The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Concentration in Human Resources Management prepares students for positions in human resource department leadership, to establish and advance organizational policies and guidelines, and to utilize the tools and techniques for developing transformational work environments. The program prepares graduates to become influential business leaders equipped with the ability to identify, analyze, and solve complex human resource and management issues. It provides students with a thorough knowledge of the issues, topics, methods, and requirements they will encounter in the field of Human Resources. The fundamentals of management, psychology, ethics, and organizational behavior; combined with advanced courses in employment law and labor relations.
The student who graduates with a major in Human Resource Management will be able to:
- Conduct effective human resource planning.
- Explain the processes of job analysis, staffing, appraisal and compensation, career training, and development.
- Identify various performance appraisal systems and critically evaluate their pros and cons.
- Demonstrate cohesive team-management skills with a focus on the group dynamics of an increasingly diverse workforce.
- Utilize various processes and tools for bargaining, negotiating, and resolving disputes.
- Use quantitative and qualitative analytical research methods to evaluate human resource initiatives and solve problems.
- Develop effective written and oral communications consistent with the business and professional environment.
- Apply appropriate information technology to analyze problems and issues, develop business research, report key data, and recommend management strategy and action plans.
- Interpret and apply human resource principles in a global setting.
Program Learning Outcomes
The program learning outcomes (PLOs) set out the academic learning, skills, and achievements that the student must reliably demonstrate before graduation.
Upon successful completion of the courses in the HRM program, the graduating students are expected to be able to:
- A well-rounded understanding of management of human resources, including:
- Duties of a manager: planning, organizing, directing, and controlling the operation of human resources or personnel departments.
- Ability to analyze interaction between individual and work group behavior, leadership styles and organizational cultures.
- How to plan, recruit, train and compensate personnel in an organization.
- Understand the legal and social responsibilities of the human resources function.
- The ability to deal with a variety of people and situations.
- Well-developed written and oral communication skills.
- The ability to utilize current technology.
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
- An ability to understand ethical decision models.
- Coordinate internal and external training and recruitment activities.
- Organize and conduct employee information meetings.
|Year 1||Semester 1||Block 1||MG2101||Organizational Behavior||4|
|Block 2||LA2101||Business Communications||4|
|Block 3||MG2102||Principles of Management||4|
|Block 4||MA2101||Basic Mathematics||4|
|Semester 2||Block 5||MK2101||Principles of Marketing||4|
|Block 6||MG2103||Fundamentals of Business Environment (Management Theory)||4|
|Block 7||AC2101||Principles of Accounting||4|
|Year 2||Semester 3||Block 9||BL2201||Business Law||4|
|Block 10||HR2201||Human Resource Management||4|
|Block 11||EC2201||Business Economics||4|
|Block 12||MA2202||Statistics for Business Decisions||4|
|Semester 4||Block 13||MG2204||Strategic Management||4|
|Block 14||MG2205||Research Methodology||4|
|Block 16||MG2207||Business Management Internship||4|
|Year 3||Semester 5||Block 17||HR3102||Managerial Behavior and Effectiveness||4|
|Block 18||HR3103||Organizational Theory Design & Development||4|
|Block 19||HR3104||Social Psychology||4|
|Semester 6||Block 20||HR3105||Strategic Human Resource Management||4|
|Block 21||HR3106||Human Resource Training & Development||4|
|Block 22||HR3107||Performance & Compensation Management||4|
|Year 4||Semester 7||Block 23||Specialization Elective 1||4|
|Block 24||Specialization Elective 2||4|
|Block 25||Specialization Elective 3||4|
|Semester 8||Block 26||MG3208||Project Work||20|
Bachelor of Business Administration (Part-Time)
“Studying tertiary education at university can be an intellectual challenge at times. But I must admit that enrolling in the Bachelor of Business Administration program at Texila American University has been the best decision of my life yet. The learning environment is up to the standards and is comfortable with the best learning facilities. Currently, studying Organizational Behavior as my first studies here so far has been the greatest experience with the most supportive learning environment, faculties, and cooperative classmates. I’m very thankful and obligated to Texila and those special people in my life who have constantly been there with supportive encouragement and motivation, which has kept me going.”
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