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Suitable for: graduates in business, social sciences, humanities or law. Offers knowledge and expertise: for a career in human resource management and consultancy with major companies in Britain and abroad. Course Description: The course enables students to develop a sophisticated understanding of the modes of analysis and current debate in human resource management, employment relations and organisational theory. It also provides a critical overview of developments in the management of human resources in the UK and other developed economies. A particular theme that is addressed is internationalisation and the growing significance of multi-national business operating within a global economy. In addition, students are provided with a knowledge of, and training in, relevant research methods. After pursuing a number of taught modules, students must complete a dissertation, the purpose of which is to give students the opportunity to pursue in greater depth a chosen subject or topic in the field of HRM, and to play an important part in developing and expressing students? research and analytical abilities. Special features of this course: ? Much of the course focuses on the practical implications of HRM theory and research for managers, trade union organisers, consultants and policy makers. ? Considerable emphasis is placed throughout the course on developing your practical and analytical skills. ? The advanced nature of the course and the rigorous research training that is given provide a platform for further academic study. ? Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD). Graduates of the MSc in Human Resource Management gain graduate membership of the CIPD.

Suitable for: graduates in business, social sciences, humanities or law. Offers knowledge and expertise: for a career in human resource management and consultancy with major companies in Britain and abroad. Course Description: The course enables students to develop a sophisticated understanding of the modes of analysis and current debate in human resource management, employment relations and...

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