Charles Sturt University
CSU’s human resource management course provides the breadth and depth of HR knowledge that contemporary professionals require, presenting the latest in HR management best practice to deliver benefits for individuals and organisations. Gain skills to progress your career and become an asset to your workplace as you apply your increased knowledge and capabilities.
Tailor your studies
Choose one of five specialisations: Business Partnership, Conflict and Dispute Resolution, Employment Relations, International Human Resource Management, or Management of Organisational Change.
To ensure the relevance and currency of course content, academics receive specialist advice from the Master of Human Resource Management Advisory Committee, consisting of senior executives working mainly in senior HR roles. The quality of member representation, their depth of experience and their HR specialties add significant value to industry insights, including commercial trends and employee expectations.
Flexible study options
CSU’s degree is delivered online across a three-session academic year. Study one subject a session or, with approval, fast-track your degree by studying two or more subjects in a session. Subjects are taught using blended learning techniques including online education study materials, online meetings and subject forums.
You may choose to exit the Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations) with either a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management after completion of four core subjects, or a Graduate Diploma of Human Resource Management after the completion of eight specified subjects.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||Charles Sturt University|
|Campus Location||No on campus study|
|Course Duration||Full-time 2 years (4.0 sessions) Part-time 4.0 years (8.0 sessions)|
|Course University||Charles Sturt University|
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