The primary purpose of the Degree in HRM is to equip students as potential HR practitioners with the fundamental knowledge, competencies and values associated with the HR profession. This includes competencies related to employment relations, employee development, Personnel Management functions, workforce planning, learning, performance, reward, wellness, employment relationship management and organisational change to provide an effective efficient service in line with business strategy.
This programme opens up a wide variety of career options in the business world and includes fields such as business law, organizational behavior, theoretical knowledge of human resources practice, Labour and staffing combined with hands on practical skills. Occupational Health & Safety at Work is core.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Human Resource Management degree, students will be able to:
Evaluate internal and external organizational environments and the impact of their interrelationships on human resource functions
Analyze the process of job analysis, staffing, appraisal and compensation, training, career planning, and organizational development
Examine the interaction among management, labour, and labour law
Develop and apply HR planning, recruitment, and selection practices that conform to commonly accepted professional standards and are legally sustainable.
Develop and apply training needs analysis, instructional objectives, training program design that fully utilizes multimedia capabilities, and training evaluation practices so that training has a positive return on investment (ROI) for the business.
Develop and apply performance appraisal forms and corrective performance management actions including feedback and disciplinary measures so that they are effective and legally sustainable.
Develop and apply compensation, benefit, and reward systems that facilitate the attraction, development, and retention of a high-performance workforce and are legally sustainable.
Develop and apply labor-management practices that foster a productive work environment and that are legally sustainable.
Develop and apply HR information systems (HRIS) that support effective decision-making in all HR areas (i.e., staffing, training, performance management, compensation and reward systems, and labor-management practices).
Period of Registration
After 1 year
20- 18 Credits
Less than 18 credits
After 2 years
34 – 20 credits
Less than 20 Credits
Total Graduation Credits
Key: Credit Hour/ Credit Value (CU), Lecture Hour (LH), Practical Hour (PH) and Contact Hour (CH) Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM)