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Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations

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At a Glance

  • Credential: Degree
  • Credits: 90
  • Next Start: Monthly

The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations looks at employment relations in social, legal, political and economic contexts.

  • 35

    Average Age

  • $71k

    Average Salary

Source: Institutional Data Analysis

Q: Why take the Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations?

A:

If you want to better understand labour relations and human resource matters in your own workplace, or if you are interested in a career in the field, the Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations is for you.

Q: How long will it take to complete?

A:

Finish this program in as little as 1 year (post-diploma route) to 3 years (degree route) of full-time study. Or work at your own pace and take as long as you need. There is no time limit for completion.

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations looks at employment relations in social, legal, political and economic contexts. It addresses all aspects of

  • human resource management
  • labour relations
  • human resource development

This program will be of interest to

  • trade unionists
  • managers
  • human resource specialists

Why take the Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations?

If you want to better understand labour relations and human resource matters in your own workplace, or if you are interested in a career in the field, the Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations is for you.

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