Bachelor of Science (Hon) in Human Resource Management
The Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Human Resource Management is a 360 credit size qualification (UK).
This qualification in Business and Administrative management culminates at OFQUAL Level 7 and has been developed to conform to the requirements of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF), to meet the requirements of employers, the needs of learners of our centres. The qualification is not tied to any specific industry but delivers the skills, knowledge and understanding that are required by learners aspiring to roles in business and human resource management in different sectors on a domestic and international platform.
Student who have completed a one or two year professional diploma may be eligible for exemptions and if these exemptions are granted will receive a Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Human Resource Management.
Year 1 (OFQUAL Level 4)
People in Organisations
Applying Promotional Techniques
Corporate Social Responsibility
Finance for Management
Customer Relationship Management
Year 2 (OFQUAL Level 5)
Why Study a Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Human Resource Management at SCPU Business School ?
This program is designed to partially fulfil the Full Member membership requirements of the Institute of Management Specialists (UK) and to provide students a pathway to directly enter a Masters program at a number of UK universities.
What does it cost ?
Students successfully completing this programme will be awarded a SCPU Business School - Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Human Resource Management degree.
Students wishing to continue their studies can then enrol directly into the SCPU - Business School Post Graduate Diploma in Management (OFQUAL Level 7 - 1 Year) or directly into the SCPU Business School International Master of Business Administration.
Students who wish to, can apply to continue their studies at a number of UK universities. As these qualifications are OFQUAL approved, UK universities will generally accept the credits awarded to students.
At Present the ATHE has specific agreements with the following UK universities:
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Southampton Solent University
- University of Sunderland London Campus
- Northampton University
- Coventry University
- Cardiff Metropolitan University
- Bolton University
- University of Bedfordshire
- Prince Edward Island University
More details on these progression routes can be found here.
Please note that the UK Visas and Immigration Department (UKVI) requires adult students to have acceptable English language ability before they can apply to become an adult student under Tier 4 (General) of the points-based system. An applicant is required to be competent in the English language at a minimum of CEFR level B2 for a QCF qualification at level 6 or above.
How to apply