MBA in Human Resources Management and Development (HRMD)

General

Program Description

Mission

The main mission of this program is to train and equip human resource managers with knowledge and skills that shall enable them to play an active and strategic role in the overall business process by designing HR systems and procedures, which are aligned with the company’s priorities and business objectives.

Objectives

The objectives of this programme are to:

  1. Impart students with experience and knowledge needed for middle and top-level careers in human resources management and development.
  2. Provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to work effectively with human resources to enhance the contributions of all employees to organizational effectiveness

Admission Requirements

Every candidate seeking admission into the 2-year MBA programme must have at least a Bachelor’s degree (in any field) with a minimum of Second Class Honours (50% pass mark), or an equivalent qualification recognized by the University Council
Candidates with any other qualification not deemed equivalent may be required to take additional undergraduate and/or postgraduate course(s) deemed relevant by the Department. The admission of such candidates shall be confirmed subject to the successful completion on the required additional course(s).

Future, Career, and Employment

Upon graduation, MBA graduates shall occupy middle as well as senior managerial positions in any business organization, in both the public and private sector as well as national and international NGOs.

Fees

The tuition fee per year is 2,024,500F CFA for Cameroonians and 4,039,500 F CFA for foreign students.

Last updated July 2018

About the School

The Catholic University of Cameroon CATUC, Bamenda was founded in the name of the Catholic Church by the bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda as a national institution of learning. Given ... Read More

The Catholic University of Cameroon CATUC, Bamenda was founded in the name of the Catholic Church by the bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda as a national institution of learning. Given its origins and the historic role of its ecclesiastical faculties, this university has a responsibility to the Church in Cameroon: It is called to be an intellectual center of highest quality, where the relation between revealed truth and human truth can be examined in depth and with authority against the background of the Cameroon experience. Read less