Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons.) Human Resource Management new-icon

Faculty of Business (FOB)

(R2/345/6/0462) 07/24 (A10406)

This three-year programme equips students with the specialised skills required for effective management of human resources. Students will be exposed to a multitude combination of business and human resources areas such as recruitment, occupational safety and health, organisational development, international human resource management, labour / industrial relations. Prominence will also be given to communication, soft skills and strategy formulation that enables organisations to achieve strategic business goals and enhance overall organisation performance. Strong emphasis will also be given on labour law.


  • Entry Requirements
      1. Pass Foundation/ Matriculation studies with at least CGPA of 2.00 from a recognised institution; OR
      2. Pass STPM or its equivalent with a minimum of Grade C (GP 2.00) in any two (2) subjects AND a Pass in Mathematics and English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
      3. Pass A-Level with a minimum of Grade D in any two (2) subjects AND a Pass in Mathematics and English at SPM Level or its equivalent; OR
      4. Pass STAM with a minimum of Grade Jayyid (Good) in two (2) subjects AND a Pass in Mathematic and English at SPM or its equivalent; OR
      5. Pass UEC with a minimum of Grade B in at least five (5) subjects inclusive of English OR a minimum of Grade C in SPM/O-Level English or equivalent;


      The requirement to Pass Mathematics and English Subjects at SPM Level can be waived should the qualifications contain Mathematics and English subjects with equivalent/ higher achievement.

      Malaysian students using English as the medium of instruction in their previous study or with at least Band 2 in MUET or equivalent can be exempted from a pass in English requirement.

      Those without a pass in Mathematics and/or English at SPM level or equivalent can be admitted but are required to attend special enhancement course(s). These special enhancement courses should be SPM equivalent, remedial in nature. Students must pass the Mathematics and English enhancement courses as a prerequisite to related core courses taught in English.

      (English subject requirement does not apply to international students since they are required to meet certain scores of international English examination and privileged with certain exemptions)

      * DKM/DLKM/DVM candidates may be required to undergo Bridging Programme as an additional requirement.

  • Programme Structure
    • Core
      • Year 1
        • English for Business Communication
          Quantitative Analysis Models for Business
          Entrepreneurship and Ethical Practices
          Understanding Management
          Human Capital and Organisational Behaviour
          Introductory Microeconomics
          Financial Management
          Fundamentals of Marketing
          Financial Accounting for Managers
          Digital Business
          International Business
      • Year 2
        • Quality and Operations Management
          Introductory Macroeconomics
          Business Risk Management
          Introduction to Financial Technologies
          Business Research Methods
          Management of Strategy
          Business Information Systems
          Data Analytics for Business
          Business Application Development
          Cyber Security
          Occupational Safety and Health
          Performance Management
          Recruitment and Selection
          International Human Resource Management
          Compensations and Benefits
      • Year 3
        • Supply Chain Management
          Innovation Management OR International Trade and Policy
          Project Management
          Strategic Management Information Systems or Business Intelligence
          Labour Laws
          Human Resource Management Research Project
          Industrial Relations
          Human Resource Information Systems
          Training and Development
          Industrial Training
    • Elective Modules
      • TWO (2) subjects should be taken from the following:
      • Occupational Safety and Health
        Basic Human Resource Consulting
        International Human Resource Management
        Negotiation at Workplace
        Organisational Development
      • The other ONE (1) elective subject may be taken from the above list OR any major and elective subject offered by the BBA/BBKM programmes in the Faculty
    • University Subjects
      • Character Building
        Sustainable Society
        Philosophy and Current Issues
        Appreciation of Ethics and Civilizations / Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International)
        Bahasa Kebangsaan A
        Integrity and Leadership
  • Career Prospects
    • Human resource management professionals such as Human Resource Manager, Corporate Recruiters, Labour Relations Manager, HR Consultant And Training Specialist.