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BSc in Human Resource Management

Programme Specification
Date amended: February 2008

1. Programme Title(s):
BSc in HRM (Human Resource Management)
2. Awarding body or institution:
University of Leicester
3. Typical entry requirements:
A levels or equivalent professional or overseas qualifications - We leave the grade unspecified because nearly all of our targeted students are working adults who may have high level of professional experience in human resources (HR) and may have done their A levels a long time ago.

4. Programme aims:
The programme aims to:





Provide a stimulating and challenging learning experience for those who want to develop a career in the human resource management;
Provide a rigorous HR syllabus that is based upon the Centre's research expertise; Develop students' (working adults') underpinning knowledge for continuing professional development in HR;
Enable students to combine research and theoretical knowledge with professional application.

5. Reference points used to inform the programme specification: • University of Leicester Learning and Teaching Strategy
http://www.le.ac.uk/teaching/pdf/strategy/lts2002.pdf
• External Examiners’ reports
• Discussions with DL partners and overseas agents
• Discussions with professional HR bodies
• Discussions with employers who fund employees for career development • QAA framework

BSc in Human Resource Management

6. Programme Outcomes:
Intended Learning
Outcomes

How Demonstrated?
Teaching and Learning
Methods
(a) Discipline specific knowledge and competencies
(i) Mastery of an appropriate body of knowledge

Demonstrate mastery of an
appropriate body of knowledge
in HRM.

Distance learning materials, optional
tutorials and workshops.

Assignments, essay-based
examinations, dissertation, case
study, Blackboard discussion.

(ii) Understanding and application of key concepts and techniques Demonstrate understanding of
key concepts in HRM and their
application in organisations.

Distance learning materials, optional
tutorials and workshops.

Analyse HRM issues in
contemporary organisations.

Distance learning materials, optional
tutorials and workshops.

Assignments, essay-based
examinations, dissertation, case
study, Blackboard discussion

(iii) Critical analysis of key issues
Assignments, essay-based
examinations, dissertation, case
study, Blackboard discussion

Reflect critically the relevance of
different HRM issues and
approaches.

(iv) Clear and concise presentation of material
Present HRM issues and
problems in assignment and
discussion.

Distance learning materials, optional
tutorials and workshops.

Assignments, essay-based
examinations, dissertation, case
study, Blackboard discussion

(v) Critical appraisal of evidence with appropriate insight
Utilise existing research to form
appropriate and sustainable
arguments on HRM problems.

Distance learning materials, optional
tutorials and workshops.

Assignments, essay-based
examinations, dissertation, case
study, Blackboard discussion

(vi) Other discipline specific competencies
Design, research and present an
independently conceived piece
of research in an HRM topic.

Independent research.

Dissertation and case study.

(b) Transferable skills
(i) Oral communication
Online discussion and
communication with tutor.

Demonstrate ability to participate
in discussion and expressing
ideas.

Tutorial.

Demonstrate ability to reflect
and express ideas clearly and
coherently.

Communication with tutor and centre.

Use IT effectively to facilitate
learning online, communicate
with the Centre and download
articles through Athens.

Induction materials, independent
research.

Understand quantitative data
and analyses.

Quantitative methods.

Solve problems through
discussion and working with
others and understanding
others' perspectives.

Tutorials, problem solving and...
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