In 1983, the OUC (formerly CCRTVU) began to enroll junior-college students in its Economic Management major. In 2011, the Human-resources Management major was established, and began to recruit students that autumn. Experts from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Renmin University of China, Beijing Technology and Business University and other research institutes or universities are employed to edit textbooks and give lectures, so as to provide students with the best possible resources.
The programme aims to cultivate moral integrity, ideological and political awareness, and cultural attainment along with the professional competence and communication skills necessary for human-resources managers helping build the socialist market economy. Specifically, it aims to train mastery of both qualitative and quantitative analysis and other basic skills of human-resources development and management in modern enterprises as well as government institutions.
Forms of Study
Students of this major will participate in online or face-to-face learning, complete assignments, and take a final examination. They will be able to log onto the network to access texts, courses, micro courses and other media resources, and communicate with teachers and other students or participate in face-to-face or group learning in the study centre via the forum or live online streaming.
A regular high-school, vocational high-school, technical school or secondary-professional school diploma.
Management Psychology, Fundamentals of Management, Enterprise-information Management, Human-resources Management, Work Analysis, Performance and Compensation, Labor-relations and Social Security, Personnel Recruitment and Training
Graduates can undertake recruitment, human-resources development, assessment, salary management, staff training, secretarial and other types of work in enterprises, institutions and consulting agencies.