MC263 - Master of Human Resource Management

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Plan: MC263EXE - Master of Human Resource Management
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Students undertaking the Master of Human Resource Management will develop a body of knowledge in contemporary HRM. The program will develop knowledge and skills in contemporary business and HR practice, operational leadership, cross-cultural competency, analytical and technical competency, problem-solving, research and communication. The application of these will be demonstrated through interactive and experiential learning activities, case studies and assessments. Upon the successful completion of this program, you will be able to:

  1.  Interpret and assess contemporary issues and practices in organisations in the context of Human Resource Management (HRM).
  2. diagnose and analyse HR problems and propose theoretical and practical solutions that incorporate strategies for HRM linked to recruitment, training, development, performance management, health, safety, and well-being, inclusion and diversity, and industrial relations.
  3. reflect a critical awareness of the regulatory, ethical, social, economic, political, and environmental implications of HRM operations, processes, strategies, and decisions to enhance knowledge relevant to workplaces.
  4. examine and apply the roles of influencing, negotiation, and conflict resolution with internal and external stakeholders to maximise business goals within a safe, compliant, ethical and diverse workplace.
  5. critique the relevance of selected HRM theories to effectively apply HRM approaches to planning and strategic practices that manage employees in domestic and global organisations.
  6. evaluate and synthesise research principles and methods for innovative options and solutions relevant to business practices with a vision to HRM needs of the future. 
  7. Apply and integrate professional theory with practice in authentic Work Integrated Learning (WIL) contexts.
  8. Apply research principles and methods to design innovative options and solutions for, and make reasoned judgments about, problems and issues in contemporary business practice.
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