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HRM Curriculum of the Program

HRM Program mission:

The Human Resource Management Program (HRM) is structured to provide a broad range of HRM skills designed to meet student aspirations and the needs of the business community. This program makes it possible for students to attain their highest educational goals, and provides them a firm foundation in HRM practices and a firm value-based foundation for lifelong learning and a career in Human Resource Management.

HRM Program objectives / goals:

The HRM Program has the following educational goals:

  1. To prepare graduates for entry-level positions in the HRM industry.

  2. To prepare graduates for the pursuit of higher education.

  3. To enhance graduate ability to engage in lifelong learning.

Program Learning Outcomes::

  • Recognize the role of HRM and its main functions in an organization.
  • Describe the basic concepts of ethics, diversity, and social responsibility in HRM. 
  • Use basic critical thinking skills in solving the Human Resource issues.
  • Apply basic quantitative methods in making HRM decisions. 
  • Demonstrate effective teamwork & leadership skills .
  • Show ethical and responsible behavior.
  • Demonstrate effective written communication and oral presentation skills. 

Professional Occupations:

After completing the program, students may take up any HRM occupation such as:

  • HR Assistant

  • HR Coordinator

  • HR Manager

  • HR Director

  • Compensation

  • Staffing

Program Faculty:



Dr. Basheer M. Al-Ghazali
Assistant Professor/ BA Programs Coordinator
ghazali C-274-3
Mr.Hasan Perrveiz
perrveiz C-270-2
Mr. Mohammad Faiz-e RABBANI
faize C-270-3
Dr. Faisal A. AL-MUHANA
muhana C-166

Curriculum Overview:

The objectives of the Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management are achieved through a curriculum made up of courses in the following areas:

(a) General education requirement (13 Credits)

ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic Discourse (3-0-3)
ENGL 102 Introduction to Report Writing (3-0-3)
IAS 111 Belief and its Consequences (2-0-2)
IAS 201 Writing for Professional Needs (2-0-2)
MATH 115 Finite Mathematics (3-0-3)

(b) Core requirement (45 Credits)

ACCT101 Principles of Accounting I (2-2-3)
MGT101 Principles of Management (3-0-3)
MKT101 Principles of Marketing (3-0-3)
ECON103 Introduction to Economics (3-0-3)
CIT111 Introduction to Information Systems (2-3-3)
CIT142 Introduction to Computer Applications (2-3-3)
HRM101 Principles of Human Resource Management (3-0-3)
HRM102 Staffing (3-0-3)
HRM199 Summer Internship (0-0-3)
HRM201 Training and Development (3-0-3)
HRM202 Compensation and Benefit Management (3-0-3)
HRM206 Workplace Psychology (3-0-3)
HRM204 Labor Law and Social Insurance (3-0-3)
BA200 Business Communication (3-0-3)
MGT202 Organization Behavior (3-0-3)

(c) HRM elective courses (3 Credits)

HRM215 Negotiation and Conflict Management (3-0-3)
HRM210 Human Resource Information Systems (3-0-3)
HRM249 Special Topics in HRM (3-0-3)

Other Electives (3 Credits)

ACCT102 Principles of Accounting II (2-2-3)
SCM125 Principles of Supply Chain Management (3-0-3)
CIT243 Introduction to ERP (2-2-3)
BA221 Business Law (3-0-3)
MKT205 Introduction to Marketing Research (3-0-3)
Total number of credit hours required is 64

Students are required to take one elective course from the other major electives.

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