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Bachelor of Human Resource Management

Bachelor's Degree Programme

Singapore's first and only full-time bachelor degree in Human Resource Management.

Bachelor of Human Resource Management


The field of Human Resource (HR) is experiencing rapid growth as Singapore consolidates its position as the emerging centre for finance and business in Asia. Once seen as mainly a business support function, HR is now a core element of corporate and business strategy as companies come to recognise employees as a primary source of competitive advantage. Consequently, there is increasing demand for specialist HR practitioners both locally and regionally. Good CEOs need the support of top quality HR professionals who can implement human capital practices in order to drive business performance.

SUSS's Bachelor of Human Resource Management programme is Singapore's first and only full-time bachelor degree in HRM.

Admission Requirements

Refer to general admission criteria for full-time undergraduate programmes. There will be additional admission criteria to better target students who are aligned to the educational philosophy of our full-time programmes. This will be done through interviews and selection tests.

Financial Assistance

There are also various types of financial aid available to students who need financial assistance. Please click here for more details.

In addition to the financial aid schemes available to all students from the Singapore University of Social Sciences, there are study awards/grants which are open to Bachelor of Human Resource Management students. They are as follows:

Programme Structure

Students are required to complete 200 credit units (cu), which include:

In addition, students are also required to complete a 24-week work attachment, an overseas experience and a community engagement.

Module Types
45 cu
5 cu
5 cu
5 cu
75 cu
5 cu
60 cu

(Students can use up to 60 cu to take minors or a second major.)

Graduates from the programme can look forward to enriching careers in a variety of industries as human resource professionals, in personnel and recruitment, training, development, compensation, employee relations, labour relations, and organisational development.

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