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BBA - Human Resource Management Concentration

Strayer University's Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management program is designed to provide students with foundational skills in business operations and personnel relations. Continue reading for more information regarding this online program.

Official Program Name:

Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management

School Offering Program:

Strayer University

Degree Level:

Bachelor's

Program Prerequisites:

Individuals interested in enrolling in this program may have exceptional people skills. They may also have leadership experience through participation in school-based, extracurricular, or community groups. Applicants to Strayer University should have already earned a high school diploma or equivalent; however, graduate or specialized programs may have additional requirements.

Program Description:

The Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management curriculum is intended to teach students about marketing, economics, budgeting, and financial management. A business capstone course is integrated to the program and is designed to help students develop strategizing and managerial skills. Within the concentration area, participants have the opportunity to examine methods for recruiting, hiring, developing, and retaining employees. The program is designed to explore federal laws specific to labor relations and wages, and students have the chance to learn about the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service as well as the Federal Labor Relations Authority. In addition, participants have the opportunity to study topics specific to labor unions, including grievances, group negotiations, and arbitrations.

Learning Format:

Online and Campus-Based

Total Credits Required:

180 credits

Financial Aid:

Students enrolled in Strayer University may be eligible for federal grants and loans, employer tuition assistance, military benefits, state grants, institutional scholarships, and private loans.

Required Courses for a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management:

Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Strayer University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.

Area I - Core Component (27 credits)

  • ACC 100: Accounting I
  • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
  • BUS 107: Fundamentals of E-Business
  • CIS 105: Introduction to Information Systems
  • ENG 115: English Composition
  • MAT 105: Introduction to College Mathematics

Area II - Major Component (27 credits)

  • BUS 302: Principles of Management
  • BUS 309: Business Ethics
  • ECO 100: Principles of Economics
  • FIN 100: Principles of Finance
  • LEG 100: Business Law I
  • MKT 100: Principles of Marketing

Area II - Concentration Component (27 credits)

  • BUS 310: Human Resource Management
  • BUS 335: Staffing Organizations
  • BUS 405: Labor Relations
  • BUS 407: Training and Development
  • BUS 409: Compensation Management
  • BUS 499: Business Administration Capstone

Area III - General Studies Component (54 credits)

  • ENG 215: Research and Writing
  • ENG 240: Communication for Business and the Professions
  • HUM 100: Introduction to Art, Music, and Literature
  • HUM 101: The Origins of Western Culture
  • HUM 200: Logic
  • HUM 400: Religion and Philosophy
  • MAT 300: Statistics
  • POL 300: Contemporary International Problems OR ECO 405: Economic Problems and Issues
  • PSY 100: The Individual and Society OR PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology
  • SCI 110: Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115: Introduction to Biology
  • SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 300: Sociology of Developing Countries

Area IV - Elective Component (45 credits)

With the number of electives available to business majors, students have the chance to earn an academic minor. However, students attending New Jersey campuses must choose five electives from economics, English, foreign languages, history, humanities, mathematics, political science, psychology, science, or sociology fields.

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Furthering Your Education:

Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management program could be able to earn voluntary professional certifications through such organizations as the Society for Human Resource Management or the American Society for Training and Development. Another option would be to pursue a master's degree, which could provide students with advanced theories and practical approaches for working in various organizational settings. Participating in a graduate degree program could also allow students to develop managerial skills.

Master's degree options include, but are not limited to:

  • Master of Science in Human Resource Management
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science in Organizational Behavior

Career Paths:

The Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Human Resource Management program is designed to develop students' business planning and execution abilities. Graduates of this Strayer University program could go on to work for local or federal government agencies, private staffing firms, not-for-profit organizations, schools, or business conglomerates.

Job titles that graduates could be able to seek include:

  • Human resource coordinator
  • Office administrator
  • Recruiter

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