University of New England UNE

Master of Human Resource Management

University of New England UNE

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00003G

The world of work is constantly changing, creating challenges for managing human resources in organisations in every industry. In this dynamic environment, human resource managers help organisations achieve their goals by ensuring the right people are placed in the right jobs, with the support necessary to maximise their performance. To succeed both now and into the future, human resource managers must develop the skills to anticipate and respond to shifts in the labour market and support employees in adapting to change. UNE’s Master of Human Resource Management is specifically designed to help qualified human resource practitioners to upskill. You’ll be future proofing your career in this fast-paced profession.

Designed for

Professionals who are either currently practising or wish to practise in the field of organisational development and/or human resource management


12 units (72 credit points)


  • Business
  • Human resources
  • Management
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Workforce planning

Standard entry requirements

Entry is based on a bachelor qualification or above, and full-time relevant work experience.


This course is accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI).

Study pathways

Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies. An exit pathway is available for eligible students.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Online Campus Domestic: $27,640
International: $30,096
  • Online/Off-campus : 6 years

Fee comments

Campuses: Online Campus.

Note that this course is offered to international students by offshore external study only.

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