|Study location||Canada, Ontario|
|Type||Short duration, full-time|
|Tuition fee||CA$18,721.90 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Are you a working professional with a focus on human resources (HR) or management who dreams of playing a lead role in caring for an organization’s most important asset – its people?
As a Human Resources Management graduate, you possess specialized knowledge in labour law, occupational health and safety, labour relations and compensation and recruitment, enabling you to work in all aspects of HR.
Designed to complement prior education in other disciplines.
Professors have significant HR industry experience.
Applied learning opportunities including an internship with 300 hours of practical HR experience.
Connect with industry leaders via guest speakers, alumni, industry events and associations including the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and the Human Resources Professional Association of Niagara (HRPAN).
Courses prepare you for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) and/or Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designations. Courses required to write the Certified Human Resources Professional Knowledge Exam (CHRP1) and Certified Human Resources Leader Knowledge Exam (CHRP2) in order to achieve your CHRP and/or CHRL designations, must have an overall average of 70 percent, with no course mark below 65 per cent.
contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of employee recruitment, selection, and retention plans and processes
administer and contribute to the design and evaluation of the performance management program.
develop, implement, and evaluate employee orientation, training, and development programs.
facilitate and support effective employee and labour relations in both nonunion and union environments.
research and support the development and communication of the organization’s total compensation plan*.
collaborate with others, in the development, implementation, and evaluation of organizational health and safety policies and practices.
research and analyze information needs and apply current and emerging information technologies to support the human resources function.
develop, implement, and evaluate organizational development* strategies aimed at promoting organizational effectiveness.
present and evaluate communication messages and processes related to the human resources function of the organization.
manage own professional development and provide leadership to others in the achievement of ongoing competence in human resources professional practice.
facilitate and communicate the human resources component of the organization’s business plan.
conduct research, produce reports, and recommend changes in human resources practices.
Human resources generalist
Labour relations officer
Occupational health and safety coordinator
Pension and benefit administrator
Talent acquisition specialist
Training and development coordinator