Faculty Business

Human Resources Management

Program Title /concentration (If any) Bachelor of Business Administration concentration in Human Resource Management
Total Credit Hours needed for completion of the program 126
Award (S) Granted On Completion Of The Program Bachelor Degree in Business Administration: concentration in Human Resource Management

Program Mission

In support of ECT‟s mission to provide top quality teaching, research, and community services to its stakeholders, the HRM program strives to provide students with competitive and up-to-date curriculum focusing on optimizing human resource practices such as recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management, compensation and benefits, labor relations and occupational safety and health which are eminent in producing qualified HR professionals.

Program Goals

  • Develop the student’s decision making skills, especially to human resources related issues, with regard to legal and ethical standards.
  • Promote student’s awareness about the importance of employee’s professional development at the workplace.
  • Help the graduates understand the importance of human resources as a valuable asset in the organization.
  • Help the graduates understand the impact of the organizational strategy on human resource strategic plan.
  • Develop the graduates understanding of the influence of the work environment on the employees‟ performance.
  • Enable the graduates to articulate specific expectations for employee’s performance and responsibilities.

Core Program learning outcomes

  • Demonstrate proficiency in the fundamental business principles and practices that enables firms to operate in both domestic and global environments.
  • Understand human behavior in organizations, including the ability to lead and work in a team setting.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze complex, unstructured qualitative and quantitative business problems, using appropriate tools and technology.
  • Employ critical thinking and analytical skills to solve business problems in a real-world context and make effective business decisions.
  • Develop a business model with sustainable competitive advantage and an appropriate strategic plan.
  • Conduct basic research using scholarly sources to acquire new knowledge in the business domain.

Major Program learning outcomes

  • Design human resources policies and practices that comply with the labor and employment legislation and regulations.
  • Assess the organization’s needs in terms of training and recruitment and suggest plans for improvement.
  • Understand and apply rules and regulations concerning health and safety issues in the workplace.
  • Develop a performance management system that enhances the effectiveness of the rewarding system.

Accredited by Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration Concentration in Human Resource Management (2018/2019)- Study Plan

Semester 1 CH Semester 2 CH
ENG 100 English I 3 HRM 201 , Introduction to Human Resource Management 3
MTH 100 College Mathematics 3 ENG 104 English II 3
GEN 102 Islamic Culture 3 GEN 104 Man & Environment 3
BIT 100 Introduction to Information Technology Skills 3 ACC 106 Accounting Principles I 3
BUS 100 Introduction to Management 3 BUS 201 Microeconomics 3
ENG 103 Study Skills 3 Introduction t
Total 15 18 Total 15 15
ACC 200 Accounting Principles II 3 BUS 306 Quantitative Business Analysis 3
ENG 200 Business Communications 3 BAF 301 Introduction to Financial Management 3
BUS 203 Organizational Behavior 3 GEN 301 Professional Ethics 3
MTH 203 Business Statistics 3 GEN 201 General Psychology 3
MKT 200 Introduction to Marketing 3 BIT 203 Management Information Systems 3
BUS 301 Macroeconomics 3
Total 18 Total 15
HRM 303 Training and development 3 BUS311 Cross-Cultural Management 3
GEN 302 ,,, Fundamentals of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3 BUS305 Business Law 3
BUS 307 Research Methods 3 HRM 401 Compensation 3
BUS 309 Operations Management 3 HRM 403 Occupational Health and Safety 3
BUS HRM301 Recruitment and Selection 3 Free Elective 3
Major Elective 1 3
Total 15 Total 18
HRM410 Strategic Human Resources Management 3 HRM 407 Performance Management 3
BUS 409 Strategic Management 3 BUS 417 International Business Management 3
HRM 409 Labour relations 3 HRM 415 Graduation Project 3
BUS 411 Change management 3 BUS 413 Leadership 3
Major Elective 2 3
Total 15 Total 12

Employability Scope

Throughout your Bachelor Degree Programs, you will receive career guidance from our expert staff and Students Affairs Dept. You will gain valuable new skills which prepare you for work, graduate entry into management training programs, or further study.

Professional Occupations

Professional occupations for which graduates are prepared in the program:

  • Job Analyst
  • Recruitment Officer
  • Human Resource Planning Officer
  • Training and Development Officer
  • The administrator of Employees Relations and Contracts
  • Supervisor for Career Development
  • Compensation and Work Legislation Officer
High School type Acceptance Average Subject score @ HS Foundation
General Track Direct 60% No
Advanced Track Direct 60% No
ADEC Track Direct 60% No
Industrial Technical Commercial Direct 65% No
British System GCSE/IGCSE (O-Level, As & A Levels) Direct 5 Subjects O-Level with a grade C or above including math, physics/biology and chemistry, Plus 2 Subjects AS Level with a grade of C or above, in mathematics plus biology/physics/chemistry. No
Indian Board Pakistani Board American H.S. International High School General Direct 60% No
Advanced Direct 60% No
IB Diploma Direct 24 points or above including 6 Subjects with a minimum of 2 at Higher Level including mathematics No