A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Master Program in Administration Studies in Greece
The M.P.A. has been designed to develop professionals in the public sector, who understand the increasingly complex issues shaping policies and projects at the local and natio ... +
Tailored to the needs of professionals with a commitment to HR who wish to advance their career in the dynamically changing environment of human resource management.
Human Resource Management (HRM) is an essential area of business which sustains the other functional departments of the company. Effective recruitment practices and following ... +
In this full-time programme, students will study the management challenges encountered by global organisations, with particular emphasis on attracting, managing and developing ... +
The MSc program aims to offer postgraduate education and training to graduate students and executives that wish to work or are currently employed in the sectors of Shipping, F ... +
More than 90% of the World’s trade is transported by ships. Shipping is one of the most important sectors of the global economy. As a globally competitive industry, it is not ... +
A Masters in Human Resource Management & Training from the University of Leicester develops practical skills such as presentations, problem solving, team work & planni ... +
The purpose of the MSc in Managing Human Resources is to provide HR professionals and those seeking to work in this area with the tools to operate effectively within this fast ... +
This course will help you to develop an understanding of how and why human resource policies and practices differ across the world. You’ll examine how international companies ... +
The MSc in Human Resource Management is a one-year, full-time programme. It's for those of you who aim to pursue a career in the field of human resource management.