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  • PROGRAM SPECIFICATION - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    DANANG UNIVERSITY

    SOCIAL REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM

    UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS

    Independence - Freedom - Happiness


    PROGRAM SPECIFICATION

    Training level

    :

    UNIVERSITY

    Program

    :

    HUMAN RESOURCE

    Code

    :

    52 34 04 04

    Program name

    :

    HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    Program code

    :

    52 34 04 04 01

    Type of training

    :

    Full time

    Form of training

    :

    Mass training program

    1. Training objectives

    1.1. Overall objectives

    Training in Bachelors of Human Resource Management who master general knowledge about human resource management, understand people and organizations, be able to detect problems of human resources in the organization and potentially design and implement human resource management functions is to ensure, maintain and develop human resources independently and effectively, contributing to the implementation of the strategy and creating competitive advantage through the source human resources for the organization; have professional ethics; have skills in information, foreign languages and business communication to adapt to the rapid change of the business environment and the ability necessary for lifelong learning goals.

    1.2. Program learning outcomes

    Students graduated from Human Resource Management program will have the ability to:

    1.2.1. Knowledge

    General knowledge

    1.3. Job opportunities

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    PLO

    The standard output names for basic knowledge

    1

    PLO1

    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-oriented philosophy in business.

    2

    PLO2

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

    3

    PLO3

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

    Professional knowledge

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    PLO

    The standard output names for basic knowledge

    1

    PLO4

    Knowledge of people and the role of human resource management in organizations

    2

    PLO5

    Knowledge of the function of ensuring human resources: Assessing the needs, supplies of human resources and building a human resource program to meet the strategies to ensure the needs of human resources and the availability of high quality human resources for organization; Develop a job description, a standardized 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

    3

    PLO6

    Knowledge of human resource retention functions: Designing and implementing effective achievement management to help individuals constantly improve their achievements and enforce the organization's strategies; Designing reasonable and fair remuneration system; applying and implementing effective and motivational remuneration management; Creating positive labor relations in the organization; Creating a quality and motivational working environment; creating cohesion, loyalty to the organization.

    4

    PLO7

    Knowledge of human resource development functions: Designing and implementing training activities in organizations; creating learning organizations and promoting learning in organizations; designing and implementing knowledge management, talent management, personal development, career management

    5

    PLO8

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

    1.2.2. Skills

    Basic skills

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    PLO

    The standard output names for basic skill

    1

    PLO9

    Communication skills: Preparing reports and plans in the right work; presentation and persuasion ability; ability to listen to support, share information with others

    2

    PLO10

    Teamwork skills: Ability to perform group work such as sketching, control, orientation or building relationships such as cohesion, motivation, empathy, sharing

    3

    PLO11

    Fluency in information technology tools, popular and specialized software to serve career development. Meet the standards of advanced IT use skills according to the regulations of the Ministry of Information and Communications.

    4

    PLO12

    Can communicate and solve work in international environment with English level of IELTS 4.5 (or equivalent) and above..

     Professional skills

    TT

    PLO

    The standard output names for basic skill

    1

    PLO13

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

    2

    PLO14

    Organizational skills and deployment of human resource management activities:

    - 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 acknowledging self-characteristics; know how to manage stress, manage time

    3

    PLO15

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

    1.2.3. Attitude and behavior

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    PLO

    The standard output names for basic attitude and behavior

    1

    PLO16

    Compliance with legal regulations and appropriate behavior: Demonstrating behaviors and decisions in accordance with the requirements of the law and the general standards of society

    Participate in community activities and implement social responsibilities. Specifically, students must achieve at least 50 extracurricular activities as prescribed by the University of Economics.

    2

    PLO17

    Respect for individuals: Understand and accept differences between individuals; be sociable with colleagues; respect for superiors, subordinates, colleagues, partners, customers

    3

    PLO18

    Responsibility: Have the spirit to perform job responsibilities, high commitment in work, always be conscious of completing the tasks according to the task, always be conscious of improving the efficiency and quality of work

    4

    PLO19

    Integrity: promote truth, transparency and no deceit

    5

    PLO20

    Positive: Consider issues objectively, always look for ways to change things in a positive way, always want to bring happiness, satisfaction to yourself and others around

    6

    PLO21

    Ready to experience: Having an open attitude to diversity and difference; actively self-learning, actively participating in vocational training courses; accepting and quickly adapting to improvements and changes.

    7.1. General 

    Students immediately after graduation can undertake the work of Human Resource Management, recruitment, training, achievement assessment, salary, social insurance in companies, social and state organizations; career counselors in employment service organizations, labor management, career counseling; researchers of human resource research institutions;

    After 3-5 years, graduators can advance to the position of remuneration manager, training manager, head of the organization, and the head of human resources;

    After 7-10 years, graduators can take the position of human resources director.

    2. Training time: The program design is 4 years in length, depending on the ability and study conditions, students can shorten to 3 years or extend the study period to 6 years.

    3. The total amount of knowledge: 133 credits, excluding Physical Education and Defense Education modules.

    4. Subjects of enrollment: Graduated from high schools

    5. Training process: Form of credit.

    6. Scale: University training regulations under credit system.

    7. Program content:

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    01

    SMT1001

    The basic principles of Marxism-Leninism part 1

    2

    02

    SMT1002

    The basic principles of Marxism-Leninism part 2

    3

    03

    SMT1003

    Revolutionary ways of the Communist Party of Vietnam

    3

    04

    SMT1004

    Hồ Chí Minh ideology

    2

    05

    LAW1001

    General law

    2

    06

    TOU1001

    Communication in business

    3

    07

    ENG1011

    PRE-IELTS 1

    3

    08

    ENG1012

    PRE-IELTS 2

    2

    09

    ENG1013

    IELTS BEGINNERS 1

    3

    10

    ENG1014

    IELTS BEGINNERS 2

    2

    11

    ENG2011

    IELTS PRE-INTERMEDIATE 1

    3

    12

    ENG2012

    IELTS PRE-INTERMEDIATE 2

    2

    13

    ENG2013

    IELTS INTERMEDIATE 1

    3

    14

    ENG2014

    IELTS INTERMEDIATE 2

    2

    15

    MIS1001

    Office computer

    3

    16

    MAT1001

    Applied mathematics in economics

    3

    17

    MGT1001

    Microeconomics

    3

    18

    ECO1001

    Macroeconomic

    3

    19

    MGT1002

    Management

    3

     

     

    Total

    37

    20

     

    Physical Education

    5

    21

     

    Defense Education

    4 weeks

    In addition to the amount of English knowledge as designed, students who have completed English ENG2013 and ENG2014 courses are encouraged to participate in the following English modules, the results of these modules are recorded in the transcript but not included average study mark.

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    22

    ENG3011

    IELTS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 1

    2

    23

    ENG3012

    IELTS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 2

    2

    24

    ENG3013

    IELTS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 3

    2

    25

    ENG3014

    IELTS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 4

    2


    7.2. General modules of the sector

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    26

    ACC1001

    Accounting principles

    3

    27

    MKT2001

    Basic marketing

    3

    28

    MIS2002

    Management information systems

    3

    29

    HRM2001

    Organizing behavior

    3

    30

    STA2002

    Business and economic statistics

    3

    31

    FIN2001

    Markets and financial institutions

    3

    32

    MGT2002

    Introduction to business

    3

    33

    IBS2001

    International business

    3

    34

    LAW2001

    Business law

    3

    35

    ENG3001

    Business English

    3

     

     

    Total

    30

    7.3. General modules of the industry

    7.3.1. Compulsory modules

    TT

    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    36

    MGT3001

    Strategy management

    3

    37

    HRM3001

    Human resource management

    3

    38

    HRM3004

    Labor relations

    3

    39

    MGT3010

    Theory and organizational design

    3

    40

    HRM3007

    Career Development

    3

     

     

    Total

    15

    7.3.2. Optional modules 

    Choose at least 6 credits in the following elective modules

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    Code



    Modules

    Number of credits

    41

    ECO3013

    Labor psychology

    3

    42

    LAW3010

    Labor law

    3

    43

    MGT3003

    Production Management

    3

    44

    MGT3005

    Comprehensive quality management

    3

    45

    FIN3006

    Financial management

    3

    7.4. Professional modules

    7.4.1. Compulsory modules

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    46

    HRM3002

    Developing administrative skills

    3

    47

    HRM3003

    Human resource development

    3

    48

    HRM3008

    Planning and recruiting human resources

    3

    49

    HRM3009

    Managing achievements

    3

    50

    HRM3010

    Remuneration

    3

    51

    HRM3095

    Project of designing human resources policies

    2

     

     

    Total

    17

    7.4.2. Optional modules

    Choose 5 credits from the following courses:

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of credits

    52

    MKT3006

    Marketing communications

    3

    53

    BAN3005

    Bank management

    3

    54

    MGT3011

    Entrepreneurship

    3

    55

    HRM3005

    Negotiation

    3

    56

    COM2001

    Commercial business management

    3

    57

    RMD3001

    Research methodology

    2

    7.5. Extracurricular activities

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    Extracurricular activities

    Notes

    58

    The Department organizes human resource management learning activities in actual units for students; Meet and learn experiences with human resource management experts; Outdoor training of human comprehension skills and detection of human resource management issues.

    2 weeks

    7.6. Internship

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    Code

    Modules

    Number of Credits

     

     

    Form 1

     

    59

    HRM4001

    Internship report

    4

    60

     

    Learn to add at least 6 credits selected from the optional modules

    6

     

     

    Form 2

     

    61

    HRM4002

    Dissertation (*)

    10

                * Students must study the "Scientific Research Methodology" course, which has a cumulative overall GPA greater than the school's specified level and is approved by the Faculty for graduation thesis.

    8.          Matrix of relationship between learning outcomes and modules (attached to this curriculum)

    9.          Route of study (attached to this curriculum)

    10.      The referenced curriculum (attached to this training curriculum)

    TT

    University

    website

    1

    National Economics University

     

    2

    National University, Ho Chi Minh City

     

    3

    Concordia University

    http://johnmolson.concordia.ca/en/undergrad/bachelor-degrees/majors/human-resource-management

    4

    Curtis L. Carlson School of Management

    University of Minnesota

    http://carlsonschool.umn.edu/degrees/undergraduate/academics/majors-and-minors/human-resources-and-industrial-relations

    5

    Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations

    http://smlr.rutgers.edu/human-resource-management

    6

    Cornell University

    ILR School

    https://www.ilr.cornell.edu/academics/degree-programs/graduate-degree-programs

    7

    The University of Queensland

    http://www.uq.edu.au/study/plan_display.html?acad_plan=HMRESX2059

    8

    University of South Australia

    http://programs.unisa.edu.au/public/pcms/Program.aspx?pageid=2966&sid=4857&tid=436&y=2015

    9

    The University of Texas at San Antonio

    http://catalog.utsa.edu/undergraduate/business/management/#degreestext

    10

    California State University, Long Beach – College of Business administration

    http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/aa/catalog/current/cba/management/hrm_ud.html