The purpose of the Bachelor of Human Resource Management is to equip graduates with an in-depth grounding in human resource management (HRM) knowledge, theory, principles, and skills so that they can contribute to the multifunctional, multinational public and business sectors, confidently executing analytical, interpretive, strategic and integrative skills.
The exit learning outcomes of the programme are aligned with the requirements of NQF Level 7 and students are required to apply theoretical knowledge to complex problems and to present such application as a well-structured argument using academic discourse.
The Bachelor of Human Resource Management will empower students with a set of skills, values, attitudes, and knowledge to enable them to:
- contribute to the development, growth, competitiveness, and sustainability of organizational assets: employees, teams and associated communities;
- formulate, plan, strategize, execute, measure and improve HRM and business processes, practices, systems, and solutions;
- partner, learn from and collaborate with national, regional and global HRM and business stakeholders to improve the performance of human capital via talent development;
- apply innovation and technology to implement and improve HRM and business systems, policy, procedure and best practices; and
- comply with good governance, strong ethics, and quality performance standards when implementing, managing and improving HRM and business practices.
A Senior Certificate or a National Senior Certificate that meets the specific admission criteria or a SAQA equivalence certificate for international school leaving certificates is required.
A minimum Academic Performance Score (APS) of 28 is required for admission into this degree with Mathematics and 30 with Mathematical Literacy, with the following specifications:
- English with a D symbol (APS=4);
- Mathematics with a D symbol (APS=4);
- Mathematical Literacy with a D symbol (APS=4);
Students with a relevant HRM or related national Certificate or Diploma may also gain access to this degree.
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Reasons to Enrol in a UJ Online Programme
Our online programmes are carefully designed to make earning an accredited university qualification possible for students from all walks of life.
Students benefit from the rigor and faculty instruction of a traditional programme, made accessible online.
- No travel required
- 6 start dates per year
- Pay per module
- Fully supported
- Work and learn
Compulsory modules - 374 Credits
Human Resource Management 1A (12 credits)
Industrial Psychology 1BA (8 credits)
Industrial Psychology 1BB (8 credits)
Industrial Psychology 1AA (8 credits)
Business Management 1A (12 credits)
Information Management 1AA (8 credits)
Mathematics: Finance & Business 1A (12 credits)
Industrial Psychology 1AB (8 credits)
Information Management 1AB (8 credits)
Human Resource Management 1B (12 credits)
Business Management 1B (12 credits)
Mathematics: Finance & Business 1B (12 credits)
Introductory Labour Law (16 credits)
Human Resource Management 2A (12 credits)
Human Resource Management 2B (12 credits)
Analytical Techniques A (15 credits)
Industrial Psychology 2A (16 credits)
Industrial Psychology 2B (16 credits)
Business Management 2A (16 credits)
Business Management 2B (16 credits)
Analytical Techniques B (15 credits)
Industrial Psychology 3A (16 credits)
Industrial Psychology 3B (16 credits)
Business Management 3A (16 credits)
Business Management 3B (16 credits)
Project Management (16 credits)
Knowledge Economy (16 credits)
Human Resource Management 3A (12 credits)
Human Resource Management 3B (12 credits)
Registration and Start Dates
Registration starts in January and lectures in February for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate course work programmes.
All research programmes for Masters and PhD can register throughout the year.
End Date: Academic starts in January and ends in December. Programme deadline is determined by the duration of the programme.