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BSc (Hons) HRM & Leadership

BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management & Leadership programme (final year) is an innovative undergraduate degree programme which builds upon your prior study as a progression towards the degree. The programme is delivered over 12 months commencing with an induction in Sri Lanka by Northumbria University lecturers to introduce students to the learning resources, tutors, modules and assessment. Students are required to complete four modules and a research dissertation supported by tutors from the university and locally.

Course Details

  • Duration : One academic year
  • Awarding body : Northumbria University - UK
  • Intakes : June / November
  • Lectures : Saturdays
  • Academic Year : 2018

Entry Requirements

  • BMS – GDM / HND
  • IBSL – DBF / DABF 4 core subjects
  • CIMA – Managerial Level
  • CIM – Professional Diploma
  • ACCA – Knowledge and Skills
  • NIBM – Higher Diploma
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This module aims to develop students’ critical knowledge and understanding of how people resourcing and development can add value to enhance organisational effectiveness and sustainability. The module will explore the effective integration of People Resourcing and Development in managing the interests of stakeholders in the development, design, delivery and evaluation of the People Resourcing and Development strategies and processes within an organisational context.

In this module, you will study the nature of leadership and the differences between leadership and management. You will develop an appreciation of the characteristics of an effective leader and capabilities which may indicate evidence of an emerging capacity for leadership in a business/ organisational setting. This will support your future employability by developing your understanding of leadership theory and models as well providing you with the opportunity to reflect on how you may use this knowledge to appreciate your own leadership potential and develop your capacity for effective leadership in future employment roles.

Re-imagining work and organisations aim to explore recent and anticipated events in the development of management practice. While it is based on organisation-based theory and frameworks, it also examines new and emerging structures and processes in the business world and in a changing work environment. This may include for example: new organisational structures, responsible business and sustainability, power and influence, stakeholder interest and value.This module will support the development of key knowledge and skills, which are seen as important to successful management practice and effective leadership. It seeks to help you engage in critical analysis and reflection from an ethical and professional standpoint, to developing awareness of evidence-based practice, to applying concepts, tools and techniques to your own work or case organisation.

This module is intended to develop your awareness and critical evaluation of strategic management by assessing the impact of the business environment on organisations. The nature of practicing strategy will be evaluated by reviewing tools and activities involved when formulating strategies. The concept of corporate social responsibility and sustainability will be central when discussing the above topics through assessing the role of stakeholders in organisations.

  • 1,500-word research proposal worth 20% of the module mark.
  • 10,000-word research report with a 1,000-word executive summary worth 80% of the module mark.
This module is designed to promote personal development and a range of inter-personal, intellectual and practical (functional) skills based around and demonstrated through an individually negotiated dissertation that will be of benefit to you and/or your employing organisation. The integrative project will draw on your learning from each of the programme’s level 6 (final year) modules. It will focus on a contemporary HRM/ business/ leadership issue and seek to develop research and leadership skills in considering the wider implications of this issue for the organisation.The dissertation will focus on a HRM or business and management topic and seek to develop skills in the diagnosis of problems, research and analysis, development of strategies to address problems, and techniques of presentation. You will demonstrate that appropriate ethical, commercial confidentiality and data protection issues are taken into consideration. You will be expected to reflect on the learning derived from carrying out the project.