Completely revamped for 2020, our new Master of Human Resource Management aspires to be the most up to date HRM course in Australia. We’ve redeveloped the program in close consultation with an industry panel of practitioners, and the new program draws on the latest research by UTS academics working in this field – who’ll be your teachers.
What you’ll learn
The here-and-now topics in the revised program include people analytics, the impact of developments such as artificial intelligence and the gig economy on the future of work, the importance of diversity and inclusion and a dedicated subject on change management – identified by industry as being of particular importance in the fast-changing workplace.
This is a program built to have application in the real world. Each semester you’ll work through a combination of a foundational subject, a theme like people analytics, then a project that applies that knowledge. This sort of structure also means it’s easier to fit assessments into your life.
Delivery of the Master of HRM has been tailored so students get the benefits of face-to-face input from UTS’s leading HRM academics blended with well-developed and presented online materials.
Who is it for?
The Master of HRM is sufficiently flexible to suit those working in human resources already and those seeking to make a career change. The foundational subjects mean those joining the industry will be equipped with the base knowledge they need, while the currency of the new subjects means existing HR practitioners will emerge with updated skills and knowledge.
- Master of Human Resource Management
- Master of Human Resource Management (Extension)
- Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management
- Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
Discover why our Human Resource Management courses are the best choice to help take your career to the next level:
Get industry recognised
Our Master of Human Resource Management is accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI), giving you the essential skills and knowledge you need.
Work on real-world projects
You will have the opportunity to work with real-world clients which means you’ll learn from real-world events and case studies.
Complete the course your way
Complement core knowledge in HRM with your choice of electives from across the Business School
Learn from the best
We are consistently listed as one of the top 100 schools world-wide for Business and Management.
Don’t learn the same thing twice
If you recently undertook university study in HRM or related management fields you may be eligible for generous recognition of prior learning
Talk to us
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Ask us a question by filling out our information request form or give us a call on (02) 9514 3074 to talk through your options with us.
Applications can be lodged online and are free for domestic students. The process should take around 20 minutes. Before you start your application, check out all the documents required here.
If you are not an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident you need to apply through Applying to study at UTS.