This module introduces the students to the principles of auditing, legal and professional environment of an audit, designing and developing of an audit plan, programme and working papers. Also designing and implementation of audit procedures, performing audit in computerized environment as well as preparation of audit reports.
- Lecturer: INNOCENT NDAGIJIMANA BIRUSHYA
This module introduces basic information of Human Resource Management
After studying this unit, you will be able to:
Understand the basic concepts of human resource management (HRM).
Explain what human resource management is and how it relates to the management process.
Provide an overview of functions of HRM.
Describe how the major roles of HR management are being transformed.
Explain the role of HRM in the present millennium.
The module will be assessed by doing 2quizs, 2assignments, cat and final exam
- Teacher: Nathan karuhanga
Introduction to Business management GMT 1131 is an introductory course and provides an overview of business and the role that business plays in economic, social, and political environments. In addition, it will provide exposure to the functional areas of business. There will be opportunities throughout the course to discuss current events in business as they apply to the topics being covered.
The fundamental concepts of business and management will be introduced. The course provides an overview of local and international business topics. Students focus on the concept of management, the environment of management, the principles of management, as well as explore how to manage individuals and groups; they will discuss the functional activities of a business. The course provides an introductory understanding of operations and important decision areas in operations.
- Teacher: OLIVA MBABAZI
This course examines the systems and processes involved in Human Resource Management in order to improve organizational performance.The course equips student with strategic skills and orients him toward HR as a profession. It will enable the learner to participate fully in executive deliberations surrounding the development and implementation of organizational strategy by representing the concerns and issues surrounding the human assets of the firm
- Lecturer: Charles Kayitana
7. Brief description of aims and content
This module aims at imparting knowledge and skills needed by the students on Industrial Relations and HRM broad knowledge related to workers and employer relations. Specifically, the objective is to make the student understand the principles and practices of Industrial Relations and skills required by the Human Resources Managers to manage the people at work place and related HR activities domestically and globally. In addition, students will be able to understand and apply the knowledge of Industrial Relations; master Collective bargaining, key issues in trade unions, employees/employer concerns, conflict management, consensus building and able to mediate two parties at conflict.
- Teacher: Charles Kayitana