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Human Resource Management (BHRM)
|The Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM) program is the largest of its kind in Canada and one of the largest internationally with approximately 1000 students. Our dynamic program responds to a growing demand for quality HR professionals. You will acquire specialized training and education in all aspects of HR management.|
Our interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning enables you to develop the research, analytical and management skills that will help you to become a successful professional, able to deal effectively with a variety of organizational situations. In addition, the program highlights the importance of a global perspective on HRM.
|Why choose this program?|
|Get detailed information on degree and program requirements to enter and graduate from this program.|
(This information is to be used in conjunction with the University undergraduate calendar, which in all cases is the final authority).
|This program can be completed part-time by taking courses at night, during the day, on the weekends and some courses maybe completed online. Please refer to the Search for Courses website for the actual course delivery formats and scheduling options.|
|Careers:||HRM Associate, Internal HRM Consultant, Compensation Analyst, Corporate Trainer, Recruitment and Selection Officer, HRM Policy Designer|
|Sample Courses:||Employment Equity and Diversity; Human Resources Planning; International Human Resource Management; Training and Development; Organizational Development; Negotiation for HRM; Executive Coaching|
|Offered by:||School of Human Resource Management|
|Contact:||For more information, contact the School of Human Resource Management at 416-736-5806. |
|Student Clubs/Associations:||Strategic Human Resource Professionals|
|Human Resource Students Association|
| Learn more about the BHRM program from Professor Marie-Hélène Budworth.|
|Alumnus Kashif Raza|
“I was able to apply what I learned in the classroom to real life challenges through work and volunteer opportunities―thus helping me build a solid foundation for my career.”
|Professor Mary Jo Ducharme|
“Our HR classrooms are an inspiring place to be. We have students with a variety of professional and academic backgrounds who support each other and form a learning community that is stimulating and encouraging."
|Alumnus Alex Chalmers|
"The professors are incredibly knowledgeable in cutting-edge HR research and practices. I found the program interesting, challenging and very relevant for future and current HR professionals. I highly recommend this program to anyone looking to develop their business or HR skills."
|Other Undergraduate Programs & Certificates you may be interested in|
|Human Resources Management (BAS Stream)|
|Graduate Programs you may be interested in|
|Human Resource Management (MHRM & PhD)|
|Find out how to apply.|