Keele University: Human Resource Management
|Institution||Keele University View institution profile|
|Department||Keele Business School|
Effective management to maximise the performance of human resources (HR) is central to any business success. Employers need managers who can proactively and positively influence organisational strategy, developing and implementing the policies, benefits, employee relations and engagement that helps them recruit and retain the best talent.
By studying this professionally-accredited master’s degree, approved by the CIPD, you’ll gain cutting-edge strategic knowledge to leverage the employment relationship, needed now more than ever in the turbulent, competitive world of work where being able to change and innovate are critical success factors.
Acknowledging the importance of considering different perspectives and cultural dimensions, our broad-based, integrated curriculum includes the employer, employee and other stakeholder perspectives, when covering issues such as employee resourcing and development, employee relations, communications and pay.
You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of managing people and, importantly, how best to handle the challenges posed by employer interventions, the workers themselves, trade unions or government. This will give you the edge over other candidates in the job market, whatever field of management you choose.
People management skills are needed in all types of jobs and industries; having appropriate knowledge of HR strategies and tactics from this master’s will provide a useful top-up to the knowledge gained from various degrees and regardless of your desired profession. We therefore welcome applicants from a wide range of undergraduate disciplines; past students have joined us having studied subjects as diverse as law, history, psychology and various management disciplines.
What you’ll learn
This professionally-focused master’s course provides an excellent grounding in the theory and practice of HRM, the evolution of labour management and latest practices in employment relations. You’ll gain a greater appreciation of the challenges posed by globalisation, including the economic, social, legal and ethical implications of HRM interventions and how to respond to an ever-changing employment market.
HR is by its nature a multidisciplinary field, which makes it fascinating to study, drawing from a diverse range of subjects, including employment law, politics, economics, psychology, health and safety, and sociology of work.
In semesters 1 and 2 of the programme, you will study seven core modules and choose one elective module from a choice of two. If you opt for the Dissertation in your final semester, you must take the Research Methods module, while those taking one of the other three pathways must take the Creativity and Personal Development module.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
Undergraduate degree in any subject with second class lower (2:2) or an international equivalent.
|England||9750 GBP for Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||9750 GBP for Year 1|
|Scotland||9750 GBP for Year 1|
|Wales||9750 GBP for Year 1|
|International||18000 GBP for Year 1|
We’re Keele University and we’re different
Founded in 1949, we value our excellence in teaching as highly as our global research. At Keele, we are committed to providing our students with outstanding teaching facilities on campus which include the newly developed David Attenborough Laboratories and Keele Business School. Our students will benefit from our highly rated library facilities and have one-to-one support from our established academics. Keele has a beautiful 600-acre campus in North Staffordshire and is located beside the market town of Newcastle-under-Lyme and evolving city of Stoke-on-Trent. Our central location in England gives our students …View Profile
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