Worldwide Online Bachelor's Degree Programs (letter H)

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The hospitality management program offers concentrations in four areas: gaming management, meetings and events, restaurant management, and PGA golf management. Declaration for a concentration can be made anytime after acceptance into the hospitality management program. 
Florida International University Online‘s online undergraduate degree in Hospitality Management will prepare you to excel and lead in the world‘s biggest industry. Our fully online B.S. in Hospitality Management program is part of FIU‘s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, which is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitality management schools in the United States and has won international recognition.
The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is your gateway to a career in this growth industry. This program from CQUniversity Australia provides students an opportunity to widen their career prospects in hospitality management by exposing them to studies in business related disciplines.
This degree not only prepares students with the professional knowledge and skills to succeed in the hospitality industry, but also provides opportunities for growth and experience in that industry. Throughout a student's time in the program, students will focus on a set of hospitality courses including, but not limited to, guest services, food preparation, and sales.
The Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies focuses on the study of human development, within the contexts of the family, the community, and the broader national and international culture. The Program is based on a systems view of human interaction, with emphasis on how people are affected by their environments, and how they, in turn, have an impact on others.
Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) is an interdisciplinary program focusing on the development of families and individuals across the life span. Students learn to identify factors that influence cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development through infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and later adulthood in the contexts of culture and family.
Through the College of Human Environmental Sciences, you may earn a degree in general studies completely at a distance. Faculty members will help you select courses that will enable you to achieve your unique career goals.
Have you got your eye set on a career in Human Resource Management? Are you interested in the influence of psychology on business? If you want to learn how to get the best out of people then what better subject to learn alongside HR than psychology. This popular distance learning degree puts an understanding of people at the heart of how a business can achieve success. With most of us spending the majority of our lives working in various organisations, people with this combination of skills and knowledge are of huge value in the workplace.
This is for you if you are interested in gaining a critical understanding of human resources and training within organisations.
The Human Resource Management (Hons) programme, offered by the University of Lincoln is a work based distance learning programme designed to allow students to apply their professional knowledge and experience and previous learning within a Higher Education environment.
With a major in Human Resource Management, you‘ll be able to cultivate your interpersonal skills and creatively foster a better functioning workforce. You‘ll learn the skills that enable you to handle the critical tasks of assembling the right employees and making sure they can function at the top of their game. Florida International University offers the Bachelor of Business Administration - Human Resource Management degree course.
The Bachelor in Human Resource Management, distance learning programme, offered by The Cyprus Institute of Marketing, BVI (Distance-Learning Studies), aims at offering students a comprehensive view of the basic issues covering Human Resource Management and explaining the vast employment opportunities that are available to graduates with such a degree.
Enhance your leadership capabilities, grow your people skills, and increase your company's bottom line with the in-demand bachelor's in human resource management. With a human resource management degree from University of Maryland University College, you'll find employment opportunities in nearly every industry. Our bachelor's degree program is perfect for those who have some experience in HR but don't have the degree, as well as those who want to transition into the HR profession.
The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations (Post Diploma) from Athabasca University offers a number of admission routes for business and non-business diploma-holders.
The Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations degree from Athabasca University addresses all aspects of human resource management, labour relations and human resource development. A post-diploma BHRLR is also available for those already holding an acceptable credential.
The Bachelor of Science Human Science - Post Diploma is offered by Athabasca University‘s Centre for Science. Students must have successfully completed an approved science-related technician or technology diploma program in allied health (e.g., respiratory therapy, radiation therapy, medical laboratory technology, paramedic program) or nursing from an accredited college or institute of technology before enrolling in the BSc(PD)-HS.
After completing this BSc in Human Science degree course from Athabasca University, student should be able to demonstrate skilled, adept presentation of scientific ideas and practices in writing.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a rewarding career in a wide variety of helping professions. Students are taught to develop their talents, assess clients‘ needs, identify community resources, and problem solve and advocate for their client.
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a rewarding career in a wide variety of helping professions. Students are taught to develop their talents, assess clients‘ needs, identify community resources, and problem solve and advocate for their client - all with the goal of making a difference in the lives of those unable to help themselves. Bachelor‘s degree students will also study how to provide interventions and develop intervention strategies that guide this population to success.
Our Bachelor of Human Services (Human Resource Management) will put you on the right path to understanding community development and welfare from a wide range of perspectives from within Australia and globally.