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MSc HRM Online modules

MSc HRM  Online modules

MSc HRM Online modules

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MSc- HRM in an International Context

£860.00

Description

MSc HRM in an International Context
SCQF level 11, 20 credit.
This module covers all the main areas of international human resource management. The concepts and theories that stem from international human resource management will be illustrated via the use of various case studies and examples, in order to ensure that they can be applied and understood from the receiving end. This module spreads into the models of national culture, dealing with human resources practices, and issues arising from being a national organisation with a multi-cultural workforce.
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MSc-Dissertation 1720

£1720.00

Description

This module is NOT available unless you have successfully completed at ALL 7 compulsory modules (140 Credits)
MSc Dissertation
Compulsory on all routes
SCQF level 11, 40 credit.
The Dissertation assesses all the skills and knowledge you have gained throughout your masters’ programme and provides an opportunity to research and explore a topic of specific interest to you and your future career. You will use the tools and advice gained from the Research Methods module and witness first-hand how it all ties together to produce a successful thesis
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MSc- Research Methods 860

£860.00

Description

This module is NOT available unless you have successfully completed six compulsory modules.
MSc Research Methods
Compulsory on all routes
SCQF level 11, 20 credit.
Research Methods aims to support you in developing necessary skills, including research, analysis and presentation, required to successfully complete your master’s level dissertation. You will explore essential areas and tools including problem solving, critical thinking, effective writing and communication, project management, and management research. This skill set is transferable, assisting your future management and leadership career as well as your dissertation at the end of your programme.
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MSc- Labour Relations

£860.00

Description

MSc HRM in an International Context
SCQF level 11, 20 credit.

The module establishes a theoretical and practical framework for the critical analysis of labour relations, the political significance of issues and the impact of changing context on national trends and organisational practice. The development of new approaches to labour relations, in both private and public sectors and the influence of government on these, is of particular relevance. You will be involved in examining and analysing trends in labour relations practice and examining the role of management in the workplace, focussing on the contribution that effective management of labour relations makes to the achievement of key business objectives and organisational change and highlights the interconnected nature of labour relations issues. Consideration is also given to variations in national practice and the influence exerted on these by multinational companies. Key skills and competences are identified in developing policies and procedures, handling conflict (discipline & grievance, collective disputes, employee voice), negotiation. The module explores the implications of developments in employment legislation and assumes some prior knowledge of UK Employment Law.
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