MAJ08446 Human Resource Management
The Human Resource Management (HRM) major is designed to build on the foundations established in the core units of the Bachelor of Business and as such continues to emphasise the four contemporary themes that integrate the degree. It enables students to acquire a knowledge of the theoretical bases of HRM and employment relations, as well as developing understandings and competencies associated with the practice of management. The major also provides students with a foundation knowledge of HRM frameworks, both in Australia and internationally, as well as an understanding of the broader context in which organisations operate.
Course programs for each individual major are available at study plan management.
Students undertaking the Human Resource Management major with the following major will need to substitute an alternative subject:
- MAJ08442 International Business students may substitute either 21227 Innovation and Entrepreneurship or 21228 Management Consulting in MAJ08446 option list.
|21555 Introduction to Human Resource Management||6cp|
|21036 Managing Strategic Performance||6cp|
|21407 Strategic Human Resource Management||6cp|
|21037 Managing Employee Relations||6cp|
|21440 Management Skills||6cp|
|21512 Understanding Organisations: Theory and Practice||6cp|
|21505 Human Resource Management (Capstone)||6cp|
|Select 6 credit points of options:||6cp|
|26600 Business Internship||6cp|
|21510 Introduction to Strategy||6cp|
|21644 Law and Ethics for Managers||6cp|