BA in Human Resource Management
This degree will equip you with the knowledge, skills and competence expected of human resource professionals. You will cover leading edge thinking in the human resource field and gain a thorough understanding of the wider contribution which the human resource role makes to organisational success. The programme offers considerable benefits to your organisation as it helps you to build organisational capability and improve the performance and human resource capital of the organisation.
Who is the Programme for?
The programme is aimed at people working in the human resource management area or intending to move into this area. Students come from a wide variety of organisations and the interactive sessions allow you to gain insights from many different sectors.
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3 years; 2 semesters per year
Tuesday and Thursday 18.00 - 22.00
This programme is designed to appeal to those at work or seeking to re-enter the workforce. There are no specific academic requirements with applicants considered based on relevant work and other experience. Applicants under 23 will be assessed based on Leaving Certificate or equivalent.
The part-time option involves two evenings per week and some additional Saturdays. In the flexible Saturday option lectures take place every Saturday and modules are delivered in blocks.
The Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management is awarded by QQI at level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications. This award will allow progression to level 8 programmes on the NFQ. Graduates will be eligible to apply for Associate Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) for which a fee must be paid directly to CIPD. Many students will elect to study for an additional year to obtain the BA (Honours) in HRM.
The BA in HRM has proven itself as an excellent platform for beginning or accelerating a career in HR and management. Graduates are employed in a variety of roles and functions including:
- Employee relations
- Compensation & Benefits
- Industrial relations
- Training and development together with
Students have also used the degree as a preparation for a career in general management and to assist them in making a move from a supervisory role to a management position. Alternatively, the degree provides the basis for further academic HRM studies at honours degree and post-graduate level.
Employers of past graduates include:
- ESB International
- Simmons & Simmons
- Grand Canal Theatre
- Icon Clinical Research
- Welch Allyn
- Pocket Kings
Part-time involves two evenings per week. The flexible weekend option involves one full day per week (Saturday).
Course Fee Listing. Fees include tuition, registration assessment and capitation fees. Fees may be paid in two instalments (fees revised annually).
You can spread the cost of fees with our direct debit plan.
IFSC Campus, Mayor St, IFSC, Dublin 1.
For more information on the subjects taught on this course visit our module descriptor.
Tuesday 17th September 2013