After developing a solid grounding in business in your first year, customise your degree with a major in Human Resource Management.
This specialised HRM program provides graduates with the capabilities to apply to a variety of career options as a HR professional. The course aims to prepare students to meet standards of professional excellence with knowledge and skills that are recognised in Australia and overseas. The HRM course combines theory with practical application to be relevant and linked in to the everyday work environment. Graduates will be ready to work in human resource management, employee or industrial relations, information systems, recruitment and training. This industry-focused major has professional recognition by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI). Students are encouraged to apply for internships in organisations. This course will provide you with hands on experience, enable you to demonstrate relevant work experience, and make you a competitive job seeker in the HR profession.
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- Major Studies
- Business Integrated Learning
- Human Resource Management
- International Human Resource Management
- Human Resource Development
- Employee Relations Management
- Human Resource Information Systems
- Capstone Units
- Managing Organisational Change
- Applied Business Challenge
- International Business Challenge
- Students undertaking this as a second major are required to complete BPD2100 International Business Challenge instead of BPD3100 Applied Business Challenge.
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