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Take your career further a postgrad Human Resources degree

When you study a postgraduate degree in human resources (HR) with Curtin, you’ll broaden your understanding in subjects such as HR strategy, planning, attraction and retention of staff, learning and development, pay systems and rewards, performance management, and workplace relations.

Curtin’s sought after human resources degrees use real-world case studies to prepare graduates for complex and fast-changing organisational climates in Australia and worldwide. They feature both guided independent study and team projects, and offers networking opportunities for you to further prepare you for changing labour markets in Australia and worldwide.

Flexible course duration

Our programs are modular, which means you can start your studies with a graduate certificate and graduate in as little as six months, ready to apply your learnings in the workplace immediately or progress your studies through to a graduate diploma and receive credit for your completed graduate certificate.

Industry snapshot

Technological change and workforce change is resulting in a growing demand for Human Resource professionals with a diverse range of skills1. Salaries are reflecting this shift in expertise with the average salary for a HR Manager sitting at $121,877 per year2. The Employment Placement and Recruitment Services industry in Australia generates $15 billion revenue3 and employment for HR professionals is expected to grow strongly with around 59,000 job openings over the next 5 years4.

Jenny Lu, Master of Human Resources

I chose the Master of Human Resources at Curtin because the program is practical and taught by experienced HR practitioners and researchers. The program provided me with both theoretical and practical experience, and an in-depth, holistic understanding of each component of HR. What I enjoyed most about the program was learning from each guest speaker, unit coordinator and student.

Apply to study in semester one, 2021

Applications for semester one 2021 entry are currently open and close 11 February 2021.

How to Apply

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Industry connections

Industry connections

Maintaining strong links with industry is critical to serving the needs of our students and the workforce. CBS has established a network of advisory boards – groups of industry representatives who support the school by providing invaluable business knowledge and influencing our courses to make sure you are industry-ready on graduation.

AHRI accredited

AHRI accredited

AHRI accredits all Curtin Business School courses in human resources. You can attend talks and lectures from industry professionals and on graduation you will be eligible to apply for membership.

AACSB accredited

AACSB accredited

CBS is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International

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