The Master of Human Resource Management (Professional) is designed for international students who are looking to build a successful career in the global human resource management market. This postgraduate program provides an opportunity for students to gain specialised human resource management knowledge through coursework, and designated project work. The professional industry-linked component of the course provides students with the opportunity to gain awareness and experience of working with local organisations whilst enabling them to apply their knowledge, techniques, and skills to solve industry related problems.
A key feature of the course is the Career Success Program, which aims to improve graduate employability by focusing on preparation for post-study career opportunities.This course is part of Swinburne’s Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE).
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Hawthorn (Semester 1, Semester 2) - View application and start dates
41480 (annual for 2019)*
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Swinburne has partnered with Siemens and Medibank to produce career-ready HR professionals
Swinburne is launching a refreshed postgraduate course in human resources (HR) management as the demand for HR professionals skilled in organisational change management increases. The course will have a strong focus on collaborating with industry to co-design and co-deliver new units and initiatives.
Director of the Master of HRM, Professor Anne Bardoel, says the updated course will address gaps in HR education as emerging technologies such as big data change the way organisations operate.