M.Sc. Human Resource Management
Human resource management is becoming increasingly important for businesses and there is a growing awareness that effective and innovative human rescource management can positively influence a company's economic success. This field has become increasingly sophisticated.
Applicants for this programme should:
- be strategic thinkers who also like to be actively involved
- have good business sense and a commitment to social responisibility
- be enthusiastic about dealing with complex interdependencies
- be interested in exploring challenging academic themes
Graduates from this master's programme can take on roles such as human resource managers or junior business partners. They can also pursue careers as specialists in human resource marketing, recruitment, training, continuing education, leadership development, human resources planning or human capital management. There are also many opportunities for graduates in the service sector, for example in recruitment consultancies, training institutes or the software industry.
Degree programme overview
- Start in the winter or summer semester (study programme with restricted admission)
- 4 semesters, 120 CP (ECTS)
Master of Science in Human Resource Management
Prof. Dr. Christoph Beck is a professor in the Faculty of Business & Management at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences. He is responsible for the subject area Human Resource Management. His teaching and research focuses on human resources marketing, employer branding and (e-)recruitment. Beck is one of Germany's leading experts in human resources marketing, he is a published author and is the director of the Institute for Human Resources Management & Labour Law.
Prof. Dr. Christian Lebrenz is a professor for International Human Resource Management in the Faculty of Business & Management at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences. His teaching and research focuses on the links between corporate strategies and human resource management, performance and talent management, and the skills shortage. Before joining the university, Lebrenz worked in various management positions in an international logistics company for several years.
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