We strive to provide an experiential learning model which provides our graduates with the knowledge, practical skills and attitude required for developing, maintaining and excelling in their professional careers.
We combine classroom learning with industrial exposure. Throughout their studies, our students receive support and guidance needed to master the knowledge areas they chose and graduate with confidence to build successful business careers. As John Dewey said: “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”
We are proud of our experienced faculty members who are committed to excellence in teaching and research. Our qualified faculty will continue to offer excellent business education that is linked to the real world. They strive in preparing our students to become future business leaders.
Diploma of Human Resources Management
The Human Resources Management program has been designed to help human resources professionals succeed as strategic partners within their organization. It is focused on managing valuable resources; attracting and retaining people within an organization and, most importantly, managing and motivating staff to contribute effectively to the aims and objectives of the organization.
This specialization teaches students all aspects of HRM and provides the skills and knowledge to pursue a specialist career in this discipline, which is vital to the overall success of a business. This program has a pathway into the Bachelor of Business Management Program.
General Learning Outcomes
Students gain knowledge and applied skills in the key human resources disciplines of:
- Strategic Planning
- Employee Relations
- Workforce Planning
- Health and Safety
- Human Behavior
|Year 1, Semester 1 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SMGB110||Business Computer Applications||3||N/A|
|16SFSP111||English for Business||3||N/A|
|Year 1, Semester 2 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SMRB120||Economics I||3||16SMRB114 16SMGB112||Marketing Principles Management Principles|
|16SHRB124||Introduction to HR Management||3||16SMGB112||Management Principles|
|16SMRB121||Accounting Principles||3||16SMGB110||Business Computer Application|
|16SMGB122||Introduction to Business Law||3||16SFSP111||English for Business|
|16SMAT128||Business Mathematics||3||16SFSP111||English for Business|
|Year 2, Semester 3 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SHRB214||Workforce Planning||3||16SHRB124||Introduction to HR Management|
|16SMRB210||Business Research||3||16SMAT128||Business Mathematics|
|16SHRB211||Manage Recruitment Processes||3||16SHRB124||Introduction to HR Management|
|16SHRB213||Manage Separation or Termination||3||16SMGB122 16SHRB124||Introduction to Business Law Introduction to HR Management|
|16SMGB212||Business Internship I||3||16SMRB120 16SMGB122 16SHRB124||Economics I Introduction to Business Law Introduction to HR Management|
|Year 2, Semester 4 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SHRB222||Performance Management||3||16SHRB211||Manage Recruitment Processes|
|16SHRB221||Change Management||3||16SHRB214||Workforce Planning|
|16SHRB223||Manage Compensation & Benefits||3||16SHRB214 16SHRB211||Workforce Planning Manage Recruitment Processes|
|16SHRB224||Manage Employee Relations||3||16SHRB214||Workforce Planning|
|16SHRB220||Business Internship II||3||16SMGB212||Business Internship I|
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