- Business Research Design
- Issues in Diversity
- Human Resource Management for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
And one elective from either of the following programs:
Discover a new, accelerated way to learn
Flexibility in your life is not only important, it’s essential. Our program gives you freedom, not a dictated schedule, allowing you the autonomy to manage your study load around work and life commitments.
Our accelerated seven-week study periods offer six intakes per year, meaning you can start at a time that is convenient for you. By focusing on one course at a time, your learning is consolidated, giving you the best chance at successful completion, in the fastest time possible, while still working full-time.
We've combined the very best teaching knowledge with a flexible program delivery model, and leading technology to create an exceptional, cutting-edge learning platform. With a strong hands-on focus ingrained into the program, you can apply relevant skills to your work from day one – consolidating your new knowledge through action.
As well as our accelerated, online study model this program is also available on-campus.
The RMIT Master of Human Resource Management is accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI). Eligible graduates can also enter the AHRI Practising Certification Program. The online delivery model is subject to accreditation.
No on-campus obligations
While you will have online assessments, the Master of Human Resource Management delivers a convenient online program without the requirement for on-campus attendance and commitments. All lecture material and content is delivered direct to you, wherever you are.
Updated knowledge from industry experts
Developed by leading experts in this field, this is one of the most recent masters by coursework in HR management, meaning you will learn the most up-to-date knowledge to equip you for contemporary challenges in HR.
English language requirements
Innovative systems and support to guide you to success
From day one, you’ll receive ongoing personalised support from our study concierge service, providing you with the resources and guidance you need to succeed. Whenever you need it, we’ll help you access any tools, resources or services to help you achieve your study goals
Whether you’re at work, home or on the move, your digital classroom is ready wherever you are. Optimised for a variety of devices, you don’t need to be at your desktop to keep up-to-date with readings or contribute to discussions – learn wherever you are, whenever you want.
Work-connected and industry-relevant
International students are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency for admission to RMIT University.
You can provide your results from one of these three options:
- an accepted English language proficiency test
- an accepted English language provider, or
- a recognised Australian or international qualification.
English language proficiency tests minimum scores:
- IELTS (Academic): minimum overall band of 6.5 (with no individual band below 6.0)
- TOEFL (Paper Based Test): minimum score of 580 (TWE 4.5)
- TOEFL (Internet Based Test - IBT): minimum overall score of 92 (with minimum of 20 in all sections)
- Pearson Test of English (Academic) (PTE (A)): minimum score of 58 (with no communication band less than 50)
- Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): minimum of 176 with no less than 169 in any component.
For detailed information on English language requirements and other proficiency tests recognised by RMIT, visit English language requirements and equivalency information.
Advisory boards consist of high-profile industry representatives who ensure links with industry standards and practice are reflected in the program. Management practitioners and industry-relevant projects underpin the work-integrated learning components of this program, meaning what you learn today you can apply to your work tomorrow.
You may work in a range of industry sectors where your skills in contemporary business and HR practice, operational leadership, problem-solving, cross-cultural awareness and persuasive communication are required for the strategic management of people in a global context.
Roles might include diversity management, occupational health and safety, training and development, industrial relations roles as well as HR practice.