The right people make a difference. No other company asset compares to human capital, the lifeblood of any business organization.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program is a four-year undergraduate degree that allows you to select a concentration that suits your interests and career goals. As a graduate of this degree, you will be able to gain advanced standing towards appropriate professional designations.
Recognizing the critical role of Human Resource Managers to the success of any business, the graduates of Human Resources Management (HRM) concentrations continue to be in great demand. The field of human resources management offers a rich set of potential career options including Recruiting and Placement jobs such as recruiters, interviewers, head hunters, test administrators, and employment managers. HRM graduates may also land jobs in Development and Training where they perform functions as counselors, career planners, training specialists, technical recruitment specialists or orientation specialists. As the ability to satisfy and keep valued employees becomes challenging, more and more companies are now hiring for Compensation Specialists, Benefits Specialists, and Health, Safety, and Security Specialists. The existence of strong labor unions also gives HRM graduates the career option of becoming Employee and Labor Relations Supervisors.
The Acsenda School of Management BBA in Human Resources Management program supports the learning requirements of the Canadian Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation in areas relating to HR planning and staffing, recruitment and selection, employee training and development, compensation management, employee and labour relations, health and safety and organizational development and change. For more detailed information please visit https://cphr.ca/.
Human Resources Management Concentration Courses
6 Courses Required
|BHRM331||Strategic Planning for Human Resources|
|BHRM332||Recruitment and Selection|
|BHRM401||Quality Management & Organizational Excellence|
|BHRM403||Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness|
|HR Management Strategies and Workforce Development Practices with
E-Portfolio or Practicum