MBA in HR - Course Overview

Duration: 2.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 4,50,000 / Year

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About MBA in HR

MBA in Human resource management teaches candidates about strategies that improve quality of business and increase the human output in corporate, private as well as public sectors. Education is imparted through case studies and with the help of problems that exist in companies.

Apart from that, the programme is also closely related to the employee welfare schemes and ensuring that labour welfare rights are followed at the place of work. HR managers also ensure the retention of employees, their compensation and reward them whenever deserved.

MBA in HR Syllabus

First Year:

Principles of Management and Organisational Behaviour

Quantitative Techniques for Management

Marketing Management

Research Methods for Management

Managerial Economics

Corporate Communication

Human Resource Management

Operations Management

Accounting and Finance for Managers

 

Second Year:

Personal Management Concepts

Performance Management: Systems and Strategies

Compensation Management

Strategic Management

Methodology of Training and Development

Business Environment and Ethics

Industrial Relations Management

Organisational Development and Change

Human Resource Development and Planning

Popular Specializations of MBA in HR

Career Options and Job Prospects

Human resource management is the center of almost all the corporate firms as it is directly in contact with all the employees and manages their work as well as expectations. Aspiring candidates can also pursue PGDM in human resource management to get lucrative job offers after completion of the course.

In the corporate world, each firm has a Human Resource division to manage the employees. However, some of the companies outsource their human resource work to professional companies. Some of the popular firms in this field are SutraHR, ABC Consultants, Adecco India, AON Hewitt (previously Hewitt Associates), CareerNet, Global InnovSource, IKYA Human Capital, Kelly Services India, ManpowerGroup India, Randstad India (previously Ma Foi Randstad), etc. Following are some of the jobs that one can pursue after MBA in Human resource management:

  • HR Manager
  • Training and Development specialist
  • Recruiter
  • Labor Relations Manager

The starting salary after pursuing bachelor’s degree in HR varies from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 25,000 per month. However, after pursuing PGDM or MBA in Human Resource Management, the salaries can vary from Rs. 3.5 lakh to Rs. 8 lakh per annum depending on your skills and caliber.