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Human Resource Management Course Learning Outcomes
Course Code Title Learning Outcomes
HRMT3321 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CLO1 Explain the importance of human resources and their effective management in organizations
CLO2 Demonstrate a basic understanding of different tools used in forecasting and planning human resource needs
CLO3 Describe the meanings of terminology and tools used in managing employees effectively
CLO4 Record governmental regulations affecting employees and employers
CLO5 Analyze the key issues related to administering the human elements such as motivation, compensation, appraisal, career planning, diversity, ethics, and training
HRMT3331 RECRUITMENT, PLACEMENT AND STAFFING CLO1 Outline the current theory and practice of recruitment and selection. This includes but is not limited to the supply of human resources and the advantages and disadvantages of external and internal recruiting
CLO2 Analyze the role of recruitment and selection in relation to the organization’s business and HRM objectives in a Saudi Arabian context. This includes demonstrating the appropriate use of job descriptions, application forms and related staffing tools such as internet recruiting
CLO3 Demonstrate the ability to prepare a selection strategy for a specific job. This includes researching the different interview processes and the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of interviews and the preparation of employment offers
CLO4 Research the advantages and disadvantages of induction processes for new incumbents in a role 
CLO5 Outline and discuss the current legal and ethical requirements of the recruitment and selection process and illustrate how these impacts on the process
HRMT3332 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CLO1 Create a cost-benefit analysis of training
CLO2 Explain the organizational, societal and individual costs and benefits of training and development
CLO3 Develop, analyze and apply advanced training strategies and specifications for the delivery of training programs
CLO4 Describe appropriate implementation, monitoring and assessment procedures of training
CLO5 Demonstrate appropriate implementation, monitoring and assessment procedures of training
CLO6 List training and development needs for the 21st century
CLO7 Evaluate training programs using appropriate design and data collection procedure
HRMT3333 ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE CLO1 Define, describe  how to support and/or control change and Initiate and respond to change
CLO2 Explain how to implement change: Cultural Change, Change in Emergency, Crisis Management, Plan for change and manage the process, programs and projects of organizational change, and describe change classification frameworks
CLO3 Analyze, explain change in a cultural context and summarize the causes and context of change
CLO4 Assess, interpret the role of resistance and commitment in relation to change, propose change strategies for enhancing organizational development, and facilitate change implementation
CLO5 Explain, evaluate  the main theories and practices of Organizational Development
CLO6 Identify, interpret, diagnose organizational needs for development and change, recommend and implement development solutions to organizational problems, and discuss alternative development interventions and how organizations can benefit from these interventions
CLO7 Develop, design models of organizational change through case studies providing the necessary skills and methodologies
HRMT3334 NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CLO1 Outline the nature and sources of conflict and explain the different strategies and approaches used in the resolution of conflict 
CLO2 Explain best practice mediation and negotiation processes and describe the role of the mediator in ensuring a successful outcome to these processes
CLO3 Explain what is meant by the term ADR (alternative disputes resolution) and identify the different forms ADR can take
CLO4 Demonstrate the ability to use conflict resolution skills in practical situations (p)
CLO5 Research and evaluate the different strategies to be used in cross-cultural negotiation and mediation situations
HRMT4322 HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM CLO1 Explain the purpose of Human Resources Information System and how it facilitates HR Program
CLO2 Justify how each area of Human Resources Information System interrelates with each other and how crucial proper design and management are to the success of the system
CLO3 Develop HRIS software with a focus on Recruitment, Selection, Performance Management, Employee Tracking, Payroll, and Employee Separation
CLO4 Analyze alternative strategies for the acquisition/training/development/career management/separation of human resources and correctly match them to appropriate business utilizing HRIS system
CLO5 Demonstrate; apply various HR methods to assess and “fit” an organizational environment and communicate clearly, concisely and correctly using analyzed systematic data
CLO6 Apply systematic approaches to solve problems and produce reports for management decision-making, strategic planning, and operational excellence
CLO7 Assemble, organize, document, and report information using the appropriate technology and information systems
HRMT4333 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS   CLO1 State the significance of employee benefits to both employers and employees 
CLO2 Evaluate a benefits package that supports the organization’s strategy in line with HRM cost-containment policies and practices and Recommend actions based on results of the compensation analysis and design compensation schemes that are cost effective, that increase productivity of the work force, and comply with the legal framework
CLO3 Explain their understanding of the administrative complexities of providing a full array of benefits to employees and the ways and means of delivering these benefits
CLO4 Appraise a job-based compensation scheme that is consistent with organizational goals, mission and values, and at the same time linked to the labor market
CLO5 Interpret a market comparison as part of compensation analysis
HRMT4334 RESEARCH METHODS IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CLO1 Describe different research philosophies
CLO2 Differentiate regular checklists and progress of student research projects including step-by-step practical guidance on the process
CLO3 Analyze detailed chapters on choosing research topic
CLO4 Evaluate the literature, research design, access and ethics, data collection and analysis, and writing and presenting
CLO5 Demonstrate the use and application of research software, such as SPSS, Microsoft excel spread sheet to analyze data
CLO6 Research the internet more efficiently and effectively for information
HRMT4335 STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CLO1 Explain the feasibility and nature of the link between business strategy and HR strategy
CLO2 Outline the key areas of Strategic Human Resource Management including commitment and engagement, organizational design, performance management, learning and development, international HR practices, and organizational culture
CLO3 Describe key aspects of forecasting the human resources needs of an organization
CLO4 Appraise the job analysis procedure and competency audit required for strategic HRM
CLO5 Outline motivational techniques and feedback strategies that help employees reach professional and organizational goals
CLO6 Evaluate the basic principles to manage and motivate employees using strategic HRM principles and practices
HRMT4336 PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL MANAGEMENT CLO1 Define the concept of performance management and outline its role in contemporary organizations
CLO2 Explain the importance of the performance management system in enhancing employee performance
CLO3 Compare and contrast the different techniques involved in the performance appraisal process, for example, the giving and receiving of feedback
CLO4 Demonstrate the ability to use different performance management techniques, for example, coaching, mentoring, career development
CLO5 Define and discuss the appropriate policies and practices involved the performance discipline process
HRMT4337 LABOUR RELATIONS AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN HRM CLO1 Demonstrate an understanding of the essential theories, models and practices of legal and ethical issues and how these are related to developing organizational policies, procedures and practices
CLO2 Analyze core issues, policies and practices surrounding employee relations and legal issues
CLO3 Describe the best practices and legal implications of core HR practices relating to recruitment and selection, induction, career development, performance assessment and feedback, retaining valued employees and separation
CLO4 Summarize the variety of forms that conflict in work organizations take with emphasis on conflict of interest
CLO5 Differentiate between cooperation and management of conflict within an organization and provide strategic policies relating to the changes that occur in employer-employee relations
CLO6 Analyze the notion of partnership as an employee relations strategy and the importance of the interrelationship principles, practices and processes
CLO7 Assess the manner in which good employee relations and communications can contribute to business goals and how employee assistance programs can help resolve personal problems that usually interfere with job performance
HRMT4338 HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING CLO1 State the importance of Human Resource function in planning and staffing organizational manpower requirements
CLO2 Explain fundamental concepts, principles, techniques and judgment in supply-demand forecasting and supply programs in determining HR planning
CLO3 Evaluate strategies to integrate human resources planning with the strategic initiatives of senior management to achieve overall business objectives
CLO4 Summarize the role of HR planning in functions such as training and development, compensation and benefits programs, payroll, performance management and health and safety at work
CLO5 Appraise succession plans and critical staffing objectives and evaluate the complexities of downsizing issues and the role of HR planning in the process of downsizing
CLO6 Analyze global issues and how these affect HR planning
HRMT4339 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CLO1 Recognize, outline, and illustrate the enduring global contexts of International HRM
CLO2 Explain; differentiate the Context of Cross-border Alliances and SMEs
CLO3 Develop, prepare staffing international operations for sustained global growth, recruiting and selecting staff for international assignments
CLO4 Evaluate, interpret issues of international training, development and compensation
CLO5 Demonstrate; appraise the implications of IHRM in the Host Country Context
CLO6 Interpret; analyze the International Industrial Relation issues and performance management
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