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BA in Human Resource Management (Extended) (Full Time)

University of Greenwich

Bachelor Degree , Human Resource Management

Course Description

If you're interested in helping people develop in a business environment, study our human resource management degree with an added foundation year.

Through our extended degree in human resource management, you will learn how to develop people and their skills - important for any business. You'll study modules in people management, employee relations, reward and motivation, as well as cross-cultural and diversity management and employment law.

A foundation year at the start of your studies will give you the skills required to flourish at degree level. Study in subsequent years will follow the curriculum of our three-year course.

You can apply to join the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development as a student member, which will give you access to online resources. Careers open to graduates from this course include training and development, personnel or human resource management, and employee relations.

  • This four-year degree is identical to the three-year course but has a foundation year with lower entry requirements.
  •  This CIPD-accredited course provides a strong foundation for your career in HR.
  •  You'll stay one step ahead of your competitors by taking pioneer courses in HR metrics and HR analytics - the first course in the UK to offer this!

If you're interested in helping people develop in a business environment, study our human resource management degree with an added foundation year. Through our extended degree in human resource management, you will learn how to develop people and their skills - important for any business. You'll study modules in people management, employee relations, reward and motivation, as...

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Course Content

Year 0

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Introduction to Management (15 credits)
  • Understanding International Business 1 (15 credits)
  • Understanding International Business 2 (15 credits)
  • Extended Project (30 credits)
  • Software Tools for Academic Practice (15 credits)
  • Leadership and Enterprise (15 credits)
  • Introduction to Ethics and Society (15 credits)

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Professional Practice 1 (15 credits)
  • Managing Organisations and Individuals (30 credits)
  • Human Resources Metrics (15 credits)
  • International Business Functions (15 credits)
  • International Business Environment (15 credits)
  • Introduction to Human Resource Management (30 credits)

Year 2

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Professional Practice 2: Communications and Research (15 credits)
  • Cross Cultural Management and Diversity Management (30 credits)
  • Human Resource Analytics (15 credits)
  • Teams in Organisations (15 credits)
  • Employee Relations and Reward (30 credits)
  • Employment Law (15 credits)

Year 3

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Dissertation (30 credits)
  • Career & Professional Practice (15 credits)
  • Talent Management and Development (30 credits)
  • Strategic & Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management (30 credits)

Students are required to choose 15 credits from this list of options.

  • Leadership in Organisations (15 credits)
  • Negotiations (15 credits)

Year 0 Students are required to study the following compulsory modules. Introduction to Management (15 credits) Understanding International Business 1 (15 credits) Understanding International Business 2 (15 credits) Extended Project (30 credits) Software Tools for Academic...

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Entry Requirements

Applicants will normally have the equivalent of 64 UCAS points, plus GCSE English (language or literature) and mathematics at grade C / 4 or above.

This might include:

  • A-levels with grades DDE (or above) in relevant subjects
  • 64 UCAS points, including points from at least two AS-levels in relevant subjects
  • Three/four AS?levels with at least three C grades (or above) in relevant subjects
  • International Baccalaureate (Certificate or Diploma) with 20 points or more from at least three relevant subjects
  • Other qualifications, which will be considered on application.

Applicants will normally have the equivalent of 64 UCAS points, plus GCSE English (language or literature) and mathematics at grade C / 4 or above. This might include: A-levels with grades DDE (or above) in relevant subjects 64 UCAS points, including points from at least two AS-levels in relevant subjects Three/four...

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Assessment Methods

Each course has formal assessments which count towards your grade. Some courses may also include ‘practice’ assessments, which help you monitor progress and do not count towards your final grade.

Each course has formal assessments which count towards your grade. Some courses may also include ‘practice’ assessments, which help you monitor progress and do not count towards your final grade.