Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) University of the Sunshine Coast

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Bachelor Degree
Sunshine Coast
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This program gives you a strong foundation in business and develops your people skills. Build your business knowledge with studies in economics, management, marketing, research methods, accounting and informatics.

You’ll specialise with a major that covers human resources, workplace relations, staffing and remuneration, training and development, employment and industrial law, leadership and team dynamics, and managing organisational change.

Choose the Business Internship course as an elective to gain practical experience in the human resources sector to gain valuable industry experience and possibly even impress a potential employer.

The program has the flexibility to enable you to choose from a variety of elective courses to further enhance your management studies. In addition to your management degree, you may opt for a minor in management, international business, marketing or tourism, leisure and event management.

This program will position you for a career in recruitment, staff development and training, employment relations and workforce planning. If management positions are in your sights, Human Resource Management graduates are often sought after for their well-developed people skills. A variety of industries are seeking human resource managers including local government, health sector, retail, education and the non-profit sector.


The School of Business recommends students use these electives towards a second major or a minor from those listed below:

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Human resource management
Staff development and training
Industrial relations
Employment relations.


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December 2017
Year completed 2018

The course overall was great! The positive was that it was about an industry that I was interested in and became more passionate about while studying. There weren't too many negatives except sometimes the workload got to me.

Balancing 4 subjects with part-time work and other commitments sometimes resulted in not putting a...

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