program synopsis

The Bachelor in Human Resource Management program is designed to equip learners with essential management acumen necessary for assuming managerial positions in private as well as public sector organizations.

The curriculum is designed to produce graduates who are sensitive to the changing business environmental influences and responsive to new ideas in resolving emerging issues confronting business organizations.
In the inherently competitive business world, the successful companies of today and tomorrow are those that internalize values such as productivity, quality, service, competence, innovation and the like. These core values are incorporated into the program.

In order to qualify for the degree program, a minimum of 102 credit hours of courses is required. Of these, 98 credit hours are prescribed while the remaining 12 credit hours (equivalent to 4 courses) are to be chosen from the respective areas of specialization.

Entry requirements

Senior Secondary/High School Certificate Examination (SS/HSCE) or West African Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE).

program structure

  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3
  • Year 4
  • Year 5
semester
course title
course code
credit hour
1ST
learning skills for 21st Century
OUMH1603
3
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
BBPP1103
3
2ND
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
BBPB2103
3
MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT
BBMP1103
3
3RD
ENGLISH FOR WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
OUMH1203
3
MARKETING MANAGEMENT I
BBPM2103
3
semester
course title
course code
credit hour
1ST
THINKING SKILLS AND PROBLEM SOLVING
SBFS1103
3
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
BBEK1103
3
2ND
ENGLISH FOR ORAL COMMUNICATION
OUMH1303
3
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
BBAW2103
3
3RD
PLANNING, RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION OF HR
BBPR2103
3
semester
course title
course code
credit hour
1ST
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I
BBPW3103
3
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
BBEK4203
3
2ND
PRINCIPLES OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
ABCR2103
3
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
BBDH4103
3
3RD
EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAW
BBUI3103
3
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
BBNP4103
3
semester
course title
course code
credit hour
1ST
INTRODUCATION TO GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
HBEF3703
3
ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
BBGO4103
3
2ND
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
SBST1303
3
CHANGE MANAGEMENT
BBMC4103
3
3RD
CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT
BBSB4103
3
CAREER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
BBCP4103
3
semester
course title
course code
credit hour
1ST
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
BBIH4103
3
HAZARD MANAGEMENT
BBSH4103
3
2ND
COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT STATISTICS
BBCM4103
3
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
BBHI4103
3
3RD

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