Human Resources Concentration

On Campus and Online Options

Business Administration (BS) – Human Resources at UNC Greensboro is a program of study that provides students a foundation of business knowledge that applies across organizations of any size or scope. Through this concentration, students can learn the basics every human resource professional should know. Coursework is offered in industrial and organizational psychology, compensation and selection, organizational change, diversity management, human resource information systems, and more.

Program Distinctions

The Bryan School holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

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The Student Experience

  • There is an opportunity for significant cross-cultural experience via exchange programs available in approximately 26 countries.
  • The Department of Management offers an experiential learning course with students securing internships or other positions in organizations such as Bank of America, Koury Convention Center, Merrill Lynch, the Embassy of Mexico, and Walt Disney World. Many students have continued employment at these sites after graduation.
  • Events such as Company Spotlights introduce you to the local business community and provide an overview of available internship and employment prospects.
  • There are a variety of student clubs available, such as Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, National Millennial Community, North Carolina Sales Institute, Spartan Investment Club, and THREADS.

After Graduation

Our graduates compete — and succeed — as business professionals in the dynamic, global economy. Options after completion of the program include business officer, corporate communications coordinator, diversity trainer, health care manager, human resource associate, sales manager, or continuing study in law school or as an MBA student.

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