MASTERSTUDIES

Master Degrees in Human Resources in South Africa

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.

Getting a degree in human resources is a way of preparing to be a member of the workforce at a company or organization. Students in this field may take courses on subjects as diverse as pay equality, employment law, leadership, management and organizational behavior.

 

Masters in Human Resources in South Africa

5 Results in Human Resources, South Africa Filter

MCom in Strategic Human Resource Management (Coursework)

Master
Jan 2021
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Full-time
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Part-time
30 Oct 2020
English
Campus

The purpose of this qualification is to develop the applied competence of the student on an advanced (executive) level in the mastering, analysis, interpretation, and understa ...

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Master of Human Resource Management

Master
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Full-time
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Part-time
English
Online

The Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) program objective is to provide students with distinct professional human resource knowledge and practical applications in human ...

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MCom/MPhil in Employment Relations (RD)

Master
Jan 2021
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Full-time
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Part-time
English
Campus

Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This qual ...

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MCom/MPhil in Human Resource Management (RD)

Master
Jan 2021
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Full-time
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Part-time
English
Campus

Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This qual ...

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MPhil in Human Resource Development (RD)

Master
Jan 2021
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Part-time
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2&nbsp;-&nbsp;3 years
English
Campus

The student should develop applied competencies and practical skills in the acquisition, interpretation and reflection on related research methodology, and proper written and/ ...

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