Master of Human Resource ManagementCareer
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Human Resource Management roles include diversity management, occupational health and safety, training and development, industrial relations roles as well as HR practice.
Advisory boards consist of high-profile industry representatives who ensure links with industry standards and practice are reflected in the program. Management practitioners, lecturers from industry, guest speakers and industry-relevant projects underpin the work-integrated learning components of this program.
Work-connected and industry-relevant options available for on-campus students include:
- Working in a student team as part of the Fastrack Innovation Program. In this elective course you will work with mentors to develop and present a solution to a real problem. This form of fast-prototyping is designed so that external organisations can tap into fresh thinking from RMIT students.
- A Business Internship elective where you take up a position for one or two days per week for one semester. This position is normally unpaid and is designed to develop your soft skills and increase your overall employability upon graduation.
- BUSM4598 Business Skills for Start Ups, a course designed for students interested in starting up their own business.
Professional recognition and accreditation
The Master of Human Resource Management is accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI).
Students and graduates of the program are eligible to apply for AHRI membership. Graduates who meet the work experience requirement will also be eligible for direct entry into the capstone unit of the AHRI Practising Certification Program.
You may work in a range of industry sectors where your skills in contemporary business and HR practice, operational leadership, problem-solving, cross-cultural awareness and persuasive communication are required for the strategic management of people in a global context.
Roles might include diversity management, occupational health and safety, training and development, industrial relations roles as well as HR practice.