In today's rapidly changing business environment, Human Resource Management (HRM) professionals are confronted with the challenges of developing organisational and workforce capability. HRM expertise is also increasingly required by line managers, who now take a more active role in the development and management of their team members.
The HRM major is designed to increase the skills of both specialists and line managers. HRM professionals will develop a broader view of the nature of business, and the relationship between how people are managed and the organisation's performance in the global context of business.
Those who are undertaking HRM activities but have a background in other professional fields will gain the enhanced people management skills they require. The major also suits the needs of graduates who wish to move into the HRM profession.
Entry Domestic February and July International February and July (not available part time)
An undergraduate degree or equivalent with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 (on a 7 point scale).English language requirementsIn addition to the above academic entry requirements, standard English language requirements apply
Recipient: Queensland University of Technology
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