop the capacity to implement and use of ICT management support; develop skills in self-directed or autonomous mode learning. Diponíveisl has the following areas of specialization (every year are indicated ones work): Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Organization and Information Systems, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, General Government, Human Resources. Careers Direction Mid positions, management functions, Entrepreneurs, Specialized Technical Advisory Functions, Public Management functions, obtaining ECTS to access OTOC. [-]

MA In Human Resource Management

Universidade Europeia
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2017 Portugal Lisbon

The MSc in Human Resource Management aims to prepare the student to respond to challenges in the ability to recruit, maintain and train employees who are motivated and committed to their work, who identify with the mission and objectives of the organization, ensuring that HR policies and Business objectives are aligned. [+]

The MSc in Human Resource Management Aims to prepare the student to meet challenges in the ability to recruit, retain and train motivated and committed employees in their work, to identify themselves with the organization's mission and objectives, ensuring that HR policies and business objectives are aligned. Main benefits of this masters program: Adapting to the current needs of the labor market; Focus on strategic planning, behavioral management and organizational change project development; Strong link between human resources management and organizational objectives; Internship in the 2nd semester for students without professional experience. [-]

Master's Degree In Human Resources (Milan) - Italian Path

Il Sole 24 ORE Business School
Campus Full time 10 months October 2017 Italy Milan

The Master full time Human Resources provides organization models, new management tools of employment and human resources development. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. The Master full time Human Resources provides organization models, new management tools of employment and human resources development. TARGET The objective of the Master of Human Resources is to provide young graduates with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to operate effectively within the personal directions of national and multinational companies and management consulting firm. STRUCTURE The Master, in limited numbers and compulsory attendance and full-time, is a full time course with a total duration of 10 months of training including: 6 months of classroom 4 months internship PROGRAM The Master's HR program follows a modular structure and offers a complete and thorough overview of the issues of HR management. Among the topics covered, are therefore in the legal and administrative aspects of personnel management, the themes related to the selection, organizational development, assessment, staff training and reward system. The itinerary aspects related to internal communication and knowledge management, diversity management, and the most innovative tools for managing organizational change, all key to the development of the business system in the current economic scenario. The Master has been further enhanced by a custom route guidance to the profession and updated on the new opportunities offered by the Web in the world of HR. They are also part of the training managerial seminars dedicated to the development of interpersonal skills and an HR Inglese course with native speakers. STAGE At the end of the classroom phase is scheduled to hiring as trainees for a period of... [-]

Master in Human Resource Management

University of Minho - School of Economics and Management
Campus Full time Part time October 2017 Portugal Braga

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the demanding and challenging role of choosing, motivating, evaluating, rewarding and developing individuals who make it possible. The skills required for strengthening the competitive position of companies in the open-market context are increasingly diverse, but simultaneously changeable and dynamic because of the ongoing effort to steer change and response to new solicitations. [+]

Justification and Purpose Nowadays, people are unanimously considered as the company’s most valuable asset. The profound changes resulting from globalisation, deregulation of markets and technological advances have driven businesses and organisations, in general, toward change and constant upgrading to meet the new environmental conditions. The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the demanding and challenging role of choosing, motivating, evaluating, rewarding and developing individuals who make it possible. The skills required for strengthening the competitive position of companies in the open-market context are increasingly diverse, but simultaneously changeable and dynamic because of the ongoing effort to steer change and response to new solicitations. Therefore, we envision to endow future Human Resource Management Professionals with: The ability to understand the theoretical developments and critical analysis of human resource management issues in organisational contexts, which constitute the basis for development and/or original applications in this field; The ability to understand and solve human resource management problems in new and unfamiliar situations. In their role of human resource managers, they become agents of change whilst strengthening and improving performance and the organisational well-being as well; The ability to integrate knowledge, deal with complex issues, develop solutions or produce criticism in limited or incomplete information situations, including reflections on the ethical and social responsibilities that result from or condition these solutions and critical judgements. The ability to report their findings and underlying knowledge and reasoning in a clear and unambiguous manner; The development of lifelong self-learning skills. We aim at giving everyone the chance... [-]

Master of Arts in Human Resources & Industrial Relations

Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 4 years September 2017 USA Minneapolis + 1 more

The Master of Arts in Human Resources and Industrial Relations is widely considered to be one of the top programs of its kind in the nation and is available through a full-time or part-time option. Taught by world-renowned faculty, the curriculum gives students a thorough understanding of contemporary HR practices and the underlying theories that are necessary for successful careers in the field. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. The Master of Arts in Human Resources and Industrial Relations is widely considered to be one of the top programs of its kind in the nation and is available through a full-time or part-time option. Taught by world-renowned faculty, the curriculum gives students a thorough understanding of contemporary HR practices and the underlying theories that are necessary for successful careers in the field. A Dynamic Field of Study The field of human resources and industrial relations encompasses all aspects of the employment relationship, from human resource management to labor relations and beyond. By blending theory and practice, our degree programs provide our full-time and part-time students with a multi-disciplinary foundation in economics, psychology, business, ethics, culture, and law. The program's 60-year connection to the HR community translates into diverse opportunities for students and alumni. Local, national, and international companies recruit our students for a full array of HR positions to be the next generation of HR leaders. The Evening HR Masters Program enrolls talented and experienced professionals from diverse backgrounds that enrich the student experience and provide networking opportunities, before and after graduation. Current research and practice issues include: How organizations empower employees and unleash intellectual capital to succeed in the global economy. How HR professionals move beyond administration to become strategic business partners. How the field of HRIR provides leadership as organizations reinvent themselves to focus on core competencies? How employment is becoming more family-friendly, flexible, and responsive. How to create public policies and... [-]

Human Resources Master

Meliusform Business School
Campus or Online Part time 5 months November 2017 Italy Rome Milan + 1 more

The Human Resources Executive Master meets the training needs of those profiles that recognize HR as their career vocation and aim to acquire the specialist know-how needed to operate in the field. [+]

Organization, Selection, Training and Personnel Development 5 months - 22 lessons - 11 weekends - 88 hours of classroom Saturday Formula Lectures - from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm The Human Resources Executive Master meets the training needs of those profiles that recognize HR as their career vocation and aim to acquire the specialist know-how needed to operate in the field. The Executive Master, through a practical training course, allows you to form profiles that can: independently manage Personal Selecting processes, design and deliver training, develop human potential and master the core aspects of the Business Organization and Of Retributive Policies. At the end of the training course, delivered on Saturdays, participants will be accompanied by the placement office in the important search for opportunities for entry or retraining in the job market through appropriate training and targeted delivery of applications to partner companies. Structure 1st Module: CORPORATE ORGANIZATION 2nd Module: SELECTION OF PERSONNEL 3rd Module: FORMATING TRAINING 4th Module: DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN POTENTIAL 5th Module: RETRIBLE POLICIES AND BUSINESS WELFARE Goals The Master's objective is to train HR Specialists with a handy and knowhowable know-how and solid expertise on the issues of Staff Selection, Training, Evaluation, Development and Corporate Organization. At the end of the Master, participants will be able to understand the organizational logic of an enterprise and independently manage a Selection process, perform a Potential and Performance Assessment, build a Personnel Development Plan, and design the Training. These skills can be used both within the HR function... [-]

Executive Masters in Organisational Change

Ashridge Executive Education
Campus Part time 2 years October 2017 United Kingdom London

Change agents are facing volatile disruption in the world. This provides risks for many and opportunities for those that can sense, seize and adapt effectively. Many change practitioners have realised that change and innovation is predominantly a socio-technological phenomenon and that the standard approaches don't work back in their organisations. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. Change agents are facing volatile disruption in the world. This provides risks for many and opportunities for those that can sense, seize and adapt effectively. Many change practitioners have realised that change and innovation is predominantly a socio-technological phenomenon and that the standard approaches don't work back in their organisations. This two-year part-time programme has been designed by experienced practitioners to meet the needs of their peers. You will explore different perspectives on organisations, change and new approaches grounded in years of practical experience as well as sound academic research. Entry requirements: Bachelor degree, and a minimum of five years' experience in an organisational intervention role. Programme content You will gain a deeper understanding of the global challenges and issues that are shaping the territory of change. You will discover how a change agent can intervene complex systems, co-create cultures of change and innovation for a better world, and be given practical tools to help lead change and innovation back in the workplace. Ashridge encourages a step change in our participants' practice based on three things: a better understanding of the global challenges and trends and how this impacts their organisations a better understanding of change in complex systems and how to set the conditions for change and innovation a disciplined focus on application and how to work with change and innovation, accelerated through the practice of action research. Faculty Faculty leading the new Change Masters comprise experienced Change practitioners and consultants and are all... [-]

Master in Human Resource Management (MHRM)

American University of Beirut - AUB
Campus Full time 15 - 18 months October 2017 Lebanon Beirut USA New York + 2 more

The MHRM requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in 9 required courses (27 credits) and one (3 credit) industry project/practicum. The comprehensive industry project is rooted in applying analytical and conceptual skills, knowledge and tools to a real-time strategic HR problem. [+]

Program Overview The MHRM requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in 9 required courses (27 credits) and one (3 credit) industry project/practicum. The comprehensive industry project is rooted in applying analytical and conceptual skills, knowledge and tools to a real-time strategic HR problem. Admitted students not having an undergraduate degree in business will be required to take, prior to enrolling in the MHRM program, two pre-requisite courses (remedial courses) of 3 credits each. Program Delivery Participants normally complete the program in 15 – 18 months depending on their backgrounds. Classes are normally delivered in three full days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) every 3 weeks requiring approximately 1.25 years (15 months) for program completion. For students with non-business backgrounds, the program will require 36 credit hours or approximately 1.5 years (18 months) to complete. The Curriculum The graduate program consists of 9 core courses (3 credit hours each) and 1 comprehensive industry project.to be completed on a modular basis in a 15 month period the courses are as follows: Managing the Recruitment Process(3 Credits) Human Capital Training & Development (3 Credits) Compensation Management (3 Credits) Business Ethics and Sustainability (3 Credits) Leadership & Behavior in Organizations (3 Credits) Strategic HRM and Change Management (3 Credits) Professional HRM Challenges in the Middle East (3 Credits) HRM Best Practices in a Global Context (3 Credits) Organizational Research Design and Methods (3 Credits) MSHRM Project (3 Credits) Students not having an undergraduate degree in business will be required to take, prior to enrolling in... [-]

Master's Degree In Psychology Of Work, Organizations And Human Resources

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Campus or Online Full time 1 year September 2017 Spain Castellón

The goal is to prepare students in their classroom and distance learning, as competent professionals in psychology of work, organizations and human resources at the basic level (unsupervised). It combines professional and research orientation that allows access to doctoral studies. [+]

Masters in Human Resource Management. The goal is to prepare students in their classroom and distance learning, as competent professionals in psychology of work, organizations and human resources at the basic level (unsupervised). It combines professional and research orientation that allows access to doctoral studies. In addition, they are participating practitioners and researchers from recognized national and international prestige. It has the involvement of leading companies from an orientation inspired by the scientific and professional approach (ENOP) and R2P (Research to Practice), which assumes that a good professional preparation involves the acquisition of professional and research skills. Coordination: Isabel María Martínez Martínez and Susana Llorens Gumbau. Department of Psychology, Education, Social and Methodology. UJI. Number of credits: 60 ECTS credits Duration: one academic year (October 2017 / September 2018) Method: face / distance (October 2017 / September 2018) Language of teaching: Spanish Price: pending publication (2016: € 46.20 / credit) [-]

Master's Degree In Human Resource Management

ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics & Management
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Portugal Lisbon

Its main objectives are to provide the technical expertise and operational and strategic skills for proficient performance of duties in the areas of human resources management and people management in organizational environments. [+]

OBJECTIVES

The Master aims mainly to provide students with the technical knowledge and operational and strategic skills for proficient performance of duties in the areas of human resources management and people management in organizational environments.

RECIPIENTS

The Master is intended primarily to complete the formation of the first cycle provided by a degree in management and other social sciences. It is a master's professional nature, in order to ensure that students who complete this course enhancing its prospects of employability and future career.

ACCESS QUALIFICATIONS AND SELECTION CRITERIA

Applications are considered national academic degree holders or equivalent foreign to the 1st cycle in the areas of management and social sciences in general. Are also evaluated other candidates deemed suitable by the scientific and pedagogical commission. Candidates are assessed based on the final rating of the 1st cycle, curriculum analysis and a possible interview.... [-]


Master in Human Resources Management Part Time

ESCA School of Management
Campus Part time 15 months August 2017 Morocco Casablanca

This course aims to prepare managers to take responsibility for the HR function. It intends to participate in its professionalization, provide methodological tools for its mastery and develop the thinking on its [+]

Master in Human Resources ManagementThis course aims to prepare managers to take responsibility for the HR function. It intends to participate in its professionalization, provide methodological tools for its mastery and develop the thinking on its evolution and its practices. It concerns not only acquiring new skills but also connecting them as well as implementing them in a changing business environment.

Duration     15 months in part-time Admission     Application review + interview Format     Twice a week and Saturdays Degree     Grenoble School of Management Next term starts     October 2013 Admission requirements     Baccalaureate degree (+ 4 level) in Economics, Management, Computers, engineering or other equivalent degrees. ... [-]

Master’s Programme in Industrial and Employment Relations

Turin School of Development (International Training Centre of the ILO)
Online & Campus Combined Full time Open Enrollment Italy Turin

The Master’s Programme in Industrial and Employment Relations is offered by the International Training Centre of the ILO in collaboration with the University of Turin. A number of ILO leading experts will participate in the delivery of this programme. [+]

OBJECTIVES General objective The Master’s Programme is designed to provide a wide spectrum of knowledge and skills for those with professional interests in industrial and employment relations. In addition, participants will be exposed to international and comparative industrial and employment relations systems with a view to better understanding the implications for current industrial relations systems and practices. Specific objectives At the end of the Master’s Programme, participants will be able to: describe the industrial and employment relations systems with a comparative approach; apply tools and methodologies for effective labour-management relations at different levels of the economy from enterprise to the national and international level; advise government, employers’ and workers’ representatives on industrial and employment relations issues. critically reflect upon theoretical approaches and analyse their application to achieve effective industrial and employment relations strategies. apply multi-disciplinary knowledge to industrial relations-related decision making.ent relations issues. represent employers or workers in industrial relations, including negotiation, interpretation, and administration of collective agreements. assist employers or workers in conciliation/mediation procedures. PARTICIPANTS’ PROFILE AND REQUIREMENTS Participants' profile government, workers’ and employers’ representatives; practitioners in the field of industrial and employment relations from the public and private sectors; human resources managers; personnel in human resources departments dealing with industrial and employment relations; labour administration and labour inspection officials; staff from international organizations and United Nations agencies; ILO staff from field offices and technical cooperation projects; graduate students and researchers. Participants' requirements a first university degree (BA) of minimum three years duration;* working knowledge of spoken and written... [-]

Master in Business Administration: Human Resource Management

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam Rotterdam + 1 more

The Master’s specialization in Human Resource Management addresses the personnel process in organizations, from recruitment and selection to promotion... [+]

Human Resource Management

The Master’s specialization in Human Resource Management addresses the personnel process in organizations, from recruitment and selection to promotion, transfers and departures. The programme’s focus is on the development and control of the human factor in a working context that is becoming increasingly diverse.If you take the Master’s specialization in HRM, you will be awarded a degree in Business Administration, but you will specialize in processes of personnel performance and human development. This will not only prepare you for a career in human resources, but also as a management trainee or business consultant. The knowledge you acquire will enable you to develop and apply theoretical ideas, while your problem-solving skills will make you effective in all kinds of new or unfamiliar multidisciplinary contexts.... [-]