Honours Research Project (HRM) (30) 
The research project incorporates all the steps in the research process. The topic is chosen in collaboration with the study leader, followed by a comprehensive literature review and choice and design of applicable methodology.
Labour Relations Theory and Practice (Perspectives and Parties) (12) 
Labour relations perspectives, participants in labour relations (trade unions, employers, state), labour relations systems.
Labour Relations Theory and Practice (Processes) (12) 
Employee participation, collective bargaining, negotiation, strikes, labour relations in the organisation, current issues and future developments.
Labour Law (12) 
Individual labour law: the contract of employment, breach of contract, termination of the contract, unfair dismissal, unfair labour practices. Collective labour law: collective labour law defined, Labour Relations Act (content), dispute resolution.
Organisational Psychology: Contemporary Challenges (12) 
Global trends and Challenges; Motivation in Organisations: Integrated theories; Organisational justice; Organisational citizenship behaviour; Organisational trust; Organisational Leadership: Integrated theories; Organisational culture and Diversity Management; Job design; Organisational design and structure; Groups; Teams; Team diagnostics; Technology and Innovation; Organisation development and change.
Research Methodology (12) [51764 776]
Objectives of Industrial Psychology, science and scientific research, meta-theoretical views of science, research initiating questions, theorising, structural models, research problems and research hypotheses, conceptualisation, operationalisation, indices and scales, exogenous and endogenous measurement models, research designs, sampling, statistical power, exploratory research studies, explanatory research studies, descriptive research studies, evaluation research studies, research proposals and research reports.
Strategic Human Resource Development (12) 
Human resource development context, training needs analysis, design of training programmes, implementation and delivery of training, training evaluation, drafting a workplace skills plan.
Strategic Human Resource Management I (12) 
The role of the Human Resource Management in function in obtaining a competitive advantage, the environmental/ context within which human resource management is being practised, strategic human resource management, human resource planning, job analysis, recruitment, selection and placement, assessment and performance management.
Strategic Human Resource Management II (6) 
Human resource remuneration, human resource benefits, job evaluation, performance management, human resource management effectiveness measurement.