As an HR professional, you'll know how to build sustainable workplace cultures to attract, hire, train, and retain talent. You'll skilfully negotiate and mediate conflict, while balancing employee and employer interests. Your workforce planning skills will help you optimise staff performance and meet strategic business goals.
Want to climb to the top? As Director of People and Culture, you'll manage employee relations, creating a culture of productivity, creativity, and innovation. You could arrive at your destination sooner by studying a combined degree—a Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Business (HR Management) will take your HR management career to even greater heights.
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Thrive in a flourishing industry ripe with opportunity and exciting career pathways. Deepen your career options with an MBA in Human Resource Management—you'll study future-forward topics like unconscious bias, and emotional intelligence, and learn how to apply artificial intelligence to understand its impact on the future of job design.
Take your highly-transferable people and project management skills into virtually any industry. Build a local or international career in government, retail, private consultancies, recruitment agencies, not-for-profits, advertising, education, manufacturing, legal, healthcare, and more.
Study core topics like unconscious bias and emotional intelligence designed to equip you with the skills to thrive in HR jobs of the future.
Expect a world-class learning experience at Flinders University or study online. Choose from full-time or part-time options to suit your lifestyle.
Study part of your degree overseas with student exchange opportunities at 80 international partner universities.
Graduate ahead of the game with future-forward skills taught by Australia’s leading academics.
Get real-world experience and develop networks through Work Integrated Learning and industry placement programs.
There were multiple occasions where I felt I was supported and being taken care of from different departments at Flinders.
Make a difference by studying with Flinders Business.
Ever wondered if you’re going to be ready for your dream job when your studies are over? At Flinders, we’ve got you covered, with a step-by-step plan to get you job-ready by graduation.
Want to stand out from the crowd? Flinders graduate turned HR Advisor, Emily Dally, is here to share some valuable career advice.
With a choice of 7 specialisations, you can choose between an MBA in Business Analytics, Marketing, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, Finance, International Business, or Social Impact.
I can genuinely say that I went to a university that teaches students well, and interested in developing relationships with them outside of the university grounds.
Our incredible teaching and professional staff are experts in their fields and well-connected to industry.
Senior Lecturer, College of Business, Government and Law: Dr Rajesh Johnsam
Rajesh has a Doctor of Philosophy (Leadership/Organisational Behaviour), a Master of Business Administration (HRM) and a Master of Science (Psychology). He has 10 years experience teaching at universities in India and Australia, and working as a Training and Development consultant.
He has published in top peer-reviewed journals including Personnel Review, Management in Education (UK SAGE) and international conference proceedings. His research interests are leadership, organisational behaviour, hospitality, disaster tourism and HRM.
Lecturer, College of Business, Government and Law: Dr Mahmoud Moussa
Mahmoud has a PhD in Management, a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development (HRD), and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. Driven by a desire for student success, Mahmoud takes pride in delivering high level student engagement outcomes.
A member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI), and the editorial board at Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) Journal (UK), Mahmoud has published two books, over 40 papers, and has received numerous academic grants and industry awards.
Work Integrated Learning Coordinator: Ms Kahlene Michalenny
Kahlene Michalanney has a Bachelor of Business (Management) from Flinders University where she learned first-hand the value of undertaking a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement. Kahlene's WIL experience saw her transition from student to working professional with her WIL employer in her final study year.
Kahlene is passionate about supporting current students to have valuable WIL experiences within the College of Business, Government & Law.
Check out the Flinders University Handbook and search for the human resources course you’re interested in.
Human Resource Directors lead the HR department, and Human Resource Managers answer to them. An HR Director will plan, lead, and manage all HR functions, while an HR Manager implements the every day tasks of recruitment, screening, and interviews.
A Director of People and Culture builds employee relations, cultivating a culture that encourages productivity, creativity, and innovation. They focus on improving the workplace environment with their people-first approach.
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