Human Resources Management Undergraduate Program (B.S., 4 Years)
Human Resource Management Program is fully committed to produce graduates who would pursue job opportunities at the international arena with their in-depth knowledge and skills in human resources as well as a solid foundation in business and management. The medium of instruction is English, with a curriculum designed to enable students to acquire cultural and language skills and to develop an appreciation for various economic, social, psychological, and political processes that impact human resource issues in organizations around the globe. The emphasis throughout the program is to encourage students to develop an innovative approach to recognizing opportunities and risks, to acquire analytic and information technology skills for swift decision-making, and to strengthen communication skills for effectively executing human resource strategies.
Having gone through an educational program enhancing problem solution and communication skills, graduates of the Human Resources Management Department step into the professional life with up-to-date information on computers and other technologies. The program aims to bring up creative professionals who take the initiative and, at the same time, who can express themselves effectively.
The curriculum as well as course contents are continually revised and updated in the light of recent developments in the human resource management profession and the recommendations of the managers at the professional world. The theoretical knowledge and skills are taught in applied settings using case studies, team work, and project based methods aimed at facilitating learning through simulations of ‘real-life’ cases and contexts. Courses which involve computer technology are delivered in modern computer laboratories. The curriculum enables students to acquire knowledge and skills in a multitude of areas critical for developing perspective and knowledge as well as providing courses that lead to specialization in human resources. Staff at the department consists of successful and prominent academicians who have adopted student-centered learning as their teaching philosophy. Academic staff members at the Department not only possess numerous academic studies and projects published both nationally and internationally but also continuously contribute to the professional world with their extensive knowledge.
• Classes with up-to-date technological possibilities.
• Extensive computer facilities and Internet access.
• Student clubs for various interests.
• Personal academic advisor for each student.
• Extensive library collections on human resources books, journals and databases.
• Lectures and events that bring together students and professionals from the business world.
Graduates of the program will be in demand in countless private sector businesses as well as public sector and non-governmental organizations in the areas of staff management or human resources and all positions suitable for business graduates as increasing competition and the move towards knowledge-based organizations drive managers to pay special attention to the human resource function for recruiting and retaining talented employees.