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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Development Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Development Management (BSBA – HRDM) is a four-year business program in the Philippines will prepare you for a career in Human Resource Management (HRM) in various organizations and businesses.

HRM is the branch of Business Administration that will teach you how to manage your workforce. This includes teaching you how you can recruit the best individuals for your company, how to prepare them for the tasks they will be expected to perform, and how to help them blend in with their new environment.

Some of the courses that you may take under this program are:

  • Basic Microeconomics
  • Accounting
  • Business Law (Obligation and Contract)
  • Taxation (Income Taxation)
  • Total Quality Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Social Responsibility and Good Governance
  • Administrative and Office Management
  • Labor Law and Legislation
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Training and Development
  • Compensation Administration
  • Labor Relations and Negotiations
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Development
  • Marketing Management (Elective)
  • Special Topics in Human Resource Management (Elective)
  • Management (Elective)
  • Production/Operations Management (Elective)
  • Managerial Accounting (Elective)
  • Entrepreneurial Management (Elective)
  • Logistics Management (Elective)
  • Environmental Management (Elective)
  • Feasibility Study (Elective)
  • Global/International Trade (Elective)
  • Project Management (Elective)

In addition to lectures and school activities, an On the Job Training (OJT) may also give you the opportunity to apply what you’ll learn in school in actual business settings.




Graduates of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Development Management (BSBA–HRDM) may find employment as any of the following:

  • Management Trainee
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Recruitment Assistant
  • Training and Development Officer
  • Professor
  • Entrepreneur
  • Businessman

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  1. Maganda po ba ang course na BSBA majorin Human Resource Management?

  2. A pleasant day! I just want to ask sir if a BSBA Major in Marketing or BSBA Major in HRDM can be a call center agent?
    Hoping for your immediate response! Thanks!!!

    • Hi, Jonathan!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      It depends on what kind of call center agent you want to be.

      Usually, call center agents are divided into three categories: customer service representatives who handle customer inquiries, tech support representatives who mostly do the same thing but specialize in technology-related concerns, and telemarketers who call up potential clients to offer the company’s products or services.

      CSRs are rarely, if ever, required to be graduates of specific courses, although some companies express preference for those with degrees in the field of communication (AB English, AB Mass Communication, AB Communication, AB Broadcasting).

      For TSRs, priority is often given to graduates of BS IT, BS Computer Science, BS Information Systems, or BS Computer Engineering; however, there are also some companies who do not require specific degrees as long as the applicant is willing to be trained.

      Telemarketers are also rarely required to be graduates of specific courses, although a degree in the field of business might prove to be an advantage in some cases.


  3. I just want to ask, if a BSBA Maj. in Marketing or BSBA Maj. in HRDM can be a call center agent? Hoping for your immediate response. Thanks! 🙂

  4. magkano po tuition sa bussiness add ? ASAP

  5. hi Good Morning.i feel nervous for this coming entrance exam, because. I have no idea what course is this (bsba major in human resource development management)I afraid to cannot pass the exam.I have no options to choice only this, that’s why i afraid.Can you give me some info. about his couRse and what future waiting for me if i graduate..please help me.thank you.

    • Hi, Margun!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      BSBA major in HRDM is a course that will train you how to manage the employees of a business establishment. Graduates of this course usually work as part of the staff of the Human Resources Department of the company they are working for. Depending on the company that will hire you, part of your responsibilities may include recruiting and training new employees, managing the payroll, and acting as a middleman between company executives and the company’s employees.

      When it comes to practicality, it seems like a relatively safe course to pursue because there’s always a need for people who can manage company employees. If you are looking for jobs with high salaries, though, it might not be your best option right now.

      As for entrance exams, except for universities known for having math-intensive courses, a lot of college entrance exams in the Philippines are composed of basic English, Mathematics, and Science questions with some abstract reasoning and recent events mixed in between. With a little review, they shouldn’t be that difficult to pass.

      Hope that somehow helps.


  6. hi 🙂
    aside from top reputable schools like PUP and De La Salle that offers this course, what other schools do you suggest offers the same quality of education which is at the same time have affordable tuition fees? Schools that also trains the students to higher competency level which makes them globally competent. I am wondering if PSBA or NCBA still stands out among the rest. Thanks a lot.

    • Hi, Adi!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      As much as we’d like to help, we don’t really have much information about the different schools in the Philippines other than information readily available to the general public.

      We believe you’d be able to find more detailed info about your concern if you’ll check out forums frequented by students from different schools as they have first hand experience about the schools in question. Pinoy Exchange might be a good place to start.

      Good luck! 🙂

  7. ahm,i want to take a bsba but my schedule is 7am-4pm alternately 2pm-11pm every week..can you advice me on which school i can get a different schedule every week near in san juan..or any advice..tnx..

    • Hi, Ella!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      We’re sorry, but we have no available information regarding the schedules of the different schools and universities in the Philippines. We’re afraid you may have to contact the schools around your area one by one or you could probably ask the people you know who are actually studying in the said schools.


  8. ahm,,incoming college po aqo. pano po if ever wala kong alam dito pero interesado po ako sa course na to at gusto ko po mgtake ng axam para rito. mahihirapan po b ako?

    • Hi, Cristine!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      From what we know, college entrance exams are mostly composed of general questions — usually about Mathematics, English, Filipino, and Current Events — so as long as you have some basic or intermediate knowledge of them, you would probably manage just fine. The rest, you’ll learn during the course of your study.


  9. good pm! interested po sana akong mag aral ulet kaso me trabaho ako pwede po ba akong makapag aral kahet ganon kasi 8-5 yung schedule ko sa trabaho. tanauan area po ako pero sto. tomas ako nagtatrabaho pwede ba hunmingi ng schedule pag ganun? pls. reply i am interested!

    • Hi, Execkiel!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      Yes, you can. Try to check out the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP). If you’ve already earned some units in college but you weren’t able to finish your course, the program would allow you to fast track your way into earning a bachelor’s degree by converting your professional experience into academic units.

      From what we know, ETEEAP classes are usually conducted during weekends, so you can easily squeeze them in your schedule. We believe there are some universities in Batangas that offer BSBA as part of their ETEEAP course offerings.

      As for the schedule, it’s best if you’ll contact the school you are thinking of enrolling at directly so they can give you an accurate and detailed response.

  10. Hi po hindi po ba pwedeng bigyan ng chance un mga studyanteng may ave. grade below 82 at may lineof 7 sa major subject?

    • Hi, Melanie!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      We’re sorry, but we’re not really in the position to answer your question. It’s best if you’ll contact the concerned school directly so they can address your concern.


  11. Pwede pa b mag exam habol ko ung kapatid ko?bshrdm. thanks

    • Hi, Angel!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      It would depend on the school he or she is planning to enroll at. Try to click the name of any of the schools on our list of schools offering this course. You can find their phone numbers and other contact information there. It’s best if you’ll call them up so they can give you a more accurate and detailed response.


      • hi, po ano po ba iyong kinkuha iyong high school gradu po ba dito? hindi po pwedi 2nd year high school. ask lang po.

        • Hi, Beverly!

          Thanks for visiting our site.

          You would need to graduate from high school to enroll in any two, three, four, or five-year degree program, so we’re afraid 2nd year high school students can’t take it yet. 🙁


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