Academics

Certificate in Human Resource Management

The certificate has been developed in cooperation with professionals in Human Resource Management and will prepare students for the Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation. Students should be aware that as of 2011, a bachelor's degree will be one of the requirements for the CHRP designation.

A minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 in the Human Resource Management Certificate Program courses is required for graduation with the Certificate. Students without previous university course work may have to complete prerequisites that are specified for each course, in addition to the required courses.

Students must complete the following 24 credit hours of core courses:

  • MGMT 1281 Introduction to Business Management
  • MGMT 2383 Micro Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 2384 Macro Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 3385 Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 3386 Industrial Relations
  • MGMT 4482 Staffing & Selection
  • MGMT 4485 Wage & Salary Administration
  • MGMT 4486 Training and Development

Students must also complete 24 credit hours (8 courses) from the following:

  • ACCT 2241 Introductory Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 2242 Introductory Managerial Accounting
  • CMLW 2201 Legal Aspects of Business - Part I
  • CISY 1225 Introduction to Computer Applications
  • COMM 2293 Communications
  • ECON 1201 Principles of Economics: Micro
  • ECON 1202 Principles of Economics: Macro
  • ECON 3340 Human Resource Economics
  • ECON 3341 Labour Economics
  • MGMT 3388 Business and Society
  • MGMT 3392 Occupational Health and Safety
  • MGMT 3480 Ethical Responsibilities of Organizations
  • MGMT 4481 Organization Theory: Structure Process, Analysis & Design
  • MGMT 4483 Management Skills I
  • MGMT 4488 International Business Management
  • MGMT 4493 Business-Government Relations in Canada
  • MGMT 4496 Collective Bargaining
  • MGMT 4497 Issues in Industrial Relations
  • MGMT 4499 Senior Management Perspectives
  • PSYC 3309 Human Factors and Performance
  • *PSYC 3399 Special Topics in Psychology
  • PSYC 4417 Interpersonal Relationships
  • PSYC 4425 Psychology of Organizational Development
  • PSYC 4441 Psychological Measurement
  • PSYC 4446 Seminar in Psychology

*Note: Course must be directly related to the field of Human Resource Management