Bachelor of Commerce – Human Resources Management
Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Human Resources Management degree program focuses on applied professional human resources (HR) practices and solutions. Our program starts with a foundation of business studies in areas such as organizational behaviour, law, economics, finance and accounting, marketing, and operations management.
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,710 per semester|
|Location:||Lakeshore Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
Specialization courses will focus on HR, giving you practical skills through applied projects such as developing plans and strategies to address key issues in recruitment and selection, compensation, policy, and training and development. You will have the opportunity to develop processes from the idea stage through to execution, and you will learn from experienced professors and a network of industry professionals.
The Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Human Resources Management degree program is closely connected with the HR industry. You will have the opportunity to meet with a panel of the program’s advisory committee members to discuss career opportunities and to attend workshops and events on human resources-related topics.
- Ethics and Values
- Human Resources Management
- Customer Service
- Quantitative Methods for Business
- Financial Management
- Labour Economics
- Operations Management
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Competition for top talent is intense, so companies are putting significant effort into attracting and retaining HR talent. This means that demand continues to grow for qualified HR professionals across industries and sectors. Human resources departments in organizations of all sizes and in all sectors need trained professionals who understand business and have the ability to help recruit, train, compensate and retain employees.
With our degree, you’ll have the chance to pursue career opportunities in sectors as diverse as government, non-profit, manufacturing, hospitality, health care, financial services, education and more. You’ll be prepared for roles such as HR training co-ordinator, recruiter, compensation analyst, health and safety specialist, labour relations representative, benefits administrator and HR generalist.
A day as an HR professional could involve managing employee benefits and compensation, attending job fairs looking for new talent, helping resolve interpersonal conflict or advising in the hiring process. You could be called on to share your knowledge of employment law, labour relations, health and safety, or compensation as you help influence important business decisions.