BACHELOR DEGREE IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Leading organizations are placing more emphasis on human capital development and the leadership initiatives produced by human resource management teams to deliver, develop, and retain employees as the most crucial and competitive factor in business today. The objective of the B.Sc. in Human Resource Management program is to prepare graduates to become influential business leaders equipped with the ability to identify, analyze, and solve complex human resource and management issues
The Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management aims:
(a) at preparing students for positions in human resource department leadership,
(b) to establish and advance organizational policies and guidelines,
(c ) and to utilize the tools and techniques for developing transformational work environments.
A(i) 4 Preliminary Admission (Year Degree Programme)
Candidates must obtain at least five credits pass in W.A.S.C or the General Certificate in Education (GCE O level) conducted by WAEC or NECO including five or six credits at not more than two sitting in subjects which will also include English language and Mathematics and at least three social science or commercial subjects
A (ii) Direct Admission (Three Year Programme)
In addition to the general entry requirements specified in A(i) above, candidates must possess G.C.E. A Level or H.S.C. passes in at least two subjects in examination conducted by recognizes bodies like W.A.E.C., N.E.C.O., Cambridge and London Universities and others that may be specified from time to time.
National Diploma in Accounting Business, Finance, Statistics at least upper credits from approved polytechnics and college of Technology
Diplomats of The DU in Accounting, Business, Finance, Statistics at least a 3.00 on the lower credit grade.
Candidates with upper credits in the Degree Foundation programme Examination, in exceptional cases, candidates with at least 3.00 grade point average on the lower credit grade in the Degree Foundation may be considered.
Candidates must satisfy the general regulations of the University and that of the faculty. In addition, all compulsory, required and requisite number of electives must be taken and pass before a candidate could be qualified for the award of the degree.