Our Human Resource Management Bachelor’s Program (HRM) is a 137 credit-hour degree program designed to prepare students for leading positions in human resource departments, to be able to formulate and enhance organizational policies and procedures, and to learn tools and techniques that help identify, analyze, and solve complex human resource and management issues. The HRM program provides a high-quality human resource teaching designed to build students competencies required for future HR careers in public and private sectors by delivering relevant theories as well as practical knowledge and skills. The study of human Resource management provides students with both the theoretical background and the analytical tools required to make effective and value creating business decision in the competitive global business environment. Our program’s curriculum has been recently updated and was granted Ministry of Education approval (May 2018). The curriculum offers courses that are benchmarked against renowned human Resource management programs offered at the national and international universities to ensure it is in line with latest developments in the field of human Resource management. HRM program is structured to provide students with knowledge of basic HRM principles, concepts, and theories, advanced and specialized elective courses in human Resource management along with general management, marketing, finance and banking, and accounting. The teaching-learning structure is designed to focus on training and refining the professional knowledge and skill sets required for career advancement. The intensive co-operative program provides an opportunity for students to put in exercise the knowledge gained, practice their core-skill set and explore chances for employment and growth.