Masters in Human Resource Development Management

Stream Management
Course Type M.Phil
Duration 3 Years

Masters in Human Resource Management

Masters in Human Resource Management courses are most commonly offered as a Master of Science (MSc) or a specialized Master of Business Administration (MBA), but are also sometimes available as Master of Arts (MA) degrees. Some universities offer human resource management courses as part of a more general master’s degree, combining HR with business studies, which may be useful if you haven’t previously studied business and want to gain a foundational understanding of relevant issues. Whether you previously studied human resources (HR) as part of an undergraduate business degree, or you’re a professional seeking to access a range of HR careers, a Masters in Human Resource Management could be the perfect next step in developing your critical understanding of people and the businesses they work for.

  • Human Resource Management is the management of an organization's employees. While human resource management is sometimes referred to as a "soft" management skill, effective practice within an organization requires a strategic focus to ensure that people resources can facilitate the achievement of organizational goals.
  • The duration of M.A. in Human Resource Management is mostly of two academic years but it may vary from institute to institute. The syllabus of the course is divided into four semesters.

M.A. Human Resource Management Eligibility

  • The candidates should complete their B.A. degree under any recognized University or College in Arts stream.
  • The marks of admission for this course may vary from institute to institute. In various colleges and Universities there an entrance exam plus interview for the admission of the students.
  • Work Experience Minimum 24 months