Human Resource Management
- Major in Human Resource Management — 24 credits
- Minor in Human Resource Management — 12 credits
Provides in depth knowledge in each of the major functional areas of human resources. Critical issues within this field include the recruitment and selection of employees, their training and development, and compensation and rewarding strategies. Electives are offered in such fields as compensation and benefits management, training and development, and health and safety management.
Sample courses include:
Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining, Compensation and Benefits Management, Training and Development, Workplace Planning and Staffing, Strategic Human Resource Management, Employment Law
Human Resource Management Co-op Program
This program offers a general management perspective while integrating a specialist orientation which examines critical issues within the field such as recruitment and selection of employees, their training and development, compensation and rewarding strategies.
Work tasks may include:
- Recruiting, pre screening and interviewing candidates and verifying references
- Preparing job descriptions and conducting market surveys
- Analyzing training needs
- Involvement in performance management, employee recognition and employment equity initiatives
Human Resource Management (BComm - Major/Minor) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
Recruiter, Interviewer, Trainer, Career Counsellor, Salary Administrator, Compensation Analyst, Labour Relations Specialist, Health and Safety Specialist, Union Negotiator
- Major in Management — 24 credits
- Minor in Management — 12 credits
- Minor in Entrepreneurship — 12 credits
Geared toward developing aptitudes that are more strategic in nature, this program aims to nurture problem solving, implementation and tactical abilities.
Sample courses include:
Sustainable Management, Organizational Theory and Design, Implementing Competitive Strategies, Entrepreneurial Family Business, Leadership and Motivation, Managing a Small Business, Introduction to Management Consulting
Management (BComm - Major/Minor) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
Account Manager, Assistant Executive Director, Business Analyst and Consultant, Business Planner, Buyer, Client Services Associate, Internal Account Manager, Logistics Analyst, Management Advisor, Merchandise Allocator, Procurement Agent, Product Manager, Public Relations Analyst, Sales and Service Manager, Strategic Planner, Warehouse Manager
See the BComm degree description for more information on the core and elective requirements.
Undergraduate admissions guidelines: For information on international admission, required documents, proof of language proficiency, the university admissions timetable, selection and notification process.