Accountancy, advertising, economics, finance, human resource management, international business, management, marketing, or public relations.
Many of our teaching staff are human resource management professionals aligned with industry through research and consultancy ...
Many of our teaching staff are human resource management professionals aligned with industry through research and consultancy activities. These links to business also provide the opportunity for engagement with real world case studies, site visits, guest lectures and access to the latest industry thinking.
The major begins with three units introducing the human resource management discipline, including individual and organisational behaviour, and the legal context for employment relationships. Third-level units in the major cover specialised knowledge and skills required by practitioners, including recruitment and selection, performance and reward, and learning and development in organisations.
In your capstone unit, personal and professional development, you will acquire knowledge in the areas of self-management and the management of others to contribute to organisational performance. You will also develop personal, interpersonal and group skills as a way to apply the knowledge base you’ve gained throughout your studies in professional settings.