of Human Resource Management
degree is taught in conjunction with Human
Resource Management Institute (UK and USA)
and has been designed as a professional qualification for Full Membership
of the Human
Resource Management Institute.
of Management Specialists recognises this program for Fellow grade
Membership and Specialised Human Resource Manager designation.
I – Introduction to Human Resource Management
broadly covers strategic management, planning, information systems
and the law in relationship to human resource management.
II – Attracting and Selecting Human Resources
involves job analysis, design, staff recruitment and selection.
III – Developing Human Resources
unit looks at appraising, training and career development.
IV – Rewarding Human Resources
unit looks at staff motivation, incentives and benefits.
V – Managing Human Resources
unit looks at industrial relations, managing change in the workplace,
negotiations, OHS and recognizing workforce diversity.
VI – Human Resources in a Changing World
unit looks at the Human Resource Management trends internationally.
II – Independent Study Project
15000 – 20000 word thesis on an Independent Study Project designed
to develop the candidate’s master of a specialised Human Resource
a Masters program it is designed to take 1-½ academic years.
can be completed in 12 – 18 months part time study if the candidate
does not take traditional academic breaks.
bodies are all listed in the publication British Qualifications 34th
edition as United Kingdom professional awarding bodies. Some have
reciprocal membership agreements with other Commonwealth professional