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Aims and Objectives

The aims of the programme are as follows:

  • To develop personnel policies that improves employee relations at work.
  • To develop an understanding of the general issues and approaches to Organization and management.
  • To enhance self-confidence and the ability to critically evaluate business and management issues and develop solutions from the moral, professional and the academic perspectives.
  • To instil a problem-solving attitude and business ethics in the practice of management.
  • To prepare the candidates for progression to higher levels of study in HRM. 

The objectives of the programme are:

  • to gain knowledge in the field of human resource management and enable them to understand the human resource functions and practices in banks/organization for improved performance and help create a transparent organizational culture
  • to provide an overall understanding of organizational behavior concepts
  • to assist students in recognizing organizational structure, culture and development concepts so that they are better equipped to perform in the organization, make informed decisions and effectively manage supervisors and subordinates for enhanced performance.
  • to ensure conceptual understanding, need and application of ethical concepts in daily business transactions.

On completion of the programme, graduates should be able to:

  • Analyse the use of HRM principles in their organizations, and perhaps introduce them
  • Identify and discuss the main tasks associated with HRM
  • Assess the main perspectives on management and explain their relationship to HRM
  • Explain the importance of the cultural context for HRM
  • Discuss the challenges that multi-national corporations face in managing HR in some major economies
  • Evaluate the importance of parent–subsidiary relationships in relation to HRM
  • Assess the extent to which multi-national corporations have the freedom to impose common approaches to HRM in their international operations
  • Embed organisational learning and knowledge within the strategic HRM function
  • Discuss the challenges of managing culture within an international joint venture. 


  • Level 100 Semester 1
  • Level 100 Semester 2
  • Level 200 Semester 1
  • Level 200 Semester 2
  • Level 300 Semester 1
  • Level 300 Semester 2
  • Level 400 Semester 1
  • Level 400 Semester 2

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