About the course
Human Resource Management prepares you to help shape an organisation or business through staff planning, job analysis and design, appraisal of staff performance and assessment of training needs.
Where it will take you
As a graduate you will be qualified to find work as a manager or director of human resource management, and be involved in the analysis and planning of human resource activities in organisations. Activities may include staff recruitment, career planning, appraisal, developing reward and discipline structures, and the design and redesign of jobs.
Your course is recognised by industry
As a graduate of the Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) you will be eligible for graduate and/or professional status with the Australian Human Resource Institute, Australia’s premier Human Resource Management professional body.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 192 points (24 subjects). These subjects are a combination of core subjects, specialisation subjects and electives.
All distance education students are required to have access to a personal computer (IBM PC or compatible) and spreadsheet software capable of reading Excel and/or Lotus 1-2-3 files. Further information on CSU's internet policy is available under Admission Requirements.
Meritorious students may apply for acceptance in to the Bachelor of Business (Honours) program.