Business and Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
Completing this course gets you an Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Management from the CIPD. This tells future employers you have practical experience in the field.
Why study business and human resource management?
People are the most important asset in any organisation. It’s increasingly important for businesses to understand and effectively manage their employees to succeed in a competitive, global economy.
There is always a need for graduates who can help organisations build and develop their workforce.
Why UWE Bristol?
BA(Hons) Business and Human Resource Management combines the study of people management with finance, marketing and strategy to give you a comprehensive understanding of how businesses function.
This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Completing this course will also get you an internationally recognised Intermediate Diploma in Human Resource Management.
Learn about the role of managers and how people contribute to business success. Focus on the practices and issues associated with people management. Develop a solid foundation in business theory and explore the challenges facing modern businesses.
An optional work placement year, recent case studies, guest speakers and staff with extensive industry experience provides you with real-world HR know-how.
Our students value the research-led teaching and enterprising business community at UWE Bristol.
Where can it take me?
This broad degree brings opportunities across HR and business management. Our students have secured HR specialist roles in companies such as IBM, Hewlett Packard, Airbus and Caterpillar, and on HR graduate programmes in both the public and private sectors.
Business & Management, Human Resource Management (HR)
Total fees: $19259
Start date: July
Duration: 2 terms
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