Business Administration - Human Resources Management Advanced Standing Curriculum

Accepting Applications for September 2018

Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma ( 6 semesters )
Classes begin:
September 04, 2018
Offered at:
Sutherland Campus
Program code:
BHD
Tuition & Ancillary Fees:
Domestic:
$2,513.32 per semester*
International:
$8,161.39 per semester*
* Tuition and fees subject to change.

Courses and Descriptions

Semester 3

COMM 6
Units/ Hours: 45

In this course, you will learn how to plan, organize, illustrate, edit, and present written and oral material in both an informational and analytical style to businesses, service and technological industries, and government agencies.

Pre-Requisites
ORGB 24
Units/ Hours: 45

ACCT 72
Units/ Hours: 45

This purpose of this course is to introduce students to the preparation and use of accounting information. Generally Accepted Accounting Procedures (GAAP) will be used to record and report the financial transactions and operating results of a business.

ORGB 7
Units/ Hours: 45

This course is an introductory course to Management. The course will provide an overview of the functions and roles that managers perform; the current challenges that managers face, and the skills that are required to be a successful manager. Students will complete self assessments in order to become more aware of their managerial competencies. Through the use of facilitation, practical application, and case based problem solving, students will apply management theory to everyday management problems and challenges. This course is a blended learning course. Students will be expected to work independently utilizing the web to prepare for the face to face components of the course. This self-directed learning may include targeted readings, opinion polls, professional development assessments, problem solving situations and application of theory. On line and face-to-face learning is integrated in order to maximize the quality of the student's learning experience.

MGMT 15
Units/ Hours: 45

The main objective of this course is to introduce students to the broad and dynamic field of occupational health and safety and to develop an awareness of and appreciation for the value of these areas in terms of their contribution to effective cost control and improved productivity. The multiple dimensions of the technical, managerial, legislative, political, and personal aspects of safety are examined in detail. Occupational health cannot be separated from these issues because of the many overlapping requirements and because an employee's well-being must be the first consideration. Applied learning opportunities include applying Occupational Health and Safety legislation in various Industrial Establishments, completion of Ontario's Form 7 in response to a workplace accident, activities requiring students to recognize, assess and provide control recommendations of workplace hazards, developing strategies that focus on the psychological health of employees, review of workplace emergency planning procedures and an introduction to the content of WSIB's Workwell Audit. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: It is recommended that students have attained the learning outcomes of Communications I (COMM 201), Communications II (COMM 202) and Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7) before enrolling in this course.

MGMT 17
Units/ Hours: 45

Find and hire the best candidates for your organization. Gain the skills to handle all key aspects in the recruiting, interviewing, and selection process and their legalities, including initial applicant screening and reference checking. Key legislation pertaining to the staffing function, including employment equity concerns, will be studied in detail. Acquire hands-on abilities through analyzing case studies, developing recruitment campaigns for an actual job and participating in selection interview simulations. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: Communications II (COMM 202) and Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7) are recommended before taking this course.

Semester 4

MATH 46
Units/ Hours: 45

The understanding and application of basic statistical analysis to business related problems will be examined. The introduction of statistical measures, data collection and probability distributions will be brought together to perform statistical inference with confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and then simple linear regression. The calculation and interpretation of statistical measures will be learned within a format of class time practice, specific course assignments and use of the Excel computer spreadsheet.

Pre-Requisites
MGMT 8
Units/ Hours: 45

This course explores the essential elements of a human resources planning process in organizations. Students will analyze, assess, and develop human resources programs that meet the needs of organizational business plans and strategies. Quantitative, as well as qualitative concepts, approaches and techniques are emphasized. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: Prior to enrolment in this course, it is recommended that participants have attained the learning outcomes of Communicating at Work (COMM 148) and Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7).

MGMT 10
Units/ Hours: 45

This course involves in-depth study of the processes and practices used to manage human resources effectively in a union environment. Topics of study include the history of the Canadian labour movement, the certification process, legal rights and constraints, conciliation, the grievance process, arbitration, and contract administration. Participants will acquire hands-on skills in collective bargaining through a realistic and challenging simulation exercise. Additional applied learning opportunities include the perusal, collection, and presentation of web-based articles pertaining to labour relations issues in Canada and around the world; an examination of actual collective agreements; case study analyses which provide opportunities to examine the Ontario Labour Relations Act and its impact on employers and unions; and the exploration of the events that occur during contract negotiations, the course of a strike, and the grievance-arbitration process. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: Prior to enrolment in this course, it is recommended that participants have attained the learning outcomes of Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7), Communications I (COMM 201), and Negotiating Skills (ORGB 9).

COMP 103
Units/ Hours: 45

Through the use of business-related projects, this course builds on the common functions of file management, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and electronic presentations to enhance skills relevant to a business environment. The integration of these applications through sharing, embedding and linking data is a major component of this course.

MGMT 20
Units/ Hours: 45

This course provides an introduction to payroll practices and procedures. An overview of the payroll function, employment standards, earnings, taxable benefits, Canada Pension plans, employment insurance, net pay, severance pay and record of employments are presented. Other employer taxes and premiums will be introduced including workers compensation and provincial health tax. Students are also introduced to payroll journal entries, payroll registers and year-end reporting.

MGMT 18
Units/ Hours: 45

This course is based on the premise that people are the most valuable resource of the organization. One of the mandates of the Human Resources Department is to develop and administer policies, practices and procedures that will provide for the effective training and development of employees to ensure that the organization achieves its goals and objectives and that employees fulfill their maximum career potential. This course will provide participants with skills in the areas of assessing staff training needs, designing and administering staff training and development programs, as well as evaluating the effectiveness of such programs. Students will develop and deliver a training program which applies the principles of The Instructional Systems Design Model of Training and Development. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: Prior to enrolment in this course, it is recommended that participants have attained the learning outcomes of Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7) and Communications - Report Writing (COMM 6).

Semester 5

MGMT 159
Units/ Hours: 45

This course offers business students a basic understanding of how the activities of an organization are reflected in its financial statements. The student is then required to apply that basic understanding of concepts along with analytical techniques to reach financial decisions in an organization. Practical applications of financial concepts to the operation of an organization are emphasized. Topics covered include cash flows and the cash flow statement, working capital management, financial statement analysis, and the capital budgeting process. Project costing and evaluation and the concept of quality earnings will also be included in the topics covered.

Pre-Requisites
FLPL 144
Units/ Hours: 70

In order to graduate, learners enrolled in Fleming's Business Administration - Human Resources Management Advanced Diploma Program must complete two field placements (minimum of 70 hours each) or one field placement of at least 140 hours in duration. Placement is to be completed in a Human Resources, Industrial Relations or related environment. Activities can be project based and/or allow for participation in day to day operational tasks within an HR Department or related role. Placements may involve a block of time between semesters or weekly hours during the semester, timetable permitting. Students are not paid while on placement. Those enrolled in the Human Resources Management Diploma learn about legislation currently affecting the workplace and many of the functional areas involved in contemporary human resources/industrial relations departmental operations. Nine of the HRM specialization courses offered at Fleming have been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as credits toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Recommended Prior Learning: It is recommended that participants be enrolled in or have completed the learning outcomes of MGMT7 Human Resources Administration, MGMT15 Occupational Health & Safety, MGMT17 Recruitment & Selection and MGMT10 Industrial Relations at the time of participating in their first placement. Students MAY NOT commence placement prior to FLPL 144 being scheduled on their timetable.

MGMT 7
Units/ Hours: 45

This course is designed to provide an overview of key human resources activities and the related legislation affecting today's workplaces. Topics of study include the strategic role of HRM, legal compliance and valuing diversity, designing and analyzing jobs, human resources planning, recruitment, selection, orientation and training, performance appraisal, compensation, employee benefits & services, labour relations, and occupational health & safety. Participants will also have an opportunity to discuss legal compliance in the areas of human rights, pay/employment equity, employment standards, labour relations, and health & safety. Applied learning opportunities include case study analyses, identification of Human Rights Code violations in the recruitment process, completion of an environmental scan for the purpose of HR planning, development of a job description/specification, evaluation of employer branding techniques through a review of online job boards, critique of a performance appraisal scenario, web-based research pertaining to functional areas of HR, recommending best practices for employee onboarding and development of a wellness program proposal for an industry specific employer. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Prior to enrollment in this course, it is recommended that learners have attained the learning outcomes of Communications I (COMM201).

MKTG 14
Units/ Hours: 45

This is an introductory course in Marketing designed to provide an awareness and understanding of the role and function of marketing within an individual firm and throughout the total economy. The student is introduced to the principles and techniques of marketing and its various functional areas. The various marketing strategies utilized in product or service planning and development, pricing, distribution and promotion in response to the needs and wants identified in various markets are explored.

BUSN 18
Units/ Hours: 45

This course provides an introduction to the economic behaviour of consumers and firms in the marketplace. Microeconomics studies the way that individual markets work and how regulations and taxes affect trade, consumers, and producers.

BUSN 20
Units/ Hours: 45

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the functions of business operations. Students develop an understanding of the important factors and some of the analytical tools that can be used to improve productivity and customer service. Emphasis is placed on the cost benefit relationship.

Semester 6

BUSN 27
Units/ Hours: 45

Set yourself apart from the crowd. This course builds on students' existing knowledge of job search techniques. It focuses on the preparation of a personal resume, cover letter and career portfolio relevant to their field of study. Emphasis will be placed on interview and presentation skills appropriate for the workplace. Participants will complete this course confident in their ability to match their skills to the demands of the workplace.

MGMT 1
Units/ Hours: 45

Become familiar with how the right pay and benefits package can help a company attract and retain competent employees. Gain hands-on skills in program design and become familiar with administrative strategies to meet cost-performance expectations. Examine internal equity (alignment), external equity, employee contributions, the process of administration, employee benefits, government influence and legislative constraints, pay discrimination, compensation of special groups, and the union role in pay administration. Participate in a simulated activity that challenges students to complete a point-factor job evaluation exercise, conduct a salary / benefits survey and formulate a compensation strategy for identified positions. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Recommended Prior Learning: Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7)

FLPL 145
Units/ Hours: 70

In order to graduate, learners enrolled in Fleming's Business Administration - Human Resources Management Advanced Diploma Program must complete two field placements (minimum of 70 hours each) or one field placement of at least 140 hours in duration. Placement is to be completed in a Human Resources, Industrial Relations or related environment. Activities can be project based and/or allow for participation in day to day operational tasks within an HR Department or related role. Placements may involve a block of time between semesters or weekly hours during the semester, timetable permitting. Students are not paid while on placement. Those enrolled in the Human Resources Management Diploma learn about legislation currently affecting the workplace and many of the functional areas involved in contemporary human resources/industrial relations departmental operations. Nine of the HRM specialization courses offered at Fleming have been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as credits toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Recommended Prior Learning: It is recommended that participants be enrolled in or have completed the learning outcomes of the nine HRM specialization courses at the time of participating in this placement which is scheduled in semester six.

ACCT 11
Units/ Hours: 45

Accounting, the financial information system of an organization, serves to summarize many of the organization's plans and the results of its operations. Many human resources management decisions are important inputs into those plans and results. It is therefore necessary for human resources managers to understand the measurement bases and reporting methodology used in accounting. In addition, they require an understanding of basic accounting principles and techniques, because the management of the human resources function itself has an accounting dimension. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent.

BUSN 13
Units/ Hours: 45

Macroeconomics is the study of the overall performance of the economy. Fluctuations in the level of national output, incomes, prices and employment are analyzed along with government policies to control these fluctuations.

ORGB 9
Units/ Hours: 45

Students will learn practical negotiation skills and process theories that can be successfully applied to life and workplace situations such as getting a job, getting a raise, buying and selling a car and resolving disputes.

BUSN 21
Units/ Hours: 45

Human resources specialists need a basic understanding of organization theory, both to assess the likely impact of human resources policies and practices, and to understand how the process of human resources management meshes with the broader management function. Organizational theory is concerned with understanding, explaining, and predicting how to best structure an organization to fulfill its goals. Since human resources considerations are an essential element of every structural decision, the subject involves an in-depth study of people from two perspectives: 'micro' - as individuals or small groups, and 'macro' - focusing on the whole organization or major units thereof. Topics of study include individual behaviour and motivation, applied motivation practices, perception and personalities, work attitudes and values, decision making, team processes, power and politics, conflict and negotiation, leadership, organizational change and development, organizational culture, and organizational structure and design. Note: This course has been approved by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) as a credit toward the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. To qualify to write the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam, it is necessary to attain an overall average of 70 percent in the nine subject areas covered, with no grade of less than 65 percent. Note: Prior to enrolment in this course, it is recommended that participants have attained the learning outcomes of Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7). It is recommended that this course be taken concurrently with or following Communications - Report Writing (COMM 6).