Programme Description

Business organizations are reliant on people and, whichever career you choose, you will need to make sense of the behaviours of others in your workplace to get the maximum results from them. The BBA in Human Resource Management (HRM) provides you the opportunity to specialize in the human dimension of business and management. Since employees are considered the asset of organization and it is important to learn how to lead and manage them effectively. The programme thus allows you to study the complexity of human leadership and provides immensely exciting, rich and interdisciplinary area of knowledge for performance management. Also, the core business and management foundation provided across all our specializations, you will study modules on topics like HRM, organizational behavior, quality management and marketing management. The Human Resource Management specialization therefore will not only prepare you for a career in HRM, but will also equip you with the essential people-focused foundation for other managerial and non-managerial careers.

Programme Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the programme, students shall be able to:

v  Secure a career in Human Resource Management in both public and private institutions

v  Equip with the competencies to manage employees performance

v  Develop  the skills for recruitments and selection of best candidates for job

v  Enhance the capabilities for developing succession plans and work force planning

v  To Equip students with knowledge in international human resource practices

v  Build the skills for Effective human relation management  

 

Programme Structure

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Level 100 first trimester

BCC 101

Communication Skills

4

BCC 103

Introduction to Computer Application

4

BCC 105

Introduction to Psychology

4

Level 100 second trimester

BCC 102

Business Statistics

4

BCC 104

Principles of Leadership

4

BCC 106

Scholarly Writing

4

Level 100 third trimester

BCC 107

Quantitative Methods

4

BCC 109

Political and Social Development of West Africa

4

BCC 111

Principles of Microeconomics

4

Level 200 first trimester

BCC 201

Business Law

4

BCC 203

Principles of Management

4

BCC 205

Business Finance

4

Level 200 second trimester

BCC 202

Principle of Macroeconomics

4

BCC 204

Principles of Marketing

4

BCC 206

Organisational Behaviour

4

Level 200 third trimester

BCC 207

Principles of Accounting

4

BCC 209

Management Information System

4

BCC 211

Managerial Economics

 

4

Level 300 first trimester

BCC 301

Research Methods

 

4

BCC 303

Company and Partnership Law

 

4

BCC 305

Entrepreneurship and Business Planning

4

Level 300 second trimester

BHC 304

Human Resource Management

4

BMC 306

Operations Management

4

BCC 308

Business Policy and Strategy

4

Level 300 third trimester

BHC 401

Records  and Documentation

4

BHC 403

Workforce Planning

4

BHC 405

Compensation and Performance Management System

4

Level 400 first trimester

BHC 402

 Training and Development

4

BHC 404

Labour Law & Industrial relation

4

BHC 406

Emotional Intelligence at the Workplace

4

Level 400 Second Semester

BHC407

Human Resource Information System

4

BHC409

International Human Resource Management

4

Level 400 Third trimester

BCC 410

 Project work (Field Practice)

6

Total Credit hours

128


Grading System

Grade

Marks (%)

Interpretation

Grade Point

A

80 -100

Excellent

4.00

A-

70 - 79

Very Good

3.50

B+

60 - 69

Good

3.00

B

50 - 59

Credit

2.50

C

40 - 49

Marginal Pass

1.50

D

30 - 39

Fail

1.00

F

0 - 29

Fail

0.50

Z

 

Disqualified

 

IC

 

Incomplete

 

 

Pass Grades:

Grades AA-B+,  and B constitutes pass grades.

 

Failure Grades:

Grades CDF, and Z constitutes failure grades.

 

Progression and Graduation

·       To progress from semester to semester, a student is required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 1.50

·      A student shall be allowed to repeat a course until he/she has passed the paper so far as she is within the GPA of not less than 1.50.

·     Courses designated as pre-requisites to more advanced courses must be passed before the latter courses are offered.

·    A student, after successful completion of a semester can, upon written application giving reasons and after approval has been granted defer and continue in the appropriate semester.

·    Students shall also participate in live virtual streaming lectures and virtual classrooms and where necessary avail themselves on campus for the face to face intermittent programmes

·      Must fulfill four times mandatory visit to the university within the period of study

·     Students shall pass a minimum of 120 course credits  to be eligible for graduation for level 100 entry

·     Students shall pass a minimum of 96 course credits  to be eligible for graduation for level 200 entry

·     Students shall pass a minimum of  72 course credits to be eligible for graduation for level 300 entry

 

Summary of Graduation Requirements

Programme Requirements

Credit Hours (Normative 4 year)

Advance Standing 1

Advance Standing 2

General Education

24

12

12

Professional Core

40

32

8

Beyond the Core

12

12

12

Elective

40

40

40

Project Work

6

6

6

Maximum Credit Allowed

128

102

78

Major

40

40

40

Minor

Optional

optional

Optional

Minimum Credit Pass for graduation

120

96

72

 

NB      Advance standing 1 represent students who enters at level 200

Advance standing 2 represent students who enters at level 300