B.B.A. Human Resources Management
Why study Human Resources
Our Human Resource Management curriculum is fully updated for the modern workplace—you’ll learn about the challenges of remote work and the technologies that power the way we work now.
What is it?
- Human Resources professionals focus on a range of topics including training and development, staffing and recruiting, and compensation strategies.
Why is it practical?
- The median pay of an HR Resources Specialist is $61,920 and a Human Resources Manager is $113,000.
- Human Resources (HR) is a core function of essentially every business and more companies are seeking new college graduates to fill roles in their HR department
Why is it unique or exciting?
- This Human Resources degree is career-oriented, incorporating feedback from a variety of corporations to determine which skills were missing from most recent graduates
Human Resource professionals always wear many hats, and you’ll learn how they all fit—business, finance, people skills, management, and more.
Your study will include courses designed to help you create a portfolio of work to show to prospective employers, as soon as you graduate.