Master in Human Resources Management [120.0] - GRH2M
Current changes in societies and organizations affect the management of people in private and public organizations. The Master in Human Resource Management is designed for future professionals in human resource management who will have to work in a changing world and new contexts. Instead of providing them with techniques and tools that would become rapidly obsolete, this programme aims to equip students with the following capacities:
• The capacity to diagnose organizational situations by the mean of rigorous and critical analysis, by identifying different kinds of human resource management and organization, and by clearly understanding the constraints and opportunities offered to HR management;
• The capacityto identify how to bring about improvement and change, and implement them appropriately, given each particular context and the objectives to achieve.
The Master in Human Resource Management is centred on managerial aspects of organizations, rather than personnel administration techniques. It intends to conciliate with the requirements of scientific work with the necessity to operationalize managerial practice. It is designed to develop professional expertise in understanding and taking action in human resource management. For these reason, the programme involves various disciplines: management, public administration, law, psychology and industrial relations.
The programme intends to educate professionals who will take up jobs in the HR field, in consulting, in training departments or on the board of different organizations, in private or public companies and in market and non-market organizations.
The programme is made up of 120 credits and includes:
• A major of 60 credits that comprises courses, an internship of at least 40 work-days and a final paper related to the internship;
• The specialization, which mainly contains advanced courses on human resource management;
• One option to be chosen among two: either ‘European track’ or ‘Human resource management, organization and institutions’.
Wathever the focus or the options chosen, the programme of this master shall totalise 120 credits, spread over two years of studies each of 60 credits
None currently awarded.
| 9/07/2009 |