Human Resources Management

Faculty: Faculty of Business
Degree(s): Bachelor of Business Administration
Campus: Saint John

University of New Brunswick Saint John's BBA students who major in Human Resource Management learn about the personal – and personnel – side of business.

Our graduates are well-prepared for human resource positions in both private and public sector organizations, where they become involved with people-related aspects of the workplace such as: job satisfaction, employee and employer rights, workplace deviance, the positive and negative
impacts and implications of unions, employee compensation, and the importance of recruitment, selection, and training of new employees.

How does it work?

In the BBA program, you must complete a minimum of eight term courses (24 credit hours). Six of these are compulsory; the remaining two courses must be chosen from available electives.

Required courses:

  • Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
  • Employment Law
  • Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to Industrial Relations
  • Business Research Methods
  • Strategic Human Resource Policy

Electives may include:

  • Negotiations and Dispute Resolution
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Training and Development
  • Compensation Structure Development
  • Evaluating and Rewarding Employee Performance
  • Or other HRM related courses

Other options

Concentration in Human Resource Management:

Involves four human resource courses.

Certificate in Human Resource Management:

The Certificate in Human Resource Management is a good choice for those with an HR background, or those who already have a degree and would like to gain more awareness of the HR area.

Work toward your professional designation

Completion of a bachelor's degree is one of the four requirements in obtaining the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. This is a nationally recognized certification in the field of human resources, and it establishes the standards and goals of HR management in business.

Admission Requirements

For admission requirements, select "Business" in our admission requirements tool.