Teaching

Studies of educational science

If you would like to apply for supervision of your thesis in the field of human resources management by Prof. Sieben and/or staff members, please submit an exposé of your research project. The deadline for submitting the exposé depends on the deadlines for the topics to be taken up according to the APO and the FSPO Education Sciences.

– Submission of the exposé for Master theses 20.03.

– Submission for exposés for Bachelor theses: 31.08.

In exceptional cases, it is possible to take over the supervision before the above-mentioned dates. In these cases, the exposé will be submitted by arrangement.

The exposé should give an impression of your planned work project: Please outline the research question, the planned procedure for its processing and refer to relevant literature already sifted through. With the exposé, which is about 3 pages (max. 4), you should demonstrate your ability to work scientifically.

Please place a cover page before the exposé. This should contain a working title of your project and personal details (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address).

In principle, we recommend that you make an appointment with Prof. Sieben and/or staff before or during the preparation of an exposé. (Especially for Bachelor theses we ask for preliminary talks during the spring term, since the submission of the exposé falls during the semester break, during which no regular office hours are offered).

Bachelor study course of educational science

Functions and instruments of personnel management II
(Sieben)

Functions and instruments of personnel management II
(Sieben)

Master study course of educational science 

Management of Human Resource (Sieben)

Management of Human Resource (Bernauer/ Kornau)

Management of Human Resource (Bernauer/ Kornau)

Bachelor study course of educational science

Functions and instruments of personnel management I (Sieben)

Functions and instruments of personnel management I (Sieben)

Master study course of educational science

Management of Human Resource II (Kornau)

ISA

Propädeutikum – Introduction to scientific work in educational science II (Kornau)

Research colloquium for the supervision of theses (overarching)

Appointments are arranged with the supervised students according to the number of supervised works.

Bachelor study course of educational science

Selected human resources management issues: “Gender and diversity in organizations (Sieben)

Selected human resources management issues: “Gender and diversity in organisations (Sieben)

Master study course of educational science

Management of Human Resource I (Kornau)

ISA

Propädeutikum – Introduction to scientific work in educational science I (Kornau)

Research colloquium for the supervision of theses (overarching)

Appointments are arranged with the supervised students according to the number of supervised works.

Bachelor study course of educational science

Functions and instruments of personnel management II (Bernauer)

Master study course of educational science

Management of Human Resource (Frerichs)

Management of Human Resource (Frerichs)

Research colloquium for the supervisions of theses (overarching)

Appointments are arranged with the supervised students according to the number of supervised works.

Each course is presented and organized with teaching and learning materials on the Ilias platform. Please pay particular attention to the PDF document “A Guide to Scientific Work on Personnel Policy” [Leitfaden für das wissenschaftliche Bearbeiten von personalpolitischen Fragestellungen] (Sieben et al. 2003) as a guideline to drafting your essay and theses.

Further information on courses in the respective trimester can be found in the Campus-Management-System of the HSU (registration required).

In cooperation with Prof. Dr. Sven Hauff and staff, we supervise the elective subject of human resource management within the bachelor and master programs of “Education Sciences”.

The chair is based on a pluriperspective teaching philosophy. We aim to present the students various perspectives on work and personnel (particularly personnel economics, strategic human resource management and critical-political perspectives), to equip the students with thinking of the implications for research and practice, and to engage in constructive dialogue. Our analysis and explorations encompasses the interests and opinions of different stakeholders and groups (manager and workers, employer and employee representatives, works councils, equal opportunity officers, politicymakers).

A further cross-cutting theme in our seminars are issues of (in)equality and human diversity in organizations, its implications for the functioning and tools of human resource management, management of human resource or the management of change. In our teaching, we recur to the latest findings in personnel and organization research, including Gender and Diversity Studies and Critical Management Studies.

Further study “Leading Diversity” (LeaD)

Postkarte

The „Leading Diversity“ advanced training master’s programme aims to professionalise inclusive diversity management in numerous areas of social responsibility. At the heart of the course concept is the job description of a manager – in the public sector (federal and state ministries), science or private industry – who shapes organizational change processes in an innovative and successful way through the multi-perspective and interdisciplinary examination of diversity and diversity management.

HSU

Letzte Änderung: 13. January 2021