PROGRAM STRUCTURE

This program is comprised of 13 courses @ 3-credit hours; 6 of which are foundation, 4 core, 3 optional from a number of alternative courses and a project or dissertation equivalent to 6-credit hours. The break-up of the program is given below:

6 (six) Foundation Courses @3 CH

4 (four) Core Courses @3 CH

3 (three) Optional Courses @3 CH

Dissertation/Project @3 CH


18 Credits

12 Credits

09 Credits

03 Credits

 

 

Total 42 Credits

COURSES OF MIHRM PROGRAM 

MIHRM COURSES
Code Foundation Courses (6 Courses) Credit
MIHRM 501 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management 3
MIHRM 502 Training and Development 3
MIHRM 503 Organization Design and Development 3
MIHRM 504 Compensation and Benefits Management 3
MIHRM 505 Performance Appraisal Management 3
MIHRM 506 Employee Relations and Employment Laws 3
Code Core Courses (4 Courses) Credit
MIHRM 601 Leadership and Change Management 3
MIHRM 602 Global Talent and Human Capital Management 3
MIHRM 603 Cross-Cultural Management 3
MIHRM 604 Integrated Human Resource & Information System 3
Code Optional Courses (Any 3 Courses) Credit
MIHRM 701 Human Resource Planning 3
MIHRM 702 Strategic Management 3
MIHRM 703 Strategic Human Resource Management 3
MIHRM 704 International Human Resource Management 3
MIHRM 705 Conflict Management and Negotiation 3
MIHRM 706 Research Methods in Human Resource Management 3
MIHRM 707 Diversity Management in Global Business 3
MIHRM 708 Organization Behavior 3
MIHRM 709 Accounting for Managerial Control 3
MIHRM 710 Employability Skills for Managerial Success 3
MIHRM 711 Core-Competencies for HR Professionals 3
MIHRM 712 Principles of Management 3
MIHRM 713 Industrial Relations 3
MIHRM 714 Industrial Safety and Health 3
MIHRM 715 Cases in Human Resource Management 3
MIHRM 716 HRM Practices in Bangladesh 3
MIHRM 717 Entrepreneurship Development 3
MIHRM 718 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 3

DISSERTATION/PROJECT


Each student will have to complete dissertation or a project of 3-credit hour under the supervision of a course teacher. Students who are in service may submit organization-consulting project (OCP) in their own organizations. This project will provide opportunity to the students to apply their knowledge and skills developed during the program. The project usually will be of 3 to 4 months duration. This work experience helps them develop their technical, personal and key transferable skills while they gain a detailed insight into the dynamics of a particular business sector. In addition to academic supervision, project/ dissertation may also be guided by an on-the-job mentor. The academic guide and the mentor may jointly monitor the progress of the students. Evaluation of academic supervisor/mentor will be considered in determining students’ grades.