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Human Resource Management

DT332

Programme Description

People are at the heart of every business, meaning that a high-performing HRM function is one of the keys to business success. Mixing theory and practice, this programme offers you the opportunity for in-depth study of human resource management, organisations and the management of work, while at the same time working towards a professional level of membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

Covering topics such as organisational change, performance management, training and development, and employment law, this part-time programme is designed to develop high performing HRM practitioners that can develop and implement innovative and strategic HRM solutions that will drive organisational performance. The programme design aligns to the key HRM professional competency areas as designated by the CIPD.

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In addition to the focus on Human Resource Management knowledge and skills, the course provides a broad-based business management education. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of human resources within a business environment both nationally and internationally.

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Why study HRM at TU Dublin?

• Develop your knowledge, competencies and skills to function as an effective HRM professional.
• Develop an advanced level of knowledge related to HRM functions, processes and strategies.
• Benefit from skills based teaching that helps you apply your learning to real HRM situations.
• Gain professional membership of the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.
• TU Dublin School of Management is a CIPD Approved Centre and Education Provider.  
• Opportunity to gain advanced entry to the programme by building on your previous qualifications.

Who Should Apply?

The Part-time B.Sc. Human Resource Management is ideal for learners seeking to initiate or develop their careers as human resource professionals or line managers with people management or devolved HR responsibilities as part of their role.

Entry Requirements

  • Applicants should have a Leaving Certificate with passes in not less than six subjects, two of which should be at Grade C3 or better on higher level papers. A minimum of two years commercial or relevant working experience is highly desirable.
  • The programme operates a Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) scheme meaning applicants with substantial work experience at an appropriate level but who do not have the minimum qualifications may be accepted.

  • Applicants with a degree or equivalent qualification may be granted exemptions on a module-by-module basis from year one and year two. However there are no exemptions available for CIPD modules.

Module Listing

HRM Module List

Student Testimonials

Paul Woods B.Sc. Human Resource Management (DT332)

Having previously gained a qualification in Languages and Business Studies and worked abroad for seven years, I returned to Ireland to further my education.

From the outset of my search for a suitable course, the subjects covered on the BSc. (Hons) in HRM stood out as they offered a good mix of human resources and business subjects. The small class size allowed for more constructive discussions and enabled you to get to know your lecturers, who were always happy to make time and offer assistance in any way possible.

The diversity of students combined with differing experiences and roles, presented us with alternative methods of dealing with issues that arise from our daily dealing with people, be it as a manager or as a human resources specialist. While I enjoyed the many discussions that took place, the seminar days helped to engrain the theories learned. This was done by offering us an opportunity to put into practice the skills we were acquiring.

The four years made me realise the importance of the HR function and the necessity for everyday line managers to be aware of their responsibilities to both employer and employee alike.

The BSc. in HRM gave me the confidence to challenge myself and step outside my comfort zone. As I will shortly be moving on to a postgraduate qualification, I can look back at these four years as the perfect foundation for my continued professional development.