Global Human Resource Management English MBA Program is established on the need of the College to strengthen the HR profession, and to give students some grounding in how key areas of business are integrated in successful organizations. Its goal is to give its students a solid, well-rounded education in the HR field, accentuating team building and a global outlook. With the coming era of globalization, nations are racing intensely to gain competitive edge by investing in innovative knowledge and global talents developments, especially in the pursuit of academic prestige and elite-talent cultivations. Therefore, it is important for the full-time
Global Human Resource Management English MBA Program to harness its resources and provide students with opportunities to acquire both theoretical and practical skills. The program aims at delivering a new English master degree program that will develop competitive global talents and equip students with human resource management knowledge, needed greatly today by international companies.
Intended Student Market
The program welcomes not only those who study/work in the HR sector—employers, managers, and professionals, but also those who are interested in the field of HR and for those with an interest in managing/communicating with people.
- HR Profession
Global Human Resource Management English MBA Program program enhances students’ professional ability and knowledge in HR through an integrated education process involving HR theories and practices. Students are required to take courses in Team Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, and Organization Theory and Management. Moreover, with a balanced emphasis on theory and practice, we also offer Research Methodology Theory to enhance the students’ analytical and strategic thinking and to expose them to the best management practices.
- HR Ethics and Social Responsibility
To enhance students’ HR ethics and social responsibility, they will be offered the course “Enterprise Ethics and Sustainable Development”. This course is designed to introduce theories on HR ethics and analyze ethical dilemmas that inevitably come up in conducting business. The course also invites in experts from various industries to help share practical applications with students.
- Global Vision
To foster a global outlook among students, we offer a string of unique international courses, including “International Human Resource Management,” “International Marketing Management,” “Cross Cultural Leadership and Communication,” and “Globalization and Human Resource Management.” All courses mentioned above are taught in English to provide students with international knowledge and cultural awareness. Students may enhance their global vision by engaging in intercultural communication through the university’s 142 partner universities.
- Team Building/Communication Capability
Most of the courses require students to form a team with 3-5 students, and then analyze cases found in the HR field. Through case analysis, students not only gain knowledge of HR theories but also learn how to apply this professional knowledge in a practical manner. In addition, through case discussions they will increase their abilities as effective communicators.
- HR Expertise/Industrial Independent Studies/Problem Solving Ability
Our program offers the course “Consulting Method and Practice” to build the connection bridge between students and enterprises. Students will form teams of 2-3 people and will be instructed by our professors’ to solve problems raised by enterprises. Through this process of industrial independent study, investigation, report and case analysis, students increase their capability by applying theories to practical cases, and solving problems while making business and HR decisions.
Graduation from the Master Program of Global Human Resource Management requires a
minimum of 39 credits.
Compulsory courses are listed as below:
First (Fall) Semester
Second (Spring) Semester
Research Methods I
Human Resources Management
Organization Theory & Management
Research Methods II
Consulting Methods and Practice
Elective courses are required to be English-taught courses. Students may take English-taught courses offered within the College of Management. Students are allowed to take maximum 2 master courses from other colleges.
Students are required to take the four core management courses, i.e., Financial Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing Management, Productions and Operations Management (selecting a minimum of two courses from the above four). Credits approved by a domestic or foreign university accredited by the Ministry of Education, graded no lower than 75, can be waived by application.
Students who have not taken at least two of the four core courses before entry must make up a minimum of two core courses (core courses must be from IBMBA or GHRM MBA Program) during the course of their study. The core courses taken during the course of their study may be accounted for as part of their graduation credits.
Students are allowed to take maximum 2 Chinese-taught MBA courses.
Students from non-English speaking countries are required to have TOEFL score above IBT80 or CBT 213 or IELTS 6 or TOEIC 800 for their English proficiency. Students who have studied in degree programs in universities in English-speaking countries for more than four years are exempted from the language requirement.
International students are required to reach Chinese proficiency, TOCFL score level 2 (A2) or New HSK score level 2. International students who reach TOCFL score level 1(A1) or New HSK score level 1 students must complete and pass at least two semester of Chinese courses provided by the OIA, NSYSU to fulfill the requirement. International students who can’t reach TOCFL score level 1(A1) or New HSK score level 1 must complete and pass at least three semester of Chinese courses provided by the OIA, NSYSU to fulfill the requirement.
Thesis is required to be written in English and need to pass oral assessment.