In recent years, organizations have increasingly begun to appreciate the strategic importance of adopting a systematic approach to human resource management (HRM). The purpose of this program is to provide an in-depth knowledge of the three HRM functions that have become most critical in organizations: personnel management, industrial relations and organizational behaviour. This program emphasizes both practical and conceptual skills, to enable students to work in all areas of HRM in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors.
Graduates of this program are well-positioned to succeed in the competitive HR labour market, as the majority of our courses have been accredited by the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario (HRPAO). Thus, students who successfully complete the HRM program not only receive a BCom with specialized training in HRM, but also fulfill the academic requirements for Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation.
This program is offered in English and in French.
Co-operative education is available with this program.
The French immersion stream is available with this program.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2015-2016 calendars for the previous requirements.
Please note that all of the following HR courses have been accredited by the HRPAO as contributing academic units toward the CHRP designation.
|ADM 1300||Introduction to Business Management||3 Units|
|ADM 1301||Social Context of Business||3 Units|
|ADM 1340||Financial Accounting||3 Units|
|ADM 1370||Applications of Information Technology for Business||3 Units|
|ECO 1102||Introduction to Macroeconomics||3 Units|
|ECO 1104||Introduction to Microeconomics||3 Units|
|ENG 1131||Effective Business English||3 Units|
|MAT 1300||Mathematical Methods I||3 Units|
|MAT 1302||Mathematical Methods II||3 Units|
|3 course units from:||3 Units|
|Reasoning and Critical Thinking|
|Philosophy: Ideas and Arguments|
|ADM 2302||Business Analytics||3 Units|
|ADM 2303||Statistics for Management||3 Units|
|ADM 2304||Applications of Statistical Methods in Business||3 Units|
|ADM 2313||The Entrepreneurial Society||3 Units|
|ADM 2320||Marketing||3 Units|
|ADM 2336||Organizational Behaviour||3 Units|
|ADM 2337||Human Resource Management||3 Units|
|ADM 2341||Managerial Accounting||3 Units|
|ADM 2350||Financial Management||3 Units|
|ADM 2372||Management Information Systems||3 Units|
|ADM 2381||Business Communication Skills||3 Units|
|PHI 2397||Business Ethics||3 Units|
|ADM 3301||Operations Management||3 Units|
|ADM 3313||New Venture Creation||3 Units|
|ADM 3318||International Business||3 Units|
|ADM 3333||Staffing Organizations||3 Units|
|ADM 3334||Industrial Relations||3 Units|
|ADM 3337||Compensation Administration||3 Units|
|SOC 3116||Technologies, World and Societies||3 Units|
|ADM 4311||Strategic Management||3 Units|
|ADM 4315||Strategic Entrepreneurship||3 Units|
|ADM 4316||Management of Innovation||3 Units|
|ADM 4336||Occupational Health and Safety||3 Units|
|ADM 4338||International Training and Development for Sustainability||3 Units|
|ADM 4339||Strategic Human Resources Planning||3 Units|
|3 optional course units in administration (ADM)||3 Units|
|12 course units from another faculty 1||12 Units|
At most 6 course units can be at the 1000 level.