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Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Leadership

The Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Leadership provides the necessary academic and experiential factors for the beginning practitioner and manager. Among the skills derived from the program are an in-depth study of basic Human Resource Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures, Employment Law, Informational Systems, staffing, Human Diversity, Compensation Management, and Corporate Training. As a result of these courses, the student emerges as a well-rounded manager capable of meeting the challenges of the work place. Students may also elect one of the two tracks to degree completion. Students working on the bachelor's in HRL can select the HRL track. Students who plan to continue on into the MBA program at Sullivan University can select the MBA track. The HRL track includes five Human Resources Support component courses and the MBA track includes five MBA foundation courses. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.

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