Managing human capital is the recognition of people as valuable contributors, and the systems and operations for investing in people to enhance their contributions. The specialisation equips students with an understanding of the theoretical foundations and practical issues of managing and developing people within an international context. Managing human capital develops students' strategic and operational people management knowledge and skills, particularly for diverse, inclusive, and productive workplaces. This specialisation prepares students for careers in human resource management, industrial relations, consulting, public sector management, and general people management roles.
Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year.
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Students complete the following six units (36 points):
- MGF5130 Managing diversity and inclusion
- MGF5220 Managing work, family and life
- MGF5610 People management and work in a global context
- MGF5630 Principles of negotiation or MGF5950 Human resource development
- MGF5702 People management and strategy
- MGF5921 Foundations in human resource management
Units are 6 credit points unless otherwise stated.
Successful completion of this specialisation can be counted towards meeting the requirements for the following degree:
- B6005 Master of Business
Students in other degrees are not eligible to complete this specialisation.