Full Time: 1 year (Minimum)
Part Time: 2 years (Minimum)
Intake: March, July, November
The Master in Strategic Human Resource Management programme prepares graduates to be human resource managers who are capable of formulating human resource strategies that promote sustainable growth and development of expertise in organisations.
To enable graduates to articulate and apply human resource management theories and adopt the principles and best practices relevant to their organisation.
To enable graduates to perform as effective human capital managers in both public and private sectors.
To enable graduates to formulate, communicate, and implement strategic thinking processes involving cross-cultural communication and sensitivity to the needs of different cultures.
Ability to acquire and apply knowledge in the areas of human resource management for both localised setting and international environment.
Ability to demonstrate relevant expertise and skills to provide leadership in strategic human resource management.
Ability to engage in strategic and critical thinking with analytical, evaluative, and problem solving skills when making strategic human resource management decisions.
Ability to engage in effective cross-cultural communication skills and sensitive to social responsibility in a multicultural setting.
Ability to articulate ethical issues in strategic human resource management as well as to provide leadership in social responsibility.
Ability to lead and engage in lifelong learning at individual, group, and institutional levels.