Strategic Management of Human Resources - 231 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire

Optionnel A

  • Fondamentaux du droit du travail (individuel et collectif)
  • Droit social approfondi : problématiques contemporaines

Obligatoire

  • Digital, intelligence artificielle, systèmes d'information et GRH
  • Management du bien-être et de la santé au travail
  • Cycle de conférences : international et défis contemporains (mutualisé avec MBA RH et chaire C&M)
  • Cas pratiques juridiques : ateliers / mises en situation
  • Développement personnel
  • Langue - English HR
  • Voyage d'étude à l'international
  • Méthodologies de l'enquête (analyse des données et big data)
  • Médiation en entreprise, prévenir et gérer les conflits individuels et collectifs
  • Méthodologie
  • Diagnostic
  • Apprentissage
  • Mémoire

Optionnels

  • Politiques de recrutement et d'intégration : aspects locaux et internationaux
  • Anthropologie des organisations : comprendre et accompagner les enjeux culturels et sociaux
  • Marketing et RH : segmentation, marque employeur et expérience collaborateur
  • Management des risques RH dans différents contextes (restructurations, mobilité internationale,…)
  • Fondamentaux de la finance et du contrôle
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Projet innovant
  • Évaluation: contextes enjeux et méthodes

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program consists of about 450 hours of courses taught between the end of August and the start of the following July. The large number of options allow students to choose an academic track that is specific to their career goals and previous experience.

For all students, whether they are doing an apprenticeship or an internship, the year is structured as follows:

  • From the end of August to mid-November: 10 weeks of classes and an initial immersion period at a company (two days a week for six weeks)
  • From mid-November to the start of July: One week of classes, then three weeks at the workplace
  • From the start of July to the end of October: full-time at the workplace

Internships and Supervised Projects

Students usually follow the work-study track in the second year of the Master's degree (with an apprenticeship or professionalization contract) The program organizes an HR Fair on admissions day in May and the university puts on a general work-study fair in June. They also share internship opportunities on behalf of partner companies, alumni, etc. In general, students find their host organization before the summer. The program director must approve the assignments, in order to ensure that they are the right level for a Master's student, in alignment with the student's own career aspirations, and offer opportunities for development in the second year.

Students can always choose to take the second year of the Master's program as traditional pre-experience training. In this case, they will undertake a professional internship of at least six months durations and follow the same schedule as the work-study students (one week on campus followed by three weeks at the workplace from mid-November).