Case Studies in Human Resource Management - DPS 51116
|DPS 51116||36 hours|
HR Students must take this course instead of Professional Edge Seminars to be eligible for the CPHR exam waiver.
Human Resource practitioners face tough business problems and must avert potential harm to their organization by providing fail-safe solutions. This course will examine a variety of contemporary human resource management issues and situations, and examine best practice strategies. The course is the capstone course within the Human Resource Management Diploma Program, and includes a project that draws on all the key knowledge domains and competencies.
This is the capstone course in the Human Resource Management Program. The University recommends that students take this course as one of the final components of their diploma requirements.
On completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Develop solutions to various human resource management issues using established analytic and problem-solving techniques;
- Integrate knowledge from all the human resource management disciplines (such as recruitment, training, compensation, etc.) into the decision-making process;
- Implement best practice approaches to human resource management and learn from the challenges and pitfalls of real-life situations;
- Apply human resource analytic techniques to gather data and measure performance outcomes.