Doing postgraduate degree in Human Resource Management or Industrial Psychology?
People think they are basically the same, but they are not. Is there anyone who is studying this or already working in one of these areas? I would like to know which would be better to study? Human resource Management or the Industrial Psychology? How do they differ in the work you will be doing and the people you work with. How are they different in job oppurtunities and the income you will get? please do not give me website where I can go and read about the information... I need someone who has first hand experience please!
Asked By: pandabear - 10/16/2009
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Hello. I have a graduate degree in Human Resources (Master of Science in Human Resource Management). Both degrees are quite interesting. The HRM degree has more of a business focus with a some of the behavioral stuff and the IP is more of behavioral. At this juncture in your education, you really want to clear a... More
Answered By: Jacquelyn - 10/17/2009
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This isn't exactally the answer you were looking for, but get an MBA instead. It is infinitely more diverse, you wouldn't be capped or pigeonhold into Human Resourses if you later decide you want to climb the corproate ladder. Also if you are looking at a HR career, I can't imagine that an MBA would be much of a... More
Answered By: tracewell - 10/16/2009
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