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Business Administration - Human Resources Ontario College Advanced Diploma

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  • Objectives
    Our unique approach incorporates current trends in union/management relations, diversity and human rights. Develop expertise in all major areas of human resource management such as human planning, dispute resolution, occupational health and safety, employment training and development, payroll, compensation and benefits, and human resource management systems.
  • Practical experience
    There is an optional co-op aspect to this program.
  • Academic Title
    Business Administration - Human Resources Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    Semester 1 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    BUSN-110     Critical Business Practices         
    BUSN-119     Business Fundamentals         
    COMP-101     Intro to Microcomputer Appl. Software         
    COMM-160/161     College Communication 1 / (ESL)         
    MATH-106     Mathematics of Finance         
    Semester 2 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ACCT-112     Financial Accounting I         
    BUSN-129     Business Operations         
    COMP-121     Inter. Microcomputer Appl. Software         
    COMM-170/171     College Communication 2 / (ESL)         
    GNED-500     Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action         
    Semester 3 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    BUSN-333     Business Communications         
    INTL-220     International Business Concepts         
    ELECT     Elective         
    HRMT-301     Human Resource Management         
    MKTG-116/117     Principles of Marketing (ESL)         
    BUSN-210     Career Exploration         
    Semester 4 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    ELECT     Elective         
    BUSN-226     Business Analysis         
    HRMT-302     Recruitment and Selection         
    ECON-302     Economics for Business & Management         
    HRMT-312     Employee Training & Development         
    HRMT-318     Payroll         
    Semester 5 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    BUSN-350     Business Ethics         
    HRMT-307     Human Resource Planning         
    HRMT-308     Labour Relations         
    HRMT-309     Human Resource Management System         
    HRMT-310     Occupational Health and Safety         
    ELECT     Elective         
    Semester 6 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    HRMT-306     Employment Law         
    HRMT-311     Compensation and Benefits         
    BUSN-221     Organizational Behaviour         
    HRMT-317     Managerial Accounting for HRM         
    ELECT     Elective         
    JOBS-221     Job Search Skills         

    NOTE

    * Students will be placed in the appropriate English level based on skills assessment results. Students in two- or three-year programs must complete GNED-500 as part of their general education requirements.

    ** To qualify for work placement, you will need to complete employment pre-placement. The requirements are:
        o completion of eight out of 10 courses in semesters 1 & 2
        o a minimum C grade in ENGL-170/171
        o a GPA of 2.5 or greater.

    1. Students are strongly advised to complete GNED-147 Ethics in Business as one of their two General Educations.

    2. Students interested in pursuing a professional designation in payroll from the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) should consult the Centennial College Continuing Education calendar for information on required courses and designation requirements. In addition to regular college tuition, students are required to become members of the CPA and are responsible for a course fee payable directly to the Canadian Payroll Association.

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