With the mission of creating people who can gather and engage members to create power, Human Resource Management division will equip students:

    Knowledge of the environment, market and customers: Understanding and analyzing business environment factors, especially dynamic business environment factors in the context of international economic integration. Analyze market factors, consumer needs and understand customer.

    Knowledge of organization functions and information management: Understanding the organizational structure and key functions in a business organization; Ability to collect, analyze, process and manage information systems that support decision making in organizations.

    Knowledge of accounting and financial system: Understand accounting principles, financial accounting mechanisms in enterprises; Understanding the market, institutions, and financial instruments.

    Knowledge of people and the role of human resource management in the organization, including:

    - Knowledge of the function for ensuring human resources: Assessing the needs and building human resource program to meet the strategy to ensure human resource needs and the availability of high quality labor forces for organizations; Develop a job description, a standard version of the job; Work design is consistent with actual characteristics of people and organizations; Provide the most appropriate people for the organization's work.

    - Knowledge of the function of maintaining human resources: Designing and implementing effective achievement management to help individuals constantly improve their achievements and enforce the organization's strategy; Design reasonable and fair remuneration system; apply and implement effective and motivational remuneration management; Creating positive labor relations in the organization; Create a quality and motivational working environment; create attachment, loyalty to the organization.

    - Knowledge of human resource development functions: Designing and implementing training activities in organizations; create learning organizations and promote learning in organizations; design and implement knowledge management, talent management, personal development, career management.

    - Knowledge of methods for detecting problems of human resource management.

    Basic skills:

    - Communication skills: Prepare good reports and plans; presentation and persuasion ability; ability to listen to support, share information with others.

    - Teamwork skills: Ability to perform group tasks such as sketching, control, orientation or relationships to build relationships such as cohesion, motivation, empathy and sharing.

    - Computer skills: Using proficient information technology tools, popular and specialized software to serve professional development.

    - Foreign language skills: Ability to communicate and work in foreign languages ​​with English level equivalent to level B1 - European Framework; TOEIT 500; French DELF A2 or equivalent foreign language certificate.

    Job skill:

    - Lifelong learning skills: Use methods to enhance effective learning. Build learning motivation. Applying techniques to help learning are taking place anytime, anywhere

    - Skills of organizing and implementing human resource management activities, including:

    + Creative thinking: Know the techniques to identify problems and outline different options by using a variety of techniques; have a habit of thinking many aspects of the problem in different contexts; ability to draft, propose two or more options to solve problems in most cases in practice.

    + Critical thinking: Identify evidence through observation; identify correlations of the elements of the problem; assess standards for rational decisions; use techniques and methods to form correct views; establish methodological approach to understand new issues.

    + Organizational skills: Planning workforce management in a systematic way and consistent with the planning cycle of the organization. Establish specific work goals for employees that match the organization's common goals.

    + Stress management skills: Knowing and recognizing self-characteristics; know how to manage stress, manage time.

    + Human comprehension skills: Quickly access and understand essential personal characteristics such as personal values ​​and perspectives, characterizing the cultural values ​​of interactions; sensitive and accepting differences in individuals and multicultural factors.