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Canadian Virtual University - HR Professional Development Online
ONLINE DEGREES IN Human ResourceS
This degree will prepare you to become an effective manager and leader in any organization. Completing this concentration will help you earn the Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation, reflecting the rising level of professionalism in the field.
This degree is an integrated, multidisciplinary program that examines employment relations within their social, legal, political, and economic contexts. It will be of interest to trade unionists, managers, human resource specialists, and individuals interested in better understanding the employment relations of their own workplace.
Human Resources: recruitment and selection, job analysis, compensation and benefits, evaluation and performance appraisal, training and development, discipline and termination, and learning. Labour Relations: negotiations, contract interpretation and grievance handling, grievance and rights arbitration, and employment and labour law.
Learn essential concepts and skills that have an impact on human resource management roles. Gain skills that correspond to the eight functional areas identified as National Standards of Practice, as defined by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations.
This program provides a sophisticated yet practical approach to the personnel and decision-making skills required by today's managers. Students should be currently working in or preparing for a supervisory, leadership, or management position.
Designed for graduates of recognized degrees in fields other than business or commerce, this program provides students with the conceptual, people management, and decision-making tools necessary for successful career progression or transition into management.
Designed for graduates of recognized degrees in fields other than business or commerce, this diploma program provides students with the conceptual, people management, and decision-making tools often needed for successful career progression or transition into management or specialist fields such as accounting or human resources.
The MBA curriculum concentrates on key areas that make a difference to organizational performance. It requires you to apply your coursework to your work in your own organization—leading to immediate workplace impacts and extremely high absorption and retention of knowledge.
The curriculum examines human rights, administrative and contract law, financial management and planning, human resource management and conflict resolution.