B.Sc. Human Resource Management

Programme Duration : 4 years


The Department of Human Resource Management of Elizade University, started its academic programme in 2013 as one of the first full fledge Department of Human Resource Management accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC). Human resources are the most dynamic and complex resource in any organisation and they need to be effectively managed. The department was established to produce experts and professionals who will understand the complexities involved in employment/work relationship and to equip the students to build a prospective career in HRM. As such, the programme is designed to provide a standard, broad based and good foundation in HRM as well as to adequately prepare the students to confront and manage challenges of employer-employee relationship. The curriculum has been designed taking into consideration the latest development in the field of Human Resource Management both in theory and practice. The department signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) in 2018. As a result, graduates of this department are exempted to write only the final stage of CIPM exam and therefore will be inducted as Chartered Personnel Managers.


Objectives
1. To equip students with a better knowledge and information about the practice and management of people at work in Nigeria’s socio-economic system. 2. To provide students with practical exposure to contemporary issues in the field that will enable them utilize the knowledge gained towards an improved understanding of the interface between the employment relationship and the parties involved. 3. To provide the students with basic analytical skills and field experience necessary for recognizing, defining and solving problems as well as training in decision-making; 4. To prepare the students for career in all sectors of the Nigerian economy and develop leadership and interpersonal relations skills in managing people; and 5. To ensure that undergraduates who want to pursue advanced research and/or become certified professionals in the field of human resource management or related fields are adequately prepared.


Philosophy
Work remains a central feature of human life and societal development. This is to the extent that society depends on the productive activities of those involved in different sectors of the economy for needed goods and services. The underlying philosophy, therefore, is the need to produce experts who understand the complexities involved in work/employment relationship with a view to appreciate the contending orientations and attitudes of the parties involved. As such, the programme is designed to provide a standard, broad based and good foundation in human resource management as well as adequately equip the students to build a prospective career and confront challenges of employer-employee relationship. The students after graduation will be better assets to themselves and the different places of employment at the same time, becoming professionals will be easy as the courses would have taken care of required courses for many of the qualifying exams. The internationalization of production systems and work relations make it more compelling for those who are saddled with the responsibility of managing the employment relationship to be well grounded in the contending issues and developments affecting the world of work both nationally and globally.


Admission Requirements
A. Admission Requirements for the Four-Year Programme Candidates for admission into the four-year degree programme in Human Resource Management should: (i) Possess the Senior Secondary School Certificate either by WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or their equivalents with at least five credit passes, at not more than two sittings including Mathematics, English Language and Economics, plus any two Social Science subjects. (ii) In addition, candidates must have acceptable passes in UTME. The UTME subjects must be in the following: English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject. B. Admission Requirements for the Three-Year Programme (Direct Entry) Candidates for Direct Entry admission shall possess five credits, in GCE, SSCE, WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, or their equivalents, of which at least two shall be at Advanced Level/Diploma provided that such passes are not counted at both levels of the examination. For emphasis, credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and Economics are required.


Course Outline

SN Course Code Title Unit Level Semester
1 GST 114 Philosophy, Logic and Issues in Science of Human Existence 1 100 Second Learn More
2 ACF 101 Introduction to Accounting and Finance 3 100 First Learn More
3 GST 118 Basic Communication in French 1 100 Second Learn More
4 FSM 102 Introduction to Statistics 3 100 Second Learn More
5 BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 100 First Learn More
6 IRS 105 Introduction to Political Science 2 100 First Learn More
7 GST 111 Citizenship and Human Kinetics Education 1 100 First Learn More
8 GST 109 Use of Library, Study Skills and I C T 1 100 First Learn More
9 ECN 101 Principles of Economics I 3 100 First Learn More
10 BUS 102 Elements of Management 3 100 Second Learn More
11 GST 102 Communication in English II 2 100 Second Learn More
12 ACN 102 Introduction to Accounting and Financial Reporting II 3 100 Second Learn More
13 GST 101 Communication in English I 2 100 First Learn More
14 GST 210 Introduction to Musicology 1 100 Second Learn More
15 ECN 102 Principles of Economics II 3 100 Second Learn More
16 FSM 101 Maths for Social and Management Sciences 3 100 First Learn More
17 HRM 101 Foundation of Human Resource Management 3 100 First Learn More
18 HRM 102 Elements of Human Resource Management 3 100 Second Learn More
19 HRM 201 Formal Organisations 3 200 First Learn More
20 GST 205 Nigerian Peoples and Cultures 1 200 First Learn More
21 HRM 214 Elements of Human Relations 3 200 Second Learn More
22 GST 215 Entrepreneurship I 2 200 First Learn More
23 ACF 205 Corporate Finance 3 200 First Learn More
24 HRM 206 Sociology of Work 2 200 Second Learn More
25 BST 202 Business Statistics 3 200 Second Learn More
26 HRM 205 Recruitment, Selection and Placement 3 200 First Learn More
27 MSS 201 Business Mathematics 3 200 First Learn More
28 GST 206 Environment and Sustainable Development 1 200 Second Learn More
29 HRM 211 Nigerian Legal System 2 200 First Learn More
30 GST 208 Peace and Conflict Resolution 1 200 Second Learn More
31 HRM 209 Computer Application and Management Information System 2 200 First Learn More
32 HRM 203 Human Resource Development 3 200 First Learn More
33 HRM 204 Principles of Management 3 200 Second Learn More
34 HRM 212 Communication Skills 2 200 Second Learn More
35 HRM 210 Insurance and Pensions Management 2 200 Second Learn More
36 HRM 208 Introduction to Psychology 3 200 Second Learn More
37 HRM 202 Foundation of Industrial Relations 3 200 Second Learn More
38 GST 216 Entrepreneurship II 2 200 Second Learn More
39 HRM 318 Intermediate Microeconomics 2 300 Second Learn More
40 HRM 311 Labour Economics 3 300 First Learn More
41 HRM 316 Mentoring and Coaching 2 300 Second Learn More
42 HRM 314 Research Methods in HRM 3 300 Second Learn More
43 HRM 303 Organisational Behaviour 3 300 First Learn More
44 HRM 302 Collective Bargaining 3 300 Second Learn More
45 HRM 312 Comparative Human Resource Management 2 300 Second Learn More
46 HRM 301 Human Resource Planning 3 300 First Learn More
47 HRM 304 Separation in Employment Relations 3 300 Second Learn More
48 HRM 315 Operation Research 2 300 First Learn More
49 HRM 305 Employee Motivation, Leadership & Productivity 3 300 First Learn More
50 HRM 310 Practicum/ Internship 4 300 Second Learn More
51 HRM 309 Conflict Management 3 300 First Learn More
52 HRM 313 Women Participation in Labour Force 3 300 First Learn More
53 HRM 307 Labour and Employment Law 3 300 First Learn More
54 HRM 308 International Labour Institutions 2 300 Second Learn More
55 HRM 306 Human Resource Information System 3 300 Second Learn More
56 BUS 311 Business Law 3 300 First Learn More
57 HRM 411 Reward and Compensation Management 3 400 First Learn More
58 HRM 412 Labour Administration in Nigeria 3 400 Second Learn More
59 HRM 406 Competency and Performance Management 3 400 Second Learn More
60 HRM 405 Trade Unions and Employers Association 3 400 First Learn More
61 HRM 415 Applied Human Resource Management 3 400 First Learn More
62 HRM 410 International Human Resource Management 3 400 Second Learn More
63 HRM 404 Contemporary Issues in HRM 3 400 Second Learn More
64 HRM 403 Public Policy and Employment Relations 3 400 First Learn More
65 HRM 407 Organisation Development 3 400 First Learn More
66 HRM 401 Industrial Relations Theories 3 400 First Learn More
67 HRM 400 Long Essay 6 400 Second Learn More
68 HRM 413 Occupational Safety and Health 3 400 First Learn More
69 HRM 402 Industrial Psychology 3 400 Second Learn More
70 HRM 409 Labour Market Analysis 3 400 First Learn More
71 HRM 408 Diversity Management in Workplace 3 400 Second Learn More