Human Resource Management
£2360 (£1600 during the tuition waiver period)
The aim of this course is to develop the learner's skills and knowledge of independent research, diagnose and make recommendations for change or improvements that are realistic, relevant and beneficial to specific organizations. In addition, this unit will enable learners to present a persuasive business report and/or a reasoned and logical case for changes in policies, practices and strategies reflecting academic research and writing skills.
The skills of project and time management as applied to organisation based research
Different approaches to the investigation of organisational problems, issues, processes and policies
Compare and contrast the relative merits of different research methods and their relevance to different situations
Introduction to business and management research
Principles of HRM
Qualitative interviewing and observation methods
1. Be able to identify and justify a suitable business issue that is of strategic relevance to the organisation
2. Be able to set out coherent aims and objectives and justify the research methods to be followed to achieve them
3. Be able to develop and present a persuasive business report
Citizens of the following countries are eligible for a 50% scholarship upon writing a personal statement. All scholarships are to be approved by the Academic Board. The list of countries are: Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Philippines, Bhutan, Morocco, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Laos, Cambodia, India, Nigeria, Ghana, Bangladesh, Laos, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal and South Africa. Please talk to your student counselor and ask for the Coupon Code to get the 50% Tuition Waiver.
To pass the unit a 40% overall grade must be achieved.