MSc Human Resource Management (full-time)

University of Strathclyde    Department of Work, Employment & Organisation

Full time September MSc 12 months full-time
Business & Management (5)

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Are you ready to advance your career in Human Resource Management? The MSc Human Resource Management (full-time) programme at Strathclyde Business School is designed for individuals aiming to excel in HR roles. This one-year programme offers a perfect blend of theory and practice, equipping you with advanced knowledge in HR functions and organisational management. You'll engage with industry professionals through lectures, seminars, and networking opportunities, gaining insights into real-world HR challenges. The integrated dissertation and research report allows you to analyse HR issues in organisations, enhancing your practical skills. By completing this CIPD accredited programme, you can achieve professional membership and access a wide range of HR roles. With a focus on business skills development and a strong alumni network, this programme ensures you are well-prepared for a successful career in HR. Join us with a minimum second-class Honours degree in a social science or business-related subject and unlock your potential in Human Resource Management.

About the course

The MSc Human Resource Management is for those who aim to pursue a career in the field of human resource management. 

The aim of this course is to develop an advanced level of knowledge and understanding related to the human resource management function in organisations. 

Mixing theory and practice, this programme offers you the opportunity for in-depth study of organisations and the management of work. 

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Entry Requirements

Minimum second-class Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in a social science or business-related subject.

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Where will I study?

Where is University of Strathclyde

Student Profile

Callum Courtney

Before commencing the MSc Human Resource Management I was working full-time as a Credit Referrals Manager for a telecommunications company here in Glasgow. I had a very good think about what I wanted for my future career and I considered the aspects of my current job that I enjoyed. The people aspect for me really stood out and I made the decision to study human resources. It has been a fantastic decision and it feels great to know I have found my vocation.

My experience at Strathclyde has been phenomenal. I have loved every minute of the experience. The lecturers at Strathclyde Business School are experts in their field and this really comes across in the teaching. There is nothing they do not know about their subject and beyond. The course content is multidisciplinary and as you progress through the MSc you start to see how it all clicks together and build a full picture. I have developed my academic and analytical skills by being on the MSc.

I would especially recommend Strathclyde Business School for the quality of the teaching. My learning experience has been fantastic. This is due to the lecturers employed at the school. They are industry experts in their field, and this really enhances the learning experience at Strathclyde.

I was apprehensive about commencing my studies during the pandemic as I was concerned that I would not get the full learning experience. The way the University and the Business School have delivered online learning has been exceptional. I feel that the online learning environment has not negatively impacted my experience at all and in some ways have made it better. We still had opportunities to contribute to class discussion and ask our lecturers questions. The Department of Work, Employment & Organisation embraced pre-recorded mini lectures prior to our Zoom meeting, which really enhanced our learning and class discussions.

Not only has the MSc provided me with the formal qualifications required by employers, but it has also enabled me to network with industry through guest speakers. We have had guest speakers from the senior leadership team at the BBC and many others form the industry that we are seeking employment. This has been invaluable.

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