This course links management and psychology by focusing on practical and theoretical ways to make a business more effective. Designed in consultation with professionals in the fields, it emphasises how the synergies between departments in medium to large size organisations can be improved.
Your organisation may be looking to develop specialists in a range of areas, for example
• people who need management skills in a manufacturing company
• HR training for non-HR personnel in financial institutions
• strategic management skills for lawyers, doctors, or a wide range of other professionals
Using case studies you focus on working in interdisciplinary teams. The team may include general, human resources, development, training, or project managers. These teams identify solutions to specific business problems and use their combined skills and knowledge to evaluate the different options.
The course helps you in your work environment and makes you more employable by exploring realistic scenarios through case studies. You look at practical and theoretical ways to make a business more effective. You build up a picture of the interconnected and diverse nature of modern corporations, from the view of individual employees to an organisation’s overall wider operations.
We have an excellent reputation for interprofessional working and this masters qualification equips you for the changing demands of twenty-first century work environments. You gain the sophisticated understanding of what makes businesses successful that will improve your career progression.
You may work in any managerial role, especially in personnel, human resources or corporate administration. The course will help your career prospects and give you a sophisticated level of understanding of the modern workplace from psychological, legal, health and corporate perspectives.
• corporate governance • corporate strategy and law • personality: theory, analysis and application • legal methodology • managing human systems • workplace health management • psychology and the implementation of change.
Following on from your detailed analysis and research into business solutions you present an in depth critique by means of a dissertation. This involves detailed investigation of your own project relevant to your interest or your employment.