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Arden University

Business (Human Resource Management)

UCAS Code: Not applicable

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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Course option

3years

Full-time | 2019

Other options

3 years | Distance learning | 2019

3.0 years | Distance learning | 2019

The BA (Hons) Business (HRM) will provide you with an understanding of the key aspects of current practice in the field of HRM alongside current and emerging developments in related disciplines. You will develop skills and understanding specific to Strategic HRM and the role of the HR function in a wide range of organisational contexts. You will learn about staff planning, employee relationships, development and training and employment law, and apply all of this in national and international contexts. With CMI accreditation and membership, this qualification have high value to many employers and will increase your employability prospects. You will also develop a range of transferrable skills that will aid you to pursue a business career or further relevant study.

**Blended Learning:**

When you sign up for one of our compressed blended courses and become a student at an Arden University study centre, you get the best of both worlds. All the structure and personal tuition of a full time degree, coupled with the rich online resources and materials that our online students benefit from. This option is ideal for students who want the routine of a full time campus-based degree, without the full time commitment. This course is available to study at one of our study centres in Birmingham, Manchester, Tower Hill, Holborn and Ealing.

Assessment methods

Assessments provide an opportunity to demonstrate your strengths in a number of ways and so a variety of methods are used, these could include:

Assignment;
Essays;
Presentations;
Case studies;
Portfolios of work;
Exams;
To support your development and ensure you are on the right track with your studies we will provide you with tutor feedback on every assessment you submit.

If required, your tutor may be able to give you suggestions for improvement and help you understand how to apply your newly acquired skills into real life settings.

The Uni


Course locations:

Tower Hill Study Centre

Manchester Study Centre

Holborn Study Centre

Ealing Study Centre

Birmingham Study Centre

Distance Learning

Department:

Business and Management

TEF rating:

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