Bachelor Of Human Resource Management

Program Overview

This degree programme is designed for those who are interested in a thorough grounding in Human Resource Management. It is suitable programme for those who intend to work as Human Resource Managers, Administrative Assistants, and Supervisors or hold any Administrative position. The programme is offered for a period of three years and the programme structure is as shown below

Course Duration: 3 Years

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Here are some potential career paths that graduates can explore:

  1. Human Resources Manager: Human resources managers are responsible for overseeing the recruitment, hiring, training, and development of employees within an organization. They may work for corporations, non-profit organizations, or government agencies.
  2. Recruiter: Recruiters are responsible for identifying and hiring qualified candidates to fill open positions within an organization. They may work for staffing agencies, corporations, or government agencies.
  3. Training and Development Manager: Training and development managers are responsible for creating and implementing training programs to improve employee skills and knowledge. They may work for corporations, non-profit organizations, or government agencies.
  4. Compensation and Benefits Manager: Compensation and benefits managers are responsible for designing and administering employee compensation and benefits packages. They may work for corporations or government agencies.
  5. Labor Relations Specialist: Labor relations specialists work with management and labor unions to negotiate collective bargaining agreements and resolve labor disputes. They may work for corporations, non-profit organizations, or government agencies.
  6. Employee Relations Manager: Employee relations managers are responsible for creating and implementing policies and procedures to ensure fair and equitable treatment of employees. They may work for corporations or government agencies.
  7. Diversity and Inclusion Manager: Diversity and inclusion managers are responsible for creating and implementing programs to promote diversity and inclusion within an organization. They may work for corporations or government agencies.
  8. Human Resources Consultant: Human resources consultants provide advice and guidance to organizations on various human resources issues, such as employee relations, training and development, and compensation and benefits. They may work for consulting firms or as independent consultants.
  9. Talent Management Specialist: Talent management specialists are responsible for identifying and developing employee talent within an organization. They may work for corporations, non-profit organizations, or government agencies.
  10. Change Management Specialist: Change management specialists are responsible for managing organizational changes, such as mergers and acquisitions or restructuring. They may work for corporations or consulting firms.

These are just a few of the many career paths that graduates with a Bachelor of Human Resource Management can consider. By exploring these options and conducting further research, graduates can identify the career path that aligns with their interests, skills, and goals.

Direct Entry Scheme

At least 5 passes at Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) obtained at the same sitting or its equivalent;

At least 2 principal passes at Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) obtained at the same sitting or its equivalent.

 

Diploma holders

  1. Hold a Credit or Second-Class Diploma in the relevant field from a recognized institution as determined by the University Senate.
  2. At least a Pass (50%) in Mature Entry Examinations.

Other

  1. A certificate obtained after 2 years of post UCE study;
  2. Any equivalent qualifications besides UCE and UACE.

Mature age Entry

  1. The applicant should be 25 years of age and above;
  2. Must have passed mature age entry examinations organized by the National Council for Higher Education.

 

Other

  1. A certificate obtained after 2 years of post UCE study;
  2. Any equivalent qualifications besides UCE and UACE.

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