University for the Creative Arts - Human Resource Management for the Creative Industries MA/MSc

University for the Creative Arts

Human Resource Management for the Creative Industries MA/MSc

MA/MSc Human Resource Management for the Creative Industries course, taught in our creative specialist Business School, is a degree that gives you a unique opportunity to tailor your HR skills to better suit this dynamic sector of the economy.

Ideal for those seeking a more specialised route into careers within areas like gaming, fashion or publishing, this course will give you the knowledge and skills to thrive within the creative industries’ organisational context, and support you to develop the specialised management and leadership skills needed in the sector.

You will manage your own learning and development and enhance your own skills in critical enquiry, logical thought, creative imagination and independent judgement. You will also develop and consolidate informed professional and ethical competence across a range of industry specialisms.

Entry Requirements

IELTS UKVI or Academic5.

If you do not have UK qualifications, we will consider equivalent qualifications from your home country for entry onto our Foundation, Bachelor’s and Master’s courses.

Please click on the name of the country you are from to see the list of accepted qualifications (including English language qualifications) for each level of course from the University Website. As well as academic qualifications, some of our courses require a portfolio of work. You can find out more about specific course entry requirements on our individual course pages of the University.

Course Details

The Programme has a strong creative practice and technical skills background, which will underpin the extensive development of your academic, theoretical and professional knowledge of strategically managing human resources effectively in creative organisations. The curriculum emphasises the need for leveraging a more f lexible approach to managing creatives successfully in a volatile, uncertain, changing and ambiguous (VUCA) world with many evolving contexts such as generation X and Y as well as millennials dominance in the creative industries.

In Semester 1, you will explore organisational behavioural concepts including understanding self and others; organisational culture and structure; as well as learning and development within creatives industries.

In Semester 2, you will explore the contemporary role of taking a more strategic approach to HRM practices in organisations as well as some analytical and financial management aspect of people management within the creative industries.

In Semester 3, you will focus on familiarising yourself with elements of employment legislation, use of data analytics in talent management as well as elements of consumption studies (some of these offered as electives on the MA pathway). The final semester also comprises of supervised f inal project work.

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