Master of Science in HR-Management
The most common type of degree available at the graduate level is a Master of Human Resource Management, though many Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs also offer human resource management as an area of concentration. Students in Human Resources (HR) management programs examine advanced management principles, hiring strategies, employee training practices, payroll processing, and other business practices necessary for managing large and small businesses. A graduate degree in HR management is critical, as many organizations will not consider applicants without an advanced degree. Courses in a Master Degree in HR Management program combine human relations skills, core business practices, and a series of electives. Common courses include:
– Strategic staffing
– Human resource management and planning
– Training and development
– Business culture and entrepreneurship
– Managerial applications of information technology
– Legal and ethical aspects of business
- A semester is a sixteen weeks of continuous studies.
- As per HEC requirement, fifty minutes of class lecture or 100 minutes of supervised lab work done during sixteen weeks of a semester is called a credit hour.
- Grade Point Average (GPA) is a number that indicates a student’s average grade.
- Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the overall GPA earned by the student during the entire tenure of studies. Bachelors (Hons) students are required to obtain a CGPA of 2.0 to graduate.
- The total number of 40 to 42 courses with a total of 132 credit hours are required to complete a 4-year Bachelor degree program. Additionally, 6 to 12 credit hours of project work is required.
- Students have to repeat courses with lower GPA to reach a CGPA of 2.0.
- There are two exams conducted during each semester: mid-term and final-term.
- No supplementary tests are conducted. Students failing in a subject are required to repeat the entire course.
- Students found guilty of cheating are fined Rs. 10,000 and are required to repeat the course.
- Student can freeze their semesters by submitting an application to the Director of Student Affairs. A maximum of three semesters can be frozen.
- Students must report back within the given time failing which their admission will be cancelled.
- The fee to freeze a semester is Rs. 2,500.
- Fee deposited for a particular semester cannot be ‘carry-forward’ for another semester even if the student opts to use the freeze option.
- Events Management
- HR Management
- Management Consultancy
- Public Relations
- Small Businesses
- Transport and Logistics
- Travel and Tourism