Awarded by Curtin University and accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute, graduates from this course are eligible for full professional membership of the Australian Institute of Management (WA).
The Management major focuses on the key challenges facing practising managers today such as the relationship between people and an organisation, performance, change, innovation and technology. You will develop a foundation of knowledge, insights and abilities required of managers in a wide range of sectors, industries and functions, including the management skills of communication, problem solving, planning, organising, managing change and working cooperatively with others.
Human resource management is a dynamic and evolving area related to the management of people within organisations. It also involves activities related to employment relationships.In this major you’ll study the functional areas of strategy and planning, attraction and retention, learning and development, remuneration and rewards, performance management and workplace relations. You’ll develop the knowledge and personal skills you need to develop techniques and programs to engage a highly committed and capable workforce to operate in the global business world.
Business Law 100
Communication in Business 100
Business Information Systems 100
Organisational Behaviour 200
Employee Relations in Singapore 201
Human Resource Management Introduction 200
Environmental Issues in Business 201
Asian Management 301
Selecting and Promoting Staff 311
Human Resource Development 212
International Management 375
Industrial Relations in Asia-Pacific Region 302
Performance and Conflict Management 302
International Human Resources Management 303
Strategic Management 313
Remuneration and Rewards Management 301
Managing Change 300
Business Ethics 300
Business Capstone 301
Minimum five points from two GCE ‘A’ H2 subjects OR Diploma in related field from a recognised Institute
Cost, duration and intakes
S$51,840, payable in six trimester installments.
2 years, starting in March, July and November.
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