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1 School of Management Distance Learning Courses in Management and Human Resources

2 2 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT 3 Why Study at the School of Management 4 Distance Learning at Leicester 5 Professional Diploma in Management 6 MSc in Finance 7 Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, MSc in Management 8 MSc in Marketing 9 Certificate and Diploma in Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations 11 Certificate, Diploma and BSc in Human Resource Management 13 MSc in Human Resource Management and Training 14 MSc in Industrial Relations and Workplace Learning 15 MSc in Performance Management and Workplace Learning 16 Masters by Research (MRes) 17 Option Modules and the Dissertation 18 Learning and Assessment 19 Support 20 Entry Requirements 21 How to Apply 22 Your Alumni Network 23 Distance Learning Agents Welcome to Leicester We believe that our world-changing research produces high quality teaching and will inspire you to go further. At Leicester we consider education and knowledge to be power for good. We re all about pushing the boundaries and discovering ways to improve and change the world for the better. Our research has impact at the cutting edge of business: researchers from our School of Management have discovered that managers who encourage employees to be more proactive and flexible do make gains in performance and productivity. But, in contrast to widely held views, this may be at the expense of employee job satisfaction. But this is not just about what we do this is also about you. We know our work is better in a shared academic community that includes you. Where you re coming from and your journey up to this point will have given you your own personal perspectives and ideas. These, along with your experience, energy and willingness to ask the difficult questions benefits you and us. At Leicester you ll be working with our leading academics who are at the forefront of their disciplines. By sharing their enthusiasm you ll be immersed in a stimulating and innovative learning environment, which will enable you to realise your potential and to compete alongside the very best. Leicester Credentials We are consistently ranked in the top 20 of UK national league tables. We are also ranked in the top 2% in the world by the QS World University rankings 2013, and the THE World University rankings The University has won Times Higher Awards in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and We are the only University to win seven consecutive awards. Our research has impact. We are ranked in the top-20 in the UK for research citations per academic year.

3 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 3 Why Study at the School of Management The School of Management attracts students and academics from all over the world, ensuring a truly global feel and allowing you to become part of an inclusive, diverse and professional international network. The research talents within the School of Management are far-reaching and this research feeds directly into our teaching, allowing you to learn from those currently involved in cutting-edge research in your area of interest. Our distance learning courses have been designed to benefit you as an individual and enable you to contribute to the success of your organisation. The courses have been developed with the professional in mind and offer you many opportunities for career enhancement. Our wide range of option modules provides you with the flexibility to tailor your study around your interests and also with the skills and knowledge to move into a variety of careers or into further postgraduate research. Professional Recognition: The School of Management is a member of the Association of Business Schools. Our MSc Management and MSc Finance have been approved by The Chartered Institute of Marketing to provide direct entry onto the CIM s Professional Certificate in Marketing and the MSc Marketing is approved for direct entry to the CIM Chartered Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing. Management is too important not to debate Organisations have an enormous impact on all of us as business owners, managers, employees, as customers and more generally as citizens; and these organisations are all managed to a greater or lesser degree. We therefore need to debate management and organisations; they are too important in our everyday lives to be left unexamined. The School of Management aims to facilitate the development of reflective practitioners who are able to improve upon their own management practices as they develop both their careers and the organisations in which they work. Our courses look at management in a different light and look for students who are willing to have their basic managerial assumptions challenged. Our goal is to equip you with a range of relevant theories, techniques and concepts, however, whereas most business schools stop there, we go further: we guide you as you unpick these concepts, challenge them and question their relevance to contemporary society for we believe that management is too important not to debate.

4 4 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Distance Learning at Leicester What is distance learning? Primarily delivered online, distance learning allows studying in your own time and space so that you can combine achieving a qualification with work or family commitments. Studying by distance learning has the benefit of allowing you to develop your career without having to leave employment. It also means that you can apply new knowledge and insights into your working life while you are still studying. Teaching for our distance learning courses is facilitated through our virtual learning environment Blackboard, which can be accessed online from anywhere in the world. Why study via distance learning with the University of Leicester? The University of Leicester has over 25 years experience of offering high quality distance learning courses. Over 25,000 students have graduated from our distance learning courses. As a major provider of distance learning courses, we can combine high quality teaching with a vast choice of subjects and consistent value for money. Our courses have been specifically designed to be studied at a distance, giving you the flexibility to study from any location within a structured and supportive framework. Distance learning courses at the School of Management The School of Management offers distance learning courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Find a course to suit you... Undergraduate: Professional Diploma in Management Certificate and Diploma in Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations Certificate, Diploma and BSc in Human Resource Management Postgraduate: MSc Finance MSc Human Resource Management and Training MSc Industrial Relations and Workplace Learning Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and MSc Management MSc Marketing MSc Performance Management and Workplace Learning Masters by Research (MRes) You can also study our AMBA accredited Leicester MBA via distance learning. A brochure and further information on the MBA can be found at or by contacting our Distance Learning Advisers: T: +44 (0) E:

5 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 5 Professional Diploma in Management The Professional Diploma in Management provides an excellent introduction to management studies and is aimed at preparing students from a range of employment and education backgrounds to enter postgraduate study. Whether you want a course that will prepare you to undertake a postgraduate qualification with the School of Management, or are looking for a stand-alone management qualification, this Diploma is aimed at you. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULES Core Modules: Foundations of Management The Management Environment Accountability and Financial Analysis Strategic Thinking and Implementation Option Modules: Option Module One Option Module Two Chosen from: Management, People and Organisation Marketing Management Quantitative Analysis for Management CREDITS Professional Management Project Start dates February, May, August, November each year Duration months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study four core modules and two option modules, followed by a Professional Management Project. Assessment Each module is assessed by written assignment. Assignments are either case study or report based and of 2,500 words. The Professional Management Project is 6,000 words. Core Module Summary The core modules start with Foundations of Management which introduces you to the techniques and skills required for distance learning study and looks at management as a powerful force in the contemporary world. The Management Environment module asks why managers need to be sensitive to the local, national and global organisational environment when making decisions. Key financial reporting documents, the information they contain and the potential uses and users are the focus of the Accountability and Financial Analysis module along with accounting information systems and their role in the management of organisations. Before selecting your option modules you will look at the meaning of strategy and strategic management in Strategic Thinking and Implementation, examining different decisions and the decision making process. Professional Management Project Your Professional Management Project is an independent piece of academic writing that researches in detail a particular business/management subject. The project consists of two stages: the research proposal and the project. The project provides an opportunity for you to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and competences you have acquired during the taught elements of the programme. It can provide the opportunity to identify and analyse a management/business problem and identify the limitations and merits of the possible solutions. Aims and Objectives The Professional Diploma in Management has been designed to provide a broad introduction to a range of management subjects. This course is designed to actively encourage you to consider key concepts on management theory in the context of your current employment and future career development. A variety of option modules and a professional management project will enable you to focus on the particular areas of management that interest you the most.

6 6 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT MSc in Finance Finance is central to organisational decision-making. Dealing with issues around investment, valuations and shareholders requires a clear understanding of the role played by financial markets and intermediaries, the importance of risk analysis and how to construct efficient portfolios. The MSc in Finance will develop your understanding of the concepts of finance and the role of financial management in a variety of organisations and sectors. Start dates February, May, August, November each year Duration 30 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study seven core modules and two option modules, followed by the Research Methods unit and a dissertation. Assessment Assessment for the modules is either by written assignment or two-hour long examinations. Written assignments are usually between 3,000 4,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 15,000 words. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULES Core Modules: Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills Foundations of Financial Analysis and Investment Financial Statements: Theory, Practice, Critique Strategic Financial Management Financial Modelling Core Modules: Financial Risk Management Corporate Finance Option Modules: Option Module One Option Module Two CREDITS Research Methods Dissertation Aims and Objectives The strategic focus of the course will enhance your ability to analyse any situation and make sound strategic decisions. You will be provided with a stimulating and intellectually challenging course, providing you with a rigorous education in the concepts and techniques of financial management. The skills and knowledge gained during the course will enable you to enhance your career in finance or move into further study and academic work in the area. Core Module Summary Your introduction to the course begins with Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills; analysing the production of knowledge within management and finance. You will be encouraged to begin developing the necessary personal skills for both academic and business environments. The Foundations of Financial Analysis and Investment module focuses on the conceptual framework for financial analysis and examines the role and nature of financial markets and institutions. Financial Statements: Theory, Practice, Critique moves you on to study financial forecasting and budgeting, before focusing on mergers and acquisitions in Strategic Financial Management. The final module in stage one, Financial Modelling, explores the use of quantitative techniques to analyse financial information and to assist decision-making. In Financial Risk Management you will gain an overview of risk management by focusing on strategy, interest rate risk and security design. Your final core module, Corporate Finance, introduces the firm; equity; issuing shares; growth and failure and disinvestment.

7 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 7 Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, MSc in Management In all aspects of contemporary society, management fulfils an increasingly vital role. Successful management requires a combination of key skills and understanding of different organisational, cultural and environmental factors. The MSc in Management prepares you for these demands by providing a comprehensive grounding in the functions of management supported by critical analysis of the context in which managers work. If you do not feel ready to fully commit to following the full MSc in Management course you may instead choose to apply for the Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma in Management. These are recognised postgraduate qualifications in their own right, but students who successfully complete these courses and subsequently wish to continue and complete the MSc may do so. STAGE AWARD MONTH MODULES STAGE ONE Postgraduate Certificate STAGE TWO Postgraduate Diploma Core Modules: Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills Organisational Analysis The Business Environment Principles and Practices of Marketing Accountability, Representation and Control Core Modules: Critical Perspectives on Management Management in a Global Context Option Modules: Option Module One Option Module Two CREDITS STAGE THREE MSc Research Methods Dissertation Start dates February, May, August, November each year Duration PGCert: 15 months PGDip: 24 months MSc: 30 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study seven core modules and two option modules, followed by the Research Methods unit and a dissertation. Assessment Assessment for the modules is either by written assignment or two-hour long examinations. Written assignments are usually between 3,000 4,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 15,000 words. Core Module Summary Your introduction to the course begins with Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills; analysing the production of knowledge within management, marketing and finance. Moving through the core modules, in Organisational Analysis you will develop an understanding of structure and work organisation and the impact of technology. In The Business Environment you will be provided with knowledge of effective managers; vision; mission and stakeholder analysis. You will focus on the concepts of marketing and the appreciation of marketing in a strategic sense in the module Principles and Practices of Marketing. The final module in stage one, Accountability, Representation and Control develops your accounting based skills by looking at its theoretical foundations and examining accountability and accounting as a key technology of organisational control. In Critical Perspectives on Management you will develop your understanding of the impact of globalisation; the consumer society; and the social effects of the internet. Your final core module, Management in a Global Context, explores cultural and contextual diversity in organisations and managing in less developed and emerging countries. Aims and Objectives The MSc Management provides you with the skills and knowledge to manage competently, capably and ethically. You will develop a critical understanding of the economic, social and political environments which affect organisational life. Our stimulating and intellectually challenging course will provide you with insights into the nature of management and human behaviour within organisations.

8 8 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT MSc in Marketing Businesses today face unprecedented change. Increased complexity and competition on both domestic and global markets, together with higher expectations and tougher demands from customers and consumers, require the adoption of more sophisticated marketing. The MSc in Marketing will enable you to develop an interdisciplinary, theoretically informed and practical understanding of marketing to enable you to become an effective and successful leader in a complex and dynamic global marketplace. Start dates February, May, August, November each year Duration 30 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study seven core modules and two option modules, followed by the Research Methods unit and a dissertation. Assessment Assessment for the modules is either by written assignment or two-hour long examinations. Written assignments are usually between 3,000 4,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 15,000 words. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULES Core Modules: Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills Principles and Practices of Marketing Marketing Theory Consumer Behaviour Marketing Research Core Modules: Branding and Communication Product Policy and Innovation Option Modules: Option Module One Option Module Two CREDITS Research Methods Dissertation Aims and Objectives The MSc in Marketing will challenge and develop your ability to critically evaluate and apply new marketing concepts and practices. You will consider marketing across a range of business contexts including consumer, industrial, financial, service, and profit and not-for-profit sectors. You will develop your communication and team-working skills, enabling you to liaise, direct and communicate with project groups. Core Module Summary Your introduction to the course begins with Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills; analysing the production of knowledge within management and marketing before looking at marketing in all types of organisations and gaining an appreciation of marketing in a strategic sense in Principles and Practices of Marketing. The next module, Marketing Theory explores how marketing has grown into the discipline that we recognise today as well as its impact on business and society. You will move onto Consumer Behaviour which focuses on purchasing and the consumption behaviour of customers and how effective marketing strategies rest on an understanding of customer behaviour and choice. The impact of market research on corporate strategy, consumers and society alongside the politics and power of research is the focus of the Marketing Research module. You will review the importance of strong brands; communications; and the connection between advertising and cultural capital in the Branding and Communications module before developing a critical understanding of the role and process of product development and innovation within marketing in your final core module, Product Policy and Innovation.

9 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 9 Certificate and Diploma in Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations Learning is not only an issue for training specialists. In many countries, learning is increasingly seen as a bargaining issue. The Certificate in Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations is specifically designed for people who need a broad understanding of learning and skills in an industrial relations context. The course will be of benefit to anyone involved in promoting, negotiating or administering training in a unionised environment. The Diploma in Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations will build upon core subject knowledge necessary for a critical understanding of important topical issues in the study of work and employment relations. A key aim is to link academic ideas to their practical application at workplace level and enable you to evaluate current developments. Certificate (HE) Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations (120 credits) Diploma (HE) Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations (240 credits) Level 1 Core Modules: Management and Labour Education, Training and Skills at Work Learning in Theory and Practice Trade Union Organisation and Action Globalisation and Skills Learning as a Bargaining Issue Credits: 120 Credits: 120 Aims and Objectives Certificate Level 2 Core Modules: Workplace Learning and Human Resource Management Employee Relations Management in Organisations Work and Society Culture and the International Context Case Study The course will provide you with the skills to critically evaluate arguments about the impact of competition on jobs and explain the concept of human capital. You will be able to assess the advantages and disadvantages of a partnership approach for trade unions. The course will enable you to outline some of the major recent developments in UK policy on skills and assess the efforts of the trade unions to define the learning agenda. Diploma The Diploma will enable you to evaluate national approaches to employment relations and the concept of labour market flexibility. You will be able to apply the knowledge and understanding gained to a workplace setting beneficial to both you and your organisation. Start dates February and November each year Duration Each level is 19 months in duration with a recommended 8-15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will start with the Academic Writing Skills portfolio designed to introduce students to our study requirements and you will then study six core modules in both the Certificate and Diploma levels. Upon completion of the diploma you will have the option to complete level 3 of the BSc Human Resource Management (see page 11) to gain this award. Assessment Modules on each level are assessed by written assignment of 3,000 4,000 words. The Case Study on the Diploma level requires a shorter research report of 2,000 3,000 words. See overleaf for the Core Module Summary. The course will provide you with the ability to understand and discuss the relevance of informal learning in the workplace.

10 10 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Core Module Summary Certificate Level You will begin with Management and Labour which tackles questions such as how do we know what different occupations are worth? and what is meant by the labour market? by being introduced to the theoretical ideas that can be applied to different circumstances and sectors. You will also be introduced to some key concepts, debates and controversies concerning the provision of training by states and organisations enabling you to analyse developments at the level of both the nation state and the organisation in Education, Training and Skills at Work. The Learning in Theory and Practice module will provide you with a rigorous analysis of adult and workplace learning. You will focus in-depth on trade unions by discussing in Trade Union Organisation and Action the way unions organise in the workplace and beyond. By setting out competing models of union organisation it is possible to analyse and compare union strategies and approaches. The Globalisation and Skills module explores the causes and impact of economic globalisation and encourages you to evaluate alternative national strategies for competitiveness and growth. Finally, Learning as a Bargaining Issue seeks to explore recent developments within a board analysis of industrial relations assessing how unions have developed a learning agenda and what impact this has had. Diploma Level Workplace Learning and Human Resource Management considers the nature of workplace learning with particular reference to informal modes of learning at work. It also covers the impact of workplace learning on the employment relationship. You will consider contemporary developments in Employee Relations by focusing on four themes, which include: approaches to involvement and participation at work; determination of pay and the role of trade unions; and how approaches to employment relations impact on training and skills development. In Management in Organisations you develop an understanding of what is meant by an organisation and the context within which learning is provided, and be introduced to theory and practice of management within organisations. The Work and Society module presents a broad analysis of the place of work in contemporary society and asks whether a changing labour market means new forms of managerial control. You will identify important global processes and examine how these affect HRM and the national environments in which HRM is situated in the module Culture and the International Context. The emphasis of the Case Study is to examine a HR concept, model or principle (team working, mentoring etc.) that you have come across in previous modules.

11 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 11 Certificate, Diploma and BSc in Human Resource Management The Certificate in Human Resource Management introduces you to some of the key functions and theories within HRM and training within organisations. Learning at work as well as the current debates within education, training and skills is also covered. Examining organisational behaviour, HRM, employee relations and employment development are key areas covered at Diploma level, allowing you to debate the importance of the HR function and whether HR needs to be linked directly to organisational structure to work effectively. Studying the BSc gives you the opportunity to not only build on the theories and topics covered within the Certificate and Diploma, but also to focus in-depth on some of the key issues within HRM today. By selecting which modules you wish to study, you can tailor the course to your interests and career objectives. Certificate (HE) Human Resource Management (120 credits) Diploma (HE) Human Resource Management (240 credits) BSc Human Resource Management (360 credits) Level 1 Core Modules: Management and Labour Education, Training and Skills at Work Level 2 Core Modules: Workplace Learning and Human Resource Management Organisational Level 3 Option Modules: Option Module One Option Module Two Option Module Three Learning in Theory and Behaviour and Employee Practice Development Research Methods Human Resource Management in Dissertation Development and the Learning Process Globalisation and Skills Human Resource Management and Training Policy Organisations Personnel and Human Resource Management Culture and the International Context Case Study Credits: 120 Credits: 120 Credits: 120 Aims and Objectives See overleaf for the Core Module Summary. Start dates: February and November each year Duration: Level 1 and 2 are 19 months. Level 3 is 16 months. The full BSc (Levels 1 3) is 59 months. We recommend 8-15 hours of study per week. Course Structure: You will start with the Academic Writing Skills portfolio designed to introduce students to our study requirements and then six core modules in both the Certificate and Diploma level. The BSc element is comprised of three option modules, Research Methods and your Dissertation. Assessment: Modules on each level are assessed by written assignment of 3,000 4,000 words. The Case Study on the Diploma level requires a shorter research report of 2,000 3,000 words. The final piece of work on the BSc level is the dissertation which is 9,000 words. Certificate You will be able to present a coherent assessment of training management policy in your own organisation. You will assess the theory and practice of management, considering the importance of leadership and the HRM function. The Certificate will enable you to understand the uses and limits of coaching and mentoring in the workplace. Diploma You will be able to demonstrate how an understanding of the issues involved in HRM can assist the HR manager in managing staff effectively. You will compare and contrast formal and informal learning and be able to discuss the merits of each. You will discuss how effective employee development can impact upon an organisation s performance. BSc You will understand the key principles of high-performance working and critically review the links between performance and HRM practices. You will evaluate the tensions between the interests of employers and employees in the management of performance. You will be able to identify recent trends and issues concerning flexible learning in the workplace.

12 12 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Core Module Summary Certificate Level You will begin with Management and Labour which tackles questions such as how do we know what different occupations are worth? and what is meant by the labour market? by being introduced to the theoretical ideas that can be applied to different circumstances and sectors. You will also be introduced to some key concepts, debates and controversies concerning the provision of training by states and organisations enabling you to analyse developments at the level of both the nation state and the organisation in Education, Training and Skills at Work. The Learning in Theory and Practice module will provide you with a rigorous analysis of adult and workplace learning. You will be provided with, in Human Resource Development and the Learning Process, a critical introduction to training and development from a management perspective, linking training and the organisation, and consider how training is perceived by various stakeholders. The Globalisation and Skills module explores the causes and impact of economic globalisation and encourages you to evaluate alternative national strategies for competitiveness and growth. Finally, Human Resource Management and Training Policy identifies the factors influencing the level and type of training undertaken in organisations whilst focusing on the link between training and employee motivation. Diploma Level Workplace Learning and Human Resource Management considers the nature of workplace learning with particular reference to informal modes of learning at work. It also covers the impact of workplace learning on the employment relationship. This leads into Organisational Behaviour and Employee Development which critically considers formal and information systems of predicting individual behaviour and how organisational and employee development can establish a shared sense of purpose and commitment in order to manage change. In Management in Organisations you develop an understanding of what is meant by an organisation and the context within which learning is provided, and be introduced to theory and practice of management within organisations. The Personnel and Human Resource Management module provides a reflection of the similarities and differences between personnel and HRM including the examination of the legal framework underpinning the terms and conditions of employment. You will identify important global processes and examine how these affect HRM and the national environments in which HRM is situated in the module Culture and the International Context. The emphasis of the Case Study is to examine a HR concept, model or principle (team working, mentoring etc.) that you have come across in previous modules. BSc Option Module Summary In the BSc level you choose three option modules from the selection below (subject to availability) E-Learning Critically examines the rise and development of e-learning in human resource management and places it in the context of other training methods and the concept of blended learning. Equality and Diversity Seeks to explain inequality in the labour market in terms of competing socio-economic approaches and explores the implications of various approaches to promoting equality and diversity in organisations. High-Performance Work Practices This module critically explores the links between human resource management practice and worker performance and discusses the extent to which high-performance work practices can secure mutual gains for both employer and employee. Industrial Relations in a Changing Economy Examines the consequences of changing organisational structure and ownership for individual workers and for the conduct of industrial relations. Labour Market Themes, Issues and Controversies This module examines long-term changes to the labour market focusing on issues such as recruitment, retention, skills, qualifications and labour supply.

13 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 13 MSc in Human Resource Management and Training Human resource management and training professionals are responsible for activities such as recruitment, selection, managing labour relations, training and career development. In order to fulfil their role effectively and responsibly they need an in-depth understanding of their organisation s culture and the broader environment factors that can impact on their decision making. The MSc Human Resource Management and Training will provide you with a comprehensive grounding in these topics and has been designed to meet the needs of newly qualified graduates as well as experienced professionals looking to enhance their career prospects. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULE Academic Writing and Skills (AWS) Module One: Module Two: Module Three: Option Module Module Four: Research Methods Dissertation Employee Development and Workplace Learning Managing Human Resources CREDITS Aims and Objectives The course will critically engage you with theories and practices around training, learning in the workplace and the role of the HR practitioner. You will reflect on the historical and contemporary development of human resource management practices and theory and its strategic role in the organisation. You will develop a critical understanding of the issues and problems associated with implementing practices aimed at enhancing employee performance and organisational competitiveness. Core Module Summary Your course starts with the Academic Writing Skills module, designed to prepare you for study at Masters level. The core modules introduce you to the key theoretical debates in the field. In Employee Development and Workplace Learning you will examine and analyse the implications of different approaches to learning for employee development and HRD practice by focusing on specific examples. You will also look at their impact at both individual and organisational levels. In the Managing Human Resources module you will gain an in-depth understanding of the organisational context within which human resources and training operate by focusing on organisational theory and the contribution human resource management makes to an organisation. Start dates February, June, October each year Duration 24 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study three core modules and one option module, followed by the Research Methods module and then a dissertation. Assessment Each module is assessed by written assignment of 4,000 5,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 16,000 20,000 words.

14 14 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT MSc in Industrial Relations and Workplace Learning Combining a traditional focus on industrial relations with workplace learning and broader human resource development issues, this course is designed to meet the learning and professional development needs of a range of practitioners, such as trade union organisers and representatives, managers and researchers. It will also appeal to policy makers who are involved in employee relations either from the perspective of the individual or the organisation, as well as those who require a broad academic foundation for work in these fields. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULE Academic Writing and Skills (AWS) Module One: Employee Development and Workplace Learning Module Two: Industrial Relations Module Three: Option Module Module Four: Research Methods Dissertation CREDITS Start dates February, June, October each year Duration 24 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study three core modules and one option module, followed by the Research Methods module and then a dissertation. Assessment Each module is assessed by written assignment of 4,000 5,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 16,000 20,000 words. Aims and Objectives You will develop your knowledge of the principles, theories and concepts that inform practice within the areas of training, workplace learning and industrial relations at national and international level. This course will enable you to understand and engage in debates about contemporary labour management issues on the national and global level. You will critically evaluate and reflect on the use of existing techniques and new ideas, the contexts appropriate for such ideas, and the objectives for which they are used. Core Module Summary Your course starts with the Academic Writing Skills module, designed to prepare you for study at Masters level. The core modules introduce you to the key theoretical debates in the field. In Employee Development and Workplace Learning you will examine and analyse the implications of different approaches to learning for employee development and HRD practice by focusing on specific examples. In the Industrial Relations module you will be provided with an understanding of industrial relations, trade unionism and the changing nature of the employment relationship. You will focus on issues such as governance, conflict and consent, industrial relations and the multinational organisation. Since I started the course I have had three promotions and have doubled my income, and in each case my studies were a considering factor as a candidate. It has been a critical contribution to my success in the workplace. Sam, graduate of the Masters course

15 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 15 MSc in Performance Management and Workplace Learning If you are involved in designing or researching workplace learning, work practices and skills systems for improved organisational performance then the MSc Performance Management and Workplace Learning is for you. The course is designed to meet the learning and professional development needs of human resource and training practitioners, managers, researchers and policy makers. You will acquire the latest academic and professional knowledge in understanding the complex relationships between learning, skills, work practices and organisational performance. STAGE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO STAGE THREE MONTH MODULE Academic Writing and Skills (AWS) Module One: Module Two: Module Three: Option Module Module Four: Research Methods Dissertation Employee Development and Workplace Learning The Organisation of Work and Organisational Performance CREDITS Aims and Objectives This intellectually stimulating course will enhance your thinking and provide advanced knowledge of the principles, theories and concepts that inform practice within the areas of performance management, workplace learning and human resources at both national and international level. You will critically reflect on the growing emphasis on the relationship between training, workplace learning and performance, evaluating alternative models used to measure and enhance performance within the organisational context. Core Module Summary Your course starts with the Academic Writing Skills module, designed to prepare you for study at Masters level. The core modules introduce you to the key theoretical debates in the field. In Employee Development and Workplace Learning you will examine and analyse the implications of different approaches to learning for employee development and HRD practice by focusing on specific examples. In The Organisation of Work and Organisational Performance you will develop an understanding of the different ways in which companies in different sectors, countries and product markets organise production to achieve a competitive advantage. There will be a focus on the components of competitive strategy in organisations and how they relate to organisational competitive advantage. This provides you with an understanding of the ways in which skills, training and work practices contribute to organisational performance and competitive advantage. Start dates February, June, October each year Duration 24 months with a recommended 15 hours of study per week Course Structure You will study three core modules and one option module, followed by the Research Methods module and then a dissertation. Assessment Each module is assessed by written assignment of 4,000 5,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 16,000 20,000 words.

16 16 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Masters by Research (MRes) The Masters by Research provides you with knowledge and understanding of research methods and training in the social sciences, as well as developing transferable skills such as communication, self-management and planning. The course includes training in the principles and skills of social research, qualitative and quantitative design, methods of data collection and analysis, and offers the support to carry out a research project in an organisational setting. It aims to equip you with the research skills needed for advanced social science research at doctoral level. STAGE OPTIONAL INTRODUCTION MODULE STAGE ONE STAGE TWO MODULE Academic Writing Skills (AWS) Module One: Introduction to the MRes Module Two: Methods and Methodology in Quantitative Research Module Three: Methods and Methodology in Qualitative Research Dissertation CREDITS Start dates February, May and October Duration months Course Structure You will study three core modules, with the option at the start of the course to complete the non-assessed Academic Writing Skills module. The final part of your course is completion of a 25,000 30,000 word dissertation. Assessment Each module is assessed by written assignment of 4,000 5,000 words. Your final piece of work, the dissertation, is 25,000 30,000 words. Contact us If you have any questions about the MRes please contact: T: +44 (0) E: Core Module Summary You will begin with an introduction to the process of researching and writing an MRes dissertation in Introduction to the MRes. You will then move on to explore the context in which social science research is carried out as well as the ethical and political considerations that have practical significance for research. In Methods and Methodology in Quantitative Research you will cover quantitative methods of data collection and analysis and develop an understanding of how to apply methodological approaches to quantitative research. You will look at in Methods and Methodology in Qualitative Research, methodological approaches used in qualitative research and examine the epistemological and ontological issues which underpin this approach to data collection. You will also be introduced to the key techniques of qualitative data analysis. Dissertation The dissertation is a piece of work that consists of substantive original research informed by current trends in theoretical and methodological thought in the social sciences. It is your opportunity to demonstrate independent learning in terms of the construction of your own theoretically informed research questions, methodologically rigorous research design, and empirical data collection and analysis. Whilst the focus of the dissertation is driven by the application of theoretical and methodological expertise and knowledge it should also be relevant in practice based contexts. Previous examples have provided academic engagements with the delivery of employment advice for young people, inclusive museum strategies, and HRM issues in the IT Industry. Your dissertation will take 14 months to complete and during this time you will be supervised by a member of the academic team.

17 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 17 Option Modules and the Dissertation The School of Management offer a range of option modules on our Masters courses to help you tailor your studies to your own requirements. The option modules are each designed to develop and challenge the knowledge that you have been exposed to through the core components of our courses. Example option modules include: MSc Human Resource Management, MSc Industrial Relations and Workplace Learning and MSc Performance Management and Workplace Learning Comparing National Systems of VET Implementing Improvements in Organisational Performance The Global Context of HRD and HRM The Changing Nature of Skills, Production, Performance and Competitiveness Please note that the list above/right is indicative only and not all option modules may be available on all programmes as the availability of modules may change from year to year. A full list of option modules can be located at MSc Finance, MSc Management and MSc Marketing International Finance and Globalisation Benchmarking Knowledge Management Performance Measurement: Quantitative Approaches Consumption, Society and Culture Leadership Public Finance Employee Relations Project Management for Information Technology Alternative Economies Innovation for Managers Strategy: Contemporary Issues and Critical Debates Dissertation The final stage of your BSc or Masters course requires the completion of a dissertation. This is the most substantive piece of work that you will undertake during your studies. The dissertation is an independent research project which will provide you with an opportunity to examine, in depth, a topic of particular relevance to your interests. The dissertation normally involves diagnosing a problem, devising and evaluating solutions and producing realistic, acceptable recommendations for action. Preparation for the dissertation comes in the form of the Research Methods unit of study. This will introduce you to the dissertation process including topic selection, problem identification, preparing literature reviews, formulating research questions, developing research designs, presenting data and writing up the final document for submission. This process means you develop a much deeper appreciation of a particular subject area. Really getting to know the issues, complexities and debates in a subject in this way is not just beneficial academically but should also provide a sound basis for your future career it will enable you to underpin the decisions you make with solid intellectual reasoning and informed reflection.

18 18 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Learning and Assessment Hard copies of materials for each module will be delivered to you wherever you are in the world. Complementary materials and tutor support will also be available on our Virtual Learning Environment, Blackboard, accessible from any location at any time. This will give you access to: Materials to support each module Discussions forums hosted by Module Tutors and chat rooms where you can network with fellow students all over the world Study skills support to help you with writing essays, referencing materials and constructing arguments The latest news and information on your course and activities in the School of Management. You will also have access to the Leicester Digital Library s comprehensive online catalogue: tens of thousands of journals, e-books and the Leicester Research Archive of research papers and theses from members of the University. You can use the Digital Library from anywhere you have an Internet connection. We can also arrange postal loans for books as well as photocopies of book chapters and journal articles, and when you need more detailed help you can arrange a Skype call with one of our librarians. In order to fully participate in the course, you will need to make sure that you have regular and reliable access to the internet. Assessment Each module is assessed by assignment, examination or case study reports and projects. Where a module is assessed by examination these will be normally held at one of our regular examination centres around the world. Students based in the UK will sit these examinations at the University of Leicester main campus. All assessments must be submitted by the required deadline in order for you to maintain progression through the course. Support Studying away from campus doesn t mean that support is far away. Our experience in this kind of delivery means that you can expect a strong network of support from a team of dedicated tutors and administrative staff. Academic Mentors You will receive support from a group of dedicated Academic Mentors and Personal Tutors who will support you from your first day through to your graduation. They will help you reflect on your performance and support your progression through each stage of your course. Dissertation Tutors All students undertaking a dissertation will be assigned a Dissertation Supervisor. You will have the opportunity to book appointments either face-to-face, online or via the telephone to discuss the conception, undertaking and writing up of your research project. Peer Assisted Student Support (PASS) This is a service provided for students by students. It s a support system whereby students who have demonstrated a high level of competency in a module may opt to be available to support fellow students currently studying that module. Regional Visits We provide regular regional tours visiting countries around the world delivering lectures, workshops and support sessions to our international students. It s a great opportunity for you to meet academic staff and network with local students. Summer School You will be invited to attend our annual residential summer school held on campus at the University of Leicester. This week-long programme of lectures, activities and workshops, takes place every July/August and is open to students on any of our distance learning postgraduate courses, at any point in their studies. Contact us If you have any questions about our courses or about studying via distance learning then please contact our Distance Learning Advisers: T: +44 (0) E: For questions relating to the MRes course please contact: T: +44 (0) E:

19 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 19 Transform your career with a distance learning qualification The School of Management recognises that career development is a major factor in the decision to embark on a distance learning programme. There is no doubt that studying for a distance learning qualification can help your career prospects you will gain the deeper knowledge and high end skills that will set you apart. Studying with us gives a clear signal to employers. It demonstrates that you have the spark, ambition and commitment to take your career to the next level. Your employer will also benefit directly from your newly acquired understanding and capabilities. The University Career Development Service offers a wide range of support services and online resources designed to help you get ahead in your chosen career. Gain experience with the Leicester Award In a competitive jobs market, having that little bit extra can make all the different. At Leicester you can build on your talents and add to your CV with a number of employability programmes and awards offered by the Career Development Service including the online version of our Leicester Award. The Online Networking and Employability experience allows you to develop your personal brand and explore the potential of social media in improving your career prospects. The programme is run online and training and activities can be completed at your own pace and at a time to suit you. Get ready for a career change or promotion If you are looking for a change of direction in your working life, the Career Development Service offers a wide selection of one-to-one careers consultations, workshops and webinars covering interview and assessment centre skills, psychometric testing and CVs, covering letters and application forms. Through the Career Development Service events you can also meet a range of employers and find out directly the careers paths that are open to you. Business and Enterprise Coaching and Support The Career Development Service offer business coaching sessions providing guidance, feedback and support covering everything from generating a business plan to getting your idea off the ground. Sessions can be held over the telephone or via Skype. Returning to studying? If you are returning to education, we know getting to grips with styles of learning can be a challenge. However, it is important if you are going to get the most out of your degree. The Career Development Service s Learning and Development team provides you with services and resources to help you extend and develop your academic skills through online tools and individually tailored advice. Support after graduation Did you know you can still use our careers services even after you graduate? You can continue to gain access to events, support appointments and search job vacancies.

20 20 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Entry Requirements Professional Diploma in Management Possession of 3 A Levels (two AS Levels would be considered in place of one A Level; General Studies accepted) and GCSEs in Mathematics and English Language at grade C OR equivalent national or international qualification OR a suitable professional qualification. AND at least five years relevant work experience (substantially longer periods of relevant experience may be accepted in place of formal qualifications) MSc Finance, MSc Management and MSc Marketing Possession of a good UK honours degree or its overseas equivalent OR an acceptable professional qualification OR possession of either the University of Leicester s Diploma in Management or the University of Leicester s Professional Diploma in Management (please see page 5) Industrial Relations and Lifelong Learning (Certificate/Diploma); Human Resource Management (Certificate, Diploma and BSc) You have the option of applying for the Certificate, Diploma or full BSc depending on the level of qualification you aim to achieve. We may be able to recognise your previous study and relevant work experience in meeting the requirements for advanced entry to level 2 or 3 of the course, through Accredited Prior Learning (APL). The relevant entry requirements for each level are: Certificate (level 1), Diploma (levels 1 and 2) or Full BSc (includes levels 1, 2 and 3) A-Level qualifications or their equivalent. AND a minimum of 3 years full time general work experience in paid or voluntary roles. Level 2 Successful completion of the Certificate level of the course with an overall result of 45%. OR if applying for APL, a qualification at the equivalent level covering similar content to the Certificate from a reputable academic institution plus substantial relevant work experience. Qualifications must be no more than 5 years old. Level 3 Successful completion of Diploma level of the course with an overall result of 45%. OR an equivalent University of Leicester qualification such as a foundation degree, with substantial relevant work experience. OR if applying for APL, a qualification at the equivalent level covering the similar content to the Diploma from a reputable academic institution plus substantial relevant work experience. Qualifications must be no more than 5 years old. If you wish to be considered for Accredited Prior Learning (APL) please indicate this when applying by choosing the relevant application form on our website. You should provide certificates, transcripts and a CV as evidence in support of your APL application. MSc Human Resource Management and Training, MSc Industrial Relations and Workplace Learning, MSc Performance Management and Workplace Learning and Masters by Research (MRes) Possession of a good UK honours degree in a relevant field or its overseas equivalent OR an approved professional qualification with three years or more suitable professional experience. English Language If your first language is not English you will need to satisfy the University s English language requirement. For example: IELTS 6.5 OR TOEFL 575 (paper) plus TWE 4.0, 90 (IBT) OR The University of Leicester English Language Test More information on the University s English requirements can be found at

21 DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES IN MANAGEMENT 21 How to Apply Please complete our online application form. For the Professional Diploma in Management and BSc (including the Certificate and Diploma) please visit: and find the course to which you wish to apply. For the MSc courses please visit: pgapplyonline and find the course to which you wish to apply. You will need to submit the following: Your completed application form Contact details for two referees, preferably former university lecturers or current employers. Copies of your original degree/qualification certificates and transcripts Proof of English language competence if applicable A copy of your CV What happens when we receive your application? Once we receive your application and all supporting documents we aim to make a decision about your application within five working days. If your application is successful, confirmation will be sent to you by with details of the next steps. If your application is unsuccessful we will notify you by . Contact us Distance Learning Advisers: E: T: +44 (0) For questions relating to the MRes course please contact: E: T: +44 (0) Further opportunities for studying at the School of Management Alongside our distance learning portfolio, the School offers a number of other courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level that are studied full-time on campus. We also have dynamic research opportunities: the distance learning Doctorate in Social Science and our PhD, delivered by full-time, part-time and distance learning study. Visit management for further information on all of our courses. I chose to study the programme as the content matched what I wanted to get out of a masters degree. The modules covered a wide variety of topics and were relevant to my job and the organisation that I work for. Therefore, the knowledge and skills gained will be directly applicable to my workplace. This in turn, can only aid my career as I will have theoretical and practical experience of top-level marketing issues. Tim, graduate of the MSc Marketing course

22 22 UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT The programme at Leicester allowed me to learn so much from so many, I now have a group of friends I will keep forever and am a member of a strong University alumni. Thomas, graduate of the School of Management Your Alumni Network As a graduate of the University of Leicester School of Management you belong to a distinguished network of alumni which grows each year. Upon graduation you are automatically entered into the School s Alumni Network, a community of over 20,000 professionals worldwide. Membership of the Alumni Network provides you with information on the School s research activities and programmes of study, resources and services to assist you with your continuing professional development. Many of our alumni stay involved with the School s activity as mentors, tutors, contributors to modules and advisers to prospective students. Others offer work experience, internships and management projects at their companies or organisations.

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