The programme of Master in Human Resources Management is taught in Arabic and covers the local and regional labor market needs in human resource management. It aims to prepare professionals to be specialized in human resource management, and to prepare graduates through good training on contemporary practices in Human resource management with an emphasis on the strategic importance of human resource management in addressing the challenges faced by modern institutions. The programme carries 36 credit hours and includes 10 courses, eight core courses, two elective courses, and a thesis.
The programme of Master in Human Resources Management provides graduates with the opportunity to develop knowledge and generic skills in human resource management. Human resources management is affected by the variety of ways in which a business is run, as well as by organizational change, training and development processes, employee relations, and strategic recruitment processes. In our contemporary societies, which are knowledge driven, human capital has become the most important asset in any institution. The skills and competencies of employees are what determine the success of the institution within a competitive environment at the local and global levels.
The Master in Human Resources Management programme aims to:
1. Provide graduates with critical knowledge and understanding as human resources professionals who work in various local and international organizations through studying human resources strategies and leadership development, to prepare highly qualified cadres that contribute to achieving the requirements of sustainable development in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
2. Prepare a graduate capable of conducting scientific research, employing his standard and specialized methodologies and designing and implementing a study of advanced topics in human resources management field. The graduate will utilize software and information systems to develop their abilities, update their knowledge and promote the values of initiative and innovation through research, experimentation and innovation in the formulation and implementation of modern human resource management strategies.
3. Enable graduates to develop critical thinking, critical analysis, interpretation, creative assessment and problem-solving skills that emerge in the context of human resources management applications in business organizations.
4. Enable the graduate to practice professional skills to communicate with a range of audiences with varying levels of experience, and to take a role in decision-making at the strategic level.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 25 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 15
- Assessments Yes