The Human Resources (HR) field is broad and relates to all business functions that help an organization deliver value through its employees. Companies and organizations look to HR professionals to help them effectively manage talent and achieve success. Functions in HR include recruitment and selection, performance management, strategy, health and safety, compensation, and industrial relations.
This program provides discipline-specific knowledge and skills at an advanced level. Our goal is to teach our students not just the how, but also the why of HR practice. The innovative curriculum meets and exceeds all coursework requirements for the CHRP designation and prepares students for a wide range of careers in the field. Students are taught by world-renowned organizational behaviour and human resources experts who provide relevant theoretical and practical knowledge.
By completing this Specialist Program in Management and Human Resources, students cover the nine required CHRP courses. Sample courses in Human Resources include:
For a full list of required courses to complete a Specialist in Management and Human Resources, please refer to the Academic Calendar
U of T Scarborough’s BBA degree specializing in Management and Human Resources allows students to gain experience by applying the latest management and human resources theories to real-world problems both inside and outside the classroom. Sample roles of work-term students and recent graduates include:
U of T Scarborough Management and Human Resources students secure co-op and full-time roles with successful companies such as:
More career options: Program Tipsheet
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