Diploma In Human Resource Management

The main purpose of the qualification is to equip the student for careers in three main fields of Human Resource management:

  • Employment Relations
  • Employee Development
  • Personnel Management functions

The primary purpose of the Diploma in HRM is to equip students as potential HR practitioners with the fundamental knowledge, competencies and values associated with the HR profession.

This includes competencies related to workforce planning, learning, performance, reward, wellness, employment relationship management and organizational change to provide an effective efficient

Diploma in Human Resource Management

Presented Semester

Credit Value

LH

PH

CH

 

Key:  Credit Hour/ Credit Value (CU), Lecture Hour (LH), Practical Hour (PH) and Contact Hour (CH)

Unit Code

Name/Description

 

 

 

 

 

Year 1 – Semester 1

 

 

 

 

 

MGT 1102D

Management Theory and Practices

 Semester 1

3

45

10

55

FND 1101 D

Communication Skills

 Semester 1

3

45

10

55

ICT 1108 D

Computer Literacy

 Semester 1

4

45

10

55

FIN 1103 D

Principles of Accounting

 Semester 1

4

45

10

55

MGT1102D

 

Introduction to Human Resource  

 Semester 1

3

45

10

55

Total  credits for the semester 1 load

 Semester 1

17

 

 

 

 

Year 1 – Semester 2

 

 

 

 

 

MGT1202D

Human Resource Planning

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT1203D

Human Resource Record Management

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT1201D

 

Entrepreneurship Skills Development

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT1204D

Organisational Psychology

Semester 2

4

45

0

45

FIN 1201 D

Financial Management

Semester 2

4

45

10

55

Total  credits for the semester 2 load

Semester 2

17

 

 

 

 

Year  2  -  Semester 1

MGT 2106D

Human Resource Procurement

Semester 1

3

45

10

55

MGT 2101 D

Research Methods                            

Semester 1

3

45

10

55

MGT2105D

Performance Management

Semester 1

4

45

10

55

MGT1101D

Principles of Management

Semester 1

3

45

15

55

MGT2102D

Introduction to Industrial Relations

Semester 1

4

45

10

55

Total  credits for the semester 1 load

 

17

 

 

 

 

Year  2 - Semester 2

MGT2201D

 

Project planning and Management

 

Semester 2

4

45

10

55

MGT2202D

Ethics

Semester 2

3

35

10

55

MGT2203D

Essentials of Training and Development

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT2205D

 

Employee Compensation & Management

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

FIN2205D

Research Proposal

Semester 2

5

120

0

0

Total  credits for the semester 2 load

Semester 2

18

 

 

 

 

Total Graduation Load (Credits)

 

69

 

 

 

Period of Registration

Continue Studies

Conditional Re-admission

No re-admission

After 1 year

32 Credits

20 - 15 credits

Less than 15 credits

After 2 years

64 credits

32– 16 credits

Less than 16   Credits

Total Graduation Credits

(63 Credits)