Combine theory and practice in the study of organisations and people management Our MSc HRM and Organisational Psychology prepares you for a rewarding career in the evolving world of human resource management and help you to become an effective manager of people, whatever your industry. Gain the skills to meet the contemporary needs of organisations The course provides you with the required confidence, expertise and insight to be able to shape the world of work to benefit individuals as well as organisations, and to act in an ethical and principled way in addition to helping the organisation to realise its vision. Gain a strong understanding of topics, including: Resourcing Talent management Employment Law Employee relations Leadership Ethics Develop your person-focussed approach You will explore the areas of people-focussed activity in organisations that impact on the performance and value created by people, as you learn to impact the quality of people’s working lives, their performance, their workplace contribution, and the organisation as a whole. Expand your career prospects within HRM Throughout your studies, you will develop the specialist knowledge and skills required to either begin your professional journey within human resource management, or to develop your existing career and help you move into more senior positions. On this course you will: Explore HR topics including the human, legal, economic, financial, marketing and technology-related issues. Discover the tools and techniques of effective managers. Have the option to complete a 1-year or 10-week placement. Develop valuable soft skills like teamwork, communication and time management. Accreditations This course is accredited by both the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
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- Chartered Management Institute
- Personnel and Development, Chartered Institute of
Second class honours degree
English language requirements
|With no element lower than 5.5
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