Total Benefits Management Ontario College Graduate Certificate

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  • Objectives
    The "Total Benefits Management" program prepares graduates for career success in the total benefits sector of the financial services industry. It encompasses both group retirement plans and group benefits. The program is delivered in collaboration with CEBS, a partnership between the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEPB) and Dalhousie University. Graduates will gain a solid foundation in total benefits in a comparatively short period of time, buttressed with credentials that are recognized as the industry standard.
  • Academic Title
    Total Benefits Management Ontario College Graduate Certificate
  • Course description
    Students completing the Total Benefits Management program will be eligible to earn a designation in two distinct areas of specialization, group benefits (GBA) and group retirement (RPA), from Dalhousie University and the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans (IFEBP) subject to successfully completing the required professional exams and complying with its professional requirements.

    Semester 1 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    GBAC-401     Group Benefits        
    CMSC-401     Compensation Concepts and Principles        
    HRPD-402     Contemporary Organizational Behaviour        
    PMGT-401     Project Management Fundamentals        
    Semester 2 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    RPAC-401     Retirement Plans        
    CMSC-402     Strategic HRM and Total Compensation        
    ACCT-404     Personal Taxation        
    HRPD-415     Learning Lab        

    * GBAC 401 is equivalent to GBA 1 + GBA 2 + GBA 3 in the IFEBP Group Benefits Associate (GBA) designation; RPAC 401 is equivalent to RPA 1 + RPA 2 + RBA 3 in the IFEBP Retirement Plans Associate (RPA) designation

    1. Students successfully completing the program will receive a Graduate Certificate in Total Benefits Management. Qualifying for the GBA, RPA and/or CEBS credentials requires successful completion of the professional examinations and satisfying the principles of conduct and precertification standards.

    2. Additional fees are payable to the IFEBP to be eligible to write external exams to obtain the professionals designations. Registration and exam fees are payable directly to the IFEBP. Students enrolled full-time in the Total Benefits Management Program may be eligible for discounted exam fees.

    3. The dynamic curriculum presented here will be revised as appropriate to retain its currency. Internal curriculum review is ongoing.

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