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Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management

German companies are increasingly suffering from the shortage of skilled workers and the increase in the cost of human resources (high-wage country). Personnel management therefore requires more than the mere "administration" of employees in the 21st century; Effective and efficient strategies are required to bring the staff into the company, to develop them further, to bind them to the company and to pay them in a performance-related manner. At the same time, new software technologies and globalisation are opening up opportunities to reorganise work in the company.

The practical specialist knowledge for Human Resources Management in the sense described above is only touched on in general Business Administration Bachelor's and Master's programmes. For this reason, this Master's is designed as a continuing education course for part-time students in human resources management. In the first three semesters, the students complete classroom study (which takes place on selected Friday afternoons and Saturdays) and also a topic-specific project study. The fourth semester is devoted to the Master's thesis, which is usually done in close collaboration with the student's project study company.

The professional Master's degree programme Human Resources Management is organised in cooperation with media project gGmbH. Three-quarters of the study is taught by professors from the HTW and other Saxon universities, and a quarter by experienced human resources practitioners. The study programme is fee-financed; tuition fees of 12,490 EUR will be charged per participant for the entire Master's degree programme. For more information about the possibilities of refinancing this study as well as further questions regarding the study organisation, please contact

Dr Peter Mißbach:

media project

Institute for IT and Management Technologies gGmbH

Glashütter Str. 101

01277 Dresden


Last changed: 24.01.2019