Human Resources Management

Faculty
Master degree center
Duration
1 year; 1.5 years
Language
Bulgarian
Mode of study
Full-time

Specific courses:

  • Organizational behavior
  • Entrepreneurship and SME
  • Planning and Forecasting

Specialized courses:

  • Constitution and Motivation of Human Resources
  • Quantitative Method of Analysis and Informational System Management of Human Resources
  • Strategic Human Resources Management
  • Employment Law
  • Knowledge Management
  • Management of Performance, Remuneration, Compensation and Culture
  • Master Seminar
  • Employee Economics (elective)
  • Talent Management (elective)
  • Insurance Systems (elective)
  • Human Resources Traineeship (elective)

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
Training in major “Human Resources Management” aims to formulate solid theoretical knowledge along with a strong practical orientation. It gives specific knowledge and skills in carrying out activities, related to planning, constituting, learning, development, career, evaluation, remuneration and human relationship in the company. Special attention is dedicated to strategic management of human resources, labor relations, creation and use of information systems, related to human resources management, effective employee motivation. The programme includes traineeship which gives opportunity for regular meeting with human resources managers and specialist, who work in leading Bulgarian companies, representative of the Bulgarian Human Resources Association.

Employment opportunities upon graduation:
Graduates have the opportunity for widen professional realization in Bulgaria and abroad. With the acquired knowledge and skills they are able to work successfully in state and municipal institutions, foundations, private Bulgarian or foreign companies in the sphere of commerce, hospitality and tourism, construction business, transport, industrial business, agriculture, and etc. They can work as:

  • human resources managers;
  • human resources specialists;
  • heads of consulting firms in human resources;
  • independent consultants
  • managers and business owners;
  • managers, specialist and experts in units of career development;
  • secondary school teachers or university lecturers.

Graduates can enroll for PhD studies.