The MSc in Human Resource Management and Training provides an insight into human resource management and training within the context of organisations at a national and international level.
You will study the way in which employee and organisational development are closely related to HR topics such as recruitment, performance appraisal, teamwork and motivation.
The programme is delivered over a 2 year period, and consists of 4 modules which are assessed either by assignments or an exam, followed by a dissertation.
Throughout the programme, students will engage critically with theories and practices around training and learning in the workplace and the role of the human resources practitioner, and will develop a critical understanding of the issues and problems associated with implementing practices aimed at enhancing employee performance and organisational competitiveness.
Students will also develop practical, transferable skills, which are invaluable in the workplace, such as oral and written presentations, problem solving, teamwork and collaboration.
This Master’s In Human Resource Management online program is designed by expert academics and HR professionals to offer you a multi-disciplinary approach to human resource management in government and private organizations and equip you with the essential skills to thrive in both.
Entrance is open to those who hold a first or second class honours degree in a relevant field.
An approved professional qualification is acceptable if coupled with three years or more suitable professional experience.
English language proficiency – If English is your 2nd language, you are required to submit an IELTS Test of 6.5 with 7.0 in writing OR a TOEFL Test of 250 (Computer)/600 (Paper)/90 (IBT)
As an alternative to the above English language requirements: The University of Leicester English Language Test takes only 90 minutes and is available on demand.
On the completion of the MSc HRM and Training programme, graduates will be equipped with the latest academic and professional knowledge in the field of Human Resource Management, enabling them to take up managerial responsibilities such as those of an HR manager.
Successful graduates can pursue a research based doctoral degree such as the DBA or the DSoc.
Please Note: due to regular enhancements of the University’s courses, please refer to Leicester’s own website (www.le.ac.uk) and/or Terms and Conditions (http://www2.le.ac.uk/legal) for the most accurate and up-to-date course information. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with this information prior to submitting an application.