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Human Resource Management (HRM) is a holistic solution to the employment, growth, and well-being of the employees of an organisation. It encompasses all aspects of human resources such as compensation, recruitment, and hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, incentives and benefits, employee motivation, communication, policy administration and training.

Human Resource Management programmes provide an outline of global business environments. They delve into human resource management approaches, issues, and practices in several corporate settings. Students learn how to inspire and optimise workers' contributions to maximise an organisation's effectiveness. The duties of a Human Resource Manager are to ensure that the employees stay happy, motivated, and continue to develop professionally.

Though Human Resource Management is a complex field of study, it has many benefits for its learners. It makes an individual capable enough to not only effectively manage and utilise employees at a workplace but also makes the student realise their true capabilities to work towards personal development alongside personnel development of the organisation. Human Resource Management students also learn how the decisions made by a company influence the behaviour of employees and how to offer counselling in case they face any problems in the workplace.


Study Levels

Students may pursue a range of degrees in this area, ranging from the associate to doctoral degrees. There are also a variety of professional certifications available to help students progress in their careers or make a lateral move from one area to another.
Students can study the sub-disciplines of human resource management under the following credentials:
Associate Degree (Foundation degree)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Applied Psychology and Human Relations
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Business Psychology
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) in Human Resource Management
Master of Arts (M.A) in Management
Master of Arts (M.A)in International Business and Leadership
Master of Commerce (MCom) in Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Human Resource Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Data Analytics and Human Resource Management
Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Human Resource Management
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.)
Diploma /Certificate in Human Resource Management


Graduate studies in Human Resource Management enable students to specialise in a specific area of interest, making them more employable in their chosen industry.

Throwing Caps

Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Employee Training and Development
Compensation and Benefits
Recruiting and Staffing
Organizational Leadership
Financial Management
Employee and Labour Relations
Human Resources Compliance

Wages and Salary Administration
Human Resources and Accounting
Human Resources and Business Administration
Human Resources and Data Science
Human Resources and Health Care Management
Human Resources and Organisational Leadership



As all major organisations have human resource departments, graduates in human resource management are in very high demand. From compensation to employment laws and regulations to pensions and leave plans, HR personnel control all aspects of maintaining a disciplined atmosphere in the business.
A degree in human resource management will open various career directions with good pay and career development. There are ample opportunities in almost all sectors including banking and finance firms, non-profit organizations, engineering companies, hospitals, IT and technology firms, leisure and tourism companies, local and central governments, media companies, production and manufacturing firms, retail companies, schools, colleges and universities, and specialist consultancies to name a few.


    Below are some of the roles that students may pursue after receiving a degree in human resource management.
    Benefits Manager
    Change Consultant
    Compensation Manager
    Compensation Manager
    Employee Relations Manager
    Employee Relations Manager
    Human Resource Generalist


    Human Resource Officer
    Human Resource Recruiter
    Human Resource Specialist
    Human Resources Assistant
    Labour Relations Specialist
    Office Manager
    Payroll Specialist
    Training and Development Manager
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