Master Human Resource Management (M.A.)
Human Resource Management focuses on combining work with people with economic and legal expertise to successfully improve employee satisfaction and productivity.
Language : German, English
Study Human Resource Management: Your job are satisfied employees.
Are you good with people and know exactly what is important for a successful Human Resources strategy? Then you've come to the right place in the Master's programme in Personnel Management at the IU International University of Applied Sciences: here you will develop into a luminary in Human Resources Management. You will conduct contract negotiations and job interviews, be responsible for the maximum satisfaction of employees, create incentives for new team members and clarify labour law issues. In this way, you make a significant contribution to the success of the company.
Your career opportunities. Future-oriented.
Your studies in Human Resource Management are opening a whole new range of opportunities for you and your career. Be ready to make an impact and to work in an industry as diverse as your learned skills.
HEAD OF HR
As an HR manager, you work very closely with the management and are particularly important in strategic terms for HR work. The following tasks fall within your responsibilities: strategic planning of personnel policy, training and social policy in the company, development and communication of the corporate philosophy and objectives, determination of salary policy, personnel planning, recruiting, personnel marketing, personnel administration, and personnel development.
Choose how you want to study Personnel Management at IU
Flexible, versatile, practical: you can complete your Master's degree in Personnel Management 100% online as an IU distance learning programme and remain independent at all times. Early bird or night owl? No matter which learning type you are, your IU study programme is tailored to your individual needs. Thanks to the innovative learning app IU Learn and the online campus myCampus, you can study independently around the clock. In addition, a unique mix of digital tools, virtual live formats and an interactive online community are available to you. So that you always stay on the move and can incorporate your Master's degree into your everyday life regardless of location.
Why you should study Personnel Management
With a Master's degree, you can not only expand, deepen and specialise your knowledge in a specific subject area. In the course of your IU studies, you will also be taught more in-depth content, methodologies and skills, which many employers regard as an additional professional qualification. In many professions, a Master's degree is a prerequisite for a career or an academic career. In addition to significantly more attractive career opportunities, possible experience abroad and valuable contacts in the Business world, you can usually also expect a significantly better starting salary. Thus, the internationally recognised Master's degree offers you a whole repertoire of advantages that you could be denied with a pure Bachelor's degree.
Your IU studies in Personnel Management
In the Master's programme in Personnel Management at the IU International University of Applied Sciences, you will specifically expand your Business, Psychological and Legal skills. You will learn how to find excellent professionals, how to promote your employees professionally and how to resolve conflicts between employees and employers. Topics such as HR-Management, Employer Branding and Recruiting or Compensation and Personnel Controlling are on the programme. In addition, you can specialise in the areas of Negotiation, Change Management or Organisational Development in order to later take on leading functions, for example in the area of Online Marketing.
A look into the future: What you'll do after graduation
With the skills and professional competences you acquire in the Master's programme in Personnel Management, you will make a significant contribution to the success of your company. Your special know-how in combination with soft skills such as people skills and organisational talent will pave the way for you to strategic, business and administrative areas of HR work. This makes you an absolute guarantee of success for many companies. As a future specialist and manager, you will take on important contract negotiations and job interviews, be responsible for maximum employee satisfaction, create incentives for new team members and clarify labour law issues. Exciting management positions in the public sector await you as a Head of the HR department, HR developer and HR consultant or as a freelance HR consultant.
The most important questions about studying Personnel Management
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