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MSc in Human Resource Management (Part-Time) Apply Online Now!

OVERVIEW

Course Director: Dr. Noreen Heraty     
e: mschrm@ul.ie   
Course Administrator: Kathy Ryan
e: kathy.ryan@ul.ie
t: +353-61-234389
 
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AY 2019 / 20 Course Fees
                             
 
Part Time: EU €4,826  Non EU €8,701
(including UL Student Centre levy, €90)


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With recognised international programme accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD), the MSc in HRM has a strategic and international focus to reflect the critical role of the HR function within modern organisations. HR professionals and managers today face multiple, and often conflicting, role requirements in a function that is increasing complex and challenging. These challenges include managing transformational change, globalisation, diversity and inclusion, balancing operational and strategic issues and managing competing demands from multiple stakeholders. The MSc in HRM is designed to assist organisations in the private, public, non-profit and semi-state sector in meeting these challenges and includes modules dealing with central issues such as leadership and change, managing conflict, retention and talent management, employment law, learning and development, International and contemporary issues in HRM and employment relations. An international qualification in Psychometric Assessment (Levels A and B) is now also included in the programme.

 


Why should you consider the MSc in Human Resource Management?
  • To develop a sophisticated understanding of the competitive and regulatory contexts in which organisations operate.
  • To develop a comprehensive knowledge of the latest developments occurring within the human resource profession, and the analytical and evaluative skills needed to assess the applicability of these developments in differing organisational contexts.
  • To develop research skills necessary to formulate, conduct and report and in dependent piece of research in the area of HRM/IR.