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Campbellsville University Online BS in Business Administration: Human Resource Management
Campbellsville University Online

BS in Business Administration: Human Resource Management

Campbellsville, USA

4 Years


Full time, Part time

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Aug 2024

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Distance Learning


The online BS in Business Administration: Human Resource Management degree from Campbellsville University prepares students for success as leadership professionals. Designed for working individuals striving for career advancement, the program provides a comprehensive understanding of business essentials while delivering the key human resources management skills you’ll need to reach your personal career goals. Through a curriculum founded on Christian principles and ethics, you’ll elevate your potential and graduate fully equipped to pursue Campbellsville’s MBA - Human Resources, and to land the leadership career you want.

The program requires the completion of 120 total credit hours, including 33 hours from emphasis-specific courses. Through the business administration core courses, you’ll build professional knowledge in business fundamentals, including microcomputer applications, the principles of accounting and management, business law, social statistics, and more. Your human resource management courses will help you prepare for a career in human resources, as well as other diverse management positions. You’ll become proficient in areas such as organizational behavior, recruiting and retention, performance management, leadership concepts, and more.

Courses are taught by expert educators who incorporate years of field experience into each lesson. Committed to helping you accomplish your academic and professional goals, your educators will provide you with personalized attention as you navigate courses through Campbellsville’s convenient online classroom. Interact with your educators, discuss course topics with classmates and complete your degree on your schedule without ever attending class on campus.

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