Auckland University Of Technology Human Resources

Effective human resource managers are among an organisation’s most valuable assets. This is because HR managers, in facilitating the relationships between employers and employees, aim to optimise the health, happiness, success and satisfaction of everyone in the organisation.

Learn how to recruit, manage and inspire people in ways that will make a positive impact on an organisation, in this 18-month coursework masters degree programme.

Specialist courses in HR policy and practice, HR analytics and strategic HRM are complemented by courses in accounting, global operations management and marketing. Opportunities for the development of a strong portfolio of professional skills lead into a specialist HRM-focussed, industry-linked consulting project.

Where can Human Resource Management take you?

When you graduate you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge required for a career in fields related to human resource management. Possible roles include:

  • HR adviser
  • HR analyst
  • HR consultant
  • HR coordinator

Human Resource Management and Employment Relations – Bachelor of Business

Interested in diversity and organisational culture, and want to influence people at all levels of an organisation? Study human resources and employment relations as part of the Bachelor of Business degree.

Human resources professionals are the oil between management and employees, ensuring that staff are productive, safe and developing as valued and skilled workers. Careers in human resources and employment relations encompass planning, recruitment, learning and development, health and safety, commercial law and employer/employee relations. A key aspect of this work is change management, as companies are constantly adapting to and influencing the environment in which they operate.

This is part of the Bachelor of Business.