Master GESTION DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

Master GESTION DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

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Résumé

Training in the fields of Management and Human Resources Economics by acquiring the techniques and theories specific to the organization of companies in the field of HR as well as consulting activities in the field of social responsibility. Read more

Objectifs

Initial training
Master
2 years
Nice / Nice Campus Valrose
French / English

Details

Introduction

The Master’s in Human Resources Management (GRH) offers high-level training in management, economics and law. The program aims to raise awareness of the viability of companies in relation to their ability to innovate. It provides an understanding of the functional tools of HR management and management. The Economics and Human Resources Management (EMRH) track trains executives in the fields of Economics, Human Resources Management and related organizational and management techniques. The Organizational and Social Responsibility Consulting (CORS)track trains students in HR consulting, organization and corporate social responsibility activities. The opportunities from these tracks include the professions of HRM, HR consulting, HR development, labor economics and social or organizational audit as well as project management. Both tracks allow students to deepen their knowledge of the competitive and institutional environment of companies. Like the EMRH track, the CORS track aims for students to master the projected forms of HR management and their impact on the organization of companies. The two tracks teack the tools of the organizational monitoring and those of the Information Systems.

Objectives

The purpose of the GRH Master’sis to train students in the fields of Management and the Human Resources Economy as well as those of social and organizational auditing. The EMRH tracktrains specialized executives in the fields of Economics and Human Resources Management and organizational, management and ICT techniques related to the HR professions. The CORS tracktrains students in HR consulting, organization and corporate social responsibility. Both tracks allow students to deepen their knowledge of the competitive and institutional environment of companies. They offer high-level training in management, economics and law that does not neglect the mastery of management techniques or control. The program aims to raise awareness of the viability conditions of companies closely linked to their ability to innovate. It provides an understanding of the functional tools of HR management and business management. The CORS track trains students in the development of social responsibility policies and project management. Like the EMRH track, the CORS track aims to help students master the projected forms of HR management and their impact on the organization of companies. These courses include organizational monitoring and Information Systems.

Specificities

The EMRH trackprepares specialized executives in the fields of Economics and Human Resources Management and organizational, management and ICT related to the professions covered by the specialty. The CORS trackspecifically trains students in the organizational consulting and social responsibility activities. The career opportunities associated with this track include the professions of HR consulting, HR development, and social auditing. The structure of the Master’s in Human Resources Management The typical EMRH track - Economics and HR Management can be followed under an apprenticeship or professionalization contract by a specific group of students in M1 and M2. The typical Organization and Social Responsibility (CORS) track shares common lessons in M1. The two standard tracks can be followed in initial training in M1 and M2 and under apprenticeship or professionalization contractsin M2. In a global manner, students in the program attend just over 800 hours of face-to-face instructionover the two years of the master's degree. This contact time is supplemented by independent work in certain modules (files, presentations, case studies, summary notes, etc.) or on various projects (tutored projects like the organization of seminars in M1, preparing a dissertation, support for alternation missions within a company). This time corresponds to 50 hours of tutoring and seminarsfor the student. It represents approximately 400 hours of activities attested by achievements and evaluations. In particular, the dissertation produced on vocational study or internship assignments represents a large number of credits (more than 10 ECTS), which corresponds to almost 200 hours of independent work by the student.

Places

Nice, Nice Campus Valrose

Person in charge of the academic program

Admission

Prerequisite

Prerequisites for enrolment

Undergraduate level, Graduate level

Prerequisites training

University degree required for admission : license in Economics-Management, Economics, AES, Management, Law, Social Psychology.
Admission through the e-candidat platform.
Possibly : an interview with the candidate by a mixed jury of professionals and academics.

Course program

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Year of highschool graduation

Graduate level

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

Job opening

Job(s)

  • Conseil en organisation et management d'entreprise
  • Direction de grande entreprise ou d'établissement public
  • Conseil en formation
  • Conseil en Santé Publique
  • Développement des ressources humaines
  • Coordination pédagogique

Business sector or job

EMRH course
HRD; HRD assistants; Staff managers; Recruitment and interim jobs; E-recruiters; Administrative Directors; Responsible for internal communication; Information systems managers; Training officers; Civil service executives in the areas of social and employment; Training managers; Skills managers or in GPEC ...

CORS course
Organizational auditors; Social auditors; Social Responsibility Auditors; Responsible for Sustainable Development or Social Responsibility; Organizational consultants; HRM consultants; Change management consultants; Management consultants; Professional Risk Consultants; Project managers in (re)-organization; HR Development Managers; Talent Manager ...

Submission

Tuition

Registration fees for the national diplomas are set each year at national level. You will also have to pay a student and campus life contribution (CVEC) to the CROUS prior to any registration.