Overview

Human Resources Management

UBT’s Human Resources Management program introduces students to the principles and essentials of Human Resources Management, structure of Human Resources Management system and its environment. There are two main learning categories: Principles of Management and Human Resources Management. Other subjects, such as Change Management, Labor Relations, Human Resources Development, Performance, Compensation Management and Organization Behavioral Techniques are also studied in depth. The knowledge and skills gained by students throughout the course will enable them to develop certain skills such as:
 

  • Defining recruitment needs
  • Defining Employee needs
  • Build the Human capital potential
  • Negotiation & communications skills
  • Encouragement and support of employees
  • Various other skills

Upon the completion of the program the student will be able to apply ways and means of problem-solving techniques and decision-making in the field of Human Resources Management. The program extends its boundaries to include complementary fields in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, the use of Computers in making administrative decisions and Strategy Building. The student will be also exposed to a number of quantitative analysis tools provided by subjects such as Micro and Macro Economics and Quantitative Business Analysis.

UBT’s human Resources major is considered the gateway to a variety of career opportunities due to the essential role of Human Resources in all types and forms of small or large, local or international, institutions and at all administrative levels from executive director to a small retail project owner, and all types of business from international industrial to web-based business. Such importance is reflected by the fact that the burden of Saudization of employment in business sectors is laid on Human Resources executives. This means a bright professional future filled with challenges. Job opportunities include:

  • Training Management
  • Selection and Training Department
  • Electronic Human Resources Management
  • Work Force Planning and recruitment in all fields
  • And various other areas

Therefore, a Human Resources Management graduate finds a variety of career opportunities locally and internationally. Nevertheless, profitable organizations are not the only area of employment; a Human Resources Management graduate can also find opportunities in non-profitable organizations such as public hospitals, universities government sectors and service institutions such as social service and rehabilitation centers.

The Human Resources Management program qualifies the students to work in Human Resources Management, as well as allowing graduates to participate effectively in private projects. The co-op training program at UBT assists students in making the right choice in their field of employment in Human Resources Management. The Bachelor’s Degree program provides the chance for Human Resource Management BBA holders to continue and advance their career future to enter the world of professionals and experts.
 

Department Objectives
  • Deliver to students the essentials and definitions of Human Resources Management and explain the impact of advanced tools and technology in the development of this field.
  • Assist students to improve communication skills, encourage team work spirit and develop the ability to analyze and solve problems and develop the intellectual skills and ability.
  • Develop the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to manage the performance of Human Resources in the business sector.
  • Prepare students with adequate skills to practice Human Resources Management in a competitive environment.
  • Provide students with the necessary background in Human Resources Management and administrative sciences which prepares the student for higher studies