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BA (Hons) Human Resource Management
BA (Hons) Human Resource Management
N/345/6/1061(MQA/PA 8884)06/22
Overview

This honours degree programme is aimed at producing graduates for jobs related to managing the workforce of organisations that cut across a wide range of public and private industry sectors. In view of the expected rise in the number of job opportunities across various markets, there will be a corresponding demand for graduates in the Human Resource Management discipline to manage a workforce and people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.

 

Students can apply to be CIM (Student) Affliate at discounted membership fee.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of the programme, students are expected to be able to:

 

• Explain subject-matter and content effectively through oral, written and visual means to create and communicate understanding for different purposes and contexts, using appropriate digital technologies

 

• Demonstrate the ability to interact and collaborate effectively in a group, by contributing positively and productively and take on a range of roles within the group to meet its goals

 

• Identify, define, assess and evaluate concepts, ideas and issues in order to adopt an informed approach to assessing scenarios and problems and to explore new arguments to extend, modify or challenge existing ideas and views

 

• Discuss a breadth and depth of knowledge in the practical and theoretical aspects of the discipline areas and apply that knowledge within economic, social, environmental, technological, global and multi-cultural contexts

 

• Locate, organize, analyse, synthesise and evaluate information systematically, cohesively and coherently in assessing and presenting information for problem-solving and decision-making

 

• Assess the ethical impact of their studies and activities in a socially and culturally diverse global world and the importance of sustainable development

 

• Identify problems and collect evidence for analysis, synthesis and evaluation using a range of appropriate approaches and techniques

 

• Analyse new ideas, methods and approaches in theoretical and practical perspectives, demonstrate the ability to think creatively and critically and evaluate the importance of responding to a changing environment flexibly and proactively

 

• Develop the leadership skills needed to motivate, direct and engage others towards goal achievement in a way that values diversity, equality and contribution of others

 

• Apply reflective thinking in support of self-reflection, self-discovery and personal development, in adapting and responding to change, in developing the need for social skills in a global community and in generating openness to life-long learning.

Course Structure

Year 1


• Economics
• Business English
• Business Statistics
• Principles of Accounting
• Academic and Employability Skills
• Principles of Management
• Principles of Marketing
• Introduction to Counselling
• Critical and Creative Thinking
• Business Communication

 

Year 2


• Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Management
• Financial Management
• Employment Law for HR Managers
• Health and Safety at Work
• Human Resource Management
• Business Research Methods
• Organisational Psychology
• Industrial Relations
• People Resourcing
• Negotiating and Influencing
• International Business

 

Year 3


• Strategic Management
• Managing Performance and Rewards
• Learning, Training and Development in Organisations

Elective 1 (select ONE) :
     • Leadership in Organisations
     • Career Management

Elective 2 (select ONE) :
     • Managing Group Dynamics
     • Developing Entrepreneurial Skills

• Undergraduate Project
• Global Cross-Cultural Management
• Ethics in Business
• International HRM

Elective 3 (select ONE) :
     • Managing Change in Organisations
     • Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

• Industrial Training

Intake
Sep 2018, Jan 2019, May 2019
Duration
3 Years
Study Mode
On-Campus
Career Outcome

• International Human Resource Director
• Learning & Development Manager
• Training & Development Manager
• Recruitment Manager
• Industrial Relations Manager
• Health & Safety Manager
• Compensation & Benefits Manager
• Talent Recruiter Director
• Human Resource Director
• Human Resource Information Systems Manager

Entry Requirement
STPM

Minimum 2Cs and 5 credits in SPM (inclusive of English and Mathematics) and at least a pass in Malay Language and History

UEC

Minimum 5Bs (inclusive of English & Mathematics)

GCE A-LEVELS

Minimum 2Cs and 5 credits in GCE O Level/SPM (inclusive of English & Mathematics) and at least a pass in Malay Language and History

FOUNDATION / MATRICULATION

Pass with minimum CGPA 2.0

AUSMAT

Minimum ATAR score of 65%

DIPLOMA

Minimum CGPA of 2.0

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

Other qualifications equivalent to 12 years High School recognized by the Malaysian government.

ENGLISH REQUIREMENT

For international students, IELTS band 5.0