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MSc Human Resource Management is aimed at professional managers, both those already working in the field of 'people management' and those who see their careers developing in that direction.

Ask any organisation to identify the key to their success and they'll say "our people". But for those people to perform at their best, they need to work in an atmosphere in which they feel valued and rewarded. The HR professional is one of the keys to delivering just that.

The programme is designed to help managers develop the strategic, functional and personal competences required to meet the increasingly demanding roles of HR, whatever their present level of experience.

The programme is structured to reflect the roles now demanded of the HR professional

  1. Strategic partner – working to align human resources with business strategy.
  2. Change agent – managing change processes to increase the effectiveness of the organisation.
  3. Administrative expert – working to improve organisational processes and deliver basic human resource services.
  4. Employee champion – listening and responding to employees' needs.
Passes are required in
  • Five (5) core and
  • Four (4) elective courses
Core courses
  • Human Resource Development
  • Human Resource Management
  • Managing People in Changing Contexts
  • Performance Management
  • Employee Resourcing
HRM specialist elective courses
  • Developing Effective Managers and Leaders
  • Employee Relations
  • Influence
  • Managing People in Global Markets
  • Negotiation
  • Organisational Behavior
  • Research Methods for Business and Management
  • Managing Personal Competencies

 

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Targeting
International graduate education specialist, 90 credits (ECTS).

Literature
The modules are very well developed and you will have access to comprehensive website for each module. You also have communication with faculty.

Admissions requirements
Tertiary education or equivalent. Good knowledge of English.

Programme Coordinator
Mikael Jensen

Contact
Nina Nyqvist

  

International cooperation
Edinburgh Business School - Heriot-Watt University (UK).

Examination fees (excluding VAT)
  • MSc Distance Learning SEK 117.000.
  • Examination fees (SEK 2000). 

Application
Exams takes place in December and June each year. For some courses the exams takes place in March and August each year. It usually takes students a module per quarter. Written exam (English).

Location
The program is carried out remotely.

Program duration
We offer this programme as Certificate, Diploma & Degree. You can choose any programme structure and can advance to other higher levels after your needs. Nine modules for an MSc, approximately 2.5 years.