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Bachelor Degree in Administration Studies in South Africa
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The B. Admin degree in HRM is a reconfigured structure of the B. Admin degree in the Public Sector HRM programme and aims to develop skilled people-managers who can serve both the private and public sectors. The aim of the programme is to introduce educational opportunities that will provide learners with advanced knowledge of human behavior,
The Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource Management is an undergraduate qualification that provides an overview of management practice in a national and international context.
The purpose of the Bachelor of Human Resource Management is to equip graduates with an in-depth grounding in human resource management (HRM) knowledge, theory, principles, and skills so that they can contribute to the multifunctional, multinational public and business sectors, confidently executing analytical, interpretive, strategic and integrative skills.
With a BCom in Logistics Management, you can have a career as a Logistics Manager, Consultant, Production Manager. The Honours programme focuses on core aspects of logistics management, logistics decision support systems, supply chain management and business resource planning systems. Students also have a choice of modules to study as well as quantitative logistics and project management. Students are required to take Research Methodology to assist them in conducting research for the assignments in each subject.
The aim of the qualification is to develop the student’s applied and cognitive competencies in the acquisition, interpretation, understanding, and applications of logistics principles. The student should be able to analyze and explain strategic decisions in the context of a logistics operations unit or company, and to assess and interpret the external impact of decisions.
The BTech / BCom Degree is designed to expose students to strategic issues within the organization by focusing on Advanced Strategic Management, Advanced Industrial Relations, Advanced Management of Training, Advanced Personnel Management, Organizational Behavior and Research Methodology. The Honours programme design and content ensure a combination of theoretical depth and advanced practical application, as well as honing specific performance enhancement skills.
The aim of the qualification is to develop the student’s applied and cognitive competencies in the acquisition, interpretation, understanding, and applications of operations management. The student should be able to analyze and explain operations management decisions in the context of an operations unit or company and to assess and interpret the external impact of decisions.