Certificate course in Human Resource ManagementChrist University
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- 45 hours of class
Certificate course in Human Resource Management
1. Critically interpret the conceptual issues, policies, and practices relating to the functions of human resource management (HRM) in a global and competitive business environment.
2. Analyze the planning, staffing, appraising, compensating, and training functions of HRM with Global Perspective.
3. Apply the concepts of HRM to problems confronting managers and their organizations.
4. Analyze current research findings in the area of human resource management.
The course will be conducted on a participative basis consisting of case discussion, student presentations, and in-class exercises along with lecture method. Students will be responsible for understanding the contents of materials assigned for reading and discussed in class. The case discussions will expand upon the assigned readings, focusing among other things, on relevant international research findings and applications. The cases describe actual human resource management situations. Students will be expected to analyze the cases in advance and then participate in discussing them in class. Students will be encouraged to actively participate in class discussion.