Established in 1901, with over 19,000 students worldwide. The University of Sunderland is an innovative, forward-thinking university with high standards of teaching, research and support that sits at the heart of one of the UK’s most up and coming cities.The university has strong links with industry and businesses and works closely with some of the world’s leading companies. We’re internationally known for the quality of our teaching and research. And we’re proud to be recognised as being one of the UK’s top providers of transnational education. Testament to our growing reputation, the university was the highest climber in The Guardian League Tables this year, rising 30 places.
This Bachelor’s Degree (Honours) in Business and Human Resource Management programme is highly relevant to the workplace. It has a greater focus on the skills and knowledge needed for the Human Resources function in modern organisations.
You will study a range of modules, which will help you to understand contemporary developments in HR, learning and development, and employee relations, as well as giving you a solid grounding in the fundamentals of business.
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management (NCR# 252649)
Mode of Study
Stage 1: 100% online Learning
Stage 2 : Face to face
University of Sunderland
BA (Hons) Business and Management (Year 3 / Final Year)
- Contemporary Employee Relations (20 credits)
- Developing the Reflexive Practitioner (20 credits)
- Managing and Leading Change (20 credits)
- Exploring Equality and Diversity (20 credits)
- International HRM (20 credits)
- Applied HR Project (20 credits)
HKCEE / HKALE or HKCEE with at least 2 year’s work experience
- Holder of a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business / HRM; OR
- Applicants who are holders of Higher Diploma/Associate Degree in Business / HRM or equivalent are considered on a case by case basis; AND
- English proficiency of IELTS 6.0; GCSE Grade C or equivalent.
- Other students without the above qualification are considered on a case by case basis or can enter the final year top-up programme via HND pathways.
Candidates whose first language is English or whose previous verified qualification was taught and assessed in English are exempted from the aforementioned English Language requirement.