COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
University Of Santo Tomas
España Blvd., Manila 1015 Philippines
Tel. Nos. (63-2) 7315728; (63-2) 4061611 local 8224
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Course Title: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT School Year: 2014-2015 Course Code: BA2 Semester: FIRST
Credit Units: 3 Prerequisite Course/s: PSY213: INDUSTRIAL-ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Course Facilitator: MA. CRISELDA TENGCO-PACQUING, RP, CSIOP, CSAP Class Schedule: Department: DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Room Assignment: Contact No: 4061611 LOCAL 8325 Consultation Time: WEDNESDAY; 12:00-2:00PM E-mail: Consultation Room: DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
Prepared by: MA. CRISELDA TENGCO-PACQUING, RP, CSIOP, CSAP Date Prepared: JUNE 6, 2014 Evaluated by: MARIA CLAUDETTE ALVAREZ-AGNES, PhD, RP, RPm Dated Evaluated: Approved by: JOHN DONNIE A. RAMOS, Ph.D. Date Approved: COURSE DESCRIPTION: This three unit course is designed to provide students with a general view of Human Resource Management (HRM). The students will be exposed to the current environment in human resources, the acquisition and placement of human resources, the performance management and appraisal of employees, and the strategies involved in compensation and benefits. Likewise, students will be introduced to other key concepts of HRM such as collective bargaining agreement (CBA), labor and industrial-labor relations. COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
Institutional Intended Learning Outcomes
(IILO) Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILO) of the Department of Psychology of the College of Science Students completing Foundation courses in Psychology
should: Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILO)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Scholarship and Research
Equipped with discipline-specific knowledge and research skills capable of solving problems in a logical, critical and creative ways. Demonstrate breadth of their knowledge and apply psychological ideas, concepts and frameworks to simple and of greater complexity problems. Examined various models of how human resources management is positioned in the structure of an organization. Lifelong Learning
Prepared for life-long learning in pursuit of personal and professional development. Demonstrate meaningful personal and professional direction for life after graduation. Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills by assessing their own strengths and weaknesses as future members of an organization, and develop ways on how to improve the role of human resources in the organization. Christian Values and Ethics
Committed to Christian values, and responsive to ethical and social concerns. Apply formal regulations that govern professional ethics in psychology and embrace the values that will contribute to positive outcomes in work settings and in building a society responsive to multicultural and global concerns. Determine the global, ethical and legal environment and situations that organizations need to consider in the handling human resources such as discrimination and equal opportunity. Communication Ability
Effective in appropriate oral and written communication. Demonstrate competence in writing, oral, and interpersonal communication skills using a scientific approach in the discussion of psychological concepts as they express their own ideas with clarity. Demonstrate effective written communication skills through written reports andoral presentations of assigned topics. Leadership and Teamwork
Capable of working with confidence independently and collaboratively. Demonstrate the capability to work with others and enhance Interpersonal relationships. Contribute to the learning environment in a positive and constructive manner by working harmoniously with a team. Information Literacy
Capable of responsible use of information and information technology effectively and appropriately. Embrace positive values in utilizing information and...
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Trasmonte, L., Villafuerte, B. and Bon, N (2010). Handbook on Worker’s Statutory Monetary Benefits 2010. Intramuros, Manila: Bureau of Working Conditions, Department of Labor and Employment.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: GRADING SYSTEM:
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