Certificate (Cert.) Human Resources Management

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Courses & Workshops

Required Courses
CORG 440 Organizational Learning and Development . (3 credits)
Fall 2018
Review of major models of learning and development from a systemic point of view. Assessing and understanding the difference between training and development. Topics include: learning organizations, training issues, training programs, skills development, transfer of learning, planning, conceptualization, design, implementation and evaluation of training and career development programs.
CORG 445 Workforce Planning and Talent Acquisition. (3 credits)
Fall 2018
New trends and best practices in workforce planning and talent acquisition. Recruitment and selection will be covered from legal, theoretical, and practical perspectives. Topics covered include job analysis, competency-based profile, and employer branding. Staffing processes, metric indicators, and strategic sourcing will also be discussed.
CORG 450 Workplace Health and Safety. (3 credits)
Fall 2018
Basic components of effective health and safety policies, programs and current legislation (CSST, WHMIS, safety committees) focusing on proactive management to ensure employees have clearly defined accountabilities for accident prevention: hazardous materials, loss prevention, workers' compensation claims, employee assistance plans, work life quality, preventative health issues, and ergonomic standards.
INDR 294 Introduction to Labour-Management Relations. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
An introduction to labour-management relations, the structure, function and government of labour unions, labour legislation, the collective bargaining process, and the public interest in industrial relations.
MGCR 222 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour. (3 credits)
In-class, Part-time
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
Individual motivation and communication style; group dynamics as related to problem solving and decision making, leadership style, work structuring and the larger environment. Interdependence of individual, group and organization task and structure.
MGCR 423 Strategic Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019
An integrative and interdisciplinary introduction to strategy formation and execution. Concepts, tools, and practical application to understand how firms leverage resources and capabilities to gain competitive advantage in dynamic, contemporary industries. Strategic positioning, organizational design, and managerial action for the long-term success of businesses and positive social and ecological outcomes.
ORGB 421 Managing Organizational Change. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Organizational change theory and techniques are examined with an emphasis on techno-structural interventions such as Quality-of-Work-Life approaches. Through simulations and case-studies, the course explores initiatives in organizational change, primarily in contemporary Canadian organizations. It also includes opportunities for "hands-on" experience in work and organization redesign.
ORGB 423 Human Resources Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2018, Spring/Summer 2019
Issues involved in personnel administration. Topics include: human resource planning, job analysis, recruitment and selection, training and development, performance appraisal, organization development and change, issues in compensation and benefits, and labour-management relations.
ORGB 525 Compensation Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Compensation policies and practices, consistent with motivational theories, are examined. Topics include: design and evaluation of job evaluation systems, salary structures, and performance-based pay; compensation of special employee groups; and current pay equity laws. Projects and simulations provide "hands-on" experience in the use of compensation techniques.
Complementary Course
CGMG 282 Introduction to Business. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
A broad introduction to business based on the functional areas: accounting, finance, human resources management, industrial relations, marketing, production, and general management. For each area lectures introduce basic concepts, which students apply to cases that depict the complexity of decision-making in the business world.
INDR 494 Labour Law. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Introduction to the basic concepts of labour law relevant to the practice of industrial relations. Historical development of labour law in certain social and legal systems and the culmination in the legislative enactments and jurisprudence of Canadian jurisdictions and certain comparative foreign models.
MGPO 450 Ethics in Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
An examination of the economic, legal and ethical responsibilities of managers in both private and public organizations. Through readings, case studies, discussions and projects the class evaluates alternative ethical systems and norms of behaviour and draws conclusions as to the right, proper and just decisions and actions in the face of moral dilemmas. The focus of this course is on the decision process, values and consistency of values of the individual and on the impact of systems control and incentives on managerial morality.
ORGB 380 Cross Cultural Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Addresses dilemmas and opportunities that managers experience in international, multicultural environments. Development of conceptual knowledge and behavioural skills (e.g. bridging skills, communication, tolerance of ambiguity, cognitive complexity) relevant to the interaction of different cultures in business and organizational settings, using several methods including research, case studies and experiential learning.
ORGB 420 Managing Organizational Teams. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018
Theory, research, and applications. Principles of team processes and effectiveness in organizational settings, specifically the theoretical developments and empirical findings of group dynamics and team effectiveness, and practical strategies and skills for successful management of organizational teams.
Testimonial
"The small classroom setting is what makes the program so interesting. The majority of students have previous experience as professionals and it was very rewarding to share challenges and experiences."
Michel P.

Contacts

Maha Daoud
Career and Professional Development
+1 (514) 398-1030
+1 (514) 398-3108
688 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 3R1
Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.