Swinburne Sarawak’s HRM program offers highly industry relevant units in the areas of employment relations, human resource strategy, leadership and management development. The program covers a spectrum of management activities in key areas you will need to become a successful manager and leader such as managing people, developing and implementing strategic approaches to managing an organisations human resources, motivating and rewarding employees, conflict management, decision-making, ethics and change management.
Students must complete 12 units (150 credit points) including three specialisation units and one electives.
Units of study
ENT60009 Opportunity, Discovery, Creativity and Design
HRM60018 Human Resource Fundamentals
HRM60013 Employee Relations
HRM70012 Managing Workplace Diversity and Inclusion
HRM70013 Strategic Human Resource Management
HRM80015 Human Capital Analytics
HRM80018 Leading Change
BUS80013 Research methodology
Research specialisation units
BUS80017 Quantitative Research Methods
BUS80018 Qualitative Research Methods
BUS80021 (1 and 2) Business Research Thesis
Student is to choose one elective from the pool of existing units available.
Key Information due to COVID-19: Swinburne will continue with its fully online learning for our students. Online learning and assessments continues to be the primary mode of delivery for the majority of the learning activities.