Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
A degree in human resource management offers students the foundation for managing and leading a staff at a company or organization. In this field of study, it is common for students to learn a number of skills, such as conflict management, labor relations, creating ROIs and building work teams.
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The Master in Human Resources Management is designed to equip Human Resources professionals to respond to the needs and challenges of the market from the perspective of people management. [+]
This course has as its main objective, to provide students with adequate and solid scientific background; enhance problem-solving skills; develop reasoning ability. [+]
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. [+]
Students receive a broad and grounded perspective on the current ways of HR. There’s vigilance regarding the link between HR and practice. Besides a full view on the insides of HR, students will also receive training workshops regarding strategic communication skills, management skills and talent development. [+]
The Master's in Business Studies at Dalarna University is designed for individuals who have a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (or similar field) who wish to build on their knowledge of organizations, management, marketing, and/or accounting. [+]
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.... [-]
Focusing on areas such as strategy, people resourcing, reward management, employment relations and leadership, this MA is designed to develop recent graduates and those in the early stages of their career who want delve deeper into the field and enhance career progression. [+]
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. [+]
The programme provides the graduates with the abilities of understanding and practical application of the current methods of solving the problems in social policy and labour market policy as well as the abilities of evaluation of the problems and policies. [+]
The Erasmus+ Master in International Health blended programme is a one year full time programme that requires you to only be 3 months away from home. It consists of three months core course at KIT after which advanced modules and thesis are done by e-learning at KIT in Amsterdam, Queen Margaret University, and Bergen University. [+]
The Master in Human Resources & Organization (MHRO) is a full-time (and full-experience) English program, which aims to prepare graduates, from any discipline, to master organizational design and human resources management challenges in multicultural contexts. [+]
A Master of Human Resource Management through the University of Newcastle offers a strategically developed program that will challenge your approach to human resource management, enhance your ability to think and act analytically as well as master your strategic capabilities. [+]
This Master gives the necessary training to lead and manage strategic HR of any organization: companies, institutions, public sector bodies ... [+]
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. [+]
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. [+]
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.
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.... [-]