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Program Type: 
Thesis
Non Thesis
Course Code: 
HRM 501
Semester: 
Autumn
Course Type: 
Core
P: 
3
Lab: 
0
Credits: 
3
ECTS: 
8
Course Language: 
English
Course Coordinator: 
Course Objectives: 

To present the basic knowledge and applications related to the basic functions of human resources management within the framework of a strategic perspective.

Course Content: 

This course aims to explain the basic concepts related to human resources management, the importance of human capital, the role of human resources professionals in the management of enterprises, recruitment, placement, development, evaluation, remuneration and employee relations, cost of management of current issues such as management ways to explain.​

Teaching Methods: 
1: Expression , 2: Q&A, 3:Discussion, 4: Analogy, 5: Case Study
Assessment Methods: 
A: Exam, B: Presentation C: Homework, D: Project, E: Lab.

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Course Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Program Outcomes Educating Methods

 

I would be able to design human resource planning for an enterprise. Prepare job descriptions. Creates job valuation forms. Prepare the recruitment process. Formulate a performance evaluation system. 1,2,13 1,3 A, B
Would be able to organize activities related to personnel development. Designs the work related to the orientation of staff. Plans activities related to training and development of personnel. Suggests career plans for staff. 1,2,5,6 1,2,3 A,B,C
Recruitment and dismissal regulate retirement transactions within the legal framework. Calculates severance and notice pay. 5,12,13 1,2,5 A,B,D

Course Flow

COURSE FLOW
Week Subjects Preliminary
1. Introduction to Human Resources Management

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
2. Environmental Factors Affecting Human Resources Management

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
3. Business Analysis in Human Resources Management

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
4. Planning in Human Resources Management The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
5. Selection and Placement in Human Resources Management

 

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
6. Training and Development in Human Resources Management
 
The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
7. Midterm

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
8. Career Planning in Human Resources Management

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
9. Business Design

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
10. Business Design

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
11.  

 

Career Management
 
 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
12. Case Study

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
13. International Human Resources Management

 

The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.
14. Final The relevant chapter will be read in the coursebook.

Recommended Sources

RESOURCES
Lecture Book               Human Resource Management,. 13th Edition. Robert L. Mathis. John H. Jackson
Other Resources  

Material Sharing

Material Sharing 
Documents Lecture notes
Duties Homework, quiz, presentation, project
Exams Midterm final

Assessment

EVALUATING SYSTEM
WORKS IN SEMESTER TIME CONTRIBUTION PERCENTAGE
Mıdterm    60
Short Exam/Homework    20
Semester Work    20
Total   100
Final to success   45
Semester to success   55
Total   100

Course’s Contribution to Program

 

 

Lecture’s Contribution to Program Outlines
No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution Level
1 2 3 4 5  
1 Have the knowledge, discipline, and responsibility necessary to conduct independent study/project/ research, and prepare a comprehensive research and/or project report on the subject.     x      
2 Demonstrate that they can contribute effectively to team and project work in the human resources department.       x    
3 For the human resources department, you can designate and plan the goals and objectives, or design and plan the project for performance improvement.   x        
4 A rapidly changing business can critically assess the knowledge gained in the field of human resources in global conditions, determine the sufficiency and learning needs of the information it has, and direct its learning to make up for its deficiencies.       x    
5 Could have a critical perspective, update information for personal and professional development, understand the importance of lifelong learning and contribute to the employees of the business that they work with.       x    
6 Taking into account the changing global dynamics, they can show that they understand the importance of thinking flexibly and producing creative solutions to be successful in professional life.   x        
7 Will be able to understand, follow and interpret the global dynamics of human resources science; At the international institutional level, have sufficient knowledge of English to communicate effectively, in writing and verbally   x        
8 Could an express their knowledge, results, and opinions of their studies in Turkish and/or English clearly and clearly by using the knowledge and experience in general human resources science field by using the necessary data in other disciplinary and business units in national and international academic and professional environments?   x        
9 It could demonstrate that the industry understands the importance of respecting cultural differences among its employees and can communicate by showing the necessary empathy in social and professional environments created by individuals from different cultures.     x      
10 Have innovative ideas in science.            
11 I will be able to judge the concepts of business ethics and social responsibility, evaluate the applications of these concepts, and show that it is important to act following these principles to add value to business and collective. X          
12 Demonstrate that quality management for enterprise sustainability understands the importance of business health and safety, corporate social responsibility, professional and cultural respect, and corporate ethics principles.     X      
13 Can use contemporary concepts, theories, and models related to the field of human resources science, field-specific research methods for solving problems, analyzing and researching how to reach the resources necessary for continuous improvement of field knowledge and historical development of the field.   x        
14 It can demonstrate that human resources have a basic knowledge at the international level in legal, political, economic, and social issues surrounding the field of science.   x        
15 It can demonstrate that they have an analytical mindset and that they can use advanced institutional and applied the knowledge that human resources have acquired in the field of science.     x      
16 Can evaluate and interpret quantitative and qualitative data with theoretical, factual and research method information, identify problems, analyze data, and produce solutions by evaluating the results.     x      
17 Could think critically about the organization/organization, human resources can associate, integrate, create new information, and understand interdisciplinary interaction with information from other fields in the field of science.   x        

 

 

 

ECTS

 

 

AKTS / WORK LOAD TABLE
Activity Number Time
(Hour)
Total Work Load
(Saat)
Lecture Duration (Including exams week: 16xtotal lecture hour) 16 3 48
Out-of-class Course Study Time (Pre-study, practice) 16 4 64
Midterm 1 3 3
Homework 2 6 12
Final 1 3 3
Total Work Load     130
Total Work Load/ 25 (s)     5,2
Lecture AKTS Credit     8