Organizational Development and Human Resources
Organizational Development and Human Resources (M.A.)
The part-time master’s degree program in Organizational and Personnel Development teaches practice-oriented concepts and methods in two years. The focus is on concrete questions from operational practice. The aim is to improve competence in the field of organizational and personnel development. Research elements promote the understanding of organizational contexts and the ability to analyze and reflect.
What is the degree program about?
The master’s degree program in Organizational and Personnel Development is offered on a part-time basis over two years in a combination of self-study, classroom and project phases. The focus is on concrete questions from the students’ business practice.
The aim of the course is to teach concepts and methods that will lead to improved competence in the fields of organizational and personnel development. The direct linking of theory with practical operational questions and problems means that new tasks in organizational and personnel development can be successfully mastered. The program includes research elements through which students should gain a better understanding of organizational contexts and increase their ability to analyze and reflect.
The degree program is application-oriented, i.e. it ties in with the students’ professional experiences.
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