The Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management has been designed for those ready to make the leap into management roles from an existing job and those who are aspiring to become managers. The course has a particular focus on the human resource elements of business and will help you to develop the skills needed to contribute to the management and development of staff to further the organisation’s goals. The MBA focuses on managing people from a social, cultural and political point of view while developing your management skills in the area.
In the highly competitive global business environment it is critical that senior managers have a multi-disciplinary approach to business operations. A combined Masters in Business Administration and Human Resource Management will equip graduates with advanced leadership skills, superior analytical reasoning and administrative expertise along with developing superior knowledge, skills and attitudes required to be an effective and professional human resource practitioner. The Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management is designed to allow you to develop an understanding of the key aspects of business and management and to prepare students for management level positions in the field of human resources. The program enables managers and business leaders to focus on the managerial skills and business knowledge needed to manage human resource functions.
With a focus on practical content, an application of research skills to business, and job-related behaviours critical for success in today’s competitive business world, the course is designed to help propel students careers toward top management positions. Importantly, we take a strategic perspective on business and management and help you to develop the skills to contribute to major decisions made by organisations about their future.
Teaching is set within an international context with examples and illustrations being drawn from the global economy. The course will also take a strategic focus, concentrating on the major decisions that organisations have to make to determine their overall direction. Finally, you will be exposed to a range of contemporary issues that are of interest to all managers. These will include such things as globalisation, ethics and social responsibility.
Course Length: 1 years;
Start dates: January, May, September