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Master’s in Human Capital Management and Organizational Behavior

strategic thinking in human capital development

School of Management School of Psychology Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile


a few words on the mrh-uc

“ This Master’s combines conceptual models and real world scenarios providing a deep understanding of the human factor as a part of an organizational tissue that breathes life into the business world. Our challenge is to encourage the students to think beyond the everyday threshold, exposing them to a body of knowledge and organized experiences that will train them to comprehend and manage the continuous change from an analytical and transforming point of view. We are certain that with our MRH-UC our students receive a wholesome education, the best they can get in Chile and Latin America.�

Carlos Portales Program Director MRH-UC


“ Today I feel able to take on new strategic challenges, taking from the business what Human Resource Managers need for excellent management”.

Georgeanne Barceló Georgeanne Barceló MRH-UC 2009 Student Human Resources Manager IANSA

“ The MRH-UC has been a great challenge for me. It has allowed me to return to college and face stimulating ideas from the most diverse disciplines and organizations.”

Karin Becker Schmidt MRH-UC 2009 Student Corporate Culture Manager Security Group

“ The Master’s has been a great contribution in terms of acquiring new knowledge, transcending my professional work and labor, adding a richer and diversified vision in which theory finely blends with experience.”

Miguel Garros MRH-UC 2009 Student Human Resources Manager Coca Cola Embonor S.A.

“ Personally, this program has been extremely rewarding; we have formed a group around similar interests in an environment of collaboration, friendship and camaraderie.”

Karin Kirsinger MRH-UC 2009 Student Development Analyst CODELCO


five reasons to choose us 1

professors

The professors of the MRH-UC are leaders in their respective areas of study. They are prepared to discuss their ideas and offer solutions.

2

prestige in chile and the world

The School of Management at PUC is positioned among the top three in Latin America and among the top 30 in the world according to the prestigious Eduniversal.

3

international perspective

The MRH-UC is designed to give you an international academic experience. As part of your training, you will travel to live relevant ďŹ rst-hand organizational experience.

4

study method

Knowledge is not a preset recipe. You will analyze ideas from every angle and learn that there is no one single formula to generate truly creative solutions.

5

an opportunity for professional development

The MRH-UC is a community that provides additional resources to enhance and extend your career: we count on a Professional Development Center, intranet and consulting services, workshops and coaching to support you throughout your career.


our team of professors alberto armstrong

matko koljatic

Business Administration, Universidad de Chile; M.Sc. in Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, United States.

Business Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Marketing Management Program, International Center for the Advancement of Management Education, Stanford University, United States of America.

marcelo albornoz Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; M.Sc. and Ph.D., University of Maryland, United States.

eduardo barros Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Master’s and Ph.D. in Organizational Labor Psychology, Purdue University, United States.

juan cristóbal cox Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Master’s in Human Resources Development; Ph.D in Sociology of Labor, Employment and Social Relations, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France.

antonio mladinic Psychologist, Universidad de Chile; Ph.D. in Psychology, Purdue University, United States of America.

carlos portales Business Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; MBA, Georgetown University, United States of America, Ph.D. in Management, IESE, Universidad de Navarra, Spain.

andrés raineri Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; M.Sc. and Ph.D., Psychology, State University of New York, United States of America.

patricio cumsille

ignacio rodriguez

Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; M.Sc. and Ph.D., University of Maryland, United States of America.

Business Administration, B.A. in Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; MBA, Indiana University, United States of America.

patricio donoso

maría paz tagle

Civil Engineer, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; M.Sc., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States of America.

Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Master’s in Communication, Purdue University, United States of America.

bernardita grove

verónica vásquez

Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; M.Sc., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile.

rodrigo jordán Management Engineer, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Ph.D. in Organizational Management, University of Oxford, United States of America.


who is this program for?

admission requirements and application process

For those who look to distinguish themselves from other professionals, increasing their knowledge with expertise in the area of Human Resources.

The MRH-UC admission’s office will have a single semester for admissions beginning in July of the previous year and a maximum of 45 openings per semester.

For those who are currently working in human resources or are considering developing a professional career, adding strategic value into that area.

The students will be selected according to their academic and professional background. Students entering the program must meet the following requirements:

For those who take on or plan taking administrative, planning, and consulting tasks and the research in areas related to strategic human capital management and organizational behavior, both in the public and private sector.

1. Possession of a Bachelor’s degree issued by a Chilean or foreign university or equivalent.

It is also designed as a program that satisfies the first stage of a training process for professors from other Chilean and Latin American Universities.

2. Advanced English and proficiency in English reading comprehension. 3. Having a history that certifies a good professional performance of at least 3 years of experience. 4. Passing the entrance exams provided by the MRH-UC Direction. 5. Completing and submitting the application form available on our Web site www.mrhuc.cl 6. Paying registration and first tuition fees for your study program.


general information place

application period

Universidad Cat贸lica de Chile Alameda 440, 4th floor.

July to March.

capacity 45 students per academic period.

UF 450. Includes materials, lunch (Thursday and Friday) and break.

class period

discounts

14 months. April to June of the following year.

days and schedule Wednesday, 15:00 to 19 hrs. Thursday and Friday 9:00 to 19:00 hrs. Saturdays 9:00 to 13:00 hrs.

value of the program

-20% Registered by October 31st -10% Registered by December 31st


www.mrhuc.cl Alameda 440, 4th floor, Santiago, Chile. email: mrhuc@faceapuc.cl phones: +56 (2) 3542755 | +56 (2) 3541281 | fax: +56 (2) 6652349 design: Puente Andes

MRHUC Brochure English Version  

Brochure designed and translated by Puenteandes for the Master in Human Resources at PUC, Chile.

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