A range of postgraduate study options are offered by the School of Management, including diplomas, certificates, Honours, Master’s and PhD programmes.
Take your knowledge and understanding of the central concepts of human resource management and industrial relations to the next level.
Studying Tourism Management at Victoria will help you on your journey towards a senior role in this exciting, diverse and growing industry.
Build on your management knowledge and skills and gain a deeper insight into the latest management theories and research.
BCom (Hons) in Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations
The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours BCom(Hons) in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations will provide you with the ability to demonstrate an understanding of the central concepts of human resource management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR).
BCom (Hons) in Management
The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours BCom(Hons) in Management will equip you to directly access the latest national and international theory and research on management practice. Although it is written by and for academics, the international literature flows through to powerfully shape the way in which the management role is perceived by managers and consultants.
BTM (Hons) Tourism Management
The Bachelor of Tourism Management(Hons) BTM(Hons) programme offers a unique opportunity to undertake post-graduate study in Tourism Management. The programme is distinctive in its design, integrating practical and theoretical learning combined with the strengths of Victoria's Faculty of Commerce and Administration to give you the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in the rapidly evolving tourism environment. Students may be admitted into the BTM(Hons) programme on completion of the BTM or with an equivalent background. The BTM(Hons) is normally a one-year full-time degree.
Graduate Diploma in Commerce
The Graduate Diploma in Commerce (GDipCom) is offered in the School of Management in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Management and Tourism. It is a flexible qualification designed for commerce graduates who want to move into a new area of specialisation, and for graduates in other disciplines who want to gain a commerce qualification from the equivalent of one year of further study. The GradDipCom is a one-year full-time (or up to three years part-time) programme open to graduates, though students near the end of their degree may take some papers towards their diploma as long as they complete the degree before formally entering the diploma.
Graduate Certificate in Commerce
The Graduate Certificate in Commerce (GCertCom) is offered in the School of Management in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Management and Tourism. It is equivalent to one trimester of full-time study for students who already have an undergraduate degree. The courses selected for the Certificate must total at least 60 points at 200-level or above, including at least 40 points at 300-level or above. A specialisation will be awarded if the courses all come from a particular commerce subject area.
MCom - Master of Commerce
The School of Management offers Master's-level study for the Master of Commerce (MCom) degree in Management or Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations with two options:
- a 180-point programme by coursework
- a 120-point programme by thesis: The thesis requires the completion of a research study (including a literature review, data collection/analysis and findings) presented as a thesis (about 30,000 - 40,000 words).
MTM - Master of Tourism Managment
The Master of Tourism Management (MTM) is a two-year degree.
The PhD is the highest degree offered by the School of Management. It is completed by thesis only and is restricted to areas where appropriate supervision is available.