BSc Human Resources Management

BSc Human Resources Management

ABOUT bsc human resources management program
"Empowering Workforces, Shaping Success: Your Journey in HR Management Begins Here."
The Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management at Franco-British International University offers students an immersive study into the core principles and strategic concepts of human resources. Our curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of recruitment strategies, performance management, employment law, and employee development. Through a combination of theoretical instruction and practical case studies, students will be able to understand the importance of fostering a positive work environment, promoting productivity, and developing policies that adhere to ethical and legal standards. Our program is ideal for those who wish to contribute to a company's success by optimizing its most important asset - its people.

Course Structure

Program run for four (4) academic years for UTME candidates and three (3) years for Direct Entry candidates.

4 Years Program

Intakes: From June
Year 1 - 100 Level

Element of Book-Keeping
Mathematics for Business II
Principles of Economics I
Introduction to Business I
Introduction to Computer & Application
English& Communications
Introduction to French Language I

Principles of Accounting I
Professional Ethics
Mathematics for Business II
Principles of Economics II
Introduction to Business II
History & Philosophy of Science
Use of Library, Study Skills & ICT
Introduction to French Language II

Year 2 - 200 Level

Principles of Accounting II
Principles and Practice of Management.
Business Law I
Elements of Statistics I
Cost Accounting I
Micro-Economic Theory
Philosophy, Logic & Human Existence
French Language I

Nigerian Labour History
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Introduction to Industrial Relations
Business law II
Cost Accounting II
Macro Economics Theory
Element of Statistics II
Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Year 3 - 300 Level

Labour Economics
Industrial Relations
Labour Law
Management Theory
Financial management
Fundamental of Marketing
Peace and Conflict Resolution
French Language II

Organizational Behavior
Public relations in organizations
Performance Management
HR information System
Production management
Research Methods
Venture Creation

Year 4 - 400 Level

Management Accounting I
Collective Bargaining
Human Relations Management II
Trade Union & Employer’s Policy
Training and Development
Resourcing and Talent Management
French language III

Policy Making and Analysis
Performance Appraisal & Compensation
Conflict Resolution in the Work Place
Development of Labour movement
Research Project
International HRM

Entry Requirements

Entry into 100 Level
Candidate must
- pass Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) with minimum required points in Economics and any other two Social Science or/and Arts subjects and Use of English.
- pass FBIU Screening/Post UTME.
- have Credit level in 5 subjects (English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics), the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) or together with an appropriate pass in the Joint Admission & Matriculation Board (JAMB) Examination, at not more than two (2) sittings.
200 Level Direct Entry

Candidates with pass in the General Certificate of Education (GCE) at advanced level in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or Zoology) and also with a minimum of 5 credits in the following subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language and Mathematics at ‘O’ level: in addition to satisfying the minimum entry requirements through JAMB, or graduates with at least a second class honours degree (22) in related disciplines, but must also have a minimum of 5 credits in the subjects stipulated at ‘O’ level. Holders of Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Certificate who must also have a minimum of 5 credits in the subjects stipulated at O’ level are eligible. Holders of Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) certificate with biology, chemistry physics subjects combination with at least 12 points, and also have minimum of 5 credits in the subjects listed above.

Transfer to the program (Intra/Inter University)

This is applicable for candidates that satisfy entry level and direct entry level above and other regulations of the University as reviewed from time to time.