Bachelor Of Science In Business Administration With A Specialization In Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Bachelors Degree
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Pursue Your Passion to Become a Human Resource Industry Leader

A career in human resources means face-to-face interaction with employees as you help them transition through the hiring, promotion, and eventually the retirement process. If this field interests you, our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) – Human Resource Management could be the degree for you!

Develop your professional skill set so you can become the industry leader you aspire to be and make a difference in the lives of the employees you work with. Your studies will give you hands-on experience working in teams so you can practice a healthy work dynamic.

At Liberty, we will equip you to lead with integrity and humility. Our mission is to Train Champions for Christ, and you will feel it in every area of your academic career with us. From your professors praying over you to the spiritual leadership team on your residence hall, you will be encouraged through every season of your college experience.

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Award-Winning Campus

At Liberty, you’ll find an affordable, high-quality education that equips students like you for the real world. Our commitment to excellence helped us rank among Niche.com’s Top 5 college campuses in America. Earning your degree from a nonprofit university with state-of-the-art resources like ours can help set you apart from your peers.

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Why Choose Liberty’s Human Resource Management Degree?

Study Hands-On

  • Our School of Business is housed in its own 78,000 square-foot state-of-the-art building, with interactive classrooms and our centers for entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and cyber excellence.
  • Use resources provided by our information technology labs, networking and data centers, and our simulated stock trading room!

Develop Spiritually

Our campus offers a variety of ways to grow closer to Christ, including:

  • Convocation (similar to chapel) up to three times a week. We host more than 80 nationally and internationally known speakers each year.
  • Campus Community, our weekly Wednesday night church service, where students gather to worship and receive a biblical message.
  • Student leadership on every residence hall, who will pray for you and provide mentorship and discipleship on an individual level.

Get Involved

  • With over 200 student-led clubs to choose from, you are sure to find an extracurricular that excites and challenges you.
  • Be one of the first to respond to crises in the U.S. or study abroad with our LU Send team.
  • Join our Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), one of the world’s largest associations devoted to the field of human resource management.

    What Will You Learn in Our B.S. in Human Resource Management?

    The main duty of a human resources manager is to maximize employee performance in the service of their employer’s business objectives. If you want to work in the human resources field, it is vital that you are trained in the following areas:

    • Organizational behavior
    • Compensation management
    • Workforce planning
    • Employee and labor relations

    Our human resource management specialization provides training in each of these subject areas, and more! In addition to the human resource management-focused courses, all of our business administration degrees contain a core curriculum in general business, accounting, finance, and marketing in domestic and international marketplaces.

    View the Degree Completion Plan, and check out our featured courses below to learn more about what you’ll be studying!

    Featured Courses

    • BUSI 343: Employee and Labor Relations

    Here’s what you’ll learn:

    • About collective bargaining
    • The major substantive issues in bargaining to include their implication for public policy
    • The negotiation process and the scope of labor contracts to include the day-to-day administration of contracts
    • The problem of dealing with labor conflict
    • BUSI 440: Compensation Management

    Here’s what you’ll learn:

    • Philosophy and fundamental guiding principles for wages and salaries in business institutions
    • Compensation management, job analysis, administrative job evaluation, basis compensation plans, executive compensation, and administrative controls
    • BUSI 443: Workforce Planning and Employment

    Here’s what you’ll learn:

    • Recruitment, assessment, selection, placement and appraisal issues and methods necessary to align the organizational workforce with the strategic goals of the organization
    • The laws and guidelines related to the DOL, INS, EEOC, and other legal enforcement agencies as related to the staffing process
    • BUSI 444: Human Resource Development

    Here’s what you’ll learn:

    • The design, implementation, and management of employee orientation, career development, and training programs
    • Human resource development issues examined include strategic training, needs assessment, theories, program design, evaluation, and training methods as well as career management
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    Career Opportunities for Business Administration: Human Resource Management Graduates

    Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Human Resource Management degree prepares you for work in the following occupations:

    • Human resources assistant
    • Human resources director
    • Human resources generalist
    • Human resources manager

    Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees

    Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:

    • Admission application
    • Official high school transcripts
    • Official college transcripts (if applicable)
    • Results from the CLT, SAT, or ACT are not required for admission, but may be used in consideration for merit-based aid.
    • Admission essay

    *Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.