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B.Sc. Human Resource Management (Special)

YEAR 1 (LEVEL I)

Compulsory Courses

Course Title

Number of Credits

Semester

ECON 1001

Introduction to Microeconomics

3

I

ECON 1002

Introduction to Macroeconomics

3

II

ECON 1003

Mathematics for Economics I

3

I OR II

ECON 1005

Introduction to Statistics

3

I

ACCT 1002

Introduction to Financial Accounting

3

I OR II

PSYC 1001

Introduction to Psychology

3

I

FOUN 1101

Caribbean Civilization

3

I OR II

FOUN 1210

Science, Medicine, and Technology in Society

3

I OR II

EITHER

FOUN 1001

OR

FOUN 1106

 

English for Academic Purposes OR

Academic English for Research Purposes

 

3

 

3

I OR II

 

 

I

EITHER

MGMT 1001

OR

SOCI 1002

 

Introduction to Management OR

Introduction to Sociology I

 

3

 

3

 

I OR II

 

I

Note: All courses are compulsory. There are no electives. Total Credits: 30 each year.

 

YEAR 2 (LEVEL II)

Compulsory Courses

Course Title

Number of Credits

Semester

MGMT 2006

Management Information Systems I

3

I OR II

MGMT 2008

Organisational Behaviour

3

I OR II

MGMT 2023

Financial Management I

3

I OR II

MGMT 2012

Quantitative Methods

3

I

MKTG 2001

Principles of Marketing

3

I OR II

PLUS: Five (5) additional Level II/III courses to be selected

Total : 30 credits

 

YEAR 3 (LEVEL III)

Compulsory Courses

Course Title

Number of Credits

Semester

MGMT 3017

Human Resource Management

3

I

MGMT 3018

Industrial Relations

3

II

MGMT 3022

Organisational Development

3

II

MGMT 3024

Business Communication

3

I OR II

MGMT 3025

Human Resource Development

3

II

MGMT 3031

Business Strategy & Policy

3

I OR II

MGMT 3032

Entrepreneurial Studies

3

II

MGMT 3035

Ethics in Business

3

I OR II

MGMT 3062

Compensation Management

3

II

MGMT 3311

Occupational Safety & Health Management

3

I

Total : 30 credits 

Before you choose your courses, verify that a Course is being offered: Some of the courses listed may not be offered in a given academic year.

To view the undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Management Studies, please refer to the Faculty of Social Sciences' Undergraduate Handbook

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