This degree enables you to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to become a successful human resources professional.
Human resource management (HRM) is a key business area because attracting, training and retaining the right staff directly impacts on the performance of a business. Consequently, most organisations and companies invest in their human resources (HR) departments and smaller companies will either employ someone with HR knowledge or outsource this element of their business to a HR consultancy.
The role of a HR professional can be very diverse and you can choose to specialise in a particular field or work across a number of HR spheres. The course will focus on core human resource management areas, such as HR strategy, effective organisational structure, staff recruitment and retention, training and development, employment law, equality and diversity as well as how leaders develop and motivate their employees to achieve high standards of performance. This includes developing your personal, interpersonal, coaching, mentoring and group skills so that you can become an effective manager in any business sector.
Year of entry 2016
Length 3 years full-time · 4 years with placement · 4 years with overseas study
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