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Master of Management (Human Resource Management)

Postgraduate | USA-HRM-MAS | 2024

HRM expertise complemented by transferable skills

Mastering contemporary management skills gives you the confidence to lead people and systems. Graduate with the capabilities required to overcome challenges and be a successful HR Manager and decision maker in any business setting.

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

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Career opportunities

A Master of Management (Human Resource Management) from UniSA will give you the broad understanding and specialist skills need to work across a broad range of industries.

You will graduate ready to lead in roles such as:

  • Chief HR officer: work with senior management teams; develop and implement workforce policies and practices; create competitive remuneration strategies and performance management frameworks; provide advice on complex industrial relations matters
  • Human resources manager: design and implement HR policies, strategies and programs; oversee talent acquisition, performance management, and learning and development activity
  • People and culture manager: oversee day to day people and culture activities; manage employee relations; execute employee engagement initiatives
  • Training and development manager: analyse development needs to manage the design, delivery and evaluation of training programs
  • Work, health and safety manager: develop OHS policies and programs; provide advice on safety-related topics; design risk assessment and enforce preventative measures; manage policy updates based on legislative requirements
  • Employment relations manager: Provide representation in industrial and workplace relations matters; lead the development and implementation of industrial relations strategies.
  • Change management consultant: develop change frameworks and strategies; plan and execute process improvements; lead transitions through the change process.

Career outlook

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

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