About Human Resources Management (HRM)
Today, many organisations believe that people are our most precious resource and should be handled with care and caution.
For this reason, businesses need skilled and knowledgeable individuals who understand the role of Human Resources Management (HRM) in business. This Bachelor gives students HRM knowledge, along with an excellent set of business skills.
Students will study labour relations, individual development, and group labour law, along with other important areas of HRM training.
Our graduates are well situated to pursue careers in a wide range of areas, including personnel management, industrial relations, training, consultancy, recruitment, selection and human resources law.
Human resource graduates can be employed in insurance, education, government, and healthcare. They will receive job opportunities in social assistance establishments, and as the job market grows constantly, careers can be found in construction, consulting services, and education establishments. Generally, industries they work in include: financial investments, insurance, management, and government.
Job positions are very numerous in this field such as: Director of human resources, employment and placement manager, recruiter, EEO officer, employer relations representative, compensation specialist, benefits specialist, job analysis specialist, occupational analyst, compensation manager, employee benefits manager/specialist, employee assistance plan manager, training and development manager/specialist, director of industrial relations, labor relations specialist, conciliator, mediator, arbitrator, international human resources manager, and human resources information system specialist.
YEAR 1: BA (HONS) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PATHWAY
Module 1.1 Business in a Global Context
Module 1.2 Introduction to Marketing
Module 1.3 Foundations of Law
Module 1.4 Finance for Managers
Module 1.5 Managing People and Organisations
Module 1.6 Introduction to Information Systems
Module 1.7 Personal Development Planning
YEAR 2: BA (HONS) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PATHWAY
Module 2.1 Contemporary Issues in Political
Module 2.2 Economy
Module 2.3 Business Operations and
Module 2.4 Improvement
Module 2.5 Business in Action
Module 2.6 Work Experience with PDP
Module 2.7 Research Methods for Business
Module 2.8 HRM in Context
Module 2.9 Employment Relations
YEAR 3: BA (HONS) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PATHWAY
Module 3.1 Strategic Management
Module 3.2 Leadership and Change Management
Module 3.3 Launching an Enterprise / Dissertation
Module 3.4 HR Strategy and Professional Practice
Module 3.5 Contemporary and International Issues in Business Ethics