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Human Resource Management - MGMTH23428

Plan Summary

Faculty: COMM - Australian School of Business
Program: 3428 - Media (Media Production)
Bachelor of Media (Minor)

Plan Outline

Specialisation in human resource management provides a strong practical and theoretical grounding in the policies and processes involved in the management of people at work. In a climate of rapid economic change, effective labour management is being seen as a critical component of the operation and strategic planning of both private firms and public sector organisations.

Plan Structure

  • A minor consists of 36 UOC (6 courses) containing at least 6 UOC at level 1 and at least 6 UOC at level 3. The minor does not form part of the nominated major.

Elective courses


Honours level study is available for Management students.

Students interested in studying at Honours Level should refer to the relevant Honours plan record for entry requirements.

Additional Information

Please note that these requirements may be subject to change.
Students are advised to follow requirements according to the year they commenced. Please refer to previous editions of the Online Handbook for your program requirements.

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