The BA (Hons) Human Resource Management (HRM) and Law degree aims to provide students with knowledge and understanding of law and the legal aspects of human resource management and human resource theories and their strategic applications to firms and organisations operating within a changing global environment. Through the use of a wide range of concepts, approaches and learning techniques the course intends to equip students with a range of personal and intellectual skills in preparation for a career in human resource management with additional legal knowledge to enhance their abilities within this chosen area of employment.
Students will acquire both people management and legally-focused skills which will be attractive to employers at a local, national and international level. Students will gain the ability to act independently in planning and managing tasks using resources to retrieve and evaluate information; and to apply the findings of such work to the solution of human resource management and legal problems.
Semester 1 Starters:
4LW003 Contract Law (20 Credits)
4LW017 English Legal System (20 Credits)
4HR002 Introduction to People at Work (20 Credits)
4IB004 Business in a Global Context (20 Credits)
4LW018 Applied Legal Skills and Research (20 Credits)
4HR003 People Work and Society (20 Credits)
5HR004 Managing the Employment Cycle (20 Credits)
5LW008 Alternative Dispute Resolution Law and Skills (20 Credits)
5HR002 Leading and Managing in Organisations (20 Credits)
5LW009 Intellectual Property Law (20 Credits)
5HR006 International Human Resources: The Key Issues (20 Credits)
5LW016 Housing and Welfare Law (20 Credits)
6HR003 Strategies for People Management (20 Credits)
6HR002 Psychology and Organisational Behaviour (20 Credits)
6LW005 Employment Law (20 Credits)
6HR007 Principles of Employment Law & the Practice of Employment Relations (20 Credits)
6LW013 Company Law (20 Credits)
6LW002 Research Methods and Project or 6LW011 Business and Community Link in Law (20 Credits)
Throughout your time spent studying for a BA (Hons) Human Resource Management and Law you will undertake lectures, seminars, workshops, use on-line learning facilities and other forms of technology-supported learning to gain knowledge of the legal and human resource management systems, familiarity with legal and institutions and procedures, and gain an understanding of the principles and values in a range of topics allied to Human Resource Management.
You should be able to apply knowledge to problem situations and demonstrate the ability to provide solutions; be able to evaluate law and Human Resource Management procedures both independently and in relation to other perspectives. Through learned research techniques you will be able to identify and use primary sources and journals relevant to topics under study and be able to act independently in planning and managing tasks and demonstrate proficiency in the use of ICT and technology supported learning.
We pride ourselves on our supportive culture with a large team of support staff to provide excellent pastoral care and support with a welcoming academic environment in which to undertake your degree.
“There are many good points about the courses including the excellent teaching, the support provided by staff and the international mix of students. The facilities are also very good especially the Learning Centres.”
“During my time as a student I enjoyed being a member of the Student Law Society, attending debates and the annual ball as well as taking part in the Mooting. I also enjoyed the speakers that visited eg, David Blunkett and Judge Michael Fysch QC.”
Steven Gallagher, LLB(Hons); LLM; Barrister, now working in City University Hong Kong
“While studying here in the city of Wolverhampton I found the location to be brilliant – being in the City Centre, public transport was easily accessible, especially coming from Birmingham every day.”
“My study trip to China for 2 weeks was an extra-ordinary experience.”
Hanna Iqbal LLB(Hons); LLM now studying on the Bar Vocational Course
The nature of the degree means that graduates may enter a range of alternative occupations including: Management, Legal Executive, Police, Trading Standards, Health & Safety, Personnel, Local Authority, or the Civil Service , as well as the traditional legal professions of Barrister or Solicitor following further courses of study the Legal Practice Course at the University of Wolverhampton or the Bar Professional Training Course.
You could also consider careers in banking, finance, insurance or work in public and private sector management. Alternatively you may wish to continue to study with us and undertake one of the specialist Masters degrees with us or at another institution.
At the end of this course you, the student, will be able to:
Students must have studied a minimum of two years post GCSE level. However, it is expected that some applicants will be mature students with work experience, who wish to further their career development. These applicants will be processed through standard procedures, which may involve an interview as part of the process. Please seehttp://wlv.ac.uk/mature for further information.
Those who do not meet the entry requirements may be offered an alternative course.
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The University also offers a range of Bursaries and Scholarships in addition to other financial support packages
These fees are applicable for new entrants in 2019/0. If you have any queries regarding the fees listed please contact
These fees are for the current academic year only. Any subsequent years may be subject to an annual increase, usually in line with inflation.
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