|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
Organisation & Leadership
Human Resource Management
|University website:||Business Administration: People Management and Organisation|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,600 CHF|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||1,600 CHF|
People are more than a resource. They are the key to manage the challenges of todays business environment. The ability to leverage this potential requires more and more specialists and leaders who have knowledge and concepts at their disposal to deliver pragmatic solutions Our multidisciplinary Master's program leads students to being very well prepared for working in the fields of people management, organisational development and transformation both with a very sound theoretical background as well as with a practice-oriented focus.
The demand for qualified and strategically oriented organisational and people management experts is increasing due to the rapid transformation of many industries. Our working world is changing, and changing fast. Many functions are disappearing completely, while new ones are being created. The gap between the skills people have and the skills needed for today's and tomorrow's jobs is one of the most pressing issues of our time.
With a major in People Management and Organsation, you will be able to initiate, design and successfully accompany strategically important and complex corporate processes in human resource management (HRM), leadership and organisational development. This interdisciplinary master's program combines practice-oriented, well-founded knowledge with proven application expertise. The modules listed below form the basis for competence development:
The consecutive Master in Business Administration is future-oriented, the study contents correspond to the needs and expectations of companies in a constantly changing, globally networked and increasingly digital world. This Master combines the latest economic, psychological and sociological approaches in the field of organization and human resources and is characterized by a high level of application. The design of people management processes is understood as a creative and entrepreneurial task. At the same time, the effects of new technologies and societal developments on the working world of tomorrow are also critically examined.
Exciting career paths are open not only at the operational and strategic level in organizational development and HRM. The PMO major also enables graduates to take on challenging specialist and management tasks in the field of corporate development. Graduates take on key functions as generalists for organizational development, learning & development, personnel support and consulting. But people management specialist professions such as recruiting & employer branding, talent management or employee experience are also open to them. And of course, a doctorate is also a promising option.
The Master's graduates of the Lucerne School of Business have also proven to be outstanding start-up founders.