Human Capital Management (BHCM) is a 4-year Bachelor's Degree Program that provides students with a general foundation in business administration and specialization in human resource development and management. The program includes courses such as talent management, change management and training and development which uniquely focus on developing human capital in the economy.
“To graduate professionals equipped with concepts and skills of international standards in the area of Human Capital Management.”
Why choose the Human Capital Management Program at Dar Al-Hekma University?
The field of Human Capital Management is rapidly growing in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and worldwide. The core function of this new program is human capacity building and development. The offering of this program is timely as human capital for Saudi Arabia is essential for the realization of the objectives of Saudi Vision 2030. The BHCM curriculum uniquely incorporates best practices from the West while addressing the most current and challenging areas of businesses in the Kingdom. It also acquaints students with Saudi Labor Laws. The program has been developed to enhance students' analytical, problem solving, and interpersonal skills which will enable them to find solutions to the challenges businesses face. Program objectives are achieved through the examination and exploration of concepts, theories, cases and projects. Furthermore, our program faculty distinctively hold degrees from reputable universities around the world.
|Bachelor of Science|
in Human Capital
|510||A minimum High-School|
Percentage of 80%
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- Explain concepts, principles and practices related to business.
- Identify fundamentals and theories related to human capital management.
- Recognize the role of human capital management in influencing behavior among employees and its impact on the performance of the organization.
- Demonstrate the ability to critically analyze, manage and make decisions to deal with the challenges and complexities of the national and global business environment.
- Demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills to manage human capital.
Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
- Demonstrate an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
- Work independently and/or as part of a team.
Communication, Information Technology and Numerical
- Use techniques and methods of inquiry to collect and interpret data in order to provide information that would support strategic decisions.
- Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Capital Management requires the successful completion of:
- 19 semester credit hours of University Requirement Courses;
- 14 semester credit hours of Ministry Requirement Courses;
- 6semester credit hours of Required General Elective Courses;
- 6semester credit hours of Free Elective Courses;
- 85 major requirements.
Total of 130 semester credit hours.
At the end of the program, students are prepared for the following professional occupations:
- Human Resource Assistant
- Human Resource Manager
- Personnel Recruiter
- Trainingand Development Coordinator
- Payroll Specialist
- Training & Development Manager
- Rewards and Benefits Manager
- Employee Relations Advisor
- Human Resource Director
- Recruitment Specialist
- Equal Opportunity Advisor
- Talent Acquisition Specialist
- Recruitment and Selection Consultant
- Workplace Relations Adviser
- Diversity Manager
- Change Management Specialist