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The first intake for this course is Sept 2021/22.

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BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management is designed to develop your capabilities to work at a strategic level around attracting, developing and engaging the right people. With most contemporary organisations recognising that people are their most important asset, a career in Human Resources enables you to play a key role in organisational success.   

This course develops the key skills you need to understand and apply management research evidence and theory. Its key focus is on leading and managing organisations’ human resources ethically, responsibly and sustainably.  

You’ll study key concepts such as strategic resourcing, human resource development, employee relations, performance and reward, and employment law. At the same time, you’ll develop broader knowledge and understanding of the global business context. 

The course prioritises building professional practice capabilities through problem-based and experiential learning. This approach will equip you with the skills and qualities sought by employers across the private, public and not-for-profit (NFP) sectors that underpin successful enterprise. 

Between Years 2 and 3 we offer you the chance to undertake a work placement in the UK or overseas, or to study outside the UK with one of our long-standing partner institutions. It means you’ll gain crucial real-world experience, preparing you for professional employment or other enterprise-related activity.  

We’ll support you registering as a student CIPD member which will enable you to access member-only materials, as well as offer the opportunity to attend a wide range of events that provide a professional perspective on contemporary HR and to network with HR professionals in the field. When you successfully complete your course, we’ll recommend you for Level 5 CIPD professional membership as an Associate Member (Assoc. CIPD).

Course Information

UCAS Code
N110

Level of Study
Undergraduate

Mode of Study
3 years full-time or 4 year sandwich

Department
Newcastle Business School

Location
City Campus, Northumbria University

City
Newcastle

Start
September 2021

Fee Information

Module Information

Department / Newcastle Business School

Newcastle Business School has a global reputation for delivering some of the best business management education in the UK.

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Our BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management programme features research-rich, but practice-led, teaching that develops your cultural, contextual and ethical professional understanding.  

Throughout the programme, we’ll support you to develop your ability to practice as a Human Resources professional. This includes not only gaining knowledge of contemporary HR issues such as HR Analytics, Reward and Performance, and Resourcing and Development for Diversity, but learning how to practically apply this knowledge in an organisational context. You’ll undertake this through student-led, experiential, problem-based learning for which you’re supported to work interactively and collaboratively.  

You’ll learn through real-world case studies of multinational corporations and regional/local SMEs, as well as public and not-for-profit organisations and social enterprises, cultivating your capacity for practical application, leadership and management.  

Virtual, self-directed learning technologies support you 24/7 including extensive, carefully curated resources from the world’s leading management researchers and practitioners. Our eLearning portal also enables you to contact your tutors both in real time, and to submit the assessments that support your learning. 

Between years 2 and 3 you can spend a placement year in industry. We have strong links with a wide range of local through to international organisations offering excellent placement opportunities. Alternatively, you might choose to take a study year abroad, a chance to experience a different academic environment and culture through our partners in countries including Japan, Australia, Europe and US.  Whether you work or study, this crucial, real-world experience will enhance your options for professional employment or other enterprise-related activity. 

The development of your research and discovery capabilities is underpinned by both statistical and qualitative approaches. In the final year, this culminates in a 40-credit student-led, supervisor-supported integrative dissertation, a ‘live client’ management enquiry or consultancy project with our Business Clinic. It all contributes to your real-world learning. 

Our academic teaching teams comprise experienced HR practitioners and researchers who continue to be actively engaged in professional practice. To maintain their professional profiles, our staff are actively engaged in consultancy, enterprise, organisational consultancy and research in areas such as supporting workforces through global crises, financial crime, the ageing workforce, organisational psychology, social entrepreneurship, business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Our academics are also members of signature research groups that include digital business, strategic innovation and entrepreneurial leadership, and responsible business. 

The involvement of our academics in these activities directly informs the content of modules we teach offering the chance to develop up-to-the-minute understanding of the challenges of complex, global workplaces.

At Newcastle Business School you’ll experience a first-class education in a world-class environment. From our social spaces and hub areas to lecture theatres and exhibition spaces, our facilities are exceptional. For example, the 24/7 university library achieves some of the highest levels of student satisfaction in the UK and has held the Cabinet Office accreditation for Customer Service Excellence since 2010. 

We’re also committed to helping you make the most of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) by embedding it throughout the course. Tools such as the ‘Blackboard’ eLearning Portal and electronic reading lists are there to help you efficiently and thoroughly prepare for seminars and independent research. Lecture capture software means you can revise previously lectured material online in your time, as well as at your own speed. 

What’s more, there are plenty of opportunities to put your learning into practice through volunteering, internships and placements. This includes the Business Clinic that provides student consultancy facilities to work with our clients in response to their business problem. Our clients are drawn from a range of organisations including multinationals, SMEs, not-for-profit charities and social enterprises from across the region and nationally. 

Facilities / Learning Environment

Newcastle Business School delivers first class teaching in a world class environment.

City Campus East

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As a professional and international School, the Newcastle Business School develops individuals to achieve leadership, management and employability potential through business relevant, research engaged education.

Northumbria University Library

Northumbria University is a research-rich, business-focused, professional university with a global reputation for academic excellence.  

Our ethos underpins the problem-based, experiential learning approaches embedded within our research-rich curriculum. This approach will equip you to apply and develop knowledge in ‘real world’ situations reflecting the contemporary nature of human resources, mindful of the cultural context and able to act ethically with integrity. 

In the final year of the programme, you’ll develop your capabilities as a critically reflective HR professional capable of making a strategic impact through proactively leading change. As well as tutor-directed, research-rich modules, you’ll undertake a substantial, independent research-based project relating to your chosen subject specialism. This project will help you develop and demonstrate your curiosity, creative problem-solving and innovative capability to critically evaluate and analyse academic or professional practice.

At Newcastle Business School we’re committed to preparing you for your future career and helping you compete in the graduate labour market, applying your own learning to your own career planning. You’ll graduate with not only your degree, but Associate membership of the CIPD, which demonstrates both your academic and professional capabilities within the human resources field.  Our BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management programme is designed to support you in developing the key competencies, skills and attitude that graduates need. Developing leadership, enterprise and employability capabilities is at the heart of all module learning experiences and assessment. 

We offer a number of additional opportunities to enhance your CV, develop your employability or enterprise skills, and increase commercial awareness. These include work placements, overseas travel and study, guest speakers and networking. We have links with the award-winning Human Resource Management student society, which provide additional guest lectures and networking opportunities, as well as mock interviews to improve your preparation for future roles. There are also volunteering programmes both within and outside the University, and for representing your programme at Programme or School level.  

Over the past five years, many of our students have successfully secured Human Resource Management positions in public and private organisations in roles for companies and organisations including PWC, Nissan, ITV and local authorities. Others have moved outside HRM to secure roles as management consultants and operations managers.

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Entry Requirements 2020/21

Standard Entry

120 UCAS Tariff points

From a combination of acceptable Level 3 qualifications which may include: A-level, BTEC Diplomas/Extended Diplomas, Scottish and Irish Highers, Access to HE Diplomas, or the International Baccalaureate.

Find out how many points your qualifications are worth by using the UCAS Tariff calculator: www.ucas.com/ucas/tariff-calculator

Subject Requirements:

There are no specific subject requirements for this course.

GCSE Requirements:

Applicants will need Maths and English Language at minimum grade 4/C, or equivalents.

Additional Requirements:

There are no additional requirements for this course.

International Qualifications:

We welcome applicants with a range of qualifications which may not match those shown above.

If you have qualifications from outside the UK, find out what you need by visiting www.northumbria.ac.uk/yourcountry

English Language Requirements:

International applicants shoud have a minimum overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with 5.5 in each component (or an approved equivalent*).

*The university accepts a large number of UK and International Qualifications in place of IELTS. You can find details of acceptable tests and the required grades in our English Language section: www.northumbria.ac.uk/englishqualifications

Fees and Funding 2020/21 Entry

UK/EU Fee in Year 1: TBC

International Fee in Year 1: TBC

ADDITIONAL COSTS

There are no Additional Costs

Scholarships and Discounts

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Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

AF4038 -

Financial Decision Making (Core,20 Credits)

The ‘Financial Decision Making’ module will provide you with the knowledge and numerical and problem solving skills that will greatly enhance your employability within any business environment. You will be able to assess the performance of businesses with regard to profitability, solvency, financial structure and working capital management by means of analysing and interpreting their financial statements. You will also be able to make decisions in relation to planning and control for a business as a whole, and evaluate individual projects by using investment appraisal techniques, taking into account risk and uncertainty.

More information

BM9403 -

Business Analysis for Decision Making (Core,20 Credits)

The module will equip you with skills to help you when dealing with analytical content in future study and employment, either work placement or graduate role, with an appropriate level of understanding and proficiency in some commonly used analytical business applications. The module will provide you with a theoretical understanding of various business modelling and data-handling applications supported through practical tutor-led workshops.

You will be assessed on your understanding and proficiency in data management, analysis and presentation using appropriate tools. The assessment will aim, wherever possible, to simulate “real-world” tasks and scenarios. You will therefore be required to work on a series of tasks over the course of the semester in preparation for the final assessment.

The data-handling and interpretative skills learned on this module are directly transferable to your further academic study and working life and are vital in a wide range of graduate roles. The skills and tools identified for use in the module are based upon research and collaboration with a variety of businesses. In line with this, and to deepen your understanding of the practical content of the module, you will also be expected to engage in additional reading to aid your understanding of the importance of the use of data modelling, analysis and interpretation in both business and academic settings, thereby engaging in research-led learning.

More information

HR9409 -

Preparing for Professional Practice (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9412 -

Business, Economy and Society (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9413 -

People, Management and Organisations (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

MK9414 -

Introduction to Marketing (Core,20 Credits)

Introduction to Marketing does exactly what it says on the tin. The module will lead you through basic principles and strategies used by marketers to research, design, produce, distribute, sell and manage products and services to satisfy a variety of target markets.
Employment opportunities within this discipline are very broad, suiting the needs of a wide variety of personality types and skills sets – introverts and extroverts; from logically focused analysts, thorough to researchers, creative designers, and strategic salesperson. You will develop both knowledge and the ability to apply principles of marketing to different types of organisations using a variety of marketing tools, and developing employability skills around teamwork, presentation delivery, research and the use of IT.

More information

HR9514 -

Progressing Professional Practice (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9534 -

Resourcing and Development for Diversity (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9535 -

HR Analytics and the Labour Market (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9536 -

Reward and Performance (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9537 -

Management Research and Analysis (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9539 -

Employment Law (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

NX9525 -

Newcastle Business School Work Placement Year (Optional,120 Credits)

The Work Placement Year module is a full year 120 credit module available on degree courses which include a work placement year which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6. The placement consists of 48 weeks of full time work experience in a host organisation which is relevant to your studies.

The placement is an important element of your course structure and it will provide you with the opportunity to:

• Experience the environment of a real workplace which will help you decide the type of career you would like to follow after graduation
• Develop your organisational and interpersonal skills required to enable you to work efficiently as a member of a team
• Acquire and develop relevant technical skills associated with the nature of your work
• Identify, analyse and discuss with experienced practitioners how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to suit practical requirements
• Apply knowledge that will help you to plan and evaluate future study and career development.


This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Placement Year is recognised in your transcript as a 120 credit Work Placement Module and on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Work Placement Year)”. The learning and teaching on your placement will be recorded in the training agreement signed by you, the placement provider, and the University.

More information

NX9526 -

Newcastle Business School Study Abroad Year (Optional,120 Credits)

The Study Abroad Year module is a full year 120 credit module which is available on degree courses which include a study abroad year which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6. You will undertake a year of study abroad at a European University under the ERASMUS+ exchange scheme or at an approved partner University elsewhere equivalent to 120 UK credits.

The study abroad placement is an important element of your course structure and gives you access to modules from your discipline taught in a different learning culture and so broadens your overall experience of learning. At the end of the module you will have adapted to and appreciated a different cultural and learning environment and developed ability. You will have developed your interpersonal and intercultural communication skills as a result of your learning in an international environment.

This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Study Abroad Year is recognised in your transcript as a 120 credit Study Abroad Module and on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad Year)”. The learning and teaching on your study abroad placement will be dependent on the partner and will be recorded in the learning agreement signed by you, the host University, and the University.

More information

NX9528 -

Newcastle Business School Blended Placement Year: Work Placement Semester (Optional,60 Credits)

The Work Placement Semester module is a semester long 60 credit module which is available on degree courses which include the option to take a blended placement year of Work and Study Abroad which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6.

On this module you will undertake a semester long work placement. The placement consists of a period of full time work experience in a host organisation equivalent to a full semester of study which is relevant to your studies.

The placement is an important element of your course structure and it will provide you with the opportunity to:

• Experience the environment of a real workplace which will help you decide the type of career you would like to follow after graduation
• Develop your organisational and interpersonal skills required to enable you to work efficiently as a member of a team
• Acquire and develop relevant technical skills associated with the nature of your work
• Identify, analyse and discuss with experienced practitioners how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to suit practical requirements
• Apply knowledge that will help you to plan and evaluate future study and career development.


This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Placement Year is recognised in your transcript as a 60 credit Work Placement Module. The learning and teaching on your placement will be recorded in the training agreement signed by you, the placement provider, and the University. Combining this with the study abroad semester as part of the third year out of the University, this will be recognised on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad and Work Placement Year)”.

More information

NX9529 -

Newcastle Business School Blended Placement Year: Study Abroad Semester (Optional,60 Credits)

The Study Abroad Semester module is a semester long 60 credit module which is available on degree courses which include the option to take a blended placement year of Work and Study Abroad which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6.

On this module you will undertake a semester of study abroad at a European University under the Erasmus+ exchange scheme, or at an approved partner University elsewhere equivalent to 60 credits (30 ECTS).

The study abroad placement is an important element of your course structure and gives you access to modules from your discipline taught in a different learning culture and so broadens your overall experience of learning. When taken and passed the study abroad semester will be recognised in your transcript as a 60 credit Study Abroad Module. The learning and teaching on your study abroad placement will be dependent on the partner and will be recorded in the learning agreement signed by you, the host University, and the University. Combining this with the work placement semester as part of the third year out of the University, this will be recognised on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad and Work Placement Year)”.

More information

HR9634 -

Management Enquiry for Management and HRM (Optional,40 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9636 -

Strategic Leadership for Responsible Organisational Change (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9637 -

Transforming Self and Organisations (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

AF4038 -

Financial Decision Making (Core,20 Credits)

The ‘Financial Decision Making’ module will provide you with the knowledge and numerical and problem solving skills that will greatly enhance your employability within any business environment. You will be able to assess the performance of businesses with regard to profitability, solvency, financial structure and working capital management by means of analysing and interpreting their financial statements. You will also be able to make decisions in relation to planning and control for a business as a whole, and evaluate individual projects by using investment appraisal techniques, taking into account risk and uncertainty.

More information

BM9403 -

Business Analysis for Decision Making (Core,20 Credits)

The module will equip you with skills to help you when dealing with analytical content in future study and employment, either work placement or graduate role, with an appropriate level of understanding and proficiency in some commonly used analytical business applications. The module will provide you with a theoretical understanding of various business modelling and data-handling applications supported through practical tutor-led workshops.

You will be assessed on your understanding and proficiency in data management, analysis and presentation using appropriate tools. The assessment will aim, wherever possible, to simulate “real-world” tasks and scenarios. You will therefore be required to work on a series of tasks over the course of the semester in preparation for the final assessment.

The data-handling and interpretative skills learned on this module are directly transferable to your further academic study and working life and are vital in a wide range of graduate roles. The skills and tools identified for use in the module are based upon research and collaboration with a variety of businesses. In line with this, and to deepen your understanding of the practical content of the module, you will also be expected to engage in additional reading to aid your understanding of the importance of the use of data modelling, analysis and interpretation in both business and academic settings, thereby engaging in research-led learning.

More information

HR9409 -

Preparing for Professional Practice (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9412 -

Business, Economy and Society (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9413 -

People, Management and Organisations (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

MK9414 -

Introduction to Marketing (Core,20 Credits)

Introduction to Marketing does exactly what it says on the tin. The module will lead you through basic principles and strategies used by marketers to research, design, produce, distribute, sell and manage products and services to satisfy a variety of target markets.
Employment opportunities within this discipline are very broad, suiting the needs of a wide variety of personality types and skills sets – introverts and extroverts; from logically focused analysts, thorough to researchers, creative designers, and strategic salesperson. You will develop both knowledge and the ability to apply principles of marketing to different types of organisations using a variety of marketing tools, and developing employability skills around teamwork, presentation delivery, research and the use of IT.

More information

HR9514 -

Progressing Professional Practice (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9534 -

Resourcing and Development for Diversity (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9535 -

HR Analytics and the Labour Market (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9536 -

Reward and Performance (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9537 -

Management Research and Analysis (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9539 -

Employment Law (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

NX9525 -

Newcastle Business School Work Placement Year (Optional,120 Credits)

The Work Placement Year module is a full year 120 credit module available on degree courses which include a work placement year which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6. The placement consists of 48 weeks of full time work experience in a host organisation which is relevant to your studies.

The placement is an important element of your course structure and it will provide you with the opportunity to:

• Experience the environment of a real workplace which will help you decide the type of career you would like to follow after graduation
• Develop your organisational and interpersonal skills required to enable you to work efficiently as a member of a team
• Acquire and develop relevant technical skills associated with the nature of your work
• Identify, analyse and discuss with experienced practitioners how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to suit practical requirements
• Apply knowledge that will help you to plan and evaluate future study and career development.


This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Placement Year is recognised in your transcript as a 120 credit Work Placement Module and on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Work Placement Year)”. The learning and teaching on your placement will be recorded in the training agreement signed by you, the placement provider, and the University.

More information

NX9526 -

Newcastle Business School Study Abroad Year (Optional,120 Credits)

The Study Abroad Year module is a full year 120 credit module which is available on degree courses which include a study abroad year which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6. You will undertake a year of study abroad at a European University under the ERASMUS+ exchange scheme or at an approved partner University elsewhere equivalent to 120 UK credits.

The study abroad placement is an important element of your course structure and gives you access to modules from your discipline taught in a different learning culture and so broadens your overall experience of learning. At the end of the module you will have adapted to and appreciated a different cultural and learning environment and developed ability. You will have developed your interpersonal and intercultural communication skills as a result of your learning in an international environment.

This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Study Abroad Year is recognised in your transcript as a 120 credit Study Abroad Module and on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad Year)”. The learning and teaching on your study abroad placement will be dependent on the partner and will be recorded in the learning agreement signed by you, the host University, and the University.

More information

NX9528 -

Newcastle Business School Blended Placement Year: Work Placement Semester (Optional,60 Credits)

The Work Placement Semester module is a semester long 60 credit module which is available on degree courses which include the option to take a blended placement year of Work and Study Abroad which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6.

On this module you will undertake a semester long work placement. The placement consists of a period of full time work experience in a host organisation equivalent to a full semester of study which is relevant to your studies.

The placement is an important element of your course structure and it will provide you with the opportunity to:

• Experience the environment of a real workplace which will help you decide the type of career you would like to follow after graduation
• Develop your organisational and interpersonal skills required to enable you to work efficiently as a member of a team
• Acquire and develop relevant technical skills associated with the nature of your work
• Identify, analyse and discuss with experienced practitioners how theoretical concepts are adapted and applied to suit practical requirements
• Apply knowledge that will help you to plan and evaluate future study and career development.


This is a Pass/Fail module and so does not contribute to your degree classification. When taken and passed, however, the Placement Year is recognised in your transcript as a 60 credit Work Placement Module. The learning and teaching on your placement will be recorded in the training agreement signed by you, the placement provider, and the University. Combining this with the study abroad semester as part of the third year out of the University, this will be recognised on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad and Work Placement Year)”.

More information

NX9529 -

Newcastle Business School Blended Placement Year: Study Abroad Semester (Optional,60 Credits)

The Study Abroad Semester module is a semester long 60 credit module which is available on degree courses which include the option to take a blended placement year of Work and Study Abroad which is taken as an additional year of study between levels 5 and 6.

On this module you will undertake a semester of study abroad at a European University under the Erasmus+ exchange scheme, or at an approved partner University elsewhere equivalent to 60 credits (30 ECTS).

The study abroad placement is an important element of your course structure and gives you access to modules from your discipline taught in a different learning culture and so broadens your overall experience of learning. When taken and passed the study abroad semester will be recognised in your transcript as a 60 credit Study Abroad Module. The learning and teaching on your study abroad placement will be dependent on the partner and will be recorded in the learning agreement signed by you, the host University, and the University. Combining this with the work placement semester as part of the third year out of the University, this will be recognised on your degree certificate in the format “Degree title (with Study Abroad and Work Placement Year)”.

More information

HR9634 -

Management Enquiry for Management and HRM (Optional,40 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9636 -

Strategic Leadership for Responsible Organisational Change (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

HR9637 -

Transforming Self and Organisations (Core,20 Credits)

There is currently no summary for this module.

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