Human Resources is a field that is an essential part of most organizations. HR professionals are responsible for providing information, support, and even advocacy on behalf of all employees and help to help make working environments more productive and inclusive.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program with a Concentration in Human Resources from South College is designed to help you gain foundational knowledge in common HR functions, including human resource planning, recruitment, selection, placement, and orientation of employees. Courses also cover training and career development, labor relations, training and career development, conflict resolution, performance appraisals, compensation, benefit programs and administration, and personnel policy development.
As you work toward your future professional goals, review the related information at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Students entering the BBA with a Concentration in Human Resources program must have strong communication skills, a love of working with people, and an interest in fostering an environment of ethical, professional, and legal responsibility. The curriculum includes a number of interdisciplinary subjects, so the ability to manage your time and course load is also important.
South College helps our business students thrive by providing hands-on guidance throughout the degree program, especially as students choose their areas of focus and work on their course projects. Dedicated, accessible faculty members, small class sizes, available tutors, and the Math Lab and Writing Lab provide needed support for students.
The B.B.A. with a Concentration in Human Resources is the highest degree offered at South College with a specialty in human resources, but we do offer a general Master’s degree in Business Administration, as well as MBAs with several concentrations.
South College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award degrees at the doctorate, educational specialist, master’s, baccalaureate, and associate levels. South College also may offer credentials such as certificates and diplomas at approved degree levels. Questions about the accreditation of South College may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC’s website (www.sacscoc.org).
The School of Business and Technology at South College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. For a list of accredited programs, visit https://iacbe.org/memberpdf/SouthCollege.pdf.
Amounts for tuition, fees, books, and supplies are subject to change. South College follows the required methodology provided by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission for the reporting of employment information for graduates. This information is compiled on an annual basis and published via the institution website each year for graduates during the most recently completed reporting year (July 1-June 30). For more detailed information related to the calculation of graduate employment rates, please click here.
I chose South College because it came highly recommended from mentors of mine, the faculty is second to none, and the program fits my ever-changing lifestyle. I also chose it because of the flexibility. My wife is still serving in the United States Air Force on Active Duty, and this means that we move when they tell us to move.
- Shawn Domm, Doctor of Physical Therapy
One of the major reasons I chose South College was for the smaller class sizes. It allows more one-on-one time between students and professors, which enhances the learning experience for me.
- Elizabeth Frerichs, Bachelor of Science in Health Science
I went to college originally straight out of high school with the intent of majoring in musical performance with a concentration in theoretical studies. I was not prepared to for college at that point, so I decided to gain some experience and maturity by joining the work force full-time. After working for 10 years, I felt it was time to try school again.
- Adam Hatcher, Bachelor of Business Administration