Programme Brief

People and their skills are vital to the success of any organisation. Human resource management (HRM) plays a key role in ensuring that businesses develop this critical resource to achieve strategic success. This programme is for you if you are currently working in, or hope to work in, HRM or general management.

With SBCS, the BA (Hons) Human Resource Management Programme accredited by the University of Greenwich, is a "top up" degree where students with appropriate Higher National Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree entry requirements, enter into final year of the globally recognised, BA (Hons) Human Resource Management 3-year programme.

At SBCS we focus on -

  • Producing graduates who are capable of thinking critically, creatively and ethically.
  • Graduates who are team players with the ability to communicate persuasively.

Highlights at a glance -

  • Final Year (Top-up)
  • Global Recognition
  • Excellent Facilities and Administrative Support
  • Expert Lecturers

 

BA HRM Prospectus

Earn Your BA HRM - Here's How.

 

 

Alumni Profiles


  • 13 months
  • Champs Fleurs

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for direct entry to the programme you must have at least one of the following –

  • EDEXCEL BTEC HND in Human Resource Management
  • ABE Advanced Diploma in Business Administration (must have a B average in the HRM courses at the Diploma 2 and Advanced Diploma level)
  • COSTAATT Associate Degree in Human Resource Management
  • COSTAATT Associate Degree in Supervisory Management
  • COSTAATT Associate Degree in Management
  • Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies Associate Degree in Human Resource Management
  • IAM Advanced Diploma (60 credits in HRM, distinction grade)
  • ** COSTAATT Associate Degree in Marketing
  • ** COSTAATT Associate Degree in Management Information Systems

** Note:  These qualifications must be assessed by The University of Greenwich before acceptance into this programme.

The deadline for registration for the January 2018 intake is January 13th 2018

To register for this programme visit the Centre for University of Greenwich to verify your entry qualifications.

You can provide evidence of your entry qualifications by presenting any of the following options:

  • Original certificate or completion letter from the relevant Educational Institute accompanied by the official student transcript.
  • A detailed Resume and/or Job Description in cases where your qualifications do not meet the direct entry requirement or where the qualifications were awarded more than five years ago.

In cases where official student transcripts are required for registration with SBCS, students must request their original transcript from their relevant examination body/educational institution and have this forwarded to:

 

Mrs. Raecene Gunness-Francis
Manager
SBCS  Centre for University of Greenwich Programmes
53-54 Sagan Drive
Champs Fleurs
Trinidad, West Indies

 

For more information or support, email the Centre for University of Greenwich Programmes or email your course administrators directly:

Reshmi Koomia – Assistant Course Administrator

Raecene Gunness-Francis – Manager

Email: uog-cf@sbcs.edu.tt for more details.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • prepare students for careers in HRM by providing them with a critical understanding of key aspects of business and management in general, and HRM in particular
  • develop an understanding of the role of people management and motivational theories in relation to organisational goals
  • introduce students to the main concepts and theories of HRM
  • introduce students to the main functional areas of HRM, namely employee relations, reward, resourcing and human resource development, as well as employment law, including European labour law
  • develop practical management skills, and the understanding of human behaviour as significant element in the development of successful HR managers in a variety of organisational contexts, portray the historical development of HRM and personnel development, as well as its socio-economic and political context
  • study the activity and impact of the HRM function within organisations and within the changing business environment
  • prepare student for a career within HRM, within general management or other graduate entry careers
  • enhance student’s lifelong learning skills and personal development in order to contribute to society at large