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Transforming organizations through people: How?

  • With a distinctive focus. To make the leap from human resource management to people management, students in this official master's degree program acquire in-depth knowledge of the anthropological, psychological and social underpinnings of the person. From this perspective, people stop being resources and begin to play the essential role they are meant to, because personnel management rooted in a humanistic approach is not at odds with the principles of effectiveness and efficiency that underlie decision making in a company.

  • With an innovative program. The program seeks to train professionals who are capable of transforming organizations through people. In addition to traditional content on human behavior and personnel management techniques, there are specific modules on business and innovation, since, in order to carry out their work properly and align their objectives with the corporate objectives, personnel managers must know the basics of the rest of the areas of the organization: strategy, finance, business management, business situation analysis, etc.

  • With practical experience. In addition to gaining knowledge through the case method, students will participate in a personalized coaching program.  In this way, they will be able to develop their professional capacities and acquire the necessary skills to put the coaching technique into practice in their professional careers. The program is completed with internships in companies and organizations, in which students are able to apply the knowledge they have gained and continue to develop their education.

Prioritize the strategic role of people management in organizations


Many training programs offered today concentrate on teaching the tactical and operational aspects of personnel management in organizations. The graduates of these programs are generally trained to handle the day-to-day tasks of human resource management.


Nevertheless, many of these tasks are increasingly outsourced to specialized offices. This outsourcing should not simply be understood as a consequence of the efforts of companies to minimize their costs, but also as proof of the limited strategic consideration this area receives within companies.


But if training programs prioritize the strategic role of people management in organizations, personnel management departments will be valued by their organizations as areas that add competitive value to the company. This is the intent of the Master's Degree in Personnel Management for Organizations: a shift in focus from "human resource management" to "people management."
 

The program is aimed at graduate students who wish to specialize in the area of people in the business environment.


The Master's Degree in Personnel Management for Organizations is aimed at recent graduates with one of the following profiles:

 

  • Business Administration and Management / Economics

For these students, the Master's Degree program will mean specializing in the area of people and will give them a solid anthropological foundation.

 

  • Engineering / Science / Other technical degrees

The Master's Degree program will help these students understand that organizations are the people in them.

 

  • Humanities / Social Sciences / Communication / Law / Other social science-related degrees

The Master's Degree program will give students from these areas a way to access the business world. In this way, it will offer a vision of the company and the financial criteria that guide decision making, as well as knowledge on specific aspects of handling operational problems related to business management.
 

La garantía de calidad de la titulación se lleva a cabo a través del Sistema de Garantía Interna de Calidad (SGIC). Los procesos que integran el SGIC permiten realizar el seguimiento del título para garantizar la mejora continua en la titulación,  asegurando que los alumnos adquieren los conocimientos y competencias previstas en el título que han cursado.

La Comisión de Garantía de Calidad del Centro es la responsable de coordinar y realizar el seguimiento de cada uno de los procesos. Está formada por uno o dos representantes de la Junta directiva del Centro, un representante de la Comisión de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación de la Universidad, profesores, alumnos y personal de apoyo a la docencia. La CGC se reúne al menos 3 veces durante el curso académico.

Los resultados de los diferentes procesos de cada curso académico son recogidos y analizados en la Memoria de Análisis de Resultados (2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16). Este documento se elabora tras finalizar cada curso y en él se fijan las propuestas de mejora del título, así como el periodo previsto para realizarlas y las personas responsables de su implantación y seguimiento.

Disposiciones generales.

  1. La permanencia de los alumnos en los grados oficiales de máster de la Universidad se limita a un período que comprende el curso académico o los cursos académicos previstos en la Memoria de cada máster necesarios para la realización de esos estudios.

  2. No obstante, agotado tal plazo, podrá ser ampliado en un curso más para aquellos alumnos que hayan obtenido la mayoría de los créditos del máster, y justifiquen no haber podido prestar la debida dedicación a los estudios por razones suficientemente acreditadas.

  3. La ampliación deberá solicitarse, dentro del último curso de permanencia, mediante instancia dirigida al Rectorado de la Universidad, que resolverá previo informe de la Junta Directiva del Centro.

  4. Cuando existan suficientes razones y la experiencia lo aconseje, los Centros podrán proponer al Rectorado especificaciones propias a estas normas.

  5. Los alumnos con necesidades educativas especiales o que cursan estudios a tiempo parcial, que no puedan atenerse a estas disposiciones, deberán plantear cada año su situación antes de formalizar la matrícula, a fin de adaptarla a sus posibilidades de dedicación al estudio.

  6. A los alumnos matriculados en másters no adaptados al Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior o que sean títulos propios de la Universidad, les serán de aplicación las normas de permanencia aplicables a esos estudios".

Reconocimiento y transferencia de créditos

Según la Normativa adaptada a RD 861/2010 del 17.6.2011, existe un procedimiento para reconocer créditos y transferirlos. 

Cristina Muñoz
Programas Máster

Solicitud de información
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+34 948 42 56 00 Ext. 802797
cmcorsini@unav.es

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