Master of Human Resources Management (MHRM)

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Program Description

The proposed Master of Human Resources Management (MHRM) program of YU will be the pioneer in the local market to produce human resource professionals with advanced and applied human resource management capabilities. This program will provide a pathway for our graduates to serve the basic human resource needs of today‟s dynamic global business world.

The program is designed in such a way that it provides an innovative curriculum of refined courses that build a strong foundation in the core principles and practices of human resource management. It also addresses the latest human resource management related concepts, theories, principles and practice especially in KSA and Gulf Region.

Concentration Courses

  • HRM 501: Introduction to Human Resources Management
  • MGT 503: Management & Leadership
  • MGT 505: Business Ethics
  • HRM 503: Human Resources Information System
  • MGT 526: Organizational Theory & Behavior
  • HRM 520: HR Staffing
  • HRM 522: Labor Law & Civil Service Law
  • HRM 524: Training & Development
  • HRM 553: Performance Management
  • HRM 555: HR Strategies
  • HRM 557: Action research/Work-Based Project
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Al Yamamah University (YU) was established in May 2001 as a single college by the Al-Khudair family. This marked their second major contribution to education in Saudi Arabia, having pioneered the esta ... Read More

Al Yamamah University (YU) was established in May 2001 as a single college by the Al-Khudair family. This marked their second major contribution to education in Saudi Arabia, having pioneered the establishment of the first private schools in Riyadh in 1957. Authorized as an institution of higher learning by the Ministry of Higher Education, Al Yamamah College opened its doors to male students in September 2004 and to female students in September 2006. In 2008, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, may Allah protect him, issued a royal decree approving the elevation of Al Yamamah College to university status, the culmination of eight years of planning and hard work to establish a distinctive, modern Saudi educational institution that provides both undergraduate and postgraduate education. Since its inception, the University has established itself at the forefront of the competition among private higher education institutions in the Kingdom using English as a medium for instruction. Read less