Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Human Resource Management (HRM) focuses on the effective management of people, to ensure their work activities are productive, and achieve the aims and strategic objectives of the organisation. The HRM specialisation commences with an overview of organisational behaviour concepts and theories, including an introduction to legal obligations in the workplace environment. A range of upper level topics further enhance the degree, with elective studies in International HRM, Labour Law, Recruitment and Selection, and Remuneration and Performance Management.
The degree comprises core (compulsory) topics in areas such as accounting, law, economics, marketing, human resource management, quantitative methods, management and international business. The human resource management specialisation topics provide in-depth human resource management specific skills and knowledge. Students are then able to study additional topics from their chosen specialisation or other business specialisations and if desired, topics from across the University to tailor their degree to their interests and career goals. In the final year, students also study Strategic Management as a capstone topic. Students are encouraged to include industry placements, industry projects and international experiences in their studies.
- Human Resource Management, Economics, Marketing.
Standard entry requirements
Year 12 or equivalent qualifications, mature age entry (STAT), TAFE/VET qualifications, higher education transfers or completion of a foundation studies program
This degree is accredited with the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
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Students have the option of combining this degree with one of the following Bachelor degrees, providing they meet the entry requirements for both: Accounting, Business Economics, Finance, Laws and Legal Practice, Laws and Legal Practice (Honours), Laws, Arts, Health Sciences (Health Management), International Relations and Political Science, Tourism and Events, and Psychological Science.