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Master in Science Human Resource Management-Human Resource Development

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  • Entry requirements
    Honours degree or equivalent from a recognised institution or a professional qualification (or combination of qualifications) recognised as being of honours equivalence. Relevant work experience desired but not required. In certain circumstances applicants may be accepted on the basis of extensive and relevant work experience alone.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Human Resource Management/Human Resource Development
  • Course description
    Introduction

    The MSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) and the MSc in Human Resource Development (HRD) are distinctive in that they provide an opportunity for aspirant HR specialists and practicing HR specialists to study their subject at Masters level and upon successful completion of either the full-time or part-time programmes to gain a dual qualification; Graduate Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (subject to final validation confirmation) and a Masters qualification from the University of Lincoln.

    Students can elect to study for the MSc in Human Resource Development by focusing their work centred research at the certificate stage and their dissertation at the Masters stage on Human Resource Development topics rather than generalist HRM topics.

    The MSc in Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop their understanding of the business world and to develop their Human Resource Management skills, knowledge and abilities.

    The programme explores the many challenges that face HRM/HRD practitioners and specifically the need for personnel professionals to take a strategic and business stance in order to achieve professional creditability.

    The programme focuses on achieving ‘added value’ through a distinctive set of employment strategies, policies and practices. This will lead participants to an exploration of the links between HRM/HRD and business strategy to support the achievement of a competitive advantage through maximising the potential of its human capital.

    As a student or practitioner you will be able to make links from the theories discussed to actual application in the workplace as we look at case study examples enriched by individual experiences.

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