Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)

Why
The Levene Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) is designed to provide a deeper understanding of Human Resource (HR) knowledge and tools. The workplace is ever changing while the legal environment for HR continues to evolve, putting ever more demands on HR professionals. Employees’ backgrounds are diversified and younger generations are vocalizing their needs. These challenges fall directly on the shoulders of the Human Resource professionals. Graduates of the Master of Human Resource Management program gain the strategic HR perspective and skills needed to add critical value to corporate decision-making.  The MHRM program focuses on the changing and competitive global environment, research, testing and conceptualizing ideas, and implementing new policy.

Who It's For
The MHRM is designed for experienced HR managers and professionals who want to deepen their specific expertise and move up to the ranks of HR directors and VPs. These individuals seek to further their understanding of how today’s advanced strategic HR management skills and leadership affect the workplace to attain a sustainable competitive advantage.

What It Looks Like
This internationally sought-after degree integrates cutting-edge theory with best practices from both a business and human resources perspective. It provides professionals with the building blocks of best practices in HRM and the tools to interpret and meet their organization’s strategic HR needs. The program delivers enhanced management skills, and a superior understanding of organizations as a whole. At the Levene Graduate School of Business, students have unparalleled access to their instructors both during and after their program of study.  Through case studies, simulations and seminars students will gain theoretical knowledge and real-world debate.

The MHRM provides life-long learning tools which create sustainable competitive advantage for firms through the development and application of effective HR practices. Students will explore issues such as training and development, labour relations, employee selection, human resources policy impact, organizational behavior, health and safety, and compensation. Students will be able to apply knowledge of major human resources responsibilities at both a strategic and operational level. Skilled faculty members pass on their knowledge and expertise to students. Ultimately the MHRM provides its students the skills needed to manage people and keep up with the changing needs of the workplace.  

Outcomes

  • In-depth understanding of core business functions associated with human resource management
  • Strategic focus on human resource management
  • Techniques and tools for driving organizational results in complex, turbulent markets
  • Holistic approach to assessing organizations and HR functions, identifying opportunities and problems, and formulating strategic solutions
  • Capacity to lead cross-functional initiatives and corporate projects in complex organizations