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Human Resource Management, BBA

The strength of any organization is its people. Make a career that leverages your people skills and managerial know-how to support any organizational setting.

Objective

The Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management prepares Miami Herbert students with administrative, communication, leadership, and teamwork skills, as well as with specific, critical knowledge for careers in staffing, personnel, or human resources.

What You'll Learn

In addition to satisfying the requirements of the University’s Cognates Program of General Education and electives to meet the overall 120-credit degree requirement, students pursuing the BBA in Human Resource Management must complete the BBA Business Core of Required Courses and the specific coursework for the Human Resource Management major area of specialization.
Explore the curriculum requirements here.
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Program Type
Major

Degree
BBA

How to Apply

Faculty

Meet some of our distinguished faculty in Human Resource Management.
Sheryl Alonso, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Management; and Academic Director, The Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute

Sheryl Alonso

Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Management; and Academic Director, The Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute
 Valeria Alterman, Assistant Professor, Management

Valeria Alterman

Assistant Professor, Management
Stephen Cerrone, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Management

Stephen Cerrone

Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Management
Marie Dasborough, Associate Professor, Management

Marie Dasborough

Associate Professor, Management
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