BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management Grow and apply your skills in understanding and managing people in today’s business and HRM environment Course in Pakistan || Registration Open
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This BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management degree will help you to develop the skills needed in business to recruit, manage and develop the most talented staff to compete in an ever-changing business environment.
Business is brought to life on this Business and Human Resource Management degree with focus on current real-world business and people management. You will work on live business projects and case studies to develop your confidence, business knowledge, HR knowledge, entrepreneurial mind-set and resilience.
You will explore a range of topics such as HRM, leadership, management, marketing, finance, operations management, entrepreneurship and market research to provide you with a strong foundation of both HR and business management needed by employers today.
Many of the jobs you will hold in the future don’t exist yet and this degree will teach you management fundamentals to deal with today’s complex and changing business landscape. It will also develop your people management focus should you decide to progress your career in HRM and extend your studies further to gain full Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) accreditation.
On this course you will:
- Explore various business and human resource management topics, tactics, opportunities, challenges and solutions.
- Specialise in human resource management.
- Complete projects with real business clients.
- Be able to complete a 1-year and/or 10-week placement providing valuable work experience.
- Develop valuable soft skills like teamwork, communication, time management and problem solving.
- Have the opportunity to take part in events and activates including trips, events and business forums.
We have recently obtained CMI accreditation for BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management which provides you with assurance that our degrees meet current employer requirements of aspiring managers.
In addition to your degree, you will be eligible to achieve the Level 5 Diploma or Certificate in Management on graduation at no extra cost or work, if you satisfactorily complete mapped modules. Research shows that CMI accreditation improves your employability within a graduate level job and if you are interested in a management career, this qualification can improve your potential of securing a first level management position. You can apply for ‘Chartered Manager’ status on graduation to improve your management career potential.
Teaching and Assessment
How you will learn
Throughout the degree, you will learn business and human resource management disciplines from industry experienced lecturers and business guest speakers. The majority of the course is taught by applying business, management and HR theory to practical scenarios where you can develop your problem solving, people management and business strategy skills. You will also be able to work with real clients and business on current commercial and business opportunities, challenges and projects. Some of these projects will provide the basis for assessment and enable you to apply your learning to authentic commercial situations and increase your work resilience.
To ensure we provide a ‘professional’ environment, the course is taught in small, interactive workshops of up to 30 students where you will discuss a specific business topic and provide opportunities for you to work on tasks, have group discussions and feedback your views in a supportive and stretching environment.
As a result of our teaching approach, you will develop confidence and interest in the business environment as well as a wide range of soft skills such as teamwork, communication, planning, organising and leadership.
Our assessments aim to reflect work-based scenarios and as a result there are minimal exams with more focus on action and problem-based assessments, with most assessments based on presentations, portfolio work or reports. Where there are exams, the majority are ‘timed assessments’ and ‘open-book’.
What you will study
You will study a selection of core and optional modules in each year. Each module is worth a number of credits and is delivered differently depending on its content and focus of study.
Most of our business degrees share core modules during the first year, so you may choose to move from a joint honours degree to a single honours option at the end of year one if you find another subject of particular interest.
The first year focuses on understanding the fundamentals of business management, how decisions are made and affect other business areas. During this year, you will develop your employability, enterprise awareness and build a foundation of business knowledge for the rest of your degree through key subject areas such as HRM, employee development/relations, management, operations and leadership.
During year two, you will further develop knowledge in financial reporting and management in core modules and start to build your own specialism through optional modules. You will also start learning research skills that prepare you for your research dissertation in the final year. During this year, you will consider whether to go on a one-year placement or study exchange at the end of year two; or continue straight to year three.
In your final year, the research dissertation will be your main focus, where you research articles about a particular topic and issue, then carry out primary research to investigate further, analyse data and come up with some recommendations and conclusions. You will also have the opportunity to specialise further and select modules that most interest you and prepare for your career.
If you feel that you would like to gain more work experience specific to your career pathway, or, you went on the one-year placement and would like to gain further work experience, you could select the short work placement option in the final semester and carry out your research dissertation whilst on placement for the organisation.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
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Management and Organisations
You will explore business management theories, the role and position of a manager, and your ability to manage others. You are encouraged to develop your self-awareness as a potential manager and will investigate issues like the history of management, structures, functions, culture and sustainability of an organisation. You will also explore aspects of business psychology and how people are motivated, behave and discuss theories of leadership and conflict management techniques that can be used in effective management. You will be assessed through a report.