Master Human Resource Management (Part Time) - Máster en Dirección de Recursos Humanos
Flexible to meet your specific career needs, professionally approved, and developed in conjunction with leading regional employers, this course provides thorough, illuminating and highly relevant training for people who want to look realistically and confidently towards the higher levels of HR management.
Relevant, respected, rewarding
One of the first centres to be approved by CIPD to run our qualification in line with their new membership and qualification framework.
Once you complete the Diploma, CIPD will recognise that you’ve fully satisfied the knowledge criteria for Chartered Membership status.
The course considers the whole range of people management practices and policies within an organisation, with a view to achieving improved performance.
It’s flexible and progressive, which means that you can customise it to meet your individual needs.
You will be prepared to meet the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements of the HR profession as we equip you with the critical self-analysis and reflective-practice skills which underpin your career development planning.
You´ll usually need:
A degree of at least a 2:2, or equivalent
If your first language is not English you will need a proficiency in English (IELTS 6.5)
Relevant work experience
This course is made up of two stages - Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma.
You’ll be introduced to the study of HR and gain an understanding of concepts, ideas and competences relating to vocational aspects of the discipline.
You’ll study these modules:
Leading Managing and Developing People
Developing Professional Practice
You’ll build on the foundation of knowledge you gained at the Postgraduate Certificate stage. You’ll study these modules:
Human Resource Management in an International Context
Strategic Talent Development
Investigating a Business Issue from a HRM Perspective
You’ll study this module:
CIPD membership is highly sought after by employers looking to recruit to HR positions.
This course helps anyone aspiring to, or already in, HR with their career development and progression. As people are a vital component of any organisation, it’s also a useful foundation if you are entering, or thinking of entering, a more general management role, which has people management responsibilities.
Our graduates now work across the world in HR management and director roles in both public and private-sector organisations, including Boots, NHS, Citibank, Derby City Council and the Youth Hostels Association.
You will be equipped with the critical self-analysis and reflective-practice skills which will underpin your career development planning, supporting your life-long learning and personal growth and development.
This will enable you to prepare to meet the continual professional development (CPD) requirements of the HR profession.