It is an exciting time to be a human resource management professional. New technologies, changing economic conditions, increasing workforce diversity and an emphasis on work-life balance are all contributing to a profound evolution in the nature of work and the challenges of managing contemporary organisations.
QUT’s human resource management program is designed to increase the skills of both specialists and line managers and to meet the individual learning goals and career aspirations of each student. The program provides flexibility for the busy professional to complete the degree part-time, focusing on real-world work issues of personal relevance. Full-time students with little work experience will also have flexibility to complete the degree with applications that suit their own career goals.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 79
Organisational Behaviour: Transforming Self, Others and Organisations
HRM Theory and Practice
Investigating Real-World Business Issues
Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management
Coaching for Leadership Development
Innovation in Practice
You must have a recognised bachelor degree (or higher) in any discipline with a minimum grade point average of 4.00 (on QUT’s 7 point scale).
A$33100 for the full year
Generalist positions include human resources assistant, officer, manager or director and these may be located in corporate and private firms as well as public institutions. Specialist positions may include those involved with employment relations, recruitment and placement consulting, training and development specialists, management and executive coaching, as well as consulting careers.
Human Resource Developer
Human Resource Manager