Bachelor of Science in Business, Business Administration – Human Resource Management Concentration
Business Administration – Human Resource Management Concentration
Develops further insights into human resources functions and outside influences on modern business such as economic, social, and legal issues. You may obtain a more strategic understanding of workforce planning and development, training, compensations and benefits, global human resource management, employee health and safety, and labor law.
What can you do with this degree?
With a human resources concentration, you will be ready to work in nearly every field, providing critical support to companies from compensation management to policy and procedure management. You could also work directly with personnel to support company missions and goals.
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