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A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with a concentration in Human Resource Management prepares students to become leaders in a myriad of fields and industries—as human resources are at the heart of every workplace.
Human resource (HR) managers oversee an organization’s human resources or employees. HR management professionals work both directly and indirectly with all employees of an organization and serve to bridge the gap between upper management and their employees. They also strive to make all members of the organization feel supported and motivated. The Human Resource Management concentration instructs students on how to approach such issues as employee rights, performance management, and global talent management, creating effective managers with an affinity for people. Other core aspects of employment human resource managers handle include:
Human resource managers wear many hats—recruiter, compensation and benefits director, workforce coordinator, administrative function supervisor—and are crucial team members for organizations across all industries.
Job titles in the human resource management field include the following:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of human resources managers is projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026. The median annual wage for human resources managers was $113,300 in May of 2018.
Earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management can prepare you to learn, lead, and succeed—and you, in turn, will help the workforce to thrive. Find out more about studying Human Resource Management at Nichols by requesting more informationor scheduling a campus visittoday!
If you have questions, our Human Resource Management faculty is here to help—find their contact information below.
Human Resource Management majors must complete 121 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and business core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:
Associate Professor of Management