Undergraduate

HR Management and Analytics

Bring together your passion for people, data and management to assess and predict the prospective world of work. Learn the skills needed to guide recruitment and retention in a digital age and efficiently and effectively manage the future workforce.

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Murdoch code

MJ-HMA

Study mode

Full Time or Part Time

Selection rank

70

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For Learner Engagement and Student Support for Accounting, Business and Management. 1

Global top 100

Ranked in the top 100 universities in the world under 50 years of age. 2

Top 20%

Ranked in the top 20% of universities in Australia for teaching quality. 3

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Overview

The management of people is essential in every organisation to maximise performance, wellbeing and success and with the reliance on technology and analytics, it’s more important than ever that we use data to assess and drive business decisions. This course will equip you with the skills to guide recruitment, retention and to manage a diverse workforce in the digital age.

You’ll learn recruitment techniques needed in an evolving digital landscape. You’ll explore performance management practices, conflict management, remuneration and how to use human resource metrics and analytics to make business decisions.

You’ll also learn to interpret the increasingly evolving legal practices associated with the management of people and how you can use this to efficiently and effectively manage the future workforce.

3 reasons to study HR Management and Analytics at Murdoch

  • This unique course allows you to become immersed in your studies and completing an undergraduate degree in two years.
  • Co-designed and co-delivered with industry experts, you will experience learning in different formats including internships, simulations and corporate trainings so you can apply the skills in the workplace straight away.
  • Flexible study options allow you to study at your own pace to support a greater life balance.

Build essential skills and knowledge to meet your career or study goals. Topics you’ll cover include:

  • Work task planning for complex and complicated work designs of the future
  • Robotic process automation versus human resources as decision makers
  • Capability analytics to identify the competencies of a prospective employee before you make a choice to hire.
  • Virtual and augmented reality in HR

Your career

When you graduate you could find yourself working in a range of industries, in established and emerging businesses, in consultancies and in the not-for-profit sector.

Careers could include:

  • Human Resource Advisor
  • People and Culture Administrator
  • Learning and Development Coordinator
  • Workforce Coordinator

 

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English Requirements

You must be able to meet a minimum standard in English to study at Murdoch, which may include the successful completion of a variety of English proficiency tests.

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Advanced Standing

Everyone has a different path to university so if you’ve already completed formal or informal learning, you could receive advanced standing. Also known as recognition of prior learning, advanced standing can reduce the amount of study needed to complete your degree by giving you credit for certain units.

Formal learning can include previous study in higher education vocational education or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning, various kinds of work and life experience.

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Adjustment for Murdoch RISE

Murdoch RISE is a selection rank adjustment, as part of our commitment to helping students from regional, Indigenous and low socio-economic backgrounds gain university entry.

If you achieve an ATAR of 60.00 - 89.95, a Murdoch RISE adjustment factor of up to 10.00 points may help you get into your preferred course. Murdoch RISE can increase your selection rank up to a maximum of 90.00.

There’s no application or need to register. If you are eligible, the adjustment factor is automatically added to your raw ATAR score when you apply.

 

This information applies to courses offered at our Australian campuses only. Courses offered at our Dubai, Singapore and Myanmar campuses or delivered by Open Universities Australia may have different requirements.

Advanced Standing

Everyone has a different path to university so if you’ve already completed formal or informal learning, you could receive advanced standing. Also known as recognition of prior learning, advanced standing can reduce the amount of study needed to complete your degree by giving you credit for certain units.

Formal learning can include previous study in higher education vocational education or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning, various kinds of work and life experience.

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This information applies to courses offered at our Australian campuses only. Courses offered at our Dubai, Singapore and Myanmar campuses or delivered by Open Universities Australia may have different requirements.

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