Here Are The Human Resources Courses At Unisa

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Human Resources (HR) is a qualification that plays a vital role in an organisation. This department deals with the recruitment of staff members and other aspects of ensuring that employees are well integrated into the work environment. 

 


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To be an HR professional, you need to have a qualification that can be obtained through studying either at a public or private institution.

At the University of South Africa (Unisa), there are undergraduate and postgraduate courses in this profession, such as those provided below on the following list:

  • Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resource Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Labour Relations Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Development
  • Master's and doctoral degrees

Unisa’s Department of Human Resource Management said it does not offer direct specialised Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

However, students who wish to enrol for a Master’s degree may apply to register for the MCom (Business Management). 

Is said that this is a research-based qualification and students have the freedom to choose any topic in an area related to business management, including human resource management, labour relations management, and human resource development.


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