TP09 - Bachelor of Science (Human Resource Development)

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Programme Objectives

The objectives of the program are as follows:

  1. To produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities in planning, analyzing, managing, and developing human resource.
  2. To produce graduates who are competent as researchers, organization’s change agents, training need analysts, program designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.
  3. To produce graduates who are able to recognize, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.
  4. To produce graduates who are able to communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences.
  5. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing environments, and to continue learning independently.

Programme Learning Outcome

Learning OutcomesIntended Learning OutcomesTeaching and Learning MethodsAssessment
(a) Technical Knowledge And Competencies
PO 1 Application of disciplinary knowledge - principles and theories Ability to acquire and apply general knowledge and human resource development principles and theories Lecture, tutorial, seminar, assignments at ICT’s lab, directed reading and cooperative learning, and industrial visits. Examinations, assignments, quiz, presentations, seminars, discussions, cooperative learning, problem-based learning, group projects, and individual reports.
PO2 Integration and application of specific competencies Ability to integrate human resource development knowledge and skills in solving organizational problems. Lecture, tutorial, seminar, assignments at ICT’s lab, directed readings, industrial visit, practicum and industrial training. Exams, assignments, quiz, presentations, demonstrations, discussions, cooperative learning, problem-based learning, group projects, and individual reports.
(b) Generic Skills
PO3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills Able to identify, analyze, and solve human resource problems in organizations creatively. Lecture, tutorial, seminar, assignments, directed readings, self-directed learning, and cooperative learning, field work and industrial visit. Exams, assignments, quiz, presentations, seminar, discussions, cooperative learning, problem-based learning, group project and reports.
PO4 Communications Skills Able to communicate effectively both verbal and in writing in a dynamic environment. Lecture, individual and group assignments, group project, industrial training, industrial visits, e-learning, video & films and cooperative learning. Exams, assignments, quiz, presentations, seminar, discussions, cooperative learning, problem based learning, observation and peer evaluation.
PO5 Team Working Able to work collaboratively and play various roles in problem solving and decision making group. Group assignment, group project, industrial training, industrial visit, cooperative learning. Group assignment, group project observation and peer evaluation.
PO6 Ethnics and Integrity Demonstrate professional ethics and moral obligation for the good of mankind. Group project, lecture, industrial training, case study, and research project. Industrial training report, project report, undergraduate project report, assignment.
PO7 Life-long learning and Information Management Able to find, acquire, and manage information from various sources for continuous self-development and lifelong learning. Directed reading, assignment, lecture, group project, undergraduate project, and industrial training. Group project, industrial training assessment, observation of activities involvement.
PO8 Entrepreneurship Skills Able to exploit opportunities and harness potential specifically for self, organization and industrial development. Lecture, case study, role-play, seminar, entrepreneurship project, business seminar. Project presentation, business plan, seminar, and community service.
PO9 Leadership Skills Able to instill and practice basic leadership principles and able to demonstrate leadership competency with confidence. Lecture, seminar, cooperative learning, field work and industrial visit. Industrial training report, project report, lecturer’s observation, peer evaluation and group assignment.

Classification of Course

Components by category and total credits for graduation
ClassificationCredit hoursPercentage (%)
Core Courses – Field 45 35.17
Core Courses – Major 30 23.44
Programme electives 33 25.8 (15-20)
Compulsory university courses 20 15.6 (10-15)
Total 128 100
Total credit hours to graduate 128  

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered on full-time mode and is based on 2 semester academic session. The subjects are distributed and sequenced according to the level of knowledge i.e basic to advance. Assessment is based on formative and summative evaluation conducted throughout the semester.

Award requirements:

To graduate student should:

  • Attain a total of not less than 128 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0
  • Pass Industrial Training (equivalent to 12 credit hours)
  • Complete and pass the undergraduate reserch project (6 credit hours
  • complete TECS 1001 and TECS 1002
  • complete GLL1001, GLL1029, GLL1040, and GLL1041

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 1013 Prinsip Pembangunan Sumber Manusia
Principles of Human Resource Development
3 SHAR 1033 Perancangan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Planning
3
SHAR 1023 Pembelajaran Dewasa
Adult Learning
3 SHAR 1043 Analisis Keperluan Latihan
Training Needs Analysis
3
SHAC 1013 Asas Perakaunan Kewangan
Basic Financial Accounting
3 SHAR 1053 Komunikasi Keorganisasian
Organizational Communication
3
SHAD 1033 Prinsip Pengurusan
Principles of Management
3 SHAD 1043 Tabiat Organisasi
Organizational Behavior
3
UICI 1012 Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
Islamic Civilization and Asian Civilization
2 ULAB 1122 Academic English Skills 2
      UHAS 1172/
UHAS 1162
Dinamika Malaysia
Malaysia Dynamic / Arts, Customs and Beliefs of Malaysian
2
      UKQX 1xx2 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
2
Total Credits
14
Total Credits
18

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 2013 Teknologi Komunikasi Untuk Latihan
Communication Technology in Training
3 SHAR 2053 Statistik Sains Sosial
Statistics for Social Science
3
SHAR 2023 Reka Bentuk Latihan
Instructional Design
3 SHAR 2063 Pembangunan Prestasi
Performance Development
3
SHAR 2033 Undang-undang Hubungan Industri
Industrial Relations Law
3 SHAR 2073 Hubungan Pekerjaan
Employment Relations
3
SHAR 2043 Kaunseling Industri
Industrial Counseling
3 SHAR 2083 Pembangunan Kerjaya
Career Development
3
SHAD 2113 Asas Pengurusan Kewangan
Basic of Financial Management
3 SHAD 2023 Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Management
3
UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Human
2 ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
Total Credits 17 Total Credits 17

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 3013 Penilaian Program
Program Evaluation
3 SHAR 3042 Projek Sarjana Muda (Cadangan)
Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
2
SHAR 3023 Sistem Maklumat Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Information System
3 SHAR 3053 Keselamatan dan Kesihatan di Tempat Kerja
Safety and Health at Work
3
SHAR 3033 Pengenalan Kaedah Penyelidikan
Introduction to Research Methods
3 SHAR 3063 Pembangunan Organisasi
Organizational Development
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif I
Elective I
3 SHAR 3xx3 Elektif III
Elective III
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif II
Elective II
3 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Pembangunan Insaniah / Globalisasi)
General Elective (Human Development /Globalization)
2
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Inovasi & Kreativiti)
General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
2
      Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Keusahawanan)
General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
2
Total Credits 17 Total Credits 17

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 4014 Projek Sarjana Muda (Laporan)
Undergraduate Project (Report)
4 SHAR 4028 Latihan Industri (Praktikal)
Industrial Training (Practical)
8
SHAD 2013 Keusahawanan
Entrepreneurship
3 SHAR 4034 Latihan Industri (Laporan)
Industrial Training (Report)
4
SHAY 3043 Modifikasi Tingkahlaku
Behavior Modification
3      
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif IV
Elective IV
3      
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif V
Elective V
3      
Total Credits 16   12
TOTAL CREDITS 128

Career Prospects and Career Paths

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning

pdf  Download Program Specification SHR (321.97 kB)

Programme Objectives

The objectives of the program are as follows:

  1. Apply basic knowledge, skills and abilities in planning, analyzing, managing, and developing human resource.

  2. Become practitioners who are capable of functioning as researchers, organization's change agents, training need analyst, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.

  3. Recognize, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.

  4. Communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences Respond and adapt readily to changing environments, and to continue learning independently

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered on full-time mode and is based on 2 semester academic session. The subjects are distributed and sequenced according to the level of knowledge i.e basic to advance. Assessment is based on formative and summative evaluation conducted throughout the semester.

Award requirements:

To graduate student should:

  • Attain a total of not less than 128 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0
  • Pass Industrial Training (equivalent to 12 credit hours)
  • Complete and pass the undergraduate reserch project (6 credit hours

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 1013 Teknologi Komunikasi Untuk Latihan
Communication Technology in Training
3 SHAR 1033 Statistik Sains Sosial
Statistics for Social Science
3
SHAR 1023 Reka Bentuk Latihan
Instructional Design
3 SHAR 1043 Pembangunan Prestasi
Performance Development
3
SHAC 1013 Undang-undang Hubungan Industri
Industrial Relations Law
3 SHAR 1053 Hubungan Pekerjaan
Employment Relations
3
SHAD 1033 Kaunseling Industri
Industrial Counseling
3 SHAD 1043 Pembangunan Kerjaya
Career Development
3
UICI 1012 Asas Pengurusan Kewangan
Basic of Financial Management
2 ULAB 1122 Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Management
2
UKQX 1xx1 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Human Ko-Kurikulum Co-Curriculum
1 UHAS 1172/
UHAS 1162
Advanced Academic English Skills 2
Total Credits 15 Total Credits 16

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 2013 Teknologi Komunikasi Untuk Latihan
Communication Technology in Training
3 SHAR 2053 Statistik Sains Sosial
Statistics for Social Science
3
SHAR 2023 Reka Bentuk Latihan
Instructional Design
3 SHAR 2063 Pembangunan Prestasi
Performance Development
3
SHAR 2033 Undang-undang Hubungan Industri
Industrial Relations Law
3 SHAR 2073 Hubungan Pekerjaan
Employment Relations
3
SHAR 2043 Kaunseling Industri
Industrial Counseling
3 SHAR 2083 Pembangunan Kerjaya
Career Development
3
SHAD 2113 Asas Pengurusan Kewangan
Basic of Financial Management
3 SHAD 2023 Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Management
3
UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Human
2 ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
UKQX 1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
1      
Total Credits 18 Total Credits 17

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 3013 Penilaian Program
Program Evaluation
3 SHAR 3042 Projek Sarjana Muda (Cadangan)
Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
2
SHAR 3023 Sistem Maklumat Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Information System
3 SHAR 3053 Keselamatan dan Kesihatan di Tempat Kerja
Safety and Health at Work
3
SHAR 3033 Pengenalan Kaedah Penyelidikan
Introduction to Research Methods
3 SHAR 3063 Pembangunan Organisasi
Organizational Development
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif I
Elective I
3 SHAR 3xx3 Elektif III
Elective III
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif II
Elective II
3 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Pembangunan Insaniah / Globalisasi)
General Elective (Human Development /Globalization)
2
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Inovasi & Kreativiti)
General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
2
      Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Keusahawanan)
General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
2
Total Credits 17 Total Credits 17

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 4014 Projek Sarjana Muda (Laporan)
Undergraduate Project (Report)
  SHAR 4028 Latihan Industri (Praktikal)
Industrial Training (Practical)
8
SHAD 2013 Keusahawanan
Entrepreneurship
  SHAR 4034 Latihan Industri (Laporan)
Industrial Training (Report)
4
SHAY 3043 Modifikasi Tingkahlaku
Behavior Modification
       
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif IV
Elective IV
       
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif V
Elective V
       
Total Credits16     12
TOTAL CREDITS 128

Career Prospects and Career Paths

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning

Cross Campus and Outreach Programs

Students are given an opportunity to enrol in participating universities. The grades and up to 1/3 of the total credits are transferable. At the moment, local universities that are offering similar programme participate in this program. Every year the university is organizing visit to foreign higher institute of learning and students are encouraged to participate at a subsidised cost.

UTM Degree ++ Program

Students are encouraged to enrol in certificate programs offered by the university during weekends and semester breaks.

Facilities available

List of Facilities:

  1. Smart Classroom 1 to 12
  2. Language Digital Laboratories (5)
  3. Computer Lab
  4. Library
  5. Lecture Theatres
  6. Resource Room
  7. Students activity room
  8. E-learning
  9. Internet/WIFI
  10. Cafeteria
  11. Reading and discussion tables

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 Program Objectives:

  1. To produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities in planning, analyzing, managing, and developing human resource.
  2. To produce graduates who are competent as researchers, organization's change agents, training need analysts, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.
  3. To produce graduates who are able to recognize, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.
  4. To produce graduates who are able to communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences.
  5. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing environments, and to continue learning independently.


Career prospects:

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning


Curriculum:

Year 1 Semester 1:
SHR1013 Principles of HRD
SHR1023 Basics of Financial Acc
SHD1513 Princ. of Management
SHR1033 Adult Learning
UHS 1152 Ethnic Relations
UQR 1xx1 Co-Curriculum

Year 1 Semester 2:
SHR1043 Human Resource Planning
SHR1053 Training Needs Assessment
SHR1063 Org. Communication
SHD1523 Organizational Behavior
UHB1412 English For Academic Communication
ULT1022 TITAS

Year 2 Semester 1:
SHR2073 Basics of Financial Management
SHR2083 Communication Tech. in Training
SHR2093 Instructional Design
SHR2103 Industrial Relations Law
SHR2113 Industrial Counseling
UHS2092 Professional Ethics
UQR2xxl Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:
SHR2123 Statistic for Social Science
SHR2133 Performance Development
SHR2143 Industrial Relations
SHR2153 Career Development
UHB2422 Advance English for Academic Com.
SHD2513 Human Resource Management

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHR3163 Program Evaluation
SHR3173 Human Resource Information System
SHR3183 Intro. Research Methods
SHx3XX3 Elective I
SHx3XX3 Elective II
UHB3XX2 English (Elective)

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHR3212 Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
SHR3193 Occupational Safety And Health
SHR3203 Organizational Development
SHx3XX3 Elective III
ULT2132 Islam and Current Issues
UHS3042 Human Development
UUX3xx2 Elective University

Year 4 Semester 1:
SHR4224 Undergraduate Project (Report)
SHD2413 Entrepreneurship
SHY4033 Behavior Modification
SHx4XX3 Elective IV
SHx4XX3 Elective V

Year 4 Semester 2:
SHR 4238 Industrial Training (Practical)
SHR 4244 Industrial Training (Report)



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This 3-year program is designed to produce competent graduates in the area of human resource development especially in meeting the needs of the industry.


Program Objectives:

  1. To produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities in planning, analysing, managing and developing human resource.
  2. To produce graduates who are competent as researchers, organisation change agents, training need analysts, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.
  3. To produce graduates who are able to recognise, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.
  4. To produce graduates who are able to communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences.
  5. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing environments and to continue learning independently.


Career prospects: Graduates of the programme can work as human resource development manager, training needs analyst, programme designer, HRD meterials developer, instructor/facilitator, career development advisor, administrator, programme evaluator, researcher and entrepreneur.

Curriculum:
Year 1 Semester 1:
SHP1303 Principles of Human Resource Development
SHP1313 Introduction to Industrial Psychology
SHD1513 Principles of Management
SHC1123 Principles of Financial Accounting
SHP1333 Communication Skills
ULT1022 Islamic and Asian Civilisation

Year 1 Semester 2:

SHP1323 Industrial Counseling
SHP1343 Principles of Human Resource Planning
SHP1363 Basic Principles in Malaysian Law
SHD1213 Introduction to Finance
SHD1523 Organisational Behaviour
UHS1152 Ethnic Relations
UHB1412 English for Academic Communication

Year 2 Semester 1:
SHP1353Statistics for Social Science
SHP2323 Instructional Technology System
SHP2353 Training Needs Analysis
SHP2423 Negotiation Techniques
SHD2513 Human Resource Management
UHS2092 Professional Ethics
UQX1XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:

SHP2303 Fundamentals of Research Methodology
SHP2333 Programme Evaluation
SHP2363 Skills for Trainers
SHP2343 Principles of Training Design
SHP2XX3 Department Elective
ULT2XX2 General Elective (PPIPS)
UHB2422 Advanced English for Academic Communication

Short Semester:

SHP2414 Industrial Training

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHP3303 Practicum
SHP3313 Adult Learning
SHP3323 Career Development
SHP3363 Training Management
SHP3423 Human Resource Information System
UHB3XX2 English Elective
UQX2XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHP3373 Organisational Development
SHP3383 Industrial Relations Law
SHP3433 Occupational Safety and Health
SHP3533 Academic Exercise
SHP3XX3 Department Elective

Electives (Year 2):
SHP2373 Industrial Supervisory
SHP2383 Interpersonal Communication
SHP2393 Behaviour and Behaviour Modification
SHP2403 Performance Management

Electives (Year 3):
SHP3393 Cross-Cultural Management
SHP3403 Crisis Management
SHD3583 Business Strategy
SHD2613 Technology a

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Programme Objectives

The objectives of the program are as follows:

  1. Apply basic knowledge, skills and abilities in planning, analyzing, managing, and developing human resource.

  2. Become practitioners who are capable of functioning as researchers, organization's change agents, training need analyst, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.

  3. Recognize, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.

  4. Communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences Respond and adapt readily to changing environments, and to continue learning independently

Program structures and features, curriculum and award requirements

The course is offered on full-time mode and is based on 2 semester academic session. The subjects are distributed and sequenced according to the level of knowledge i.e basic to advance. Assessment is based on formative and summative evaluation conducted throughout the semester.

Award requirements:

To graduate student should:

  • Attain a total of not less than 128 credit hours with minimum CPA of 2.0
  • Pass Industrial Training (equivalent to 12 credit hours)
  • Complete and pass the undergraduate reserch project (6 credit hours

Study Scheme by Semester

Year 1

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 1013 Teknologi Komunikasi Untuk Latihan
Communication Technology in Training
3 SHAR 1033 Statistik Sains Sosial
Statistics for Social Science
3
SHAR 1023 Reka Bentuk Latihan
Instructional Design
3 SHAR 1043 Pembangunan Prestasi
Performance Development
3
SHAC 1013 Undang-undang Hubungan Industri
Industrial Relations Law
3 SHAR 1053 Hubungan Pekerjaan
Employment Relations
3
SHAD 1033 Kaunseling Industri
Industrial Counseling
3 SHAD 1043 Pembangunan Kerjaya
Career Development
3
UICI 1012 Asas Pengurusan Kewangan
Basic of Financial Management
2 ULAB 1122 Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Management
2
UKQX 1xx1 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Human Ko-Kurikulum Co-Curriculum
1 UHAS 1172/
UHAS 1162
Advanced Academic English Skills 2
Total Credits 15 Total Credits 16

Year 2

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 2013 Teknologi Komunikasi Untuk Latihan
Communication Technology in Training
3 SHAR 2053 Statistik Sains Sosial
Statistics for Social Science
3
SHAR 2023 Reka Bentuk Latihan
Instructional Design
3 SHAR 2063 Pembangunan Prestasi
Performance Development
3
SHAR 2033 Undang-undang Hubungan Industri
Industrial Relations Law
3 SHAR 2073 Hubungan Pekerjaan
Employment Relations
3
SHAR 2043 Kaunseling Industri
Industrial Counseling
3 SHAR 2083 Pembangunan Kerjaya
Career Development
3
SHAD 2113 Asas Pengurusan Kewangan
Basic of Financial Management
3 SHAD 2023 Pengurusan Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Management
3
UICI 2022 Sains, Teknologi dan Manusia
Science, Technology and Human
2 ULAB 2122 Advanced Academic English Skills 2
UKQX 1xx1 Ko-Kurikulum
Co-Curriculum
1      
Total Credits 18 Total Credits 17

Year 3

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 3013 Penilaian Program
Program Evaluation
3 SHAR 3042 Projek Sarjana Muda (Cadangan)
Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
2
SHAR 3023 Sistem Maklumat Sumber Manusia
Human Resource Information System
3 SHAR 3053 Keselamatan dan Kesihatan di Tempat Kerja
Safety and Health at Work
3
SHAR 3033 Pengenalan Kaedah Penyelidikan
Introduction to Research Methods
3 SHAR 3063 Pembangunan Organisasi
Organizational Development
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif I
Elective I
3 SHAR 3xx3 Elektif III
Elective III
3
SHAR 3xx3 Elektif II
Elective II
3 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Pembangunan Insaniah / Globalisasi)
General Elective (Human Development /Globalization)
2
ULAB 3162 English for Professional Purposes 2 Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Inovasi & Kreativiti)
General Elective (Innovation & Creativity)
2
      Uxxx xxx2 Elektif Umum (Keusahawanan)
General Elective (Entrepreneurship)
2
Total Credits 17 Total Credits 17

Year 4

 
SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2
Code Subject Credit Code Subject Credit
SHAR 4014 Projek Sarjana Muda (Laporan)
Undergraduate Project (Report)
  SHAR 4028 Latihan Industri (Praktikal)
Industrial Training (Practical)
8
SHAD 2013 Keusahawanan
Entrepreneurship
  SHAR 4034 Latihan Industri (Laporan)
Industrial Training (Report)
4
SHAY 3043 Modifikasi Tingkahlaku
Behavior Modification
       
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif IV
Elective IV
       
SHAR 4xx3 Elektif V
Elective V
       
Total Credits16     12
TOTAL CREDITS 128

Career Prospects and Career Paths

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning

Cross Campus and Outreach Programs

Students are given an opportunity to enrol in participating universities. The grades and up to 1/3 of the total credits are transferable. At the moment, local universities that are offering similar programme participate in this program. Every year the university is organizing visit to foreign higher institute of learning and students are encouraged to participate at a subsidised cost.

UTM Degree ++ Program

Students are encouraged to enrol in certificate programs offered by the university during weekends and semester breaks.

Facilities available

List of Facilities:

  1. Smart Classroom 1 to 12
  2. Language Digital Laboratories (5)
  3. Computer Lab
  4. Library
  5. Lecture Theatres
  6. Resource Room
  7. Students activity room
  8. E-learning
  9. Internet/WIFI
  10. Cafeteria
  11. Reading and discussion tables

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 Program Objectives:

  1. To produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities in planning, analyzing, managing, and developing human resource.
  2. To produce graduates who are competent as researchers, organization's change agents, training need analysts, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.
  3. To produce graduates who are able to recognize, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.
  4. To produce graduates who are able to communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences.
  5. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing environments, and to continue learning independently.


Career prospects:

Graduates of this program will be able to work as:

  • Human resource executives, trainers, research officers in public and private sectors
  • Chief learning officers (CLO) in multinational corporations
  • Consultants in human resource development and training
  • Academicians and researchers in institutions of higher learning


Curriculum:

Year 1 Semester 1:
SHR1013 Principles of HRD
SHR1023 Basics of Financial Acc
SHD1513 Princ. of Management
SHR1033 Adult Learning
UHS 1152 Ethnic Relations
UQR 1xx1 Co-Curriculum

Year 1 Semester 2:
SHR1043 Human Resource Planning
SHR1053 Training Needs Assessment
SHR1063 Org. Communication
SHD1523 Organizational Behavior
UHB1412 English For Academic Communication
ULT1022 TITAS

Year 2 Semester 1:
SHR2073 Basics of Financial Management
SHR2083 Communication Tech. in Training
SHR2093 Instructional Design
SHR2103 Industrial Relations Law
SHR2113 Industrial Counseling
UHS2092 Professional Ethics
UQR2xxl Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:
SHR2123 Statistic for Social Science
SHR2133 Performance Development
SHR2143 Industrial Relations
SHR2153 Career Development
UHB2422 Advance English for Academic Com.
SHD2513 Human Resource Management

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHR3163 Program Evaluation
SHR3173 Human Resource Information System
SHR3183 Intro. Research Methods
SHx3XX3 Elective I
SHx3XX3 Elective II
UHB3XX2 English (Elective)

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHR3212 Undergraduate Project (Proposal)
SHR3193 Occupational Safety And Health
SHR3203 Organizational Development
SHx3XX3 Elective III
ULT2132 Islam and Current Issues
UHS3042 Human Development
UUX3xx2 Elective University

Year 4 Semester 1:
SHR4224 Undergraduate Project (Report)
SHD2413 Entrepreneurship
SHY4033 Behavior Modification
SHx4XX3 Elective IV
SHx4XX3 Elective V

Year 4 Semester 2:
SHR 4238 Industrial Training (Practical)
SHR 4244 Industrial Training (Report)



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This 3-year program is designed to produce competent graduates in the area of human resource development especially in meeting the needs of the industry.


Program Objectives:

  1. To produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities in planning, analysing, managing and developing human resource.
  2. To produce graduates who are competent as researchers, organisation change agents, training need analysts, programme designers, managers, instructors, and administrators.
  3. To produce graduates who are able to recognise, explore, and use a broad range of ideas and practices as well as think logically and creatively.
  4. To produce graduates who are able to communicate and negotiate effectively across different cultures and audiences.
  5. To produce graduates who are able to respond and adapt readily to changing environments and to continue learning independently.


Career prospects: Graduates of the programme can work as human resource development manager, training needs analyst, programme designer, HRD meterials developer, instructor/facilitator, career development advisor, administrator, programme evaluator, researcher and entrepreneur.

Curriculum:
Year 1 Semester 1:
SHP1303 Principles of Human Resource Development
SHP1313 Introduction to Industrial Psychology
SHD1513 Principles of Management
SHC1123 Principles of Financial Accounting
SHP1333 Communication Skills
ULT1022 Islamic and Asian Civilisation

Year 1 Semester 2:

SHP1323 Industrial Counseling
SHP1343 Principles of Human Resource Planning
SHP1363 Basic Principles in Malaysian Law
SHD1213 Introduction to Finance
SHD1523 Organisational Behaviour
UHS1152 Ethnic Relations
UHB1412 English for Academic Communication

Year 2 Semester 1:
SHP1353Statistics for Social Science
SHP2323 Instructional Technology System
SHP2353 Training Needs Analysis
SHP2423 Negotiation Techniques
SHD2513 Human Resource Management
UHS2092 Professional Ethics
UQX1XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 2 Semester 2:

SHP2303 Fundamentals of Research Methodology
SHP2333 Programme Evaluation
SHP2363 Skills for Trainers
SHP2343 Principles of Training Design
SHP2XX3 Department Elective
ULT2XX2 General Elective (PPIPS)
UHB2422 Advanced English for Academic Communication

Short Semester:

SHP2414 Industrial Training

Year 3 Semester 1:
SHP3303 Practicum
SHP3313 Adult Learning
SHP3323 Career Development
SHP3363 Training Management
SHP3423 Human Resource Information System
UHB3XX2 English Elective
UQX2XX1 Co-Curriculum

Year 3 Semester 2:
SHP3373 Organisational Development
SHP3383 Industrial Relations Law
SHP3433 Occupational Safety and Health
SHP3533 Academic Exercise
SHP3XX3 Department Elective

Electives (Year 2):
SHP2373 Industrial Supervisory
SHP2383 Interpersonal Communication
SHP2393 Behaviour and Behaviour Modification
SHP2403 Performance Management

Electives (Year 3):
SHP3393 Cross-Cultural Management
SHP3403 Crisis Management
SHD3583 Business Strategy
SHD2613 Technology and Economic Development