This course is designed to enhance and upgrade the learners’ general and human resource management knowledge, skills and aptitude by giving them the key inputs in the concerned areas through interactive lectures, case discussions workshops, roleplays and self-learning exercises. The programme is delivered on a full time basis mode in each key area with the help of student centred learning approach. The whole programme is highly interactive and it is expected to enrich the students’ knowledge in key managerial areas; sharpen their managerial skills; and enhance their professional competence in today’s highly dynamic business environment.
HR is a key component of any organization’s senior management team. Though the human resources department is widely known for conducting interviews, explaining company benefits, managing employee relations, providing career development advice and helping hiring managers with performance and productivity expectations, the profession has a much larger role in business today. Hence students who complete the BA in Management with HRM can aspire to work as talent specialists, training and development executives, employee performance managers, HR administrators and HR managers amongst many other vacancies in the HR department that may arise.
Global College Malta is licensed by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) as a Higher Education institution. All courses provided by Global Malta are accredited and/or recognised and thus mapped to the MQF/EQF respectively.
6 – (European/ Malta Qualifications Framework)
To be awarded the BA in Management with Human Resources Management, students are required to achieve 180 ECTS, successfully completing all the modules
|BAM 101||Foundations of Management||15|
|BAM 103||Accountancy & Finance||15|
|BAM 104||Quantitative Methods & Research||15|
|BAM 201||Organisational Behaviour/and HRM||15|
|BAM 202||Employee Development||15|
|BAM 203||Strategic Management||15|
|BAM 204||Cognitive Psychology||15|
|BAM 301||International Management||15|
|BAM 302||International HRM||15|
|BAM 303||Research Methods||10|
Assessment on the course is designed to be an integral part of the learning process for students and to enhance and confirm their knowledge skills and competences. In addition, the development of research and academic skills plays an integral part of the assessment strategy and practice.
Formative feedback will be provided to students through a combination of self-reflection, peer group and tutor feedback.
Summative assessments will provide a measure of the extent to which students have achieved the learning outcomes of the modules.
Assessment within the modules will take various forms including coursework assignments, reports, presentations, examinations and the dissertation. Full details of the assessment procedures for each module are shown in the individual module specification.
Throughout the course, students, as part of their personal development, will be offered ample opportunities to improve their transferable skills. In addition, students will also develop their research skills.
All modules, with the exception of the Dissertation, will be assessed by a combination of summative/end-of-module written papers and formative/continuous assessment (up to 50%).
Continuous assessment will be undertaken via a combination of teaching and learning approaches including:
Students will be provided with oral and written feedback on continuous assessment and, where applicable, strategies implemented to ensure that they are fully prepared for the end of the course assessments.
All students will have access to EBSCO, the world’s largest online library, Moodle for class notes and Turnitin for the upload of assignments.
For further information get in touch with a representative of Global College Malta.
*This course is eligible for the Get Qualified Scheme. Students can get 70% of their tuition fees back upon successful completion of this course.
Monthly discounts are available, please contact one of our student recruitment staff members to learn more.