Human Resource ManagementWebster Vienna Private University
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- Wien (Österreich)
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Students must have completed a secondary school education (i.e. hold a high school diploma, Matura, Abitur, or the equivalent) before starting this program..
Human Resources Management (HRM) is about managing people as effectively as possible for the benefit of the individual, the organization and society. On a strategic level, HRM is focused on the organization’s strategy, mission and goals. By providing the organization with a skilled, motivated, flexible and cost effective workforce and by contributing to a high quality of working life and ensuring full legal compliance, HRM professionals help the organization to gain a competitive advantage. On an operational level, the goals of HRM are to attract and retain the right talents, as well as train, motivate and downsize the organization when needed.
Webster University’s HRM program offers this double focus - HRM strategy and HRM operations. The faculty consist HRM practitioners, typically senior HRM executives, as well as of academic researchers. Course requirements are designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of HRM policies and practices covering all major HRM activities including workforce management, performance management, compensation and benefits, employee wellbeing, training and development and labor-management relations. There is also a strong focus on leadership tools and personal career development which will prepare students for their professional careers in the human resources management field.
36 required credit hours (12 courses)
27 general education credit hours (9 courses)
65 elective credit hours (22 courses)
ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting I
ACCT 2025 Managerial Accounting
ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics
MNGT 2100 Management Theory and Practices
MNGT 3290 Business Law I
MNGT 3400 Human Resource Management
MNGT 3420 Labor–Management Relations
MNGT 3450 Principles of Organizational Behavior
MNGT 4400 Personnel Law
MNGT 4420 Compensation Management
MNGT 4600 Contemporary Human Resource Strategies (Overview)
Webster University’s HRM program has a strong global focus. HRM students get a thorough understanding for HRM policies and practices of global companies and are well equipped for an international career in human resources management. With knowledge about state of the art HRM practices, students from the Webster HRM program are also well prepared for careers in companies acting in local markets.
Webster University’s HRM program is also designed for those who have another area of specialization, such as Finance, Marketing, International Business or Psychology. Completing the program will equip students with the leadership tools and practices enabling them to develop solutions to the human resources management problems which exist in all areas of business.
Duration: 3-4 years