Start dates: September, January.
In today’s workplace, HR professionals must tackle many different employment issues. The University’s postgraduate human resource management programme offers students an in-depth understanding of HR management functions and the business contexts that underpin them.
Students will find out how professional development can contribute to enhanced performance within an organisation; how internal and external factors can affect success, and how people are managed within contemporary businesses.
Membership into the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development is built into the course. To earn this membership, students will need to complete a six week work experience project and write a management research report. The human resource management teaching team can help students to secure these placements throughout the year.
Students also graduate with a range of transferable skills. These include communication, presentation, research and analysis, teamwork, training, networking, coaching and mentoring.
Module Breakdown (All modules are core)
Minimum 2:2 (second class) honours degree from a UK university or its equivalent.
Applicants will normally be expected to have a good honours degree. This does not have to be in design but, applicants should have experience in a relevant industry or be able to demonstrate a link between their current job/experience and design. This refers to design in the broadest sense so can include organisational design, systems design and service design as well as more traditional design disciplines such as product, fashion and graphics.
If you don’t meet the academic requirements
Mature applicants with a lower qualification and at least 3 years of appropriate professional experience may be accepted.
If you have substantial relevant experience alone, your application will be considered on its individual merit.