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Bachelor of Business Administration: Human Resource Management

The foundations of Christian faith are fully integrated into the business courses which uniquely equips our graduates to incorporate ethics and service in their responsibilities, which traits are very attractive to employers.

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Uniquely Equipped to Develop a Company's Most Important Asset



Human resources (also known as HR or human resource management) is an important field in the business world that facilitates and executes hiring, retention, training, and development of a company's employees. The human resource management degree, available in both online and on-campus formats, builds on good people skills and the ability to communicate well, and extends from there to a functional understanding of the key role the human resource manager plays in the development and retention of the most important assets of a business. People are the most important asset, and the effective management of human resources is central to every business strategy.  Human resources is a growing field that crosses into all types of companies and industries. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an estimated 7% growth for HR managers and specialists respectively from 2018-2028.


Program Vitals


Program Credit Hours Delivery Method Catalog Tuition Financial Aid
Human Resource Management, BBA 121

On-Ground

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BBA, Human Resource Management Concentration 120

Online

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SHRM Academically AlignedCareer Preparation

Our online Human Resource Management concentration is aligned with the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. Upon graduation you'll have all the academic requirements to be eligible for their Certified Professional exam. This professional credential demonstrates a high level of knowledge and skills, and gives you a competitive advantage in the job market.