Introduction to a Bachelor's Degree in HRM and Pyschology
Bachelor of Arts in HRM (human resource management) and Psychology is a course that covers crucial areas such as recruitment and selection, training and developing and managing conflict at work. This forms a core division of any organisation. Essentially, HRM addresses the policies, rules, practices pertaining to the employees and people in an organisation. When combined with psychology, which covers topics like personality, attitude and behaviour, it forms a symbiotic bond.
  • The duration of the programme is three years.

  • The intake for this programme takes place in September. 

    • Students must have cleared GCSE A level or it’s equivalent with a minimum passing grade of C in at least 3 subjects;

    • Statement of Purpose addressed to the department expressing interest of the student to pursue BA Hons in HRM and Psychology;

    • Students whose native language is not English have to score a minimum of 6.0 in IELTS with at least 5.5 in each band.

  • Students are assessed through generic tests, assignments, essays, presentation, case studies and portfolio submissions.

  • This degree is awarded by Arden University and it includes a combination of on-campus and online learning. Students also have access to online study materials and other supporting resources 24*7 to support individual studies. The classes are taught by academics who are experts in their respective fields.

    • Year 1: English Legal System and Contract Law, Understanding Business Environment, Introduction to Social & Developmental Psychology, Biological & Cognitive Psychology;

    • Year 2: Research and Ethics in Action, Personality & Intelligence, Planning Human Resource, Managing Across Cultures and Changing Organisations;

    • Year 3: Occupational Psychology, Employment Law, Strategic Issues in Human Resource Management, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Research Module and Final Project.

  • The fees for this programme is €8,000 annually. Students are eligible for scholarships; the details of which are provided by the programme advisor.

Reasons to Choose this Course

A strong human resource department in any organisation makes and breaks the company. HRM is the backbone of hiring and managing employees, and for this reason, effective management of human resources is a must in every company. Students can take up this course to be at the heart of a successful business.

Is it Worth doing a BA in HRM and Psychology in Germany?

The beauty of this course in HRM and psychology is that the course is conducted by GISMA, but the degree is awarded by Arden University, United Kingdom. Students are exposed to the best practices of the two most developed nations of the European Union. Germany boasts of low tuition fees and ease of employment prospects and a vibrant culture to live in with a reasonable cost of living.

Who Should Pursue this Course?

As a course that incorporates law, social sciences and business, this course is meant for individuals who are interested in the practices of HRM and psychology. This programme is aimed at young individuals who want to start their careers in the human resources sector. 

Scope and Future of BA Hons in HRM and Psychology

On completion of this programme, students can take up a job or apply for further studies in a related field.  As a graduate of BA in HRM and Psychology some of the key positions that anyone can apply for is HR Consultant, HR Manager, Training and Development Officer, Occupational Psychologist, Personnel Advisor to name a few. Some companies hiring graduates of this programme are Adobe, Google, Starbucks, Deloitte, Facebook, Bain & Company, Accenture etc.

Learning Outcomes

  • Principles of learning, social influences on behaviour, understanding corporate business organisation knowhows, perceiving of human development and interaction.

  • Interpretation of occupational psychology, cross-cultural psychology, managing audience across cultures, outlining of biological and cognitive psychology.

  • Take experimental, statistical and theoretical approach on topics such as social influences on behaviour, memory, thinking and other behavioural patterns.

  • Get equipped with effective HR practices such as employee selection, workforce engagement and other workplace-related issues through case studies and theoretical methodology. 

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