The importance of human resource management in enterprises is increasingly growing, as is the recognition that the quality of modern and innovative human resource management both significantly and positively influences the economic success of an enterprise. Human Resource Management today is becoming increasingly demanding.
What are the skills you'll need?
• you can think strategically but also want to adopt a hands-on approach,
• you can act in a commercially feasible as well as a socially responsible manner ,
• you enjoy are passionate about thinking in terms of complex causal relationships,
• you want to work on demanding scientific subjects
After completing the master's degree programme students may be deployed as HR advisors or as junior business partners. Or they may also be deployed in posts requiring specialists in HR marketing, recruitment, vocational training, further training, executive development, HR organisation and HR controlling . The service sector also offers many opportunities for graduates whether they become HR advisors or work for training providers or in the software industry.
Study fact file
• Entry is possible in both the summer and winter semesters (admission restricted programme)
• 4 semesters, 120 Credit Points (ECTS)
Master of Science Human Resource Management
Prof. Dr. Christoph Beck is a professor at the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences in the faculty of Business & Management and responsible for the subject area Human Resource Management. His areas of specialisation are HR marketing, employer branding and (e-)recruitment. Prof. Dr. Christoph Beck is one of the leading experts in HR marketing in Germany, a textbook author and director of the Institute of HR Management and Employment Law.
Prof. Dr. Christian Lebrenz is a professor for International Human Resource Management in the faculty of Business & Management at the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences. His areas of specialisation in teaching and research include the linking of corporate strategy to HR management, performance and talent management and the problem of skills shortages. Before he began his work at the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences Prof. Dr. Lebrenz held a number of management positions in an international logistics concern spanning several years.
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