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Programme Structure First year One compulsory course, ID100 Employment Relations Three options. Second year One compulsory course, ID290 Human Resource Management Three options from Group A and B below Third year One compulsory course, ID300 Selected Topics in Employment Relations and Human Resource Management Three full course units from Group A and B below (must include at least one full course unit from the 3rd year option list) Objectives The Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour Group is one of the best places in the UK to study employment relations and human resource management. The general aims of the BSc programme are: to provide a high-quality education in employment relations and human resource management in a research-active environment; to help students understand the social science basis and interdisciplinary nature of employment relations and human resource management; to allow students to develop their skills in social science disciplines ranging from economics to anthropology, through the availability of outside options; to provide students with analytical skills that will help them think about contemporary issues in employment relations and contribute to policy debates; and to provide a basis for further study and for careers in fields which require individuals to possess intellectual flexibility, strong analytical skills and the ability critically to analyse complex bodies of material. Requirements Which international qualifications are accepted? A wide range of international qualifications are accepted in lieu of A levels, for example the American College Board Advanced Placement (AP), the Irish Leaving Certificate (ILC), the European Baccalaureate (EB), the French Baccalaureate (FB) and the Abitur. Canadian and Australian High School Diplomas are also accepted. In addition strong applicants with other international qualifications may be asked to sit our LSE Entrance Examination|. This allows LSE academics to see examples of written English performed under examination conditions and is particularly useful where school certification is not based upon a standardised national curriculum. The Entrance Examination, which comprises a pr?cis section, an essay section and a Mathematics section, can be taken at any recognised centre anywhere in the world; without any financial cost. For more information on the qualifications that are accepted without the need to sit the Entrance Examination and those for which the Entrance Examination will be required, see the country-by-country guide. Mode of Attendance : Full - time

Programme Structure First year One compulsory course, ID100 Employment Relations Three options. Second year One compulsory course, ID290 Human Resource Management Three options from Group A and B below Third year One compulsory course, ID300 Selected Topics in Employment Relations and Human Resource Management Three full course units from Group A and B below (must include at least one full course...

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