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Bachelor of Human Resource Management (Psychology)

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English Requirements

  • IELTS Overall Band: 6.5
  • TOEFL Internet Total Score: 79
  • Other Tests: PTE Academic – 58 (No less than 50 in each module)
Course Details

The Bachelor of Human Resource Management (Psychology) enables you to see HR from an alternate point. By investigating the human brain in a business setting, you'll have a critical preferred position when performing key elements of the job, from enrollment and working environment arrangements, to making elite situations. 

At the center of HR is understanding the individual before you. What inspires them? What keeps them down? What job suits their qualities? The Bachelor of Human Resource Management (Psychology) sets you up for these inquiries and the sky is the limit from there. You'll graduate with a sharp sense for the basic factors behind basic work environment challenges. What's more, through down to earth learning supported by the most recent research, you'll have the option to give proof based answers for these very difficulties. 

You'll graduate with a more focused on information base in brain science. This permits you to adopt a logical strategy to the everyday elements of a HR proficient. Your profound comprehension of human conduct will be vital with regards to breaking down worker execution, creating solid authoritative culture and choosing the correct individual for the activity. 

The assorted scope of units on offer gives you a more extensive point of view of the difficulties looked in HR, while simultaneously setting you up for the real factors of present day business. Become familiar with the essentials of HR by contemplating units, for example, hierarchical conduct, change the board and working environment managing and exchange. At that point supplement this information with brain research units including cerebrum, science and conduct, mental science and the human psyche. This double aptitude doesn't simply improve you at your particular employment – it makes you considerably more appealing to businesses. 

Deakin's Bachelor of Human Resource Management (Psychology) is firmly connected to industry, and gives various chances to apply the aptitudes you learn in the homeroom in true settings. Our work-incorporated acquiring program gives you a sample of your future profession in HR. Invest significant energy at an association, working next to each other with experts and building systems that upgrade your vocation possibilities. This course is especially useful to understudies who are available to vocations in the two orders (HR and brain research), however don't have the opportunity to finish separate degrees. It accompanies key proficient accreditations from the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) and Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC), and gives a perceived pathway towards turning into an enlisted therapist.


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July 2020

3 Years


Melbourne, Geelong

March 2021

3 Years


Melbourne, Geelong

July 2021

3 Years


Melbourne, Geelong

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Deakin University has approximately 8492 international students. 147 China
IELTS is accepted at Deakin University

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