The University of Roehampton, London Online has just launched a MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management.
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Modern Human Resource leaders are increasingly required to work as strategic partners within their organisation, as well as possess the skills needed to help people thrive in complex business environments.
The University of Roehampton, London Online has just launched a fully online MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management to help HR professionals around the world meet the demands of their industry and succeed in the evolving HR function.
“Roehampton Online’s MSc in Strategic Human Resources Management has been designed with the needs of the future HR Manager in mind,” said Dr Christina Evans, Principal Lecturer and Business School Executive at the University of Roehampton. “HR professionals in today’s global business environment need to deal with fast changing business demands, manage disruptive technologies, develop new ways of engagement with employees in a growing social world and at the same time, continue to deal with concepts relating to talent and intellectual capital” she added.
The MSc in Strategic HR Management aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the latest contemporary thinking and best practices relating to the field. Students can develop the analytical skills required to contribute to strategic managerial decision-making, with the overall goal of building a competitive advantage across different global contexts. Designed specifically for working professionals, Roehampton Online students participate in a highly engaging, flexible online learning environment. They study alongside and network with like-minded professionals from around the world, supporting their professional growth beyond the completion of the programme.
Roehampton Online’s interactive learning environment brings the chat, group and networking features of social media sites into an academic setting. Throughout each 12 week module, students will be in constant dialogue with fellow students, faculty and their student support network. The programme’s interactive media content from industry experts also supports faculty instruction, and provides a practical first-hand insight into classroom theory.
For more information on the University of Roehampton’s online MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management, please visit www.roehampton-online.com/programmes.
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