Institute of Human Resource Management

Institute of Human Resource Management

Study Program

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1-Study Program:

Students enrolled in the Associate Degree in Institute of human Resources must successfully complete the following (74 credit hours) during four regular semesters

  Type of Requirements (Req. Type) Requirement Nature (Reg. Nature) Number of Credit Hours
University (U) Elective (EL) 3
Obligatory (Ob) 3
College (C) Elective (EL) 9
  Obligatory (Ob) 14
Department (D) Elective (EL) 9
Obligatory (Ob) 36
Total of Credit Hours 74


In the following table, the names of the courses, their credit hours, the type of prerequisites, the nature of those prerequisites, and their previous requirements are listed:

Course Credit Regiments
No. Name Code Prerequisites Theoretical Lab Total Required Nature Type
1 Islamic Culture HUMA1001 - 3 0 3 3 EL U
2 Humanities HUMA1002 - 3 0 3 EL U
3 Arabic Language ARAB1005 - 3 0 3 EL U
4 English Language - Expression and Writing Skills ENGL1001 - 3 0 3 3 Ob U
5 Organization Theory BUS2237 - 3 0 3 9 El C
6 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON1102 ECON1001 3 0 3 El C
7 Islamic Economics ECON2103 ECON1001 3 0 3 El C
8 Public Health PUBH1001 - 3 0 3 El C
9 Self-Management and Psychology PSY1046 - 3 0 3 El C
10 Cost Accounting ACC2103 ACC1102 3 0 3 El C
11 Accounting for Sole Proprietorships ACC2207 ACC1102 3 0 3 El C
12 Operations Management BUS3107 BUS1001 3 0 3 El C
13 Turkish Language for Non-Specialists TURK1022 - 3 0 3 El C
14 Commercial Law AISO1004 BUS1001 3 0 3 El C
15 English Language - Conversation Skills ENGL2002 - 3 1 2 El C
16 Intermediate Accounting ACC2104 - 3 0 3 El C
17 Computer Skills COM1001 - 1 0 3 14 Ob C
18 General Statistics STAT1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
19 Principles of Management BUS1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
20 Principles of Accounting 1 ACC1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
21 Principles of Microeconomics ECON1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
22 Principles of Accounting 2 ACC1102 ACC1001 3 0 3 9 El D
23 Organizational Change and Development HRM2104 BUS1001 3 0 3 El D
24 Management Functions HRM1101 BUS1001 3 0 3 El D
25 Accounting for Financial Companies ACC2207 ACC1102 3 0 3 El D
26 Development and Organizational Reform BUS3208 HRM1101 3 0 3 El D
27 Quality Management BUS4219 STAT1001 - BUS1001 3 0 3 El D
28 Entrepreneurship BUS4320 BUS3215 3 0 3 El D
29 Public Relations Management HRM2207 BUS1001 3 0 3 El D
30 Human Resource Information Systems HRM2209 HRM1102 3 0 3 El D
31 Principles of Marketing BUS2105 BUS1001 3 0 3 El D
32 Economics Principles BUS2234 - 3 0 3 El D
33 Contemporary Management Theories BUS4214 - 3 0 3 El D
34 Management Information Systems MIS3101 - 3 0 3 El D
35 Human Resource Management HRM1102 BUS1001 3 0 3 36 Ob D
36 General Management BUS4218 HRM1101 3 0 3 Ob D
37 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility BUS2002 - 3 0 3 Ob D
38 Performance Management BUS2239 - 3 0 3 Ob D
39 Occupational Health and Safety BUS2240 - 3 0 3 Ob D
40 Human Resource Compensation HRM2206 HRM1102 3 0 3 Ob D
41 Human Resource Recruitment HRM2210 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
42 Human Resource Development HRM2208 HRM1102 3 0 3 Ob D
43 Administrative Leadership BUS3212 HRM1101 3 0 3 Ob D
44 Communication Skills BUS 2044 - 3 0 3 Ob D
45 Organizational Behavior BUS2103 BUS1001 3 3 3 Ob D
46 Practical Training HRM21511 - 0 0 3 Ob D
Total Credit Hours 74

3-Courses Descriptions:

  1. Islamic Culture: This course provided students with the Sources of Islamic Legislation, characteristics of Islamic Legislation, Islamic Systems, family System, Judicial System, governance System, economic System, characteristics of Islamic Economic Legislation, nature of islamic education, objectives and characteristics of Islamic Education, religious Activities,  general Educational, and  Principles in Islamic Education
  2. Humanities: This course aims to introduce students to the concept and importance of civilization, ancient civilizations, Islamic civilization, and modern European civilization. It covers factors that contributed to the rise of these civilizations and the achievements they made in various fields, including politics, economics, social aspects, and scientific advancements. The course also examines the cultures and human behaviors of these civilizations.
  3. Public Health: This course provides a fundamental introduction to the concepts and practices of public health. It covers the philosophy, objectives, history, organization, functions, tools, activities, and outcomes of public health practice at both the national and local levels. The course aims to stimulate student engagement in discussing critical issues and challenges facing the nation’s and the world’s public health.
  4. English Language 1 (Expression and Writing Skills): This course is designed to prepare students for writing in English and focuses on reading and writing as interrelated and integrated skills. Students will study and practice reading comprehension, the writing process, and critical thinking. They will develop clear and correct sentence structures while honing the necessary skills to write a variety of well-structured, advanced paragraphs, and/or short essays.
  5. Organizational Theory: This course aims to introduce students to the theory of organizations, its concept, and its significance. It also provides a general framework for explaining patterns of behavior within organizations. It also serves as a scientific basis for administrative procedures to predict and control behavior. outlining its characteristics, reasons for its existence, types, and explaining various interpretive approaches. and the ability to measure this effectiveness and achieve the highest possible efficiency in practical life.
  6. Principles of Macroeconomics: This course provides a general overview of macroeconomic issues, including the determination of outputs, employment, unemployment, interest rates, and inflation. It discusses monetary and fiscal policies, explores critical local, national, and international economic policies and issues, and presents fundamental models of macroeconomics.
  7. Islamic Economics: This course offers basic knowledge of Islamic economic principles and the Islamic economic system. It aims to develop the necessary skills to appreciate the alternative value for interpreting common and familiar economic behaviors of both men and women in society. It assists students in transcending beyond the boundaries of the conventional forms of capitalist and socialist systems. The course aims to equip students with the following skills and knowledge:
  8. Self-Management (Psychology): In this course, students study medical psychology, its definition, importance, and purposes, as well as its relationship with other sciences. The course covers health problems resulting from psychological, cultural, nutritional, and lifestyle factors in individuals. It explores theories explaining disturbed behaviors related to health, healthcare behavior, and the practice of healthy behavior in life and its impact on physical and mental health. The course also teaches individuals how to properly control and manage themselves and their lives.
  9. Cost Accounting: Cost accounting involves measures, analyses, and financial and non-financial information reports related to the costs of acquiring or using resources within an organization. Cost management refers to the approaches and activities that managers undertake to use resources to increase value for customers and achieve organizational goals. Topics covered in this course include core accounting and accountability, flexible budgets, variable costing and management control, inventory cost estimation and capacity analysis, pricing decisions and cost management, management control systems, transfer pricing, performance measurement, compensation, and considerations of multinational operations.
  10. Personal Companies Accounting: This course aims to introduce students to personal companies, their types, and the accounting treatment for their formation. It covers how profits and losses are distributed within these companies. Additionally, the course explores solidarity companies, simple recommendation companies, and partnership companies, along with how to account for each of them. It also covers the merger and liquidation processes of these companies.
  11. Operations Management: An introduction to the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management. Emphasis is placed on the managerial treatment of effective operations in both manufacturing and service systems. Topics include operations strategy, process design, capacity planning, facility location, layout design, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory control, quality assurance, and project management. These topics are integrated using a model of the organization’s operations systems.
  12. Turkish Language for Non-Specialists: This course is designed to teach the basics of the Turkish language, including reading, writing, speaking, and understanding Turkish culture.
  13. Commercial Law: Definition, history, evolution, scope, and sources of commercial law. Determining the legal system for commercial businesses, the definition of merchants, and obligations related to commercial professions. The concept of commercial premises, the nature of contracts, the components of commercial premises, mortgages, and bankruptcy.
  14. English 2 (Conversation Skills): This course includes conversations, discussions, and presentations on a wide range of concrete, abstract, and specialized topics. It is designed to enhance speaking and listening skills in English for non-native speakers. The focus is on pronunciation, intonation, rhythm, and American English intonation patterns. Oral communication, aural comprehension, and vocabulary development are emphasized. Students build their skills through intensive teaching and practice.
  15. Computer Skills: This course aims to discuss basic computer-related information for educational purposes and to utilize computer capabilities in the educational field. It covers dealing with essential software applications within the MS Office suite and working with digital images, including editing using computer applications.
  16. General Statistics: The objective of this course is to provide students with a set of skills and knowledge, including the understanding of the importance of statistics, the ability to choose appropriate statistical methods for data, application of computer programs for analysis and interpretation of outputs, comprehension of statistical concepts, and recognition of the role of a statistical analyst. It aims to enhance students’ ability to participate in solving statistical problems and understand data collection methods from interviews, surveys, and more.
  17. Principles of Management: This course examines how managers accomplish tasks in organizations based on dynamic processes of strategic planning, business development, budgeting, and operations. It defines the concepts and skills required for effective management in continuously changing circumstances. The course reviews a manager’s ability to influence the direction and performance of the organization and develops students’ appreciation for the value of these management activities and their link to employee performance.
  18. Principles of Accounting 1: The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop a fundamental understanding of basic accounting concepts and practices. The course focuses on the fundamental accounting concepts and techniques necessary to interpret and use financial information in managing and analyzing business operations.
  19. Principles of Microeconomics: The purpose of this course is to develop practical knowledge of the fundamental concepts and theories in microeconomics. This part of economics deals with the interrelationships between individual businesses, industries, consumers, workers, and other factors of production that make up a modern economy. This course includes the core elements related to the economic interests of society as a whole and the private interests of countless individuals who constitute a modern economy.
  20. Principles of Accounting 2: In this course, students will continue to develop a fundamental understanding of accounting principles and practices. They will also be introduced to the principles of managerial accounting concepts and practices and learn how to interpret and use internal financial information in managing and analyzing business operations.
  21. Change Management and Organizational Development: This course aims to introduce students to the fundamental concepts of change management and organizational development, including their importance in organizations, dimensions, elements, causes, scope, and their relationship with job satisfaction and organizational conflict. It also aims to familiarize students with the approaches to change and organizational development in organizations, the factors determining change strategies, and organizational strategies for dealing with resistance to change. This course is designed to explain organizational development theories and their applications in business organizations and their role in improving organizational performance, as well as creating a positive work environment.
  22. Management Functions: The course aims to equip students with Identifying the key functions in managing any organization, understanding how to link and coordinate between the organization’s functions. understanding the role of marketing and its relationship with other functions, understanding the role of production or service delivery and its relationship with other functions, understanding the role of finance and its relationship with other functions, understanding the role of human resource management and its relationship with other functions, understanding the role of procurement and purchasing and its relationship with other functions, ability to write an integrated plan for the organization, and ability to establish an organizational structure.
  23. Corporate Accounting of Financial Institutions: Students will be able to understand the concept of financial institutions, their characteristics, advantages, and what distinguishes them from individual companies. They will also define the rights of shareholders and differentiate between paid-up capital and acquired capital and the various values of stocks. Additionally, they will cover the accounting treatment for issuing capital stock in joint-stock companies, whether in cash or in kind, the treatment of issuance expenses, and adjustments to the capital in joint-stock companies (increases and decreases in capital). The course will also address cases of subscription for more or less than the issued shares and determine the rights of preferred and common stockholders, as well as methods of profit distribution in joint-stock companies and the accounting treatment for profit distribution in financial institutions.
  24. Development and Administrative Reform: This course introduces students to the theory and practice of institutional reform in both developing and advanced countries. It focuses on policy implementation and public sector reform, particularly in the provision of public services. It relates policy-making theories and implementation to the actual dynamics of implementation in often complex institutional contexts, characterized by weak or inadequate governance institutions and sometimes budget, capacity, and/or employee commitment issues. The course discusses theories and empirical studies on state failure and inefficiency. Students learn about various reform strategies and tools, including administrative reform and downsizing the state. Students learn how institutions develop, maintain, and change their dominant cultures, how they evolve and lose competencies and responsibilities, and how they develop and implement strategies. The course also addresses key issues related to managing reform and change, considering budgets, human resources, and institutions. Different models and their relevance to the situations of developing/transition countries are discussed. Students learn to distinguish between types of implementation and their importance in the field of policy. Therefore, the course will also cover managerial skills such as negotiation and leadership.
  25. Quality Management: This course explores the concept of “quality” within organizational culture and how it has evolved over time. It examines various quality improvement techniques, including employee empowerment, quality improvement tools, cross-functional teams, leadership for quality, continuous improvement, process management, Taguchi methods, ISO 9000 standards, and the role of inspection in quality management. Additionally, the course addresses issues related to implementing methods such as Total Quality Management (TQM).
  26. Entrepreneurship: This course provides an introduction to entrepreneurship and the dynamics of starting/owning a business venture. It is designed to assist students with the knowledge and skills needed by entrepreneurs to initiate and/or manage small businesses. It helps you understand the steps involved in the process of generating and transforming business ideas into a successful business model. The course focuses on feasibility, planning, and executing a new business venture.
  27. Public Relations Management (Employee Relations): This course aims to introduce the tasks, responsibilities, and job duties of public relations professionals. It includes the development of managing communication processes that occur within the organization, both among employees and with external entities such as companies or other institutions. It also involves communication with various media outlets to inform them about the activities and events conducted by the organization.
  28. Human Resource Information Systems: This course is designed to provide an introduction to the use of technology in human resource management and how new technologies can significantly contribute to the efficient management of a company’s human capital. By the end of the course, students will be able to demonstrate their ability to apply the acquired knowledge in the real world and review and identify leading programs in the field of human resources available in this area.
  29. Human Resource Management Principles: This course provides students with skills and knowledge related to Organizing payroll and wage reports, archiving information and data related to employees within the organization through specific records, recruitment and selection, performance evaluation, career development, training and development, and  occupational health and safety. 
  30. Marketing Principles: In this course, you will be introduced to various aspects of marketing, including marketing strategy, promotion, market planning, distribution, Industrial marketing, retail and wholesale sales, Target marketing. international marketing, market segmentation, service marketing and pricing.
  31. Human Resource Management: This course offers students a comprehensive overview of key human resource functions typically found in organizational operations. Topics covered include strategic human resource planning, benefits and compensation, recruitment and selection, employee relations, labor relations, training and development. The course draws on both current human resource practices and relevant research.
  32. General Management: This course provides a history and practice of general management at national, governmental, and local levels. It covers topics such as public policy, organizational theory, budgeting procedures, international public administration, human resources, ethics in public service, and the impact of the information age and Studying the human element within general management agencies and the functioning of these agencies.
  33. Business Ethics and Social Responsibility: This course covers the formulation, interpretation, and application of law in business. It includes the study of ethical issues arising in contemporary work environments, such as professional conduct and corporate social responsibility. The course also covers key legal aspects that apply to businesses, including tort liability, contract law, partnership law, company law, employment and labor law, intellectual property law, environmental regulation, sustainability, and financial regulation. Emphasis is placed on practical and experiential application of legal and ethical reasoning, as well as the global and comparative dimensions of legal and ethical issues.
  34. Performance Management: The aim of this course is to introduce students to the concept of performance management and explain its importance and features in organizations. This includes both traditional and modern methods of performance evaluation, key performance criteria and indicators, stages of the performance evaluation process in modern organizations, and important issues related to measuring job performance.
  35. Occupational Health and Safety: This course aims to acquaint students with mandatory technical programs to protect human resources from work-related accidents and injuries that they may encounter during their work, as well as mandatory health programs to protect these human resources from diseases resulting from the nature of work and its physical environment.
  36. Human Resource Compensation: This course provides an understanding of the dynamics involved in compensating employees for the services provided in modern enterprises. The course focuses on important tools and techniques in job analysis, job description, job evaluation, wage surveys, wage administration, and required benefits.
  37. Human Resource Recruitment: This course aims to provide, enhance, and refine the student’s knowledge and skills to help them manage the recruitment process within an organization. Recruitment, selection, and hiring are fundamental pillars in the human resource formation strategy.
  38. Human Resource Development: This course covers a range of structured and planned activities designed by an organization to equip its employees with the necessary skills to meet current and future job requirements: learning and human resource development, needs assessment, job analysis, design and implementation of training programs, evaluation of training programs, job-related development, and organizational development.
  39. Administrative Leadership: This course aims to introduce students to the activities of administrative leaders in terms of decision-making, issuing orders, and supervising others based on the official authority vested in them. It seeks to influence the behavior of others to achieve objectives.
  40. Communication Skills: The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with communication, its types, and levels, as well as to describe the concept of self-awareness. It empowers students to understand and recognize self-awareness. Throughout this course, students study the principles and theories of communication, the factors influencing communication effectiveness, and how to develop various communication skills. The course also focuses on individual interaction within groups and an individual’s interaction with the environment.
  41. Organizational Behavior: This course presents contemporary principles of organizational behavior and emphasizes the importance of human dynamics in modern organizations. It covers individual behavior, group processes, and organizational dynamics from both management and employee perspectives and understanding how individual and group behavior can impact the organization for the purpose of applying this knowledge to enhance the organization.
  42. Practical Training: In this course, students work for a specified period in either a government or private institution to gain practical experience in their specialized field. Alternatively, if it is not possible for the student to work, this activity can be substituted with research seminars on topics related to human resources that they have studied during their institute studies.