Program Overview

A strong and successful organization is only as good as its people, and human resource management (HRM) plays a strategically significant role in ensuring that an organization has the right people for success. With an education from MENA College of Management, you'll be responsible for making that happen.


If you are working in Human Resources and want to enhance and strengthen your skills, or if you are planning to move into an HR role, this program will help you become a competent and efficient Human Resources team member.


The Human Resource Management program at MENA College of Management equips students with the ability to examine how companies operate, as well as the importance of human resource management and how it relates to the effectiveness within an organization.


No matter what field our graduates enter, studying human resource management prepares students for a wide range of jobs and positions. Effective leadership of human resources requires an understanding of strategy, law, and procedures, as well as an understanding of appropriate reactions to individual values, personality, experiences, perceptions, emotions, and attitudes. It also requires an understanding of the potential dilemmas likely to arise during policy formation and implementation and during times of organizational change.

 

Why to study Human Resource Management?

Human Resource Management professionals are needed in any company: either big or small, private or public, for-profit or non-profit organizations. Graduates from this program are equipped to administer human resource functions within various UAE and international business and public sector environments.
The program offered by MCM allows students to effectively manage the human resources functions at any organization.


No matter what field our graduates enter, studying human resource management prepares students for a wide range of jobs and positions. Effective leadership of human resources requires an understanding of strategy, law and procedures, as well as an understanding of appropriate reactions to individual values, personality, experiences, perceptions, emotions, and attitudes. It also requires an understanding of the potential dilemmas likely to arise during policy formation and implementation and during times of organizational change.


The program offered by MCM allows students to effectively manage the human resources functions at any organization.


Prospective workplaces:

  • Business consulting companies
  • Insurance companies
  • Family businesses
  •  Professional firms
  • Government departments/agencies and regulatory authorities


Career opportunities:

  • HR Manager
  •  Career advisor
  • Recruitment consultant
  • Human resource officer
  • Office manager
  • Occupational psychologist
  • Business advisor
  • Management consultant
  • Lecturer or professor
  • Training and development officer
  • Risk Manager

 

Learning Outcomes

Graduates from the HRM program will be ready to perform all human resources functions within the business environment. Demonstrating skills and competencies such as the ability to communicate effectively, collaborate with others, and display initiative and perseverance, graduates will possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be a key person within the organization.

After completing this program, the graduate can:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in fundamental human resources theories and concepts and how they apply to real-world situations.
  2. Formulate human resources policies and practices that help promote the organization’s strategic goals.
  3. Use strategic decision-making to resolve human resource challenges and make effective business decisions.
  4. Employ statistical and computational tools to analyze complex questions and business problems and reach defensible conclusions.
  5. Develop an understanding of the challenges of human resources management and successfully manage and resolve conflict.
  6. Assume leadership positions in different organizations and manage many types of people and groups.
  7. Evaluate legal and ethical issues as they apply to human resource management locally and globally.
  8. Understand and engage in research utilizing sound methods learned to add value to his work and the community
  9. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning by participation in professional development activities.

 

Program Structure

A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management is awarded to students who complete 126 credit hours / 42 courses:

CoursesCredit hours
College Requirements 30 credit hours
Business Core 33 credit hours
HRM Core 18 credit hours
Human Resource Management Requirements 36 credit hours
Human Resource Management Electives 9 credit hours

 

Program Coordinator

Dr. James Ryan Reblando
Assistant Professor
Doctor of Management /University of the Visayas, Philippines/2004 - Business Management
Master in Nursing/University of Cagayan De Oro, Philippines/2007 - Nurse Administration Service


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