University of South Wales - Graduate Programs

MSc Human Resource Management

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Program Information

School:University of South Wales - Graduate Programs
Degree:Master
Field of Study:Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Description:The specialist area of HRM offers a wealth of career opportunities within every business sector. It is a competitive industry and an integral part of any successful organisation. The MSc Human Resource Management course is designed to provide you with the up-to-date knowledge and understanding you need to manage people effectively in the workplace. It will be especially useful if you are seeking a career in HRM or have recently entered an HR or line-management role.

The MSc Human Resource Management provides you with a postgraduate qualification alongside CIPD accreditation, the professional body for Human Resource Managers, at associate level. The course is designed to be flexible so you can gain a Postgraduate Certificate after the first stage of the course; Postgraduate Diploma after the second or complete the full Masters degree. If you complete the full Masters degree you will be eligible to obtain CIPD accreditation.
URL:MSc Human Resource Management at University of South Wales - Graduate Programs
Length:1 Year(s)

Admission Requirements

Additional Admission Requirements:
    Applicants are required to have a minimum 2:2 Honours degree or an equivalent qualification, or in exceptional circumstances, three years’ or more significant managerial experience. Holders of CIPD Graduate Membership, or postgraduate qualifications in either HRM or general management, may be entitled to exemptions through the fast-track programme. Applicants may be required to attend an interview.

    * We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

    Modified on March 21, 2017

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