The unique Diploma in Human Resource Management with Psychology (DHRMP) course will develop your understanding of anthropology, cross-cultural communication, economics, employment laws, Asian industrial relations, talent development, compensation and performance management, organisational behaviour, and industrial-organisational psychology within the international business landscape. This comprehensive background will prepare you for a meaningful career in any industry. As the course also delves into the psychology of human behaviours and motivations, you will develop insights on how to build sustainable workplace practices that enable people and businesses to thrive. Coupled with hands-on training in specialised HR management functions and industry internships, you can apply what you learn into real-life contexts to enhance your professional practice.
The course structure consists of general, discipline and specialisation modules. There is also an industry orientation component.
Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
Introduction to Psychology
Cross Cultural Communication
Introduction to Counselling and Communication
Learning and People Development
Compensation and Total Rewards Management
Employment Laws and Labour Relations
Manpower Planning, Resourcing and Management
Performance and Talent Management
Asian Industrial Relations Environment
Diversity and International Staff Management
Organisational Development and Change Management
Industry Orientation Programme
Industry Immersion Programme
Freely Chosen Module
Choose from the prescribed range of freely-chosen modules offered by the schools in RP.
The DHRMP will transform your passion for people and your aptitude for business into a meaningful future-ready career, equipping you with the skills and knowledge to handle the challenges of a contemporary workforce. Whether you wish to work for a local or international organisation, the highly sought-after skills you gain from your education here will gear you for the real working world.
RP graduates are well-placed to embark on meaningful careers, immediately after graduation. They could even improve their employability by taking part-time courses or SkillsFuture Earn and Learn Programmes (ELPs).
As a DHRMP graduate, you can pursue further education opportunities in business studies, arts and social sciences and international studies at local and overseas universities:
- Bachelor of Arts (Cultural Studies / International Studies / Psychology)
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of International Studies
- Bachelor of Management
- Bachelor of Social Sciences (Cultural Studies / International Studies / Psychology)
- Business-related degrees with specialisation in HR / International Business / Psychology
Upon graduation, DHRMP students can choose to deepen their skills and knowledge in a chosen field before embarking on their career. They could either sign up for part-time courses or pursue ELPs.
As a DHRMP graduate, you are well equipped to support the HR function in any organisation. Get ready to launch your career in roles such as:
Employee Relations Specialist
Remuneration and Benefits Analyst
Resourcing Analyst / Talent Acquisition Partner
Career Development Coach
Learning and Development Executive
People and Culture Specialist
Human Resource Executive / Partner / Generalist
To meet the graduation requirement, students will need to achieve a total number of modular credits as stipulated in the graduation criteria of their diploma programme. Students should complete the diploma programme within three years of enrolment.
Nitec Minimum net GPA ≥ 3.5
Higher Nitec Minimum net GPA ≥ 2.0
- Obtain an A-S grade for General Paper (English Medium),
- Obtain an A-E grade for 3 other H2 subjects, AND
- Must have taken GCE ‘A' Level examinations whilst studying in a Junior College / Millennia Institute in Singapore
Our holistic and broad-based curriculum prepares students for an active and meaningful role in society as problem solvers, respected professionals and passionate citizens.