All graduate level HRM courses are offered in online distance format utilizing discussion boards and other interactive techniques. All courses have full-time Instructor support.
Graduate courses include:
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma students must also demonstrate competence in the topics covered in:
Please see the list of Certificate courses for details. Competence in these subjects can be demonstrated in one of three ways:
Note that these undergraduate courses are not prerequisites for admission to the graduate HRM program; they are only a prerequisite to graduation with the Diploma. Thus, students may take the undergraduate courses while enrolled in the graduate-level core courses.
All HRM graduate courses (except the practicum- HERM 691 and HERM 512) are delivered by grouped-study mode for the September and January semesters, while all undergraduate foundational courses are offered in an individualized-study format.
Registration requests must be received by the CIS Office at least one month prior to the requested start date. Note that all graduate courses have limited enrolments.
Undergraduate courses begin the first day of every month, on a year-round basis. Registration requests must be received by the CIS Office at least one month prior to the requested start date.
Students are expected to use computer-mediated communications for:
No discounts on registration fees are available for course re-registrations.
In order to carry forward any completed coursework, you must first obtain written approval from the course professor/course coordinator. Approval to carry forward completed coursework is at the discretion of the course professor/coordinator. To carry the results forward, you must re-register in the course within one year from the course contract end date of your original registration.
The maximum number of courses a program student may take is two at a time. Taking more than two courses at a time would require special approval. Be sure to review the course extensions and course withdrawals policies.
Updated November 14 2017 by Student & Academic Services