Management and Organisations
Effectively managing people and organisational change are key attributes of successful businesses. The specialisation in Management and Organisations encompasses the basic functions and processes of management as well as electives which focus on organisational behaviour, human resource management, organisational change, communication, sustainable business practice, diversity and industrial relations. The specialisation concludes with a capstone unit on leadership.
To meet requirements for this specialisation in the Master's degree, a candidate completes five units of study (30 credit points), comprising
(i) one six credit point foundational unit of study as follows: WORK5003 Management and Organisations; and
(ii) one six credit point compulsory unit of study, WORK6130 Leadership in Organisations; and
(iii) three elective units of study (18 credit points) selected from the available elective options listed for the specialisation in the University of Sydney Business School handbook.
The skills and content derived from Management and Organisations specialisation provide a foundation for careers in traditional IR organisations such as unions, employer bodies and government as well as in HRM, research, policy development, consultancy work, industrial law and many aspects of private and public sector management.
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