MSc 12 months full time; 30 months part-time; PgDip 9months full time; 21 months part-time
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05 February 2018
This programme has been designed to enable you to achieve both high-level academic understanding of contemporary developments in Human Resource Management (HRM) and the development of relevant advanced HRM skills. We aim to prepare you for a long-lasting and highly successful career in HRM.
The programme has been designed to map on to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD’s) advanced learning outcomes, providing you with the opportunity to complete these and become a member. You can complete a Postgraduate Diploma, leading to the CIPD accreditation, in nine months full-time as a stand-alone qualification or take the MSc which contains the taught element of the Postgraduate Diploma and finishes with a Dissertation which you will complete over the summer months.
The programme is suitable for both full-time and part-time study, with part-time students completing the Postgraduate Diploma qualification over 21 months or the full MSc programme over a period of 24 (fast-track) / 30 months. Through a series of bespoke modules, the programme covers all aspects of contemporary HRM practice, including recruitment and selection, leadership and performance management, the development of individuals and organisations, employment law, reward management and approaches to HRM in an international context. This will give you an understanding a broad range of topics within HRM which you can focus on when developing ideas for written assignments and, for MSc students, your Dissertation.
Unique to this programme is the opportunity for you to participate in two three-day residential courses which take place in October and May. A mix of tutor-led, professional skills and group work sessions, these residential study courses provide a unique setting for students to collaborate and challenge one another in an engaging environment outside of the traditional classroom setting.
The variety of teaching and learning styles you will experience through the programme are supported with extensive additional reading and further learning materials which will be provided using the University’s online virtual learning environment.
The double degree option enables you to gain a second Masters qualification by studying for a year with one of our prestigious partner universities. For more information on this and other postgraduate study abroad opportunities, visit the Business School’s Study Abroad webpages http://business-school.exeter.ac.uk/programmes/postgraduate/studyabroad/.
This programme is available for study in both full-time and part-time formats and students can complete either the 180 credit Masters programme or the 120 credit Diploma programme. The Diploma programme contains all of the taught elements of the Masters programme and can be completed in 9 months full-time or 21 months part-time.
The dissertation element of the programme is undertaken between June and September by students on the full-time MSc programme or during the ten months following the completion of the taught element of the programme for part-time (30 month) students on the MSc programme.
Students on the part-time 24 month fast-track variant cover the same subjects and assessments as those on the longer standard programme. They do so, however, in a shorter, more concentrated time frame. This involves attending classes on two afternoons a week for a period in the second term and starting to work on the dissertation a year earlier than those who are enrolled on the 30 month programme.
Please note that programme structures may be subject to change.
• Descriptions of the individual modules are given in full on the Business School postgraduate module list at http://business-school.exeter.ac.uk/programmes/postgraduate/modules/
Recent examples of modules are as follows;
Visit the MSc/PgDip Human Resource Management page on the University of Exeter website for more details!