Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Management

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Management

 

Program Description

Program Description
The BSBA program is an interdisciplinary and problem-focused program comprising three integrated elements: core, business and management. Each major consists of courses designed to develop the critical thinking and analytical information communication technology skills, human relation. Communication, quantitative and computer skills needed by the graduates to successfully serve as leaders in business organizations.

The degree program described herein shall be called Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Human Resource Management (BSBA-HRM)). The degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC) shall henceforth be discontinued and the Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) that currently offer the Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC) are enjoined to rename their programs following this new nomenclature. Five distinct majors or specializations may be offered under the BSBA programs: Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operations Management and business Economics
The curriculum is based on the standards and minimum requirement of the Commission on Higher Education (CMO 17 s. 2017) and is benchmarked against the curricula of leading local and international academic institutions offering similar program.

Program Goals

1. Assume supervisory and or managerial responsibilities within their organization.
2. Pursue graduate studies in Business and management
3. Manage a business.

Program Objectives

The BSBA major in Human Resource Management Program prepares the graduate for a career in the Human Resources Department of any organization, handling the many diverse human capital requirements of the organization, including recruitment, staffing, training and career development.

Specifically, in two to five years after graduation, the BS Business Administration alumni shall:

1. Qualify for a career in business administration specifically in various general and specialized financial management, investment
management, trust operations, financial securities markets, capital markets, foreign currency markets, supervisory and managerial
positions; and
2. Acquire the competencies, skills, knowledge, and work values necessary for self-employment


Career Path

  • Management Trainee in HRM
  • Office Assistant
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Human Resource Assistant
  • Executive Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Recruitment Assistant
  • Compensation Assistant
  • Benefits Assistant
  • Training and Development


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  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
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  • Assessments Self
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