MSc International Human Resources & Performance Management

 

 

Programme courses

​​​​​​​​​​​​

Courses by semester & credits

  
SEMESTER 1

   > Mandatory courses
  • Globalisation and HRM: The Cultural Impact on People and Organisations, 3 credits
  • Employability & Career, 1 credit
 ​
   > Module 1: Fundamentals of HRM
  • HRM: Fundamentals of Organisational Structures, 2 credits
  • Advanced Organisational Behaviour, 2 credits

   > Module 2: International HRM
  • Managing HR and Careers in International Organisations, 3 credits

   > Module 3: Performance Management
  • Managing Individual & Collective Performance Systems, 3 credits
  • Recruitment Techniques, 2 credits

   > Module 4: Learning, Knowledge, Change
  • Personal and Professional Development for the HR Manager, 3 credits

   > Module 5: Contemporary issues in HRM, 8 credits
  • Strategic Human Resource Management, 3 credits
  • CSR and Business Performance, 2 credits
 

SEMESTER 2

   > Mandatory courses
  • Collaborative Management, Innovation and Creativity, 3 credits
  • Employability & Careers, 1 credit
   > Module 1: Fundamentals of HRM
  • Comparative Labour Law, 4 credits
   > Module 2: International HRM
  • International Employment Relations, 3 credits
  • Benefits & Compensation in International Organisations​, 2 credits
   > Module 3: Performance Management
  • HR Metrics & the Balanced Scorecard​, 3 credits
  • Information Systems for HRM, 2 credits

   > Module 4: Learning, Knowledge, Change
  • Designing Innovative Learning/Learning For The 21st Century, 2 credits
  • Organisational Development & Change Management, 2 credits

   > Module 5: Contemporary issues in HRM
  • Workforce Management & Talent Management, 4 credits
  • Quality of Life at Work, 2 credits

Dissertation*, 30 credits
 

Electives
  • Risk & Crisis Management
    or: French Training Law (taught in French), 2 credits
 
TOTAL credits (courses: 60 + thesis: 30), 90 credits
 
 
 
* Students must write an MSc dissertation on a subject of personal interest or a field in which they would like to work. The dissertation project gives students the opportunity to become expert in one specific aspect of human resources management/organisational behaviour. Students are encouraged to choose a dissertation project linked to their internship, thus demonstrating expertise in a particular area of HR to any future employer.
 
 
 
These details are for information only and may be changed by the school without prior notice.
  







Why
choose SKEMA
At the top of French and international rankings SEE RANKINGS
A global business school SEE SKEMA NEWS
A wide range of programmes COMPARE

SKEMA, the global business school

Bachelor, Master In Management, Specialised Masters, Masters of Science (MSc), PhD, DBA, Executive Education, Executive MBA...


Subscribe to
our newsletters.