Part time Master in Administration Studies in Australia

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Administration Studies

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Administration is the study of basic and advanced business concepts, including finance, marketing, teamwork and organization. This field of study is useful for students who seek a career in business or want to advance their current position in a company.

Australia has seven of the top 100 institution of higher learning in the world! Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, placing eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.

Part time Masters Degree in Administration Studies in Australia

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Master of Public Administration

Australian National University - College Of Asia & The Pacific
Campus January 2018 Australia Canberra

The Master of Public Administration program is designed for future leaders of government, civil society and market organisations responsible for pursuing the public interest. It integrates theory and practice in enhancing understanding, knowledge and skills essential to the management and leadership of public organisations. It does this through various analytical lens that structure, guide and inform an assessment of the complexities and challenges of organising public action within and across the state, market and civil society. [+]

The Master of Public Administration program is designed for future leaders of government, civil society and market organisations responsible for pursuing the public interest. It integrates theory and practice in enhancing understanding, knowledge and skills essential to the management and leadership of public organisations. It does this through various analytical lens that structure, guide and inform an assessment of the complexities and challenges of organising public action within and across the state, market and civil society.

The compulsory and core subjects explore contemporary public issues and dilemmas locally, regionally and globally. The emphasis is on key disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives on public administration, management and governance, which can be clustered as government institutions and processes, law and regulation, public sector finance, economic policy and management, environment and agriculture, and international governance and policy. The aim throughout is to foster debate and provide comparative insights in addressing the dynamics of continuity and change in government and governance.... [-]


Master of Local Government

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 - 3  January 2018 Australia Sydney

The Master of Local Government provides professionals, managers and leaders in local government with an advanced body of knowledge and skills to reflect critically on theory and practice. This enables them to apply this knowledge in their roles in strategic thinking, planning and shaping local communities. [+]

The course provides graduates with an evidence-based learning approach to build a high level of influence and leadership in their local government workplace. The course, which is informed by the research and capacity-building activities of the UTS Centre for Local Government, provides an interdisciplinary program with teaching and learning activities ranging across and beyond the faculty. An education program is developed to match the requirements of each participant's individual requirements, and subjects can be studied through intensive block release or in some cases through online delivery mode.

The education and professional development provided through the Master of Local Government aims to meet individual needs and provide opportunities for local government practitioners who wish to broaden their knowledge and skills, underpinned with a strong foundation in public service and democratic values and principles. On completion of the course, graduates have a sound understanding of current issues in local government and in diverse communities, as well as an ability to relate this knowledge back to their own workplaces. They gain research and scholarship competencies that allow them to continue their own professional development through short courses or further academic study, including at doctoral level.... [-]


Master of Not-for-Profit and Social Enterprise Management

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 - 3  January 2018 Australia Sydney

This course reflects best practice, current issues and emerging trends in not-for-profit and social enterprise, and has been designed for individuals who are passionate about social innovation and social justice, enabling them to develop innovative solutions that have social impact. The course is particularly relevant to policy-makers, senior managers, and chief executives of social economy, community, public and/or third sector organisations. It also applies to those seeking to apply business and management principles to help a wider range of organisations – governments, businesses and social ventures – thereby creating economic and social value concurrently. [+]

This course offers advanced insights into social entrepreneurship and social innovation as drivers of not-for-profit, community-oriented enterprises.

The course focuses on how management can contribute to society and the environment in innovative and sustainable ways while also addressing core skills and knowledge critical to the successful pursuit of a career in the ever-expanding social economy, including grant writing, fundraising, volunteer management, social program design and the skills to measure social impact. Students also develop an understanding of the social economy and its economic and political context, and are introduced to ways of thinking systematically about the challenges facing society and developing innovative solutions to address these challenges.... [-]


Master of Human Resource Management (Extension)

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 2 - 4  January 2018 Australia Sydney

The Master of Human Resource Management (Extension) provides students with the in-depth knowledge and skills necessary to contribute at a senior level to their organisation's human resources and industrial relations functions. [+]

The course is designed primarily for individuals who are currently employed, or show the potential for employment, at senior policy-making levels in the fields of human resource management, industrial relations, occupational health and affirmative action. The additional elective subject choices provide an opportunity to specialise more deeply in the human resource management discipline and to further enhance students' skills, professional practice, specialist knowledge and capabilities.

The course aims to provide leading-edge conceptual and practical understandings of human resource management in complex and unfamiliar workplace situations in order to facilitate management decision-making.... [-]


Master of Human Resource Management

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 - 3  January 2018 Australia Sydney

The Master of Human Resource Management focuses on developing expertise in contemporary human resource management issues. The course is for current and aspiring HR professionals who are seeking the in-depth knowledge and skills necessary to engage in decision-making at senior levels within an organisation. [+]

The Master of Human Resource Management focuses on developing greater understanding of human resource management, employment relations and organisational behaviour. It provides participants with a thorough understanding of the business issues and challenges surrounding HRM and IR, and equips participants with the skills necessary to add value to an organisation.

The course aims to provide leading-edge conceptual and practical understandings of human resource management in complex and unfamiliar workplace situations in order to facilitate management decision-making.

Career options include positions in change management and general management, human resources, and organisational training and development.... [-]


Master of Human Resource Management

The University of Newcastle, GradSchool (Online)
Campus or Online Part time May 2018 Australia Newcastle

A Master of Human Resource Management through the University of Newcastle offers a strategically developed program that will challenge your approach to human resource management, enhance your ability to think and act analytically as well as master your strategic capabilities. [+]

A Master of Human Resource Management (HRM) degree from the University of Newcastle develops in graduates the knowledge and practical skills to become an effective, ethical and successful practitioner in human resource management (HRM) and/or employment relations (ER), working in business, government, consulting or community sector organisations. The Master of Human Resource Management can be studied face-to-face at the Newcastle City Precinct, online or a combination of the two. This allows you to achieve a postgraduate qualification whilst balancing your professional and personal commitments through study designed for life. MHRM students at Newcastle are highly diverse in life and work experience, and come from many countries. We value and draw upon this diversity to make it a genuine source of learning for you, whether you are studying in the classroom or on-line. We expect the highest standards from our students. If you would like to undertake a rigorous but practical program that builds your skills and well as your knowledge, and challenges you to do your best, this Program is for you. The Master of Human Resource Management is one of the few programs that recognises relevant professional experience and may result in credit being granted for up to four courses. This means you could reduce your study by up to a third! Is it for you? The Master of HRM program at the University of Newcastle carefully balances theory and practice. HRM and ER professionals work in roles as advisors to and advocates for, as well as managers of,... [-]

Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations

The University of Western Australia Business School
Campus Part time 1.5 - 2  February 2018 Australia Perth

The Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations (HRER) provides you with the specialist knowledge and expertise to work in human resource management or related fields such as industrial relations, recruitment, employee development or human resources planning. [+]

The Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations (HRER) provides you with the specialist knowledge and expertise to work in human resource management or related fields such as industrial relations, recruitment, employee development or human resources planning.

Topics include broad introductory units in HRER, together with specialised units in areas such as assessment and selection, strategic human resource management, negotiation, managing workplace diversity, and international employment relations.

Careers

Our graduates are employed in all areas of the private and public sectors in an array of jobs. Many work in general human resources managerial and consulting roles, while others are employed in more specialised positions in policy development, industrial relations, recruitment and assessment, and equal opportunity.... [-]


Master of Business Information and Logistics Management

The University of Western Australia Business School
Campus Part time 1.5 - 2  February 2018 Australia Perth

The Master of Business Information and Logistics Management (MBILM) at the UWA Business School is designed for computer science graduates wanting to expand their business knowledge, as well as business graduates wishing to develop their technical skills. The course will develop and expand your skills to manage IT infrastructure projects, determine enterprise systems requirements, analyse organisational data for business intelligence, lead information systems strategies, manage supply chains, and apply emerging technologies across the enterprise. A major focus of the MBIM is developing your ability to work with IT teams to improve operations. For example, the unit Project Management will develop your capacity to oversee a portfolio of strategic projects. Topics include project creation and planning; scheduling, network analysis and resource management; control of projects during their development and execution phases; organising the project team; and benefits realisation. You will be able to apply project management skills, tools and techniques in a realistic setting, making use of standard project management software. [+]

Do you want to build your skills in project management, and focus on improving quality, workflow management, processes and systems?

The Master of Business Information and Logistics Management (MBILM) at the UWA Business School is designed for computer science graduates wanting to expand their business knowledge, as well as business graduates wishing to develop their technical skills. The course will develop and expand your skills to manage IT infrastructure projects, determine enterprise systems requirements, analyse organisational data for business intelligence, lead information systems strategies, manage supply chains, and apply emerging technologies across the enterprise.

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Master of Human Resources Management

University of Newcastle
Campus January 2018 Australia Newcastle

The purpose of this program is to educate human resource management (HRM) and employment relations (ER) professionals. You will learn to make well-informed decisions about motivating and managing people, allowing them to make a significant strategic contribution to their organisations. [+]

Your future

Graduates can start their careers or improve their current positions in specialist human resource management (HRM) or employment relations (ER) roles. The program provides the necessary professional knowledge, as well as specific skills training in areas such as negotiation, advocacy, organisational design, research and analysis, training and evaluation, and communication. The Master of HRM prepares graduates for positions in HRM, strategic planning, organisational development, industrial relations, communications, remuneration, learning, program evaluation, and policy development.

Our program is highly regarded. We have an active and distinguished Industry Advisory Committee providing advice on new and existing courses and facilitating our strong professional links to industry and community. Many of our Australian graduates are in senior HRM/ER roles in leading Newcastle and NSW organisations, and many of our international students have returned to impressive careers in their home countries.... [-]