MBA HR Management

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Every business establishment has Human Resource management personnel who manage employees’ affairs, recruitments, finances, payrolls, appraisals, to name a few. Having right people at right place is important for companies to grow at expected pace and human resource managers and their staff play a vital role in bridging the gap between management and workers.

Objectives:

Industries look for competent people with Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT to manage their HR departments. This is a two-year master program offered through online mode. The degree is awarded by the Annamalai University and recognized by the UGC, AICTE, and the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.

  • To create basic awareness on managing businesses.
  • To educate students various aspects of HR functions like hiring, payroll, training, labour laws, appraisals, industrial relations, etc.
  • To train them with modern practices involved in organizational development, management change and e-business.
  • To make them understand on how the concepts work in the real world through examples.

Syllabus

In the first year, there are 8 subjects:

  • Managerial Communication
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Principles of Management
  • Production and Materials Management
  • Business Mathematics and Statistics
  • Financial Management

In the second year, there are 8 subjects:

  • Organisational Development & Management of Change
  • Training and Development
  • Labour Welfare
  • Industrial Relations
  • Wages and Salary Administration
  • Strategic Management
  • E-Business
  • Business Research Methods

Career Prospects

As an HR Management professional you will have to handle a variety of functions like payroll management, hiring, employee engagement, performance appraisals, taxation, training, policies & strategies, organization development, performance reviews and culture building.

With qualification, your career in HR management may begin typically as HR Executive or Trainee, and with experience you can look to become HR Officer, Assistant HR Manager, HR Manager, and then to Vice President HR, General Manager HR and Director HR.

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