B.B.A in Human Resource Management
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In the Human Resource Management programme students gain an extensive understanding of activities and issues related to managing employees in the workplace and professional organisations. Students are exposed to the legal requirements related to employees and work, the compensation of employees, health and safety concerns, employee relations and development as well as staffing organisations and industrial relations. A sample of courses required for the B.B.A in Human Resource Management is presented below. A total of 128 credit hours are required for successful completion of this programme.
Credits required for programme completion128
Length of programme4 years
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- HRMN250: Human Resource Management
An introductory course which surveys the activities and functions associated with personnel management in organisations. Topics include the origin and history of human resource management, human resource planning and recruiting, job analysis and evaluation, training and development, compensation and benefits, grievance procedures and disciplinary actions.
- ACCT121: Fundamentals of Accounting I
In this course, the emphasis will be placed on understanding the accounting cycle and its content. The preparation of financial statements is also a major focus with emphasis on each section of these financial statements. Areas like Inventory, Internal Controls, Cash, Fixed Assets, Current Liabilities, and Bonds are all studied in detail.
- ECON226: Principles of Microeconomics
Explores theories currently used to explain how people choose what and how much to consume and produce. This analysis is extended to well-defined groups such as firms. It also explores the phenomenon referred to as “the market”, and the interactions of market players which determine prices and the levels of consumption and production. Algebra is used extensively. At the end of this course, students will understand the concepts and theories used by economist to study.
- MGMT415: Organisational Behaviour
This course examines individuals, groups and organisations, from the perspective of the behavioural and social sciences. Topics covered include organisational structure and design, power and politics, communication, motivation, job design, job attitudes, and the dynamics of groups and teams. These issues are addressed both conceptually and from the perspective of the practicing manager.
- MGMT202: Business Communication
This course trains students to improve their business communication skills involving letter writing, communication via technologies, and oral communication. Students are also taught academic business writing principles.
- MGMT301: Business Statistics
This course introduces the student to the scope and application of statistical analysis as it is used in the business world. Students will be introduced to surveying methods and techniques, and analyze data including probability analysis, estimation and hypothesis testing. Examples will be drawn from business and economics discipline.
Five (5) CXC or O'level passes
Or three (3) CXC or O'level passes & Two (2) A'level passes
Three (3) CXC or O'level passes*