Bachelor of Business Administration - Human Resource Management (BBA)

Program Overview

The Human Resource Management program at the Faculty of Business Administration was established to prepare graduates for careers in various areas. Our Program provides graduates with an effective level of professional competence in critical HRM tasks and activities. It also equips graduates with knowledge and skills which would facilitate their placement in business management and HRM.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and Understanding

  • Explain the importance of human resources and their effective management in organizations.
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of different tools used in forecasting and planning human resource needs.
  • Outline the current theory and practice of recruitment and selection. This includes but is not limited to the supply of human resources and the advantages and disadvantages of external and internal recruiting.
  • Define, describe how to support and/or control change and Initiate and respond to change.

 

Intellectual Skills

  • Critically assess existing theory and practice in the field of HRM.
  • Be capable of decision making.
  • Develop effective communication skills.
  • Analyze the key issues related to administering the human elements such as motivation, compensation, appraisal, career planning, diversity, ethics, and training.

 

Practical and Professional Skills

  • Outline the key areas of strategic Human Resource Management including commitment and engagement, organizational design, performance management, learning and development, international HR practices, and organizational culture.
  • Demonstrate the ability to prepare a recruitment and selection strategy for a specific job.
  • Formulate and implement strategies in every business situation.

 

General and Transferable Skills          

  • Communicate verbally.
  • Deliver Presentations on various business topics.
  • Analyze Data in an organized form.
  • Apply economics of time.

The Objective of the Human Resource Management Program is to:

  • Provide students with skills and knowledge in human resource management consistent with the current needs of organizations.
  • Introduce concepts and practices essential to human resources management.
  • Strengthen students' ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Provide an opportunity to study and discuss current issues and areas of specialization important to the human resource function in business and industry today.

Courses & Requirements

General Requirements
Code Name Credits
CST201 General Education I 3
CST 202 General Education II 3
Required Credits: 6
Description: Courses required for all AUL Students
English Requirements
Code Name Credits
ENG203 English for Academic writing 3
ENG204 Advanced Eng. Academic Writing 3
ENG206 Business Communication Skills 3
Required Credits: 9
Description: three courses are required (ENG203, ENG 204, ENG206)
Business Common Requirements
Code Name Credits
ACC210 Accounting I 3
ACC211 Accounting II 3
BUS210 Business Law 3
BUS319 Business Ethics 3
ECO210 Microeconomics 3
ECO211 Macroeconomics 3
FIN210 Managerial finance 3
HRM210 Human Resource Management 3
MAT212 MAT212-Business Math 3
MAT213 Business statistics 3
MGT210 Introduction to management 3
MGT410 Business Research 3
MIS210 Management Information System 3
MKT210 Introduction to Marketing 3
Required Credits: 43
Major Courses
Code Name Credits
HRM310 Employment Law 3
HRM311 Labor Relations 3
HRM312 Human Resource Information System 3
HRM410 Strategic Staffing 3
HRM411 Training and Development 3
HRM412 Compensations and Benefits 3
HRM413 Labor Conflict Management 3
MGT421 Leadership and Motivation 3
HRM425 Human Resource Practical Training 1
HRM426 Human Resource Senior Project 3
Required Credits: 28
Major Elective
Code Name Credits
ACC320 Business Software Application 3
ACC322 Managerial Cost Accounting 3
MGT420 Project Management 3
MKT334 Service Marketing 3
Required Credits: 9
Description: Choose three of the following courses (ACC320, ACC322, MGT420, MKT334)
free elective
Code Name Credits
FRE-I Free Elective 3
Required Credits: 3

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