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Bachelor of Human Resource Management

To produce competent professionals grounded in business and with specific HR domain knowledge.

Bachelor of Human Resource Management


Overview

This Human Resource Management (HRM) degree is the only one offered by a national university developed by practitioners and academics with consultation from industry. Designed and developed by practitioners and academics, the Bachelor of Human Resource Management combines essential topics in social science, business and human resource functions. The programme aims to produce competent professionals grounded in business and with specific HR domain knowledge.

The human resource (HR) profession has been identified by the government as a key strategic pillar for driving and building a future-ready workforce in Singapore. HR is seeing a shift in roles and responsibilities as it becomes even more strategic to businesses. Graduates can look forward to a rewarding career as a human resource generalist or specialist.

You may pursue Human Resource Management as a single subject or in combination with a Military Studies or a Security Studies Minor.

Refer to Minor Courses for more details.

Admission Requirements

Refer to general admission criteria for undergraduate programmes.

Interviews will be conducted for some shortlisted applicants to assess their suitability in terms of their motivation and ability to complete the programme.

Financial Assistance

There are also various types of financial aid available to students who need financial assistance. Please click here for more details.

Programme Structure

Bachelor of Human Resource Management
Students are required to complete a total of 130 credit units ( cu) to graduate with a basic degree, inclusive of 10 cu of SUSS core courses.

The breakdown of the cu to be completed is:

  • 100 cu of Major Core Courses
  • 10 cu of S R Nathan School of Human Development Core courses
  • 10 cu of Major Elective Course
  • 10 cu of SUSS Core Courses

Bachelor of Human Resource Management with Minor
Students are required to complete a total of 130 credit units ( cu) to graduate with a basic degree, inclusive of 10 cu of university core courses.

The breakdown of the cu to be completed is:

  • 80 cu of Major courses
  • 40 cu of Minor courses (Military Studies or Security Studies)
  • 10 cu of SUSS Core Courses
Module Types
SUSS CORE COMPULSORY
10 Credit Units
COMPULSORY
110 Credit Units

BHRM Students prior to Jan 2016 intake is to complete only 100 Credit Units of Compulsory courses.

ELECTIVE
10 Credit Units

BHRM Students prior to Jan 2016 intake is to complete 20 Credit Units of Electives courses.

The BHRM programme aims to produce HRM professionals who can contribute to the strategic objectives of their organisations, and who are able to deliver key HR functions such as compensation and benefits, training and development.
BHRM graduates will be able to deliver and perform effectively in a variety of organisations, from start-ups to multi-nationals, not-for-profit to government organisations, as well as local and global companies.
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