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Human Resources Management




12 Months


About the Course

A Master's Degree in Human Resources Management is a postgraduate program that provides in-depth knowledge and advanced skills in the field of human resources. The program is designed to equip students with the necessary expertise to effectively manage the human capital within organizations.

The MA Degree in Human Resources Management covers the following

1. Comprehensive Understanding of HR Principles: The program offers a comprehensive understanding of the principles, theories, and best practices in human resources management. Students gain a solid foundation in areas such as recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, performance management, employee relations, and legal compliance.

2. Strategic HR Management: The degree program focuses on strategic human resources management, emphasizing the alignment of HR practices with organizational goals and objectives. Students learn how to develop HR strategies that contribute to the overall success of an organization and enhance its competitive advantage.

3. Organizational Development: The program explores the role of HR in facilitating organizational development and change. Students learn about techniques and interventions designed to enhance organizational effectiveness, employee engagement, and productivity.

4. Talent Acquisition and Management: The degree program covers various aspects of talent acquisition and management. Students learn about effective recruitment and selection strategies, talent retention techniques, workforce planning, succession planning, and strategies for managing a diverse workforce.

5. Employee Development and Training: The MA program emphasizes the importance of employee development and training. Students gain knowledge in designing and implementing training programs, assessing training needs, and evaluating training effectiveness. They also learn about career development initiatives and strategies for fostering continuous learning within organizations.

6. HR Analytics and Technology: The program incorporates the use of HR analytics and technology in managing human resources. Students learn how to leverage data and technology to make informed decisions, improve HR processes, and enhance overall organizational performance.

7. Legal and Ethical Considerations: The degree program emphasizes the legal and ethical aspects of human resources management. Students gain an understanding of employment laws, regulations, and ethical practices, ensuring compliance and fair treatment of employees.

8. Leadership and Communication Skills: The program emphasizes the development of leadership and communication skills essential for HR professionals. Students learn effective communication techniques, conflict resolution strategies, and how to influence and lead diverse teams, etc. Overall, an MA Degree in Human Resources Management offers a comprehensive and specialized education in the field of HR, equipping students with the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in HR leadership positions and contribute to the strategic success of organizations. 

Your Instructor

Brad Grecco

Brad Grecco
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