A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
To study human resource management is to prepare oneself for managing and leading employees at various kinds of organizations. When working toward this kind of degree, students take classes that focus on different aspects of the field, such as creating ROIs, conflict management, labor relations, and building work teams.
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Companies and organizations are more aware than ever that one of their key assets when it comes to standing out from the competition is their team of people and, as such, the management and supervision of its Human Resources department. [+]
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. [+]
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 in Human Resources and Organization was created to provide a formative course structured for those who aspire to the personnel direction of public and private organizations. It aims to provide the instruments for appropriate management of human capital that can meet the requirements of the current market and, at the same time, enhance the managed resources. [+]
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 cycle of studies leading to the Master's degree in Education, Area of Specialisation in Training, Work and Human Resources is a professional cycle of studies organised according to the principles arising from the Bologna Declaration. [+]
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. [+]
The purpose of this program is to educate human resource management (HRM) and employment relations (ER) professionals. You will learn to make well-informed decisions about motivating and managing people, allowing them to make a significant strategic contribution to their organisations. [+]
Graduates can start their careers or improve their current positions in specialist human resource management (HRM) or employment relations (ER) roles. The program provides the necessary professional knowledge, as well as specific skills training in areas such as negotiation, advocacy, organisational design, research and analysis, training and evaluation, and communication. The Master of HRM prepares graduates for positions in HRM, strategic planning, organisational development, industrial relations, communications, remuneration, learning, program evaluation, and policy development.
Our program is highly regarded. We have an active and distinguished Industry Advisory Committee providing advice on new and existing courses and facilitating our strong professional links to industry and community. Many of our Australian graduates are in senior HRM/ER roles in leading Newcastle and NSW organisations, and many of our international students have returned to impressive careers in their home countries.... [-]
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. [+]
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.... [-]
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. [+]
Master's main objectives is to provide students with the technical expertise and strategic and operational perfor ¬ mance for proficient function ... [+]
The MA aims to provide students with the main technical expertise and strategic and operational perfor ¬ mance for proficient function in the areas of human resource management and people management in organizational settings.
The MA is mainly intended to complete the formation of the first cycle by pro ¬ ¬ ¬ cio anything for a degree in Management and other social sciences. This is a master of professional nature in order to ensure that students who complete this course maximizing their chances of employment and future career.
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Applications are considered for academic degree holders of national or trans ¬ ¬ es geiro equivalent to a cycle in the areas of management and social sciences in general. According to d) of Article 17 of Decree-Law 74/2006 of March 24, as amended by Decree-Law No 107/2008 of 25 June, are also evaluated other candidates deemed suitable by the scientific committee peda ¬ ¬ ¬ go gi ca. Candidates are pre ¬ ¬ cia based on the classification of the end of a cycle, the analysis cur ¬ ri ¬ lar and a possible en ¬ ¬ tre view. ... [-]
The Master's in Human Resource Studies provides you with a critical understanding of the importance of people for the performance of organizations. It is a unique multidisciplinary degree program at a high academic level for those wishing to study the broad field of people, work, and organizations... [+]
It aims at developing specialized multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of industrial and employment relations from a comparative viewpoint. [+]