|Faculty:||DAN Management & Organizational Studies
|Field of Study:||Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
|Description:||People are at the heart of every business, at the centre of every product made and every service delivered. Based on social psychology and sociology principles, Human Resource Management will help you figure out why people in organizations behave the way they do, as individuals and in groups. If you're a good listener and a tactical problem solver, you want to work with complex and often delicate interpersonal situations, and you want to work in a rapidly changing environment where you might play a role in setting up the rules, then HR might be the path for you.
You can complete this program as a Bachelor or an Honours Bachelor degree. Registration in the honours degree usually begins in the second year, but admission may be gained in the third or fourth year provided you meet requirements.
As a student in DAN Management & Organizational studies, you'll also have the opportunity to apply to the DAN Management Internship Program. This program facilitates paid and career-related placements so you can work full-time for 8 to 16 months, following the third year of study. As with a traditional co-op degree, your graduation will be delayed by one year while you acquire marketable skills and work experience. Internship placement opportunities are available in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors - so don't miss out! Click here for more information.