Last Updated on Monday, September 05, 2016 08:10:17 PM



OUM's Master programme
Open University Malaysia
POSTGRADUATE MASTER PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY OUM

A- FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE (FEL)
1- Master of Instructional Design RM19,500
2- Master of Education RM19,000
3- Master of English Studies RM23,500


B- FACULTY OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES (FASS)
1- Master of Islamic Studies RM16,000
2- Master of Counselling  RM21,000


C- FACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (FBM)
1- Master of Business Administration RM28,000
2- Master of Management RM23,000
3- Master of HR Management RM21,000


D- FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION (FITMC)
1- Master of Information Technology RM24,00

E- FACULTY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (FST)
Master of Project Management
Master of Occupational Safety and Health Risk Management


F- FACULTY OF NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCE (FONAS)
1- Master of Nursing RM20,000

 

 

Master of Human Resource Management



Normal Entry

Honors degree in any field; OR
Bachelor degree in any field with at least 2 years working experience.
OR Flexible Entry

Malaysian Citizen AND
Be at least 35 years old on 1st of January (application year) AND
Possess STPM/HSC (minimum 1 principal) OR
Recognized Diploma or equivalent AND
Possess prior learning experience AND / OR knowledge relevant to the programme applied. AND
Passed Flexible Entry Assessment;

Master of Human Resource Management

Coursework Year 1 Year 2
Semester 1 RM4,500   RM4,500
Semester 2  RM4,500 RM3,000
Semester 3 RM4,500  
Total RM21,000  

CENTRE FOR GRADUATE STUDIES

 


Programme Synopsis

The objectives of the Master in Human Resource Management are to:

To develop an understanding of theory and practice in the overall human resource management areas;

To help students prepare effectively, through broadening their knowledge, skills and ability for a career as human resource specialists;

To inculcate a sense of appreciation for innovative thinking in human resource management areas, particularly in understanding organizational theory and its application to organizational development;

To develop the ability to sensibly solve employees and organizational issues; and

To provide a reliable basis for further professional or educational enhancement in the future.
Placing the right people in the right job is the most important role of human resource management. To carry out this task, the human resource management itself must be staffed with the right people in the first place. This is a requirement that a human resource department should fulfill if it wants to recruit people with the right skills. Today, employees are looked upon as assets who can help to rganiz rganizational goals. Therefore, trained and qualified human resource professionals should and would have an edge in the job market.

The MHRM programme in OUM provides learners with the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge in human resource management and to manage people in organization effectively.


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