This programme is specifically designed to provide:
What you will study
Level 1 comprises 10 common modules within all management awards. The Legal, Business Environment and Computing & IT in the Workplace modules provide a context within which businesses operate.
The Business & Communications Skills and Introduction to Services Management modules provide the skills and competence that will be used throughout the programme. You are then introduced to the four principal functions of a business – Management, Marketing, People Management and Accounting. Important and relevant skills for independent learning are also introduced.
In addition to the above, all students are also required to successfully complete General Studies modules as stipulated by the Malaysian Qualification Agency, as well as fulfill credit requirements for Co-Curricular Activities.
The emphasis is on strategy and decision-making alongside the more practical issues of managing for enterprise, performance and problem-solving. There is also an emphasis on aspects of the employee including Employee Relations, Employee Development, Employment Law and Effective Performance.
Independent learning continues in all modules but is a particular focus and requirement in Research Methods.
The emphasis is on strategy and decision-making, through modules which emphasise the changing practices of management and HRM Strategy, as well as International HRM and People & Performance Management. You will not only study modules which deal with contemporary ideas about managing people, change and HRM strategy, but will also consider these issues within the increasingly international arena of managing HRM.
The HRM Project further develops the academic and practical aspects of your chosen area of study and reinforces your independent learning skills.
CAREERS IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Any functional area of HRM including personnel management, performance management, recruitment, training & development or possibly in general management.
Source: Asia Pacific University