Human Resources Management

Course Code: 120206

The Objective

The Course of HRM is designed to cultivate students with the theories and practices, skills and ethics, regulations and operations in the area of HRM and develop students’ potentials and develop students to be a professional HR manager.

Knowledge, Skills and Capabilities

Students who complete the Course will be able to understand and appreciate theories and latest developments of HRM, design and apply a four-dimension HRM management model of "accomplishment, occupation, management and skills", and be familiar with and implement the code of conduct of HRM.


The Course contains theories, practices, technologies, skills, and regulations of human resources management. The Course is of 4-year duration.


First Year: Introduction to Management, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Mathematics, Marketing, Human Resource Management

Second Year: Organizational Behavior, Communication in Management, Accounting, Job Analysis and Evaluation, Labor Economics, Operational Management, Human Resources Statistics

Third Year: Recruitment and Training, Information System Management, Personnel Qualities Assessment, Labor (Industrial) Regulations, Staff Training Management, Performance Evaluation and Management, Salary Design Management, Social Security Benefits Management, Human Resources Planning, Applied Psychology, HRM Simulation  

Fourth Year: Professional Practice, Graduation Practice, and Graduation Thesis


The Course is delivered in lectures, tutorials, workshops, and practicum laboratories in the first 3 years on-campus and internship in the fourth year in companies off-campus or abroad.   


The Course will be assessed by progressive learning tasks, final examination and graduation thesis/dissertation.


Bachelor of Management is awarded to those who meet the requirements of graduation.

Career Prospects 

Graduates could seek a career in government HR management departments,  HR teaching and research institutions, HR recruitment companies, HRM departments in companies, and HR consulting industry, and HRM training organisations. 

Faculty of Social and Public Management