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MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management

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Tomorrow’s human resources leaders must be more than administrators. They need to be strategic business partners, with the skills and know-how to enable their organisations and people to thrive in a complex and changing global environment.

This online master’s degree in Human Resources Management seeks to equip you with the understanding, the abilities and the insights to achieve this. You’ll develop the knowledge and the competencies to become an inquiring human resource management professional and a champion for your organisation’s vision and values - the building blocks for a committed workforce and a sustainable organisation.

Through an in-depth understanding of the latest human resources theory and best practice, you’ll be able to challenge and inform managerial decision making and extend your knowledge and practice across different global contexts.

Each of the Roehampton Online masters programmes has been designed to help you move forward in your life and follows the same basic structure.

Every online programme is made up of seven modules and a research project. Every module lasts 12 weeks. You then have a break of approximately two weeks before resuming your studies. Your research project is much like a dissertation, in which all previous leaning culminates in an academic research paper. Modules equate to 20 academic credits while your research project carries 40 credits – but you have 26 weeks to complete that part of your programme.

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