Human resources professionals are vital to every organisation and are highly in demand across the globe. We have over 40 years of experience in human resource management and ours is one of the most interesting human resources courses in the CA. You’ll be taught by experienced academics who bring their business and theoretical expertise to every lecture. Besides theory, our course ensures that you develop transferable skills and experience that’s so highly in demand in the professional world, preparing you for a role in diverse business settings. This course has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, meaning you’ll be able to look forward to a professional level of membership of CIPD when you graduate. A degree in human resource management opens a lot of professional doors with excellent career prospects and salary progression. Our past graduates have gone on to secure roles in policy, recruitment and selection, staff development, and training. Learning through practice is the one of the best ways to ensure that you’re able to apply all the theoretical knowledge gained. That’s why work placements will make up an essential part of your time studying with us. You’ll gain invaluable employability skills to add to your CV. You’ll have the option of either taking a 36-week sandwich placement in your third year, as part of a four-year degree, or two 18 week summer placements that’ll allow you to complete the degree in three years. Our course will give you all the theoretical foundation and practical skills you’ll need to succeed in a human resources management career. We ensure that every student has adequate support throughout their time with us. That’s why you’ll get matched with a Personal Tutor as well as a Student Learning Assistant and a Graduate Academic Assistant. They’ll have experience in your subject area and will be able to help whenever you need.
Human Resource Management BA Honours (CIPD Accredited)
Start your career in HR and get professional experience with our course before you graduate.
Over the three years you will develop key human resource skills in planning, organisation and control. You will gain a detailed understanding of the organisational, commercial and societal factors that effect how companies work. Alongside studying introductory modules in human resource management and organisational behaviour, you will select from a range of advanced modules covering: sourcing and development staff, employee relations, engagement and reward management and contemporary issues in HR. We ensure our students graduate with a wealth of additional, transferable skills including: excellent interpersonal skills and a thorough understanding of both individual and team behaviour.