100% OF OUR BA (HONS) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STUDENTS WERE SATISFIED WITH THEIR COURSE
NATIONAL STUDENT SURVEY 2018
Human resource management (HRM) plays a vital part at every level of all organisations. People are an organisation’s most important asset, so HRM concerns all people and people-related issues. Organisations will only succeed if their people are well managed, motivated, committed and engaged.
This human resources degree will give you an all-round understanding of business and specialist knowledge of HRM. This means you will understand how HRM fits into the bigger picture and be a more employable graduate.
Graduates with a HRM degree are highly attractive to employers throughout the world, especially in many emerging markets. The ability to lead and get the best out of people is challenging yet vital for the modern manager, and this HRM degree will prepare you for such a role.
We have an excellent reputation for delivering high-quality teaching in this field and we have strong links with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) – the UK’s professional HR body.
Students on the Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree will study essential business modules and specialist modules. These include commercial procurement, projects and operations management, logistics and
materials management, strategic procurement and commercial relationships, and supply chain risk and sustainability.
This mix of general and specialist modules reflects real life. It enables you to learn about diﬀerent parts of a business supply chain and the interconnectivity of suppliers, and how working together generates value. Through our strong links with industry, you’ll also learn methodologies and techniques used in the workplace. You will also have the opportunity to take part in industry visits, with recent examples including GE Aviation, Continental Teves, and Tesco Distribution Centres.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management students will gain the knowledge and ability to work in many areas, including supply chain management, operations management, purchasing and logistics. Our graduates have an excellent track record in relevant, well-paid careers.
Please note: CIPD accreditation may not be achieved if students do not meet the minimum pass requirements dictated by the accrediting body.
Year One: Human Resource Management Degree
- Business Skills and Professional Development
- HRM: Organisational Behaviour
- Economics, Law and Regulations
- Foundations in Marketing
- Accounting in Business
- Supply Chain Management
Year Two: Human Resource Management Degree
- Quantitative Techniques in Business
- Research Methods
- Project Management
- Resource and Talent Planning
- Strategic HRM
- Developing Talent for Success
- HRM in the Workplace
- 10-week internship – 60 credits (optional)
Year Three: Human Resource Management Degree
- Business Strategy
- Leadership and Management Development
- Employee Engagement
- International HRM
- HRM Dissertation/Research Project
You will also study one module from the following options:
- Professional Practice and Employability
- Ethics and Sustainability: Theory and Practice
- Local Global Interaction