Duration of The Programme
The Msc HRD programme is a master programme by coursework over a minimum duration of 24 months, which is equivalent to 6 semesters of study.
SCIENCE IN HUMAN
The Faculty of Cognitive Sciences and Human Development currently offers a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Human Resource Development (HRD). The MSc HRD degree is designed for professionals who seek advanced knowledge, skills and confidence in the areas of human resource development and management. Students examine various aspects related to learning and instructional design processes; theories, models, adult learning and strategies. Students are given opportunities to think critically and reflect on current issues and trends of human resource management and development for application in their workplace.
The Msc HRD programme consists of taught coursework (lectures, assignments and assessments) and research paper, A minimum of 42 credits of study and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0 is required for the reward of the degree.
A unique feature of Msc HRD programme is the inclusion of courses on cognition, human behaviour and information technology knowledge which can be used to facilitate organisational learning. In addition, students will attend sharing sessions with the university's Alumni and practitioners in various industries that will enrich their learning experiences.
A Bachelor degree with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent, as accepted by the Senate;