Master of Human Resources Management
Employers understand the need for capable Human Resources practitioners with credentials to build competitive advantage in the globalised marketplace.
Completing a graduate qualification in Human Resources Management signals to the labour market an applied understanding of contemporary HR practice.
The Master of Human Resources Management (MHRM) is a professionally-oriented Master’s Degree. It provides the opportunity for students to develop knowledge of the critical components of a productive and sustainable organisational culture; and builds the requisite skills so the HR practitioner can translate and adapt theory into practice in order to offer substantiated strategic people management advice.
The Master’s Degree is accredited with the Australian Human Resources Management Institute. It is delivered in a flexible mode which allows students to balance work, study and other personal commitments.
- Acquisition of Human Resources
- Data, Metrics, Reporting and Analytics
- Human Resources Management Law
- Human Resources Management Perspectives
- Managing Remuneration, Benefits and Motivation
- Managing, Evaluating and Developing Human Resources
- Organisational Behaviour and Management
- Strategic Research in International Markets
- Accounting for Managers
- Business, Society and the Environment
- Employment Relations and Asia Pacific Contexts
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
- Global Business in Asian Century
- Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organisations
- Leading the Engaged Enterprise
- Managing Strategic Risk and Projects
- Organisational Change, Management and Consultancy
- Strategies for Growth and Excellence
Flexibility to plan your study schedule at your own pace
Accredited by Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI)
^instead of 20 months