• To equip current practitioners in Human Resource Management and related fields with the requisite knowledge and skills to improve the management of human capital
  • To equip potential practitioners in Human Resource Management and related fields with the requisite knowledge and skills for fluid entry into industry.
  • To continuously research and disseminate the latest knowledge on contemporary Human Resource Management and related issues
  • To identify and analyse key paradigm shifts in the contemporary world and their impact on the management of human capital within the work place.
  • To blend the theory of Human Resource Management with its practical application within the corporate and industrial space through case studies and student experiences.
  • Students must satisfy conditions for entry to undergraduate degree programmes stipulated in the General Regulations.
  •  For entry into the Faculty of Commerce, students must have passed 5 subjects at Ordinary level (or its equivalent).
  • The 5 subjects at Ordinary level should include English Language with at least a C grade.
  • Apart from 5 subjects at Ordinary level a student must have passed at least two subjects at „A‟ level. Preference shall be given to candidates with A‟ level Management of Business, Business Studies, Sociology or any Arts subjects.
  • In approved cases a student may be exempted from Part I courses on condition that the student does not complete the full-time programme in less than three full academic years.
  • Special Entry : Candidates who have successfully completed the Higher National Diploma in Human Resources Management or have otherwise obtained equivalent qualifications and have passed the Diploma with merit (credits and distinctions) in half of the programme courses may apply for direct entry into Part II of the degree programme.

4 years Conventional and Block Release.

  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Employment Relations
  • HR Consultancy
  • Business and Public Relations
  • Organizational Analysis and HR Strategy
Modules:

COHR 1101 Human Resource Management I
COHR 1102 Principles of Economics
COAF 1103 Principles of Management
COAF 1104 Introduction to Information
Technology and Information Literacy
COAF 1106 Business Communication
COAF 1107 Accounting 1A

Modules:

COHR 1201 Human Resource Management II
COHR 1202 Introduction to Quantitative
Analysis for Business
COHR 1203 Talent Management
COAF 1203 Principles of Marketing
IDPL 1203 Peace and Leadership Studies
COHR 1204 Business law
COAF 1207 Accounting IB

Modules:

COHR 2101 Training and Development
COHR 2102 Organizational Behaviour
COHR 2103 Production and Operations Management
COHR 2104 Motivation Theories and Strategies
COHR 2105 Labour Economics
COHR 2106 Health and Safety Management

Modules:

COHR 2201 Labour Relations
COHR 2202 Industrial Psychology
COHR 2203 Sociology of Work
COHR 2204 Entrepreneurship
COHR 2205 Reward Management
COHR 2206 Research Methods

Modules:

COEC 3001 Industrial Attachment Student‟s Work Related Learning Report
Academic Supervisor‟s Assessment Report
Employer's Assessment Report

Modules:

COHR 4101 Strategic Management and Policy Formulation
COHR 4102 Performance Management
COHR 4103 Human Resource Information Systems
COHR 4104 Corporate Governance
COHR 4105 Change Management
COHR 4106 Leadership in Human Resource Management

Modules:

COHR 4201 International Labour Law
COHR 4202 Business Ethics
COHR 4203 Organisational Design and Development
COHR 4204 Strategic Human
Resource Management
COHR 4205 Quality Management
COHR 4206 Dissertation

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