About BBA in Human Resources

Human resource degree program helps hone critical skills required to effectively liaise between organizational leadership and employees. You will not only explore and evaluate effective recruiting methods and training programs but also, learn how to develop and maintain policies and procedures that ensure your organization remains in compliance with applicable labor laws. In addition, your labor- and employment-relations education will guide you in identifying the pros and cons of business decisions and ultimately determining the best course of action.

Human Resources Professionals are employed in nearly every industry- small or multi-national, start-up or well established; to plan, coordinate, and direct the administrative functions of an organization. Human Resources is designed to provide students with a well-rounded understanding of the fundamental subjects needed to manage a business within a complex and ever-changing environment.

Why choose BBA in Human Resources

Booming industry offering endless opportunities – The opportunities in Human Resource Management exist in nearly every industry. If you want to work in hospitality, education, entertainment, agriculture, manufacturing, or tech — or even at a government agency or nonprofit organization — you’ll have the chance to do so. It’s also possible to specialize in a certain sector.

Flexible and dynamic work environment – Human Resources is a profession that offers a chance to help people, provides a strong opportunity for growth, days with a variety of tasks, work you enjoy and possibly even remote working opportunities and flexible hours.

Professional skills and growth – Management positions typically require an understanding of human resources programs, such as compensation and benefits plans; human resources software; and federal, state, and local employment laws. Some managers start out as human resources specialists or labor relations specialists.

Earning Prospects – According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median pay for Human Resources Specialist was  $121,220 in May 2020. In addition, the top 10% earned an average salary of over $208,000.

Perfect work-life balance – Being a people-centric job, Human Resources is one of the few professions that allow you to have a work-life balance with plenty scope for self-employment for the skilled professionals. With a professional BBA degree, you can become a corporate trainer, HR Consultant, Labor Laws Consultant, Training & Development Officer, etc in any private firm or a local enterprise.

Ever-evolving industry – Employment of human resources managers is projected to grow 6 % from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for all occupations. As new companies form and organizations expand their operations, they will need more human resources professionals to administer and monitor their programs and to ensure that firms adhere to changing employment laws.

Why do a Bachelor at Euclea?

Thanks to this Bachelor, you will acquire solid knowledge and you will emerge with a professional profile: you will understand all the business lines of the company. These bases will allow you to pursue studies and careers.

This 360 ° view will help you refine your appetites, which you can choose to deepen in the third year. Adapted to versatile profiles, the Bachelor in International Business opens the doors to sectors with strong professional opportunities.

Prerequisites : High School/Grade 12/A Levels OR Grade 10/O Levels with Foundation. In the case of a previous course other than the chosen specialty, the candidate's file will be submitted for validation by the educational advisor. A different orientation may be proposed.

Program offered at our UAE Academic Center: Britts Imperial University College for Bachelors, Masters, Executive Masters.

Duration of training: 3 years

Initial or work-study training

Title recognized by the state

This program leads to obtaining the level 6 title of Ressources Humaines, certification registered with the RNCP by decree of April 24, 2020 issued by Ascencia for the College de Paris.