University of Bradford

Human Resource Management BSc (Hons)

University of Bradford
In Bradford

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Typology Master
Location Bradford
Duration 3 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Master
  • Bradford
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Our 3-year BSc (Hons) programme in Human Resource Management gives you the skills you need to operate effectively in the contemporary global business environment.
As a graduate, you'll be equipped to:
provide ethical leadership
generate sustainable value through people for both business and society
thrive in a range of business environments and sectors
You'll get a broad overview of core business disciplines in year one, giving you a firm foundation for your degree. You will then specialise in Human Resource Management through core specialist modules. You'll also have the flexibility to choose additional optional modules related to your interests and career aspirations.
Employability and enterprise skills fundamental for your employability and career development are integrated strongly throughout the programme, improving your critical awareness and career prospects.
Our academic team are research active and industry experienced. This means that the teaching you receive reflects the latest thinking and professional practices.
We also offer a four-year version of the programme, which includes a placement year in industry.

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Bradford (West Yorkshire)
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Richmond Road, BD7 1DP


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· Requirements

Typical offer: BBB / 120 UCAS points

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What you'll learn on the course

Business Environment
Resource Management
Global Business
Sustainability and Social Responsibility

Course programme

The modules for this course can be found in the latest programme specification.

This programme aims to prepare managers of the future, equipping them with the knowledge and skills that will allow them to operate effectively in the contemporary global business environment specialising in Human Resource Management.

Year One:

  • Foundations of Marketing (20 credits) core
  • Introduction to Accounting (20 credits) core
  • People Work and Organisations/Work in Context (20 credits) core
  • Principles of Management (20 credits) core
  • Operations and Information Systems Management (20 credits) core
  • Business Economics (20 credits) option
  • Sustainability and Social Responsibility (20 credits) option
  • Introduction to Finance (20 credits) option
  • Principles and Practice of International Business (20 credits) option

Year Two:

  • Employability and Enterprise Skills (20 credits) core
  • Human Resource Management (20 credits) core
  • International Business Strategy (20 credits) core
  • Business Law and Ethics (20 credits) core
  • Organisational Design and Analysis (20 credits) core
  • Management Accounting (20 credits) option
  • Strategic Management (20 credits) option
  • Multinational Finance and Investment (20 credits) option
  • Integrated Marketing Communications (20 credits) option
  • Management of Information Systems (20 credits) option
  • European Business and Management (20 credits) option
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management (20 credits) option

Year Three:

  • Project/Dissertation (40 credits) core
  • Leading and Managing People (20 credits) core
  • Reward Development and Talent Management (20 credits) core
  • Contemporary Development in Employee Relations (20 credits) core
  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (20 credits) option
  • Services Operations Management (20 credits) option
  • Multinationals in Emerging Economies (20 credits) option
  • Cross Cultural Management (20 credits) option
  • Innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (20 credits) option

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