Human Resource Management. Post-Degree Certificate Program 2008/09 Application and Information

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1 Human Resource Management Post-Degree Certificate Program

2 Human Resource Management TABLE OF CONTENTS The application form is a centrefold tear-out Contact Us 2 Where to Submit Applications 2 Certificate in Human Resource Management 3 Application Information 3 Admission Requirements 3 English Facility Requirements 4 Application & Document Deadlines 5 Transfer Credits 5 Fees & Financial Assistance 6 Program Requirements 6 Calendar & Registration Material 6 Enrolment & Program Limitations 6 Course Load 7 Course Codes 7 Preliminary Sessional Dates 7 Course Exclusions, Pre- or Co-requisites and Recommended Preparation 8 MGT and RSM Courses 8 Course Descriptions 8 Frequently Asked Questions 12 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o 1

3 Human Resource Management CONTACT US CHRM Program Office, Room 236 Woodsworth College 119 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A9 Telephone: Website: Telephone Hours: Reception Office Hours: Monday Wednesday 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (4:30 p.m. in July and August) Monday Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (4:30 p.m. in July and August) Friday 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. WHERE TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS Office of the Registrar, Room 220 Woodsworth College 119 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A9 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Tuesday Friday 10 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 10 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 10 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Via fax: (only if paying the application fee by VISA) 22 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

4 CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (CHRM) The Certificate in Human Resource Management is designed for students who have completed undergraduate degrees in subjects other than human resource management or related programs such as Employment/Industrial Relations who now wish to study courses in this field to meet professional needs, prepare for advanced studies or simply to broaden their academic experience. The CHRM program is designed to be completed on a part-time basis and the level of instruction is undergraduate. The program consists of five full course equivalents and there is no time limit for completion of the program. Human Resource Management is an interdisciplinary field which offers students the opportunity to study the employment relationship in a Canadian context. The program allows students to examine the nature of the institutions involved in the employment relationship and the practices and procedures governing that relationship. The program provides students with a theoretical background and knowledge of current developments in the labour and management fields that will serve as a basis for careers in employment relations and human resource management or for further training at the graduate level. Application Information University policies on access to student records and personal privacy allow us to speak only with the applicant unless we have written permission to discuss the application with someone else. Admission Requirements The Certificate Program in Human Resource Management is a limited enrolment program and the qualifications listed below are considered acceptable for admission consideration, although possession of these minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance. We will consider applications from Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents but are unable to consider applications from International (VISA) students. A completed three-year undergraduate degree from a recognized university in a field other than HRM or related fields, with an acceptable cumulative grade point average (70%+), is the minimum required for admission consideration to the Certificate Program in Human Resource Management. Students whose academic background overlaps significantly with this program or who have studied Human Resource Management (or related areas such as Employment/ Industrial Relations) at a graduate level are not eligible to apply to this undergraduate level certificate program. Students who do not hold degrees can apply for admission consideration to the Faculty of Arts and Science and request enrolment in the Employment Relations undergraduate degree program. All of the courses described in this brochure are contained in the Employment Relations degree program. In addition, other post-secondary educational institutions in the Greater Toronto Area offer courses in this field. 3

5 Human Resource Management English Facility Requirements In addition to satisfying the published academic requirements, candidates whose first language is not English and who have not studied full-time in an English language school system (an English language school system is one which is located in a country where the first language is English) for at least four years will be required to present proof of English facility by achieving an acceptable score on a recognized test of English Facility. There are no exceptions to the English facility requirements. Acceptable Tests and Required Scores TOEFL (www.toefl.org) We accept only test scores sent electronically from TOEFL Internet-based Test: Minimum Requirement total score of on Writing section Computer-based Test: Minimum Requirement total score of on Essay Paper-based Test: Minimum Requirement total score of on TWE Discretionary Range total score of on Writing section Discretionary Range total score of on Essay Discretionary Range total score of on TWE Those who present the paper-based TOEFL must ensure that the Test of Written English (TWE) is also available on their test date. If an applicant scores in the discretionary range indicated above, and is otherwise well qualified for admission, we will automatically consider other academic evidence of English proficiency (for example, results in English courses) and we will advise the applicant whether our English facility requirements have been satisfied. It is not necessary to request this special consideration. Letters of reference will NOT be used for this purpose. The TOEFL institution code for undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto is You must list this code correctly on the TOEFL forms, or we will not receive your result. We receive your result electronically from TOEFL. We do not use paper results. English Language Diagnosis and Assessment/Certificate of Proficiency in English (ELDA/COPE) (www.copetest.com) The minimum requirement is an overall score of 86, with 32 in Writing and 22 in each Reading and Listening. If you score 80-85, with in Writing and in each of Reading and Listening, and you are otherwise well-qualified for admission, we will automatically consider other academic evidence of English proficiency (for example, results in English courses) and we will advise you whether our English facility requirements have been satisfied. It is not necessary to request this special consideration. Letters of reference will NOT be used for this purpose. Currently available in Toronto only. For tests taken before January 2008 the minimum requirement is an overall score of 5, and 2 in Writing, and 1 or 2 in Reading and Listening sections. 42 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

6 International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Module (www.ielts.org) The minimum requirement is an overall band of 6.5, with no band below 6.0. Additional Tests/Qualifications Please visit for a complete list of acceptable tests/qualifications. Application & Document Deadlines March 31 Summer Session (classes begin May 12) June 13 Fall and Winter Sessions (classes begin September 8) You are advised to apply by the deadline as we may not be able to consider late applications. There is no admission of new students to the Winter Term, which begins in January. Summer applicants interested in registering in upper-level management (RSM) courses should note that space in these courses is limited, so you must apply as early as possible. A complete application consists of an application form, the $80.00 non-refundable service fee, official transcripts of your previous academic studies and, if required, acceptable proof of English facility and/or proof of name change. An official transcript is one that is forwarded to the Program Office directly from the issuing institution. It usually takes a minimum of three weeks for us to receive official transcripts. It is your responsibility to ensure that all required documents are received by the deadline. Applicants who have completed their studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto are not required to submit transcripts provided section 15 of the application has been signed. Please have official transcripts sent to: Program Office, Room 236 Woodsworth College 119 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A9 Transfer Credits If you believe you have taken undergraduate university credit courses similar to those offered in our program, you may request up to two full-course equivalents (2.0) in transfer credits. No more than one (1.0) full course equivalent may be issued for courses listed under Group B (see Program Requirements on the following page). Detailed course descriptions along with official transcripts must be provided. Requests for transfer credits are processed only after the student has been admitted to the program. Students are notified in writing of the transfer credits to which they are entitled as soon as possible. We do not offer a transfer credit evaluation service prior to being admitted to the program. Some factors taken into consideration during the transfer credit assessment are: content and credit weight of the course; level and type of instruction; academic structure and grading system used by the accredited university and grade achieved in the course (normally a minimum passing grade of 60% is required). 5

7 Human Resource Management Fees & Financial Assistance The domestic fee for taking one full-credit course (1.0) in the session was approximately $ Each additional full course in the same session cost approximately $ Tuition fees are subject to change from year to year. Total cost (tuition fees only for 5.0 courses) was approximately $ For information about the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) please contact Admissions and Awards at 315 Bloor Street West, Program Requirements A Certificate in Human Resource Management will be awarded upon successful completion of five (5.0) full course equivalents with a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of Students are expected to meet all prerequisite requirements and may register only in courses which are part of the Certificate in Human Resource Management, as outlined below. Students may complete a maximum of 5.0 full course equivalents from group A OR 4.0 full course equivalents from Group A and no more than one (1.0) full course equivalent from Group B. Group A WDW244H1 Labour Relations WDW260H1 Organizational Behaviour WDW346H1 Human Resource Planning WDW347H1 Training and Development WDW348H1 Recruitment & Selection WDW367H1 Compensation Group B ECO100Y1 ECO105Y1 HIS313H1 SOC101Y1 SOC207Y1 Introduction to Economics Principles of Economics Canadian Labour and the Left Introduction to Sociology Soc of Work & Occupations WDW378H1 Employment Health WDW430Y1 Employment Law ECO239Y1 Labour Markets and Policies MGT201H1 Intro. to Financial Accounting RSM222H1 Management Accounting I RSM460H1 Human Resource Management SOC317Y1 SOC370Y1 STA220H1 STA221H1 Industrial Sociology Sociology of Labour The Practice of Statistics I The Practice of Statistics II Calendar & Registration Material The Calendar contains the rules and regulations of the University along with more detailed information about the program. If you are admitted, the 2008 calendar and registration material will be forwarded to you. In the meantime, you may view the 2007 Calendar available on the Woodsworth College web site. The 2008 Preliminary Summer timetable is posted on the web in March. The Fall/Winter timetable is posted in June. Enrolment & Program Limitations Students enrolled in the Certificate in Human Resource Management may not enrol in nonprogram courses or other programs or faculties at the University of Toronto in the same academic session. The courses offered in this Program are from the Faculty of Arts and Science and may be available during the day or evening in the Summer and the Fall/Winter Sessions. All courses are not offered every session. The Program Office and the Faculty of Arts and Science reserve 62 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

8 the right to limit enrolment in this program and courses, and to withdraw courses for which enrolment or resources are insufficient. Students may choose courses at times most convenient to them. If you have taken the prerequisite course(s) at an institution other than the Faculty of Arts and Science on the St. George Campus at the University of Toronto, it is your responsibility to have your transcripts forwarded to the appropriate department. Prerequisites will not be waived. Course Load The CHRM program is designed to be completed on a part-time basis. In the Summer Session students may enroll in a maximum of two 2.0 full course equivalents. Part-time study in the Fall/Winter Session is a maximum of 3.5 full course equivalents. Those who wish to enroll in a full time course load in the Fall/Winter Session ( full course equivalents) will be charged full time incidental/ancillary fees. Full-time registration may not be possible due to course scheduling and prerequisite requirements. Students should attempt to have a course load balanced between the two terms of any session. Course Codes Examples: WDW260H = A second year level course sponsored by Woodsworth College with a credit weight of 0.5 WDW430Y = A fourth year level course sponsored by Woodsworth College with a credit weight of 1.0 The first 3 letters denote the department or college sponsoring the course The first number denotes the level of instruction (1 = first year, 2 = second year etc.) The H or Y denotes the credit value: H = 0.5 Credit, Y = 1.0 Credit H courses may be offered in the fall (September-December) or winter session (January-April). Y courses start in September and end in April, or start in May and end in August. Note: This brochure only lists the credit weight of each course. The timetable will specify when the course is offered. Preliminary Sessional Dates Session Credit Course Classes Classes Examination Value Registration Begin End** Period Begins* Summer mid-april May 12 June 20 June mid-april July 2 August 8 August mid-april May 12 August 8 August Fall mid-july Sept. 8 Dec. 5 Dec Fall/Winter mid-july Sept. 8 April 10 April 20 May 8 Winter mid-july January 5 April 10 April 20 May 8 *Registration dates differ from the deadlines to apply for admission to the Program! See page 5 for deadlines. **All final examinations are held after classes end. 7

9 Human Resource Management Course Exclusions, Pre- or Co-requisites and Recommended Preparation Exclusion: Students may not enrol in a course if it is listed as an exclusion in a course they are currently taking or a course they have already passed. Prerequisite: A course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to another course. If students consider that they have equivalent preparation, they may ask the Department concerned to waive the stated prerequisite. Co-requisite: A requirement to be undertaken concurrently with another course. The corequisite will be waived if a student has previously obtained standing in it, or if the Department consents. Recommended Preparation: Background material or courses that may enhance a student's understanding of a course. MGT and RSM courses Space in MGT and RSM courses is limited. Students admitted to the Certificate are advised to register as early as possible. If you register for a course without having the necessary prerequisite courses and/or marks, you will automatically be withdrawn from the course. MGT201H is offered in the Summer Session and in the Winter Session (January to April), but not in the Fall Session. Course Descriptions The following descriptions represent the information available at the time of publication. Refer to the Calendar and the Timetable and Instructions booklet for the academic year for up-to-date information. When considering prerequisites, co-requisites and exclusions, note that the comma (,) the semi-colon (;) the ampersand (&) or the plus sign (+) mean AND; the solidus symbol (/) means OR. The suffix "Y" on a course code = full-course, for which one credit is given. The suffix "H" = half-course, for which one half-credit is given. The numbers listed at the end of each course title represent the lecture (L) and, if applicable, tutorial (T) hours for that particular course. ECO100Y1 Introduction to Economics 52L, 26T An introduction to economic analysis and its applications: price determination; the role of competition; international trade and finance; the theory of production and employment; the role of money and the banking system; monetary and fiscal policy. NOTE graphical and quantitative analysis are used extensively. Exclusion: ECO105Y Recommended preparation: MCB4U, MGA4U/MDM4U or equivalent secondary school mathematics credits ECO105YI Principles of Economics for Non-Specialists 52L, 26T An introduction to the principles and methods of economics in association with policy issues. Lectures cover 24 topics, including economic growth, the importance of productivity, international trade, competitive markets, macroeconomic issues and more specific topics such as rent controls, OPEC, the international debt crisis, trade restrictions, the national debt and sustainable development. 82 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

10 Exclusion: ECO100Y ECO239Y1 Labour Markets and Policies 52L, 26T Application of economic analysis to current issues in labour policy: immigration, retirement, education, unemployment, earnings differentials, employment and pay equity, labour unions, minimum wage, income policies. Exclusion: ECO339Y Prerequisite: ECO100Y (67%)/ECO105Y (80%) HIS313H1 Canadian Labour and the Left 26L Canadian labour history from political action to collective bargaining in the period from Confederation to the present. Exclusion: HIS313Y1 Prerequisite: ECO244Y/HIS262Y/263Y/WDW244H1/Y1 MGT201H1 Introduction to Financial Accounting 26L Introduction to financial reporting and analysis that is used by companies to organize and evaluate data in light of their organization's goal. Emphasis is on decision-making and interpretation of financial statements and how they can be used to plan a firm's overall business activities through the use of real-world companies. Exclusion: MGT120H1 RSM222H1 Management Accounting I 26L, 26T Covers the conceptual and analytical foundations of management accounting and the applications of cost accounting information. Costing and control concepts are analyzed to equip students with tools for establishing costing systems, making business decisions, and evaluating management performance. Materials are designed to help students understand strategic cost management principles. Exclusion: MGT223H1 Prerequisite: MGT201H1 RSM460H1 Human Resource Management 26L Human resource management is studied from the perspective of the manager/practitioner. The course focuses on current theory and practices in the major functions of human resource management. Class exercises and projects are used to provide students with some practical HR experience. Exclusion: MGT460H1 Prerequisite: MGT262H/362H/363H/RSM360H1/WDW260H/WDW260Y SOC101Y1 Introduction to Sociology 52L, 26T The basic principles and methods of sociology applied to the study of human societies; social sources of differing values and conceptions of reality, and the influences of these on the behaviour of individuals, patterns of relations among groups, and social stability and change. SOC207Y1 Sociology of Work & Occupations 52L The nature and meaning of work in relation to changes in the position of the professions, unions and government, of women and minority groups, and in industrial societies more generally. Career choice and strategies, occupational mobility, and individual satisfaction 9

11 Human Resource Management at work. Prerequisite: SOC101Y SOC317Y1 Industrial Sociology 52L Labour/management relations in industrial societies; impact of technological change on work organizations and labour markets; implications for understanding various topics including social mobility, labour market segmentation, job satisfaction, work/family relations, immigration and race, power in organizations, union and industrial conflict, organizational culture, and the social control of industry. Prerequisite: A 200+ level SOC course SOC370Y1 Sociology of Labour 78L The role and development of labour and the labour movement in Canada, its differential success in various industries and regions, and its impact on other aspects of society. Prerequisite: A 200+ level SOC course STA220H1 The Practice of Statistics I 39L, 13T An introductory course in statistical concepts and methods, emphasizing exploratory data analysis for univariate and bivariate data, sampling and experimental designs, basic probability models, estimation and tests of hypothesis in one-sample and comparative twosample studies. A statistical computing package is used but no prior computing experience is assumed. Exclusion: ECO220Y1/ECO227Y1/GGR270H1/PSY201H1/SOC300Y1/STA250H1/STA261H1/ STA248H1 Prerequisite: Grade 12 Mathematics and one University course in the physical, social, or life sciences STA221H1 The Practice of Statistics II 39L, 13T Continuation of STA220H1, emphasizing major methods of data analysis such as analysis of variance for one factor and multiple factor designs, regression models, categorical and non-parametric methods. Exclusion: ECO220Y1/ECO227Y1/GGR270Y1/PSY202H1/SOC300Y1/STA261H1/STA250H1/STA248H1 Prerequisite: STA220H1 WDW244H1 Labour Relations 39L Introduction to the institutions, issues and legislation affecting the employment relationship in the public and private sectors in Canada, with emphasis on collective bargaining. The economic and political environment, history of the labour movement, union organization, certification, contract negotiation, strikes, dispute resolution, contract administration and grievances. Exclusion: ECO244Y, WDW244Y WDW260H1 Organizational Behaviour 39L Introduction to the nature of organizations and the behaviour of individuals and groups within organizations, including such topics as culture and diversity, reward systems, motivation, leadership, politics, communication, decision-making, conflict and group processes. Exclusion: MGT262H, RSM260H, WDW260Y 102 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

12 WDW346H1 Human Resource Planning 39L An understanding is developed of how essential elements of the human resource planning process support organizational goals and strategies. Topics such as environmental influences, job analysis, forecasting human resource needs and ascertaining supply, succession planning, downsizing and restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, and strategic international issues are examined. Prerequisite: WDW260H1 WDW347H1 Training and Development 39L The role of training and development initiatives in organizations. Students acquire the knowledge and skills to conduct a training needs assessment, identify training objectives, and effect the transfer of training. An examination of training methodologies, the design and delivery of staff training and development programs, and an evaluation of their effectiveness. Prerequisite: WDW260H1 WDW348H1 Recruitment and Selection 39L The principles, legal issues, and emerging trends affecting the recruitment process and selection of staff in organizations. Development of recruitment strategies, assessment of applications for employment, interviewing candidates, and the role of testing and measurement of competencies in making hiring decisions. Prerequisite: WDW260H1 WDW367H1 Compensation 39L The theory and process of developing and administering compensation systems. Through the core compensation principles of efficiency, equity, consistency and competitiveness we consider such topics as: job analysis, job evaluation, pay levels and structures, pay for performance, benefits, and compensating special groups of workers. Exclusion: HRM202H Prerequisite: WDW260H/WDW260Y/MGT262H/RSM260H WDW378H1 Employment Health 39L The influence of legislation, the labour market and collective bargaining on health policies and programs in the workplace. The rights and responsibilities of employers, employees, unions and governments for the regulation and promotion of workplace health and safety; and the implications of evolving demographic, economic, and social factors. Prerequisite: ECO244Y/WDW244H/244Y and WDW260H/WDW260Y WDW430Y1 Employment Law 52L The major legal structures which regulate the employment relationship in the public and private sectors: the common law of contract (master/servant law), legislation governing collective bargaining, the primary statutes (Employment Standards Act, Labour Relations Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, and the Human Rights Code). Prerequisite: Thirteen full undergraduate credits, including WDW244H1 and WDW260H1. 11

13 Human Resource Management Frequently Asked Questions For what careers might CHRM prepare me? Students who wish to pursue careers in areas such as human resources, industrial relations, the public service, or to become professional union staff will find this program to be a useful preparation. An overview of local possibilities is provided in a Guide to Professional and Graduate Programs in Ontario by Dyanne Gibson, University of Toronto Press. Prospective law or MBA students might also wish to consult the most recent editions of A Guide to Law Schools in Canada and A Guide to MBA Programs in Canada both by Catherine Purcell, ECW Press. CHRM students have access to the Career Centre. The Centre offers career counselling and employment services to currently enrolled students and recent graduates through either workshops or individual appointments. Job search seminars are held regularly. The Career Resource Library is a valuable resource in the formulation of career plans and in the search for employment. Is there a co-op option in CHRM? A co-op option is not available in this program. Students interested in completing a co-op program are advised to investigate certificate programs offered at other post-secondary educational institutions in the Greater Toronto Area. Students who are admitted to the CHRM program have access to the Career Centre's counselling and employment services. Can CHRM lead to a professional qualification? Some courses in the program are applicable to the program of studies leading to the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) awarded by the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario. For information please contact HRPAO Member Services directly at or Is there a graduate program in Employment Relations at UofT? The Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources offers both a Masters degree and a Ph.D. degree in Industrial Relations and Human Resources. For information, please visit the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources web site at 122 W o o d s w o r t h C o l l e g e U n i v e r s i t y o f T o r o n t o

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