Cavendish Uganda

Bachelor of Business Administration - Human Resource Management

What does it take to be a good HRM? People skills are useful, and a gift of the gab. It also helps to have good networks and a rich contact base. Studying at Cavendish University Uganda will offer all this and more. You will make friendships that will last a lifetime, and connections that will boost your career. Plus, you will graduate with a top notch degree.

The Bachelor of Business Administration Program will provide a three-year, full time, day, evening and weekend programme of intensive study for students wishing to earn a Business Administration degree with a focus on Human Resource Management. The blend of course content will expose the student to an international business outlook while maintaining focus on the Ugandan context.

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Course Overview

Career objective

The BBA programme is designed to enable the student to:

  • Acquire knowledge of the nature and structure of the modern business organisation, the nature of enterprise, the role of profit and the critical managerial functions that contribute to the total operation of a business.
  • Acquire knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for the planning and development of an organisation’s human resources (HR); and how they contribute to organisational objectives and requirements.
  • Understand and discuss the major decisions areas and the important concepts used in financial accounting and management.
  • Internalise the principal concepts, frameworks and techniques of strategic management as a backbone for generating options for strategic business judgment.
  • Acquire sufficient capacity to satisfy strategic planning needs of enterprises to achieve their marketing objectives.
  • Understand micro and macro-economic principles and theories and apply them to solve complex real life situations.

Programme structure

COURSE CODECOURSE NAME
YEAR ISEMESTER I
BBA112 Microeconomics
BBA113 Business Administration
BJC110 Communication Skills and Learning Skills for Employability
BIT110 Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies
BBA115 Financial Accounting
BBA116 Basic Statistics
YEAR ISEMESTER II
BBA121 Cost Accounting and Budgeting
BBA122 Quantitative Methods for Business
BAC123 Intermediate Accounting
BBA123 Macroeconomics
BBA124 Principles of Marketing
BBA125 Business Law
YEAR IISEMESTER I
BBA211 Managerial Accounting
BBF211 Financial Reporting and Analysis
BBA213 Entrepreneurship and e-commerce
BAC215 Auditing I
BBA215 Human Resource Management
BBA216 Operations Management
YEAR IISEMESTER II
BBA221 Strategic Management
BBA223 Taxation I
BBF222 Financial Management
BBA224 Business Ethics
RSC001 Research Methodology
BBA226 Practicum
YEAR IIISEMESTER I (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)
BBA311 Principles of Management
HRM311 Human Resource Information System
HRM312 Benefits and Compensation
HRM313 Organisational Environment Management
HRM314 Human Resource Policy and Management
HRM315 Human Resource Training and Development
YEAR IIISEMESTER II
BBA322 Project Planning and Management
BBA324 Managing Change in Organisations
HRM321 Career Planning and Counselling
HRM322 Occupational Health and Safety
HRM325 Industrial Psychology
BBA326 Research Project

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Faculty of Business and Management

Faculty of Business and Management

Faculty of Business and Management