Master of Human Resource Management
Course code: 2099 ~ Course abbreviation: MHRM ~ Total credit points required: 72 ~ 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time ~ Managing faculty: Business and Economics
Study mode and course location
On- campus (Caulfield)
This course provides current and aspiring managers with the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge and expertise in human resource management, with an emphasis on strategic issues. Students commence their studies with foundation units focusing on contemporary issues related to managing human resources, organisational change, and industrial relations. Students then select units to suit their own interests and requirements by choosing from the wide range of elective units offered by the Department of Management. The course involves the study of theoretical and research developments and analysis of contemporary examples of human resource management.
The learning goals associated with this course are to: analyse and evaluate the strategic contribution that can be made by human resource management (HRM); develop specialist knowledge and expertise in HRM responsibilities; review and analyse contemporary HRM issues and the design of related HR policy and practice; examine the interplay between HRM and related specialist areas such as industrial, workplace and employee relations, organisational and change management and leadership; critically analyse and apply HRM theory and empirical research.
(a) Students must complete six core units (36 points) as follows:
plus one of the following units:
(b) students must complete six elective units (36 points) from 9000-level or 5000-level graduate units subject to the following conditions:
Additional degree requirements:
It is recommended that students consult with the course coordinator to ensure their elective units form a coherent study program.
Students can exit early from this degree under the following conditions:
This degree with relevant units is recognised by the following legal entities:
Professional recognition may be dependent upon work experience requirements and the correct choice of units.
Department of Management: telephone +61 3 9903 2807; email: email@example.com
Dr Cathy Sheehan