Master of Management and Science Course Description 

The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries. 

Human Resources Management – Select 5 Core courses below and 7 required courses from the management program – 36 Credits

HRM 7000 Human Resources Management (3)

The course aims to produce well-rounded human resources practitioners with exemplary knowledge and relevant hands-on experience. The course gives you an opportunity to increase your employability with real-life case studies, a student council and a business society. The course brings together the insights and work of leading academic researchers with instruction grounded in practice and focused on real-world application. Recruiting, training, team building, performance updates, employee policy, salary, benefits and increments, employee health and safety are the subjects that are undertaken in this course. 

HRM 7010 Human Resources Training (3)

This course is designed to provide participants with a practical and working knowledge of basic Federal Employee Relations (ER) program requirements, and to assist participants in developing advisory skills that support agency management and employees. The course is aimed at line managers, supervisors, employee and union representatives of all levels, this flexible part-time program provides the knowledge and skills needed to support and manage effective employee relations in the modern work place. The curriculum brings executives up to date with the latest thinking and research on key HR topics, such as how companies can manage cooperatively across boundaries and what it takes to build world-class signature processes.

HRM 7020 Employee Relations (3)

This course is designed to provide participants with a practical and working knowledge of basic Federal Employee Relations (ER) program requirements, and to assist participants in developing advisory skills that support agency management and employees. The course is aimed at line managers, supervisors, employee and union representatives of all levels, this flexible part-time program provides the knowledge and skills needed to support and manage effective employee relations in the modern workplace.

HRM 7030 Concepts of Supervision (3)

The course encompasses Introduction to Supervision:   Best Supervisor/Worst Supervisor, Learning to think like a Manager, Developing Leadership Credibility, Performance and the Marginal Employee, Quality, Productivity & Customer Service and Communication and Conflict Management to name some of the major subjects is aimed at people who hold a professional qualification in the health or social science fields and wish to take up a role as supervisor, or those who have been supervising for some time without formal qualifications 

HRM 7040 Employees Compensation Issues (3)

The course analyzes the manifold forms of compensation and benefits employers provide to their executives and employees and the tax consequences of each to both the employer and employee. Students will explore design strategies that achieve the objective of the employer and employees, while minimizing the tax burden to each. Accident Investigation, Claims Management, Risk Assessment, Young/New Worker Orientation and Emergency Preparedness are the major subjects undertaken in the curriculum.