The MProf has been designed to enhance your capabilities as a Human Resource Manager within your organisation. It does this by developing your skills of reflective practice and culminates in a major work-based research project.
It has been designed specifically for practitioners wishing to develop themselves through a critical exploration of their role and evolving managerial responsibilities. One of the benefits of the MProf is that it provides the opportunity to make a claim for academic recognition against your existing relevant formal and informal learning.
We know that Human Resource practitioners work across a broad range of sectors. One of the benefits of the MProf at Middlesex is that we can support them by drawing on the expertise of the Business School in a range of relevant areas. These include; Accounting and Finance, Economics and Taxation, Business Law, Financial Reporting, Business Information Systems, Statistics, Management and Enterprise.
What is distinctive about the MProf?
- It focuses on developing participants' individual capabilities as reflective practitioners, and through this enhancing their capability for undertaking practice-based research within their own workplace.
- Because professionals have achieved a significant amount of both formal and informal learning, the MProf provides an opportunity to make a claim for academic credits against relevant prior learning.
- It is designed specifically to support participants in undertaking practice-based research into their workplace activities.
- While the knowledge gained from this research is equally rigorous to a research Masters, it is distinctive in that the participant is placed at the centre of their research investigation, and their findings tend to be applicable within their organisation. Participants' study paths and projects are tailored to meet their individual needs and interests, and those of their organisations