Skills shortages. Work-life balance. Diversity needs. These are just a few of the challenges in finding and retaining talented employees. The BBA in Human Resource Management degree program will help you develop a socially responsible managerial philosophy in directing employees in their personal ambitions and your organizational goals.

You may also want to consider the Human Resource and Employment Relations minor.

Program Highlights

  • Fully aligned with the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) guidelines for HR education
  • A broad and flexible curriculum that will prepare you for human resource positions in a variety of organizations
  • Faculty committed to creating a supportive environment for personal development and ethical reflection
  • Knowledge and skills necessary for creating a supportive environment for personal development and ethical reflection
  • Network through the Human Resource Student Association

What You'll Learn

  • Interpersonal skills theory
  • Understanding of ethical perspectives and sustainable outcomes with respect to all aspects of HR management
  • Methods for sustaining employee diversity
  • Develop a global perspective as it relates to human resources
  • Training, organizing, motivating, and evaluating people in work settings
  • Compensation and benefits and employment relations


  • Human resources manager
  • Compensation and benefits analyst
  • Training and development manager
  • Human resources consultant
  • Labor relations specialist

Because Loyola is a member of the Jesuit network of 27 colleges and universities nationwide, our graduates can receive career services at Loyola Career Services, as well as at career centers at U.S. Jesuit colleges and universities.


All Quinlan School of Business students must complete the University Core Curriculum, Business Core Curriculum, and Undergraduate School of Business program requirements. Students pursuing the BBA degree in Human Resource Management must also complete the program requirements listed in the Academic Catalog.


To apply for admission and scholarship consideration, please visit the Office of Undergraduate Admission and indicate your interest in this program on your application. For more information, see the following resources:

Student Resources

The Quinlan School of Business offers support and resources through student organizations as well as connections to professional associations.

Student Organization

The Human Resource Student Association offers networking opportunities with human resource (HR) professionals. Members learn about all aspects of the HR field, including HR management, compensation and benefits, recruitment, training, affirmative action, leadership, and HRIS.

Tuition and Financial Aid

The Loyola Quinlan School of Business is committed to helping students secure the necessary financial resources to make their business education at Loyola affordable.