BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

 

WHAT WE DO?

The Bachelor of Human Resource prepares students to manage the development of  human capital in organizations.

It includes instruction in personnel and organization policy, human resource dynamics and flows, labor relations, civil rights, human resources law and regulations, motivation and compensation systems, recruitment and selection, and managing employee and job training programs.

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 TOTAL FEES = RM24, 160.00

WHY US?

  • Access to highly experienced academic staff.
  • A strong industrial linkages built into the program structure.
  • A strong emphasis on leadership and business decision making process.
  • Courses are practical in using current HRMS and in accordance to Malaysian Statutory requirements; compliance to labour legal framework

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Passed STPM with min 2 ‘C’, and passed Maths and English at SPM/SPMV level.
  • One Year Foundation Program from Universiti Selangor (UNISEL) with at least a CGPA of 2.00, OR
  • A recognized Matriculation Certificate with at least a CGPA of 2.00 OR
  • Passed STAM (jayyid), and passed Bahasa Malaysia & English at SPM level.
  • Diploma qualification or its equivalent from any accredited IPTA or IPTS with at least a CGPA of 2.00.
  • Passed A-Level with min 2′C’, and passed Maths & English at SPM level.
  • Passed UEC with 5′B’ including Maths & English.
  • For international students, a min of 5.5 score in IELTS.

CAREER PROSPECT

  • Human Resources Executive
  • Employee Relations Executive
  • Human Resource Development Executive
  • Learning and Development Executive
  • Recruitment Officer
  • Training Officer
  • Coaching Consultant
  • Payroll Executive
  • Small Business Owner

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January / July / September


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