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BA Human Resource Management

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  • Objectives
    # Leading organisations know that the effective management of people is vital to their success and profitability # This course prepares you for a professional career in managing and developing human resources, and is highly relevant to the world of work # It equips you with the skills to manage human, financial and material resources # Understand the behaviour of people at work, the procedures used to manage people effectively and the process of organisational change # Gain an appreciation of core business disciplines such as finance, business planning and organisational theory # Successful completion of the programme gives you direct access to highly sought-after academic and professional development opportunities
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * 220 points including a minimum of 200 points from at least two full 6-unit awards or one full 12-unit award * You should have GCSE English and Maths at Grade C or above * If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience - check out the UCAS tariff conversion table via the UCAS website
  • Academic Title
    BA Human Resource Management
  • Course description
    BA Human Resource Management

    Programme

    -Year 1 explores themes and perspectives related to the sociology of work. It looks at financial and information management, marketing and the business environment, and people and organisations.
     
    -Year 2 looks at the models that can be used in the decisionmaking process. It considers employment law, and focuses on the role of the manager in dealing with the ‘people’ issues of an organisation. It also helps you develop the skills needed for research-based learning within your programmes of study.
     
    -If you do not wish to take up your option of a third year work placement, you could progress straight to your final (third) year which examines distinctive features of British employment relations, the changes that are now taking place and the strategic implications for all parties concerned. It explores employee training and development, and analyses strategies for the attraction, retention and motivation of the human resource at work. You will also have the opportunity to prepare a work-based project of your choice.

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