Programme Overview
Why Choose This Course?

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business (Human Resource Management) programme is designed to provide students an understanding of the key policies, procedures and practices of Human Resource. It introduce students to recent developments in the management of people at work, developing their critical abilities and teaching them to consider managing people from a social, cultural and political point of view. The programmes will also develop their personal skills, such as group working and time management through to report writing and presentations.

Human Resource Management is about managing people so that businesses are competitive and successful. To do this in a fast-changing global economy, Human Resource professionals keep up with issues and trends that affect employment relationships – the labour market and economics, the political environment, environmental concerns and employment regulations. In the competitive environment of 21st century business, people represent the most potent opportunities for achieving competitive advantage. The field focuses on a range of areas, from managing change to enhancing customer service, but is ultimately about understanding individual needs and applying specialist skill sets to benefit an organisation’s reputation and bottom line.

How You Will Learn

In Year 1 students will be introduced to business and human resource. In Year 2 students will develop an understanding of the policies, procedures and practices of Human Resource. In Year 3, i.e. the graduating year, the emphasis shall be on Human Resource strategies and how these link into the overall organisation.

Career Opportunities
  • Benefits Administrator
  • Benefits Analyst
  • Employee & Labour Relations Officer
  • HR Development Officer
  • HR Generalist
  • HR Manager
  • Risk Management Executive
  • Training Manager & Recruiter
  • Workforce Planning & Employment Executive
Level / YearModule CodeModule Name
Year 1

(Level 4)


Finance & Business Performance


Marketing Fundamentals


Understanding People in Organisations


Managing Performance in Operations


Markets, Prices & Strategy


Developing Personal Leadership

Year 2

(Level 5)


Employability and Personal Development


Data Analysis Skills (Semester 1 & 2)


Employment Law in the Workplace


Ethics and Social Responsibility


Macroeconomics for Business (Semester 1 & 2)

Year 3

(Level 6)


Delivering & Managing Performance

6IM501 (I)

Issues in Global Business (Part 1)


Strategic Management of Human Resources


Principles & Practices of Leadership and Management

6IM501 (II)

Issues in Strategic Concepts (Part 2)

Note: *These modules area a year through modules.
 Subject CodeSubject NameRemark
MPU 1 MPU3113* Hubungan Etnik* Must do 2
MPU3123* Tamadun Islam danTamadun Asia (TITAS)
MPU3143** Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 3
MPU3173** Pengajian Malaysia 3
MPU 2 MPU3213*** Bahasa Kebangsaan A Choose 1
MPU3223 Leadership and Life Skills
MPU3233 Leadership in Business
MPU 3 MPU3313 Comparative Ethics for Malaysia Choose 1
MPU3323 Malaysian Constitution
MPU3363 Issues of the Social Media on Malaysian Society
MPU3343 Career Pathways in the field of Behavioral Sciences in Malaysia
MPU 4 MPU3412 Co-Curriculum - Sports 2 Choose 1
MPU3422 Co-Curriculum - Community Service 2
MPU3423 Co-Curriculum - Event Management

Notes :
* For Local Students
** For International Students
*** Local students without credit for SPM's Bahasa Melayu must do MPU3213

 Subject CodeSubject Name


Compulsory Subjects


Reflective Practice


Listening, Reading & Writing Skills



Preparation for Career Management: Internship Programme


Industrial Training : Part 1


Industrial Training : Part 2


The Business Management programme is accredited by Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI’s) where students will be enrolled as Affiliate Membership and receive an Advance Diploma in Management and Leadership.