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SAN DIEGO, March 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Forbes School of Business & Technology™ at Ashford University bachelor of arts in human resources management (BAHRM) program has been named a 2018 Leadership Excellence and Development (LEAD) Award winner in the Degree Program with Emphasis in HR category by HR.com. Of the 15 recipients in the category, the Forbes School of Business & Technology™ at Ashford University program was ranked fourth.
"We are dedicated to providing quality educational offerings across all courses at the Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University," says Bob Daugherty, Executive Dean of the Forbes School of Business & Technology. "We are honored to have been recognized for the exceptional quality of the BAHRM program and our commitment to developing human resources leaders."
The BAHRM degree program teaches knowledge and understanding of the human resources function within modern, complex organizations. For more information on the Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University's BAHRM degree program, visit www.ashford.edu/online-degrees/business/bachelor-of-arts-human-resources-management.
For the past 35 years, LEAD Awards have identified and recognized top leadership programs and organizations and their strategies and solutions in their yearly ranking. For more about the 2018 LEAD Awards, visit http://www.leadershipexcellenceanddevelopment.com.
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