COURSE DESCRIPTION

Human Resource Management is a subdiscipline of Business & Management studies. HRM is an essential part of any business and deals with recruiting the right people for the right positions, as well as managing and offering guidance for employees during their stay in a company.

Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Human Resource Management include theories and practices related to hiring processes, administrative services, performance management, staff administration, and training.

HRM students learn how to motivate and enhance employees’ contribution in order to maximize the productivity of an organization. Courses in this field focus on organizational behaviour, and how it can be used to create a positive atmosphere within companies. An important skill in this field is managing people according to different workplace cultures. This involves flexibility and understanding in order to adapt to social and work environments, while also strengthening the company culture values.

Students who graduate with degrees in Human Resource Management can engage in the following careers: human resource officer, office manager, occupational psychologist, career adviser, recruitment consultant, training and development officer, and others.