Management of Transitional Organizational Systems (MOST)

Management of Transitional Organizational Systems (MOST)

2 Master's degrees in 3 years


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Registration is open until April 30, 2022


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HEC Liège and the Faculty of Social Sciences are offering a transdisciplinary programme aimed at Bachelors in Management Sciences and Bachelors in Human and Social Sciences as of the 2019-2020 academic year.

The business world is subject to increasingly rapid innovation and transition processes. Society is changing in four areas in particular: digitalization and globalization, ethical and responsible governance, new forms of work organization and the labour market.

The market is looking for graduates capable of managing these transitions and meeting the challenges of social dialogue with soft skills making them more agile in articulating the different dimensions of management in a context of rapid change, and aware of ethical and responsible governance.

Students engaged in this training will obtain two degrees in 3 years: a Master in Management Sciences and a Master in Human Resources Management.  Beyond the specific and specialized skills of each of these course programmes, they will have a transversal vision of these fields. As leaders-facilitators-coaches, they will be able to:

  • Analyze transitions in their local and global context
  • Drive strategic changes on this basis
  • Articulate the human and social aspects with the different components of organizational management.
  • Reflectively assess the changes made and governance



Admission requirements

Any student holding a Bachelor's degree in economics and management OR a Bachelor's degree in human resources and social sciences, option human resources management, may submit an application (available on the websites of both faculties from mid-March) for admission to this programme.

The MOST programme is accessible to students who have successfully completed their Bachelor's cycle in a maximum of 4 years and have reached a sufficient level in the courses of the other faculty, e.g.:

FOR THE BACHELOR IN ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES: an average of 12/20 for all courses in the field of human and social sciences (Analysis of organizations, Introduction to the human sciences, Political science and globalization, Strategic human resources management)

FOR THE BACHELOR IN HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES: an average of 12/20 for all courses in the field of management (Social Law, Descriptive Statistics, General Accounting, Elements of probability calculation applied to the social sciences, Strategic Human Resources Management).  

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR STUDENTS HOLDING A NON-BELGIAN DEGREE: an admission procedure is compulsory in parallel with the selection procedure. All information is available on the website of the University of Liège ( ). Please note that applications from students holding a degree from outside the European Union must be submitted to the Admissions Department of the University of Liège by 30 April.

Work Opportunities

This specialization will enable you to work:

  • in strategic functions related to the management of organizational transformations;
  • as a senior manager in all support and operational functions;
  • as a consultant or organizational intervener;
  • as an expert in a study or research centre in both the public and private spheres.



Project Officer : Christine PUIT
04 232 72 58



Programme Director - HEC Liège
M. François Pichault, Professor


Programme Director – Faculty of Social Sciences
M. Christophe Dubois, Lecturer







Last update :14/03/2022