Bachelor of Human Resources Management Honours

In order to be admitted to t his programme, candidates must have a Bachelor degree in Human Resources Management worth at least 360 credits at NQF Level 7 or an equivalent qualification. A student will also be required to have a pass mark of at least 65 % in the core human resources management courses. Students with a National Diploma in Human Resources Management awarded by the Polytechnic of Namibia as part of its 2006 curriculum in HRM will be considered for admission to this programme provided they have a pass mark of at least 65 % in the core human resources management subjects and they have done the course Performance Management and Productivity Measurement. They will be allowed, alternatively, to register for this course concurrently with Honours degree courses. Holders of National Diplomas in Human Resources Management and Personnel Management awarded by the Namibia University of Science and Technology prior to its 2006 curriculum will be evaluated on a case - by - case basis for purposes of admission. Applicants who are admitted to the programme may be required to make up for any deficiencies, as deemed necessary by the Head of Department.

Career Possibilities: 
Management positions in purchasing, logistics, operations and finance
Modes of Study: 
1 Year
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