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Objectives:
To develop students as human resource practitioners and advisers on the basis of their understanding and appreciation of: i. the theory and practice of organisations and human resource management; ii. the nature of management consultancy skills, analytic and diagnostic techniques; iii. the integrated nature of strategic, financial, economic and information environments within which the human resource practitioner operates; and iv how the human resource specialist deploys knowledge-based analytical and problem solving skills and competences at both operational and strategic levels.
Entry Requirements:
Standard qualifications for admission to the course are: i. a UK Honours degree (minimum Second Class) or overseas equivalent in Business Studies, Public Administration, Sociology, Psychology, Social Science or related subjects; or ii. a degree in another discipline relevant to human resource management. Examples would include Education, Geography, History, Law, Linguistics, Science and Technology; or iii. a degree supplemented by a qualification or by qualifications from a course of study which includes a substantial business or management studies component. Examples would include a Diploma in Management Diploma, HNC or HND; plus, normally in each case relevant working experience. Applicants without standard qualifications. The University welcomes applications from persons with certificated learning, or who have had a significant amount of relevant working experience and who are able to demonstrate that they will be able to study effectively at Masters level. Some applicants may be interviewed by the course leader or a member of the teaching team and/or be required to submit a 1,000 word essay on a selected aspect of human resource management.
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MA Human Resource Management
Course Description:
Introduction
To develop students as human resource practitioners and advisers on the basis of their understanding and appreciation of:

i the theory and practice of organisations and human resource management;
ii the nature of management consultancy skills, analytic and diagnostic techniques;
iii the integrated nature of strategic, financial, economic and information environments within which the human resource practitioner operates; and
iv how the human resource specialist deploys knowledge-based analytical and problem solving skills and competences at both operational and strategic levels.

The course is aimed principally at providing a Masters level qualification for the following markets:

i employees with significant human resource responsibilities wishing to develop their practical and theoretical knowledge in the human resource area; and
ii non-personnel jobholders who seek to gain a specialism within the human resource area, underpinned by rigorous conceptual knowledge capable of deployment in a vocationally useful way; and/or those who seek to be well-placed for HRM posts in management training and development, strategic management and employee relations.

Course graduates whose career plans might involve obtaining membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) would almost certainly need to undertake further modules in order to obtain full membership of the CIPD. Those wishing to gain membership would need to make an independent application to the Institute.


Course Content
Full-time and part-time students Students in this category undertake the full course which comprises:

Four core modules
Organisational Analysis
Managing Human Resources
Skills of the Manager Consultant
Managing Human Resources

Plus
Students will study three further modules chosen from one of the following management specialist pathways plus their disseration, each pathway has a compulsary core module and a number of electives as shown below:

Cultural & Change Management pathway

Core Module: Human Resource Strategies for Change Management
and
Dissertation in a specific area of HRM relevant to Cultural and Change management
Plus Either
Corporate Power, Politics & Culture
or
Managing Culture & Change
plus any ONE further module chosen from the following:
Managing Diversity & Equality in Employment
Designing & Delivering Training
Employee Relations
Management Development
International Personnel Management
International HRM

Human Resource Development pathway

Core Module: Learning & Development
and
Dissertation in a specific area of HRM relevant to development management
Plus Either
Corporate Power, Politics & Culture
or
Managing Culture & Change
plus any ONE further module chosen from the following:
Assessment Centre’s & Selection Testing
Designing & Delivering Training
Strategic Personnel & Development
Management Development
International Personnel
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