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Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations)

Postgraduate | CSU-HRM-MAS | 2024

An Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) accredited masters

For HR practitioners looking to advance their career. Back yourself and add value to your organisation. Get strategic, stay relevant, and get recognised. Specialisations include dispute resolution and risk management.

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Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent
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Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations)

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Career opportunities

A Master's-level human resource qualification can be transformative in challenging and enhancing your personal and professional development. Charles Sturt University’s Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations) has a reputation for excellence in providing learning, professional and career development opportunities. Our graduates have moved into positions as diverse as human resource director, industrial relations manager, change manager, workforce consultant and organisational development manager. Your degree also prepares you to rise to the next level of management by helping you develop knowledge and skills to identify and solve complex problems, pursue a strategic approach to HR management practice, and implement effective solutions to achieve business goals.

Professional recognition

Accrediting Body: Australian Human Resources Institute

Requirements for graduates to practice: No special requirements (and accreditation is NOT required for graduates to practice their profession)

Start and End Date of Accreditation: 2021 - 31 December 2024

Accreditation Status: Full

Potential Impact on Students if Conditional etc: N/A

Post conferral of award practice registration or additional study requirements of graduates: None

Career outlook

Human Resource Managers:
Over $120K
Human Resource Professionals:
$75K to $93K
Human Resource Advisers:
Unknown average

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