The Master in Business Administration in Human Resource Management program of Lincoln University College, Malaysia (LUC) is designed to focus on the human resource elements of business and also help to develop the skills needed to contribute to the management.
The Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management program of Lincoln University College, Malaysia (LUC) is designed to focus on the human resource elements of business and also help to develop the skills needed to contribute to the management. The program develops understanding of HRM practices across a variety of organizational settings; with an emphasis on strategic, international and comparative subject matter.LUC will provide the student the wide ranging and multi-level approach in Human Resource Management. The course appreciate and critically evaluate the latest theoretical concepts, principles,standards and frameworks of HRM practice and gain skills in solving complex scenarios related to improving the activities and functions of modern HRM.
For successful completion of Masters degree in LUC, each candidate should publish minimum of Two research articles in scopus indexed journals, with Lincoln affiliation.
The aims for the proposed programme are to create an environment of high-performance work systems in an organization. It helps to become a reflective practitioner in the field of Human Resource. The degree is acquired to develop themes by studying relevant theories, research and practices in managing people and the employment relationship.MBA in HR help the student in implementing the HR policy when and where required in an organization. Understanding of people’s behavior at work station and generate the ideas to make the working environment tranquil for the employees once pursuing this course.
Students after completing this course can pursue careers in general management also in specialist HR management positions or consultancy roles in all the fields of human resource management, capable of director level. MBA in HR can get a position in personnel administration, recruitment and selection, training and development, people and organizational development, employee relations and human resource development.