BA (honours) In Human Resource Management in National College of Ireland
Duration : FULL TIME - 3 years
Intake : Sept
Level : Undergraduate
Tuition & fees : € 10,000 Per Year
IELTS : 6.0
TOEFL : 78
PTE : 50
About BA (honours) In Human Resource Management in National College of Ireland
Successful organisations develop winning teams and the human resources function is at the heart of this. As a HR professional you will oversee a wide range of areas like recruitment, training, employee development and industrial relations.
Senior HR professionals shape business strategy and this HR degree will equip you to move towards these types of interesting roles. This full-time HR course draws on NCI’s sixty years as the leading educational institution for human resource management. Our world-class faculty and industry links mean you will find the course to be current, practical and comprehensive. You will graduate with an extremely well-regarded qualification and excellent career prospects. This is an excellent business degree with a focus on human resources that will equip you with the latest knowledge and build on your skills in working with people.
As a graduate of this course you will:
Have a thorough understanding of human resource management.
Understand the world of business and how HRM integrates with other areas.
Develop personal skills in teamwork, communication and research.
Who is the course for?
If you want an interesting and varied business career, with an understanding of business strategy and human resource management this degree will appeal to you. The course is for school leavers, mature students and graduates of QQI level 5/6 programmes who wish to embark on a course of full-time study.
Further Study Options
Upon successful completion of the BA (Honours) Degree in Human Resource Management, graduates who have acquired the appropriate entry requirements can progress to postgraduate courses at level 9 on the National Framework of Qualifications such as the Postgraduate Diploma or MA in HRM, or the MSc in Management.
The points for this course in 2018 were 301.
The CAO course code is NC005.
Minimum entry requirements are a grade H5 and above in two higher level subjects together with a minimum of O6/H7 in four other subjects. A minimum of grade O6/ H7 must be obtained in English. A grade O6/H7 must be obtained in Mathematics.
Cambridge European Framework : B2
Cambridge Exams : FCE