Awarding Institution: 

Awarded by University of Sunderland, UK

Full Time Duration: 
3 years
Intake Dates: 
Please refer directly to the respective SEGi campus

Description

Business and Human Resource management touches the core of the invaluable asset in any organisation, manpower.  To be a Human Resource Manager or to hold any managerial post, having an understanding of how to attract and retain the best people is a pertinent skill to master. 

The SEGi University degree of BA (Hons) in Business and Human Resource Management is offered by the University of Sunderland, UK.  This programme helps students to attain wide-ranging knowledge of business and management strategies with practical trainings to aid graduates in chosen future careers.  It covers a comprehensive range of key concepts and techniques to prepare you for a successful career in the field of Human Resources. It also provides a solid foundation for students who wish to pursue other branches/specialisations in business degrees.

Career Opportunities

The job market offers graduates numerous opportunities for students of Business and Human Resource Management. Graduates are welcome to work as human resource managers, in the banking, insurance and education line as well as civil service. 

Entry Requirements

  • Foundation in Commerce,
  • STPM (2 principles),
  • Pre-University,
  • A-Levels,
  • UEC
  • or equivalent qualification.

Programme Modules

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • Learning From Practice & Reflection
  • Core Business Skills
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Accounting for Business and Management
  • Understanding the Global Environment
  • Organisation Studies
  • Business Ethics
  • Operation Management
  • Introduction to Strategic Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Practical Employment Law
  • Managing Diversity and Equality
  • Business Research Dissertation I
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Human Resource Strategies
  • Business Research Dissertation II
  • Organisational and Human Resource  Development Strategies
  • Employment Relations