Bachelor of Management,
Major in Human Resource Management
The human resources (HR) function has evolved from a mainly administrative role to a far more strategic one that contributes to an organization's business planning and long-term strategy. A management career in human resources demands integrity, confidentiality, and excellent interpersonal skills, but also requires knowledge of accounting, finance, and strategic management.
Your Bachelor of Management degree will give you the broad-based business knowledge you need to become not only a successful HR professional, but a respected management professional who knows how to contribute to departmental and organizational goals.
The following are the requirements for completing years three and four of your Bachelor of Management, Major in Human Resource Management, assuming you have taken years one and two with AU. If you hold a college diploma, review our post-diploma program plans and contact a program advisor to assist you with course selection.
Years 3 and 4 (60 credits)
|Options (27 credits)
||Business and Administrative
Studies credits at the senior (300 or 400) level. Students are recommended
to take IDRL
and ORGB courses.
||Non-Business and Administrative Studies credits (Humanities, Science, Social Science, or Applied Studies courses). At least 12
credits required at the senior (300 or 400) level, LBST courses recommended. Students must select nine credits (three courses) from the critical perspectives courses as outlined in the general 120-credit program.
|NOTE: Students cannot
use IDRL 312 to fulfill a critical perspectives course as it is a
requirement in this major.
Please note: all students must abide by the official University regulations set out for their program. Full BMgmt regulations are found here: http://calendar.athabascau.ca/undergrad/management.php