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Major In Human Resource Management

Equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to operate the human resource management function in organisations, or be in a position to recruit, manage, train and develop human resources. Human Resource Management has become an integral part of organisational strategy.

This major addresses the complexity of this function in the context of legal, social and economic developments, as well as providing the practical experience and employability skills of critical thinking, teamwork, communication and problem solving, sought by graduate employers.

Related careers

Human Resource Manager, Human Resource Consultant, Personnel Officer, Training & Development Officer, Employment Relations Officer, Organisational Development Consultant, Management Consultant, Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment Manager.

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Major structure

This Major structure will be available to students commencing the Major from Semester 2, 2014 onwards.

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

Equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to operate the human resource management function in organisations, or be in a position to recruit, manage, train and develop human resources. Human Resource Management has become an integral part of organisational strategy.
This major addresses the complexity of this function in the context of legal, social and economic developments, as well as providing the practical experience and transferable employability skills of critical thinking, teamwork, communication and problem solving, sought by graduate employers.

The Human Resource Management major consists of 120 credit points (8 units).

Careers
Human Resources Manager, Human Resource Case Manager, Human Resources Consultant, Personnel Officer, Training & Development Officer, Employment Relations Officer, Organisational Development Consultant, Management Consultant, Recruitment Consultant, Workplace Health & Safety




UnitDescription Points
MAN1100Management I 15
MAN2120Organisational Behaviour II 15
MAN2145Human Resource Management 15
MAN2601Employment Relations**15
MAN3205Strategic Human Resource Management III 15
MAN3645Recruitment & Retention III 15
MAN3655Workplace Learning 15
MAN3665Managing Occupational Risk 15
 


**Students may take MAN3246 International and Comparative Human Resource Management instead of MAN2601 Employment Relations with Course Coordinator approval.

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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