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Masters in Human Resources Management

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  • Course Code: #22
  • Lectures: 06
  • Duration: 6 Weeks
  • Students: 15

The ability to select high caliber personnel and manage employee relations is essential for the success of any organization.  By applying to our Human Resources (HR) management program, you will be able to develop managerial skills on a theoretical and practical level.

Whether you will work for a start-up company, or a big multinational one, you will be provided with the HR key qualifications.

You will understand human behaviour to develop communication skills that are helpful in building your team as well as study principles of employment law for the appropriate response to employment legal issues.

 You will also be able to manage the diverse changes happening in the workplace not only from a legal and social aspect, but economical and environmental as well.

This is a career focused program designed to enhance your career goals and prepare you for excellence.

Masters in Human Resources Management will cover the following courses:

Employment Legal Practices

Employment law differs from one country to another, but there are common issues such as wages and working hours, disability accommodation, medical leave act, etc…  This course will focus mainly on the laws related to the workplace, the international context of employment and how law changes and develops overtime.  Some practical situations will be discussed to illustrate both the employee’s rights and duties that originate from employment relationships.

Diversity and Inclusion

This course will prepare you to diagnose, analyse and recognise diversity issues within the workplace. It focuses on the psychological behavior of individuals and groups to increase the productivity of employees, which will assist in the growth of the organisation.

Strategic Human Resource Development

Human resources (HR) play different roles, all working towards the welfare of the organisation. Human Resource Development (HRD) analyses contemporary developments and implements business focused HR strategies. You will understand where HRD fits into the overall organisational strategy in addition to providing real value-added HR solutions in comprehensible organisational language.

Employee Relations from a Global Perspective

This course will prepare you to analyse the implication of employment relation models on three levels; organisational, national, and international level.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The non-stop competition in the marketplace drives successful companies to be constantly innovative in order to keep their distinguished market position. By the end of this course, you will be able to evaluate and apply theoretical frameworks as well as implement those theories in a real world organisational context. You will also develop other important skills that will boost your creativity to generate practical ideas.

Business Research Design

Research design is used by human resource managers to provide important information on a specific project. For example, data collected for the merging of two organizations is especially important for cross cultural and international communications in order to develop best practices. Learning about applicable research designs will help you develop innovative solutions for ambiguous business problems.

Contemporary Issues

In this course you will explore different aspects employee management, analyse and evaluate employee’s problems and address possible solutions within strategic human resource principles. Other contemporary issues related to human resources strategy will be demonstrated and discussed during the course.

Professional Practices in Human Resource Management

This course explores Human Resource Management (HRM) methodologies from the employee and the employer’s point of view such as job analysis techniques, recruitment, negotiation techniques and more. You will develop skills that cater to your personal development, employability as well as career planning and development.

Employees and Organizational Culture

The positive environment of shared experiences, beliefs and practices between employees within the work place creates happy and motivated workers. “Organization culture” is when those practices are in alignment with the company’s vision established by the CEO and the executives.  This culture is one important key factor in shaping employee’s work experience. It includes leadership style and management knowledge which reflects upon people and organisation strategies.  In this course you will identify ways of making ethical and cultural decisions to manage organisational growth and employee’s satisfaction.

Fundamental Issues in Human Resource Management

You will be provided with solid theoretical and practical understanding of Human Resource Management (HRM) strategies through discussions and other innovative learning tools. You will also investigate how HRM addresses emerging issues in the workplace and their possible solutions.

Human Resource Management from a Global Perspective  

Human resource professionals must understand the impact of global economy, cultural differences and politics on the management of human resources. This course will cover human resources issues on an international level such as managing cultural differences in other countries, Human Resource Management (HRM) across various cultures, HRM in multinational enterprises (MNEs) and international HRM strategies.

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