This work-based distance learning programme is designed to provide an opportunity for academic recognition to those who are already employed within the discipline of human resource management, or one of its specialist areas, but who have yet to gain academic and professional recognition of their skills and experience.
The Human Resource Management (Hons) programme at University of Lincoln will seek to develop student’s professional competence and enable them to enhance and embellish specific knowledge, skills and abilities relating to their chosen speciality.
In order to achieve professional standing in the HR field great importance is placed upon professional skills development and the application of knowledge in a range of practical situations.
As a result, the teaching team will take as its underpinning delivery strategy the ‘student as producer’ concept, and will actively encourages and expects students to develop their own approaches to assessment tasks through the application of theoretical concepts to their own working environment.
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To ensure that you can start at the optimum time, we offer start points throughout the year.
How You StudyThis flexible learning programme can be tailored to individual needs and circumstances and provides an academically rigorous learning environment within which students have the opportunity to extend skills, expertise, knowledge, vision and personal/career development by:
This is an online programme. You can attend from the comfort of your chair! So you don't need a student visa!
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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