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Human Resource Management

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

This major provides students with an understanding of contemporary developments and trends in employment relations theory and practice. Analytical skills are developed in relation to the knowledge and theory of human resource management, industrial relations and occupational health and safety. International and comparative dimensions are studied as well as Australian developments.

Prerequisite(s)

All pre-requisites must be adhered to.

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MAJOR
Management and Organisation BUSS 2068 4.5 2
Foundations of Human Resource Management BUSS 2043 4.5 2
Work Health and Safety Management Principles BUSS 1053 4.5 1
Performance and Compensation Management BUSS 2048 4.5 2
Training and Development BUSS 2036 4.5 2
Management of Industrial Relations BUSS 3037 4.5 3
Strategic Human Resource Management BUSS 3038 4.5 3
Planning and Implementing Organisational Change BUSS 3081 4.5 3
OR
Recruitment and Selection of Organisational Talent BUSS 3082 4.5 3
SUB-MAJOR
Choose six courses from the above
MINOR
Choose four courses of the above

Rules

Nil

Notes

Nil