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Human Resources Management

Program Overview

In today’s competitive business world, employment retention reaches far beyond the recruitment process. Individuals who specialize in Human Resources Management are essential to maintaining a healthy work environment, increasing retention, boosting performance and shaping the overall potential of a company.


A career in human resources management involves interacting with senior management involves interacting with senior management on a regular basis, pinpointing company goals and leading a team towards them.


One-year Graduate Certificate provides the knowledge base to confidently handle several human resources issues including: compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety and wellness benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration and training.


This in-depth program prepares graduate with knowledge of core HR concepts and solutions that can be transferred across industries and organizations. With course offerings that meet Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) of Ontario’s expectations, graduates are prepared with the skills to confidently align their team towards success.



Semester 1

   Human Resources Management in Canada

   Contemporary Organizational Behaviour

   Management Accounting for Human resources

   Staffing Organizations

   Strategic Compensation

   Labour and Employment Law


Semester 2

   Employee Health and Safety

   Training and Development

   Industry relations

   Alternative Dispute Resolution

   Pensions and Benefits

   Human Resources Strategy

   Advanced HRMS


At A Glance

Specializing in Human Resources Management can lead to a wide variety of career opportunities, in all areas of business, industry and employment environments. Here are just a few possibilities:

  • HR administrator

  • HR Generalist

  • HR Recruiter

  • Compensation Analyst

  • Trainer

  • Pensions and Benefits Administrator

  •  Occupational Health and Safety Officer




  • Fast track your career with a two-semester Graduate Certificate

  • An emphasis is placed on emerging human resources management trends such as managing diversity, alternative dispute resolution, pensions and benefits and human resources management systems

  • Eligibility to earn the CHRP designation granted by Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario (HRPAO) increases marketability

  • Extensive use of case studies, simulations and project-based learning helps prepare you for real workplace situations

  • Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) training using an SAP application

  • A continuous watch of current HR and technological trends helps you stay one step ahead

At A Glance

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