Bachelor – Human resources

SEMISTER 1&2

SEMISTER 1SEMISTER 2
CODECOURSECODECOURSE
COM100Business communication MNG 200Introduction to management
ECO 100Economics I: Introduction to EconomicsHR 200Human resources management
BL 200Business Law 1MRK 200Introduction to marketing
EM 325Event managementECO 101Economics II: Principles of Microeconomics
ACC 200Introduction to accounting CMP 120Computer Information Systems Applications
 

  • COM 100: Business communication: enables students to improve their reading, writing and speaking skills in a business environment.
  • ECO 100: Economics I :Introduction to Economics: Gives students an overview of Economics as a whole.
  • BL 200: Business law 1: introduce students to the legal principles of business.
  • EM 325 : Event Management : This course helps students to learn how to organize an event
  • ACC 200: Introduction to accounting: helps students to get initiated to the history and basics of accounting.
  • MNG 200: Introduction to management:Allows students to get initiated to the management skills.
  • HR 200: Human resources management: allows students to learn the basics of HR
  • MRK 200: Introduction to marketing: helps students to learn the basics of marketing.
  • ECO 101: Economics II:Principles of Microeconomics: enables students to study economics at its micro-level.
  • CMP 120: Computer information Systems Applications:introduce students to the basic computer skills.

SEMISTER 3&4

SEMISTER 3SEMISTER 4
CODECOURSECODECOURSE
CMP 150 Advanced computer Information Systems ApplicationsECO 110Economics III : Principles of Macroeconomics
ACC 210Financial accounting MRK 300Marketing research
SP 100Introduction to psychologyTHR 300Trainig and human resource development
BB 100Buyer behaviorSM 312Sales management
MRK 100Marketing : Principles and policies MRK 410Marketing management
 

  • CMP 150: Advanced computer Information Systems Applications: Operating System & Internet.
  • ACC 210 : This course highlights the basic standards in financial accouning system ( income statement , balance sheet , cash flow statetement )
  • SP: Introduction to psychology : This course highlights the most interesting experiments within the field of psychology.
  • BB 100 : Buyer Behavior: This course enables students to understand consumers buying decisions
  • MRK 100 : Marketing : principles and policies : This course helps students to understand the theoretical concepts and practical applications of marketing
  • ECO 110:Economics III: Principles of Macroeconomics: helps students to learn basic skills about the economy at states level.
  • MRK 300 : Marketing research:A study of the role of research in marketing decisions. Special emphasis is placed on data gathering, compilation, analysis, and interpretation including the writing and analysis of surveys
  • THR 300 : Training and human resource development : This course focuses on the role of a trainer in human resources departments.
  • SM 312 : Sales Management : This course provides conceptual and practical guidance on sales planning and management
  • MRK 410 : Marketing Management: Definition, nature, scope and importance of marketing, marketing mix.

 

SEMISTER 5&6

SEMISTER 5SEMISTER 6
CODECOURSECODECOURSE
HRMT 210Human resource management theoryULM 325Urban labor markets and employment policy
JAD 412Job analysis and designIRT 251Work , employement and industrial relations theory
ELR 220Employement law & Employee rightsHRM 300Human resource management
CIT 364Current issues and trend in HRMOB 100Organizational behavior
SHR 250Strategic HR management RS 100Human resources : Recruitment and selection
 

  • HRMT 210 : Human resource management theory : Lessons in this course explore the reasons business management is considered a science, major management theories and application of theories to practical situations.
  • JAD 412 : Job analysis and design : Study the purpose of job design and the different types and how jobs are reengineered for continuous improvement.
  • ELR 220: Employement law & Employee rights : Topics covered in this course include work-life balance, workplace stress and HR laws and regulations.
  • CIT 364 : Current issues and trend in HRM: This course helps students to learn about affirmative action and workplace diversity.
  • SHR 250 : Strategic HR management : This course includes topics on human resources management, performance management, training and development, reward systems and workforce diversity.
  • ULM 325 : Urban labor markets and employment policy : This course helps students to learn about urban labor markets, public policy, welfare reform and living wage campaigns
  • IRT 251 : Work , employement and industrial relations theory : This course covers different labor theories, including Marxist and neo-classical ideas about industrial relations
  • HRM 300 : Human resource management : This course covers HR planning, job analysis, managing workforce diversity, labor relations and recruitment
  • OB 100 : Organizational behavior : This course helps students to learn about how groups and individuals behave in technology-based organization
  • RS 100 : Human resources : Recruitment and selection: This course explores how employees with different personality types may be best suited for certain positions.Moreover , students can learn to properly interview job candidates and make a final selection.