Craiglockhart Campus, Off campus
This programme will enable you to make a significant contribution to people management practice and develop a deep understanding of the changing role of HRM in the development and implementation of employment policies and procedures.
You’ll learn the specialist skills and expertise you need to be effective in realising human potential and wellbeing in employment and gain an understanding of recruitment and selection, training and development, employee relations and performance management.
People and Organisational Development; The Organisational Context of HR; Employment Law;
Employee Resourcing; Learning and Development; Labour Relations; Research Skills and Professional Development (including 15 day work placement); Dissertation
You'll need a recognised 2:2 Honours degree or equivalent qualification for entry into this course.
January, May, September
Distance and Flexible learning
Part time (day)
24 - 33 months
Business and Management