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Dcu mbs in human resource management

Dcu mbs in human resource management



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    • Job number: 47752 Proof number: #04 Date received from client: 14.10.09 Date returned to client: 14.10.09 Designer/Producer: DG
    • DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL M.B.S. in Human Resource Management (PAC Code: DC632) 1 Year Full-Time Programme Programme Overview well placed to take on these challenges as their postgraduate education provides them with the research capabilities and The M.B.S. in Human Resource Management programme problem-solving skills that are crucially important to has been designed to equip graduates with the knowledge, organisations operating in a knowledge-based economy. skills and abilities required to work in the fast changing world of human resource management (including areas Successful graduates are eligible for graduate membership of such as training and development, employee relations and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). consultancy) or in the area of international business where there are responsibilities for people management. Entry Requirements The innovative and distinguishing features of this Masters Applicants must have a minimum second class honours programme include its focus on international elements degree in any discipline. If, as is normally the case, demand of management, its emphasis on enhancing leadership from qualified applicants exceeds available places, applicants capability, and the importance given to building will be assessed for admission purposes on the basis of professional competencies through skills workshops. academic performance and on the inclusion of business The effective management of human resources is now knowledge in their undergraduate degree. It is expected that recognised as a key element in an organisation’s strategic there will be a mix of business and non-business students in capability and this programme was developed to the programme. Those who have professional qualifications accommodate the increasing demand for competent and relevant professional experience may also apply. graduates who can undertake, as well as advise on, this core Candidates who have not received their degree results by activity. Graduates educated to Masters level are particularly the application closing date may receive conditional offers.
    • M.B.S. in Human Resource Management 1 Year Full-Time Programme Aims and Objectives Additional Features The objectives of the programme are to provide graduates with: This programme utilises a variety of learning approaches including lectures, case studies, seminars and presentations. n An in-depth understanding of the theories and conceptual There is a strong focus on leadership and personal and career frameworks underpinning the broad area of people development within the programme with a whole module management devoted to this element. There is also an emphasis on n Insights into the latest developments in HRM teamworking, communication skills, problem-solving, n An understanding of the strategic level of analysis at and the application of theory to the practice of HRM. which business decisions are made and of the links between the management of human resources, Career Prospects business strategy, finance and performance n A good understanding of cross-cultural management Graduates of this programme pursue generalist and and of the issues involved in managing human resources specialist roles in human resource management, training internationally and development, employee relations, research, consultancy, and as general managers. Their talents are highly sought- n Opportunities to acquire the professional competencies after by multinational companies, consultancy firms, the required to work successfully in a human resource public sector, and not-for-profit organisations. Recent management environment or as a manager engaged graduates are employed by leading organisations including in managing human resources Bank of Ireland, IDA, and Bristol Myers Squibb. There are n The capacity to enhance leadership capabilities through opportunities also for those wishing to undertake further engaging in personal development activities study to Doctoral level. n An opportunity to plan future careers n The skills to undertake and implement organisational Graduate Membership of the level research. Chartered Institute of Personnel Programme Structure and Content and Development This programme is fully accredited by the Chartered Students will complete 12 modules over two semesters, together Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Successful with a management report that is submitted in August after graduates thus qualify with both the Masters degree completion of the taught element of the programme. and a professional qualification (graduate membership The successful achievement of these two elements will of the CIPD). lead to the award of M.B.S. Those who successfully complete the taught component of the programme without the Chairperson of the Programme management report will be awarded a Postgraduate Margaret Heffernan, B.B.S., M.B.S., M.C.I.P.D. Diploma in HRM. Contact Details n People Management and Development Enquiries should be directed to the DCUBS n Selection and Assessment School Office at: +353 (0)1 700 5265 or email: dcubs@dcu.ie n Researching HRM View full programme details, including fees and n Labour Law closing dates for application, at www.dcu.ie/dcubs n Organisational Learning and Knowledge Management To apply for a postgraduate taught programme, n Leadership and Career Development visit the Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC) n Skills workshops in selection and assessment, team- at www.pac.ie to complete an online application. building/project management and employee relations n Strategic HRM n Understanding Accounting in Organisations n Employee Performance and Rewards n International HRM n International Employee Relations n Business Strategy n Organisational Change and Transition n Management Research Report (Dissertation)