Bachelor of Science (Human Resource Development)

Programme Specification (start from cohort 2018/2019)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Educational Objectives
(i) To produce graduates who are competent in the areas of human resources.
(ii) To produce graduates who are competent as HRD practitioners.
(iii) To produce graduates who have the potential to become the managers or leaders in the organization.
(iv) To produce graduates who are competent communicators and negotiators across different cultures and audiences in the organization.
(v) To produce graduates who have the potential to become the change agents in the organization by responding and adapting to changing environments.

Career Prospects and Career Paths
Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

(i) Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
(ii) Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
(iii) Consultants in human resource development and training
(iv) Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning

Components of Courses

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered in full-time mode and based on 2 semesters for each academic year. The subjects are distributed and sequenced according to the level of knowledge i.e basic to advance. Assessment of students’ performance is based on formative and summative evaluation conducted throughout each semester. The eighth semester is used for industrial training.

Award requirements:

· Achieve a total of 131 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0.
· Pass the Industrial Training (equivalent to 12 credit hours).
· Complete and pass the Undergraduate Final Year Project (equivalent to 6 credit hours).
· Complete and pass TECS 1001 and TECS 1002.
· Complete and pass 4 GLL.

 

Career Prospects and Career Paths

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning