Master of Science in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour (MScHRMOB) Lingnan University
The Master of Science in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour serves the growing focus on global talent management
A Distinctive Course
The Master of Science in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour (MScHRMOB) programme is a one-year, full-time degree which brings an international perspective to human resources management. The MScHRMOB programme is unique in the way it embraces a whole-person approach to build soft skills, and other attributes, which can serve as essential building blocks for a student’s career development. Students acquire an effective set of skills, and the requisite knowledge, to fulfil the needs of future employers.
Opportunities Abound in a Transformational Industry
“The profession of human resource management is undergoing a tremendous change,” says Dr Frankie Lam, the Programme Director. “A job which used to be mostly transactional in nature has changed into a dynamic profession which is essential for enabling the transformation of organisations,” says Dr Lam.
“Advances in technology, and the effects of global competition, have led to executive management teams working with human resource professionals as strategic partners to attract, retain, and develop top talent. HR professionals train and motivate employees at all levels to perform at their peak,” says Dr Lam.
Enabling Real-world Experience
“The Master of Science in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour (MScHRMOB) programme offers a unique Action Learning Projects which gives students the opportunity to visit companies in a variety of industries, to learn up-to-date best practices in the human resources profession,” says Dr Lam.
The MScHRMOB also programme offers an executive mentoring programme which helps students formulate practical career goals and milestones. The internship programme offers outstanding students the opportunity to acquire essential practical knowledge, and develop their interpersonal and communication skills.