Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Human Resource Management Reg. No. 251410
||University of Portsmouth, UK
||Around 1 year
||Applicants should be 21 years old or above with prior learning through one or more of the following alternatives:
Higher National Diploma in Business (passed with ‘credit’ grade or GPA 2.33 or above)
Higher Diploma in Business from Polytechnic or recognised institutions (as above)
Advanced Diploma in Business Administration of Thames College (as above)
Applicants with other equivalent qualifications may also be considered.
The programme provides a direct entry for higher diploma/ associate degree holders in relevant disciplines to obtain a final year honours degree.
Internationally recognised degree:
The degree is awarded by University of Portsmouth, UK, which is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).
Students will be conferred the same award as on-campus' students.
University of Portsmouth Business School is ranked the 37th in the “Good University Guide 2009” by the Sunday Times.
Portsmouth Business School is accredited by the Association of the MBAs (AMBA).
The university is monitored and guaranteed by the Higher Education and Funding Council (HEFC) and the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).
The programme is designed by Portsmouth Business School, which is renowned for its teaching staff who are experts in their subject areas and are actively engaged in research. Their research informs all their teaching and provides up-to-date curriculum.
Emphasis on practicality:
Some of the modules will be taught by more than one tutor. The tutors’ varied exposures in their industries will fill the class with up-to-date real-life cases.
Upon completion of the programme, students can join the alumni of the university and Informatics global and local alumni. Graduates can establish their own global network, which would be advantageous for their career prospects.
Students are required to take 8 modules to complete this Stage. Exemptions may be granted on the basis of equivalent courses undertaken at higher diploma or sub-degree level.
Case Study in Business Policy
Human Resource Management
Managing Contemporary Issues
Strategic Marketing Management – Planning & Control
Students are required to take 120 credits to complete the programme. Upon completion, students will be awarded Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Human Resource Management.
Core Modules (80 Credits)
Strategic HRM (20 Credits)
HRM: Developments & Debates (20 Credits)
Dissertation (20 Credits)
Managing Performance & Rewards (10 Credits)
Comparative HRM (10 Credits)
Elective Modules (40 Credits)
Management Future (20 Credits)
Cross Cultural Awareness for the International Manager (10 Credits)
Entrepreneurship & Enterprise (10 Credits)
Marketing Communication Strategy (10 Credits)
Direct & Database Marketing (10 Credits)