Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resource Management)
1.0 Programme Description
The Bachelor of Business Administration Program will provide a three-year full time; day, evening and weekend programmes of intensive study for students wishing to earn a Business Administration degree from Cavendish University Uganda. This degree is an appropriate goal for students who want to acquire extensive skills and knowledge in business and management. Beyond such acquisition, CUU designs the programmes to transform its students to graduates with a formidable capacity to solve complex business problems with enormous creativity and innovation.
The blend of the course content will expose the student to international business outlook while maintaining focus on the Ugandan context. The packaging of the programme is in keeping with CUU’s devotion to offer “British education with a local touch” – enabling its graduates to be all-round in shaping their business environments to their unique advantage.
Students are empowered to possess integrated skills and knowledge in, inter alia, Accounting, Marketing, Procurement and Logistics Management, Human Resource Management, Business Computing, Commerce, Banking and Finance. Degree classes are scheduled for daytime, evening and weekend programmes to allow students to either further their education while maintaining current employment or study full-time.
2.0 Programme Objectives
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.
3.0 Programme Learning Outcomes At the end of the BBA programme, the learners are expected to have:
- Enhanced critical thinking, analytical and interpersonal abilities necessary for the increasingly diverse society and the global economy.
- Have sufficient professional-specific skills and knowledge to make an immediate contribution to the organization in which they are hired.
- Enhanced potential to be future entrepreneurs, who discover new markets and customers, launch new products, deal with competition, and formulate strategic business plans and marketing strategies.
- Identify and invoke mechanisms for the stimulation of creative thinking in the business setting;
- Analyze business situations and problems by applying conceptual frameworks drawn from Business and Management Modules in the programme.
- Carry out and act upon self-appraisal and reflective thinking, in the areas of creativity, teamwork, leadership and problem solving in a business setting.
- Have a foundation of professionally-specific skills and knowledge, on which to base the process of continuous professional development.
|COURSE CODE||COURSE NAME|
|YEAR I||SEMESTER I|
|BBA 113||Business administration|
|BBA 112||Micro economics|
|BMC 111||Business communication skills|
|BIT 110||Information systems and technologies|
|BBA 115||Financial Accounting|
|BBA 116||Business Statistics|
|ENG 111||English 1|
|YEAR I||SEMESTER II|
|BBBA 121||Cost Accounting and Budgeting|
|BBA 122||Quantitative Methods for Business|
|BBA 123||Business Environment|
|BBA 124||Principles of Marketing|
|BBA 125||Business Law|
|BBA 127||English II|
|YEAR II||SEMESTER I|
|BBA 211||Managerial accounting|
|BBA 212||Leadership and corporate governance|
|BBA 213||Entrepreneurship skills development|
|HRM 213||Industrial psychology|
|BBA 215||Human resource management|
|BBA 216||Organizational behavior|
|YEAR II||SEMESTER II|
|HRM 221||Principles of management|
|HRM 222||Conflict and dispute resolution|
|HRM 223||Employment and labour relations|
|BHRM 224||Bargaining and negotiation|
|RSC 001||Research methodology|
|HRM 225||Human resource training and development|
|YEAR III||SEMESTER I|
|HRM 311||Human Resource Information Systems|
|HRM 312||Benefits and Compensation|
|HRM 313||Organizational Environment Management|
|HRM 314||Human resource policies management|
|BBA 313||Operations management|
|BBA 311||Project planning and management|
|YEAR III||SEMESTER II|
|HRM 321||Career planning and counselling|
|BBA 322||Strategic management|
|BBA 324||Managing change in organization|
|HRM 326||Occupation health and safety|
|BBA 325||Business Ethics|
|BBA 326||Research Report|