MC263 - Master of Human Resource Management
RMIT program code: MC263
Plan name: Master of Human Resource Management
Plan code: MC263EXE
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 088784B
2022 Enrolment Program Structure
To graduate you must complete the following:
The Master of Human Resource Management degree requires the completion of 192 credit points (CP) comprising of the following:
Information about University Postgraduate elective courses is available on the University Electives web page.
In response to Australian and Victorian government coronavirus (COVID-19) advice, some courses may be delivered online. For this reason, students must have access to a computer and the internet to support studies at RMIT. In Semester 1 2022, facilitated classes will be predominantly delivered face-to-face on campus. Lectures will continue to be recorded and shared through Canvas and will not be timetabled. Students can find out if a course has facilitated classes on campus, online or both by checking the Semester 1 class timetable once available, please note: 2022 Important timetable dates will be published in November 2021. COVIDSafe campus protocols for students will remain in place in Semester 1 2022. For more information students can refer to the Return to campus update on the RMIT website.
Online options (where possible) will continue to be offered to International students who are outside of Australia or students who cannot attend campus due to circumstances outside their control. Please refer to If you cannot attend campus for further information.
Please note: All courses listed may not be available each Semester, this is important to note when planning your enrolments. You must ensure that you satisfy the academic requirements of your program in order to graduate.
Capstone Courses are compulsory courses designed to consolidate the learning undertaken throughout the program and should be taken in your final semester of study. Please note: Applications for credit transfer or recognition of prior learning will not be accepted for Capstone courses.
The Capstone course for this program is:
For information regarding external accreditation and industry links related to this program, please click here.
A list of the required courses you must complete in order to benefit from accreditation for the Professional Body related to your program, can be located here.
Global Intensives, Student Exchange, and Cross-campus Study
As part of your elective choices, you may want to consider enriching your student experience by undertaking global study and work (offered by the College of Business and Law) as part of your RMIT program. Please visit the Global Study and Work webpage for more information. International study and work opportunities at RMIT include:
Students admitted to this program plan will be exempted from the following Four (4) Business Enabling Courses on the basis of prior studies as detailed in the Articulation and Pathways section of the program guide.
Please note: do not enrol into the Business Enabling courses as you will receive exemptions for these four courses.
Business Enabling Courses:
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
Please note that the EMBA (study mode) classes for BUSM4448 are only available for students ofMC162 Executive Master of Business Administration.
Complete the following One (1) Course:
Complete the following Three (3) Courses:
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Program structure enquiries
The maximum standard enrolment load per semester is 48 credit points.
You will only be permitted to overload by a maximum of 12 credit points in the final semester of your program, upon approval from the College.
Credit and Pathways
If you have previous learning or experience, you can apply for credit or recognition of prior learning towards your RMIT program. Please read the information provided on the Apply for Credit web page.
Please go to the Class timetables web page to access timetabling information.
Some courses and programs have material fees (fees for field trips, goods or services) associated with them. In most cases these charges are not compulsory, but are levied by the teaching school for materials they purchase on your behalf for use in your studies. Go to the Material Fees web page to check the material fees for your program and courses.
For more information about enrolment at RMIT University, please go to the Enrolment home page.
*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.
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