FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS BUHRF-DP Business Admin - Human Resource Management

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Overview

  • Two-year diploma with optional Coop term
  • Offered at the following campuses:
    • Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
    • Exchange District Campus, Winnipeg
    • Portage Campus, Portage la Prairie (offerings of majors for second year may be limited)
    • Winkler Campus, Winkler (offerings of majors for second year may be limited)
    • Steinbach Campus, Steinbach (offerings of majors for second year may be limited)

Description

Are you passionate about people? Join a fascinating field powered by people, for people. HR practitioners makes significant contributions to the success of every organization.

Learn how to recruit new employees, manage benefits, improve corporate culture, increase employee productivity and create great places to work. Our dynamic program combines theory with hands-on case studies and mock interview scenarios.

Upon completion, students can begin the professional certification process for the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). HRM graduates who choose to pursue the CPHR designation may be eligible for exemption from the National Knowledge Exam (NKE)

Admission Requirements

If your academic history includes any of the following, please visit me.rrc.mb.ca/Catalogue/Information/MyEducation for important information: post-secondary studies at an institution other than Red River College; Modified (M), English as an Additional Language (E), or GED high school courses; or home schooling.

Submission of required documentation, including English language assessments, is due within 30 days of applying unless otherwise noted in your program's admission requirements.

If your program's admission requirements include any of the following items, note that the submission deadline for these items only has been temporarily extended to 90 days:

  • First aid course certificate
  • Physical fitness assessment results
  • Reading skills assessment results (Degree of Reading Power - DRP)
  • Student clinical practice and/or volunteer work experience forms

DOCUMENT SUBMISSION METHODS

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If you do not have a Future Student Account or require assistance, please contact our Student Service Centre at 204-632-2327.

Mail or In-Person
Student Service Centre
Red River College
D101–2055 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0J9
Hours of service

E-mail: register@rrc.ca

Fax: 204-697-0584

Internationally Educated Applicants - visit www.rrc.ca/credentials for credential assessment information.

Proof of completion of admission requirements is due within 30 days of applying unless otherwise noted in the program's admission requirements.
Students will choose their major in term 1, and will progress from term to term in the program provided a term GPA of 1.0 is maintained.

Locations, Dates and Fees

Costs (estimates only; subject to change)

Program/Student Fees
Year 1
$2,177.001
Year 2
$4,609.00
Books and Supplies
Year 1
$1,600.00
Year 2
$1,600.00
Other Fees
Year 2
$906.002
Program/Student Fees (International)
Year 1
$6,593.003
Year 2
$14,208.00
1Fees for Term 2 only - See main page for Term 1 fees.
2Optional Term 5 Co-op Fee
3Fees for Term 2 only - See main page for Term 1 fees.

Students may apply for financial assistance through the Manitoba Student Aid program. For general information on applying please call 204-945-6321 or 1-800-204-1685, or visit their website at www.manitobastudentaid.ca, which also includes an online application. For detailed information, please visit one of the RRC Student Service Centres or call 204-632-2327. Applicants requiring financial assistance should complete their student loan applications well in advance of the class start date.

Red River College is a participating institution in the HigherEdPoints program. Through this program, students are able to convert Aeroplan® Miles and TD Points into funds to help cover their tuition. Family members and friends can also contribute to a student’s education by converting their loyalty points - anyone can donate their points to an individual student.

Visit the HigherEdPoints website for more information about the program and/or to set up an account to convert your points.

Program Outline

Please click below to download the At a Glance sheet for the Human Resource Management major:

Courses and Descriptions

(Click the course name to view the description of the course)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
ACCT-1071Accounting Fundamentals
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In this course, the student will be introduced to fundamental accounting principles, concepts and techniques. This course will focus on double-entry bookkeeping and the preparation of financial statements focusing on sole proprietorship. Period end processes, such as adjusting accounts and the closing process are also discussed. The result is a complete presentation of the accounting cycle for service and merchandise businesses. Throughout the course, interpreting financial statements from a non-accounting manager perspective will be included.


ADMN-1010Introduction to Canadian Business
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In this course, the student will learn about all aspects of the supply chain including the various roles within the supply chain, the modes of transport and the equipment types associated with each mode, and the service requirements that should be considered when working within the supply chain. In addition, the student will be introduced to industry specific-terminology, discuss different policies and procedures, and learn to interpret a variety of documents including, but not limited to, bills of lading. The student will also explore systems thinking as an approach to problem-solving in the context of the supply chain.

ADMN-1012Research Methods
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This course introduces the student to the importance of designing, gathering, and analyzing research in order to make better business decisions. It is their first step in learning how to perform a detailed data analysis. Through classroom lecture and discussions, the student will explore the research process by focusing on monitoring key performance indicators, problem definition, hypothesis formulation, and variable types and data sources. By the end of this course, the student will be able to analyze data, interpret their findings, and present the results of their research.

ADMN-2052Business Strategy
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In this program capstone, the student will integrate and apply the knowledge gained in their program of study to make comprehensive business decisions. Working in interdisciplinary teams, the student will build collaboration, intercultural, innovation, design thinking, critical thinking, communication, project management and decision making skills. Through case studies, business simulation and “real life” business situations, the student will focus on the interrelationship of competitive strategy with the external environment, internal capabilities, resources, management preferences, and social responsibilities. Finally, the student and their team will present innovative recommendations to industry representatives. This course is taken in the final semester of the diploma program.

ADMN-2053Business Law
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In this course the student will develop an understanding of the legal rights and responsibilities attached to a wide range of activities necessary to conduct business and commerce. The goal of this course is to teach the legal aspects and consequences of various business endeavours and to introduce the following areas of law: contract, tort, property, and case analysis using legal writing.

ADMN-2057Topics in Global Business
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This course examines business decisions through the lens of environmental sustainability. Through classroom lectures and practical assignments, the student will explore an organization's influence on the environment and learn how to mitigate risks that affect the environment. The student will analyze the relationship between an organization and other businesses and communities, and consider attitudes towards diversity, human rights and consumer protection, and the importance of ethical decisions. The student will also look at the global business environment and the issues that impact on businesses, from public companies to entrepreneurs. The student will also explore Indigenous relationships with land, the environment and sustainability.


ADMN-2058Organizational Behaviour
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This course serves as an introduction to the field of organizational behaviour with a specific focus on how individuals work together within organizational systems to achieve common goals. The student will study the impact individuals and groups have on the organization through a wide breadth of theories and applications. Topics include dealing with different personalities, diversity, innovation, adaptability, Emotional Intelligence (EI), group dynamics, perception and decision-making, conflict, and ethics. The student will study and develop an awareness of how these topics can create an effective work environment and cultivate positive organizational citizenship.

COMM-1173Communication Strategies
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Everyone communicates, but are they doing it well? Communicative competence takes practice and self-awareness. By developing their communication skills, the student will improve their interpersonal ability, intercultural competence, and digital fluency to prepare the student for success in the workplace. In Communication Strategies, the student will learn through discovery and project-based activities to practice approaching situations critically and collaboratively. The strategies the student will gain in this course will be useful throughout their program and in their chosen industry.

COMM-2055Client Relationships
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This course further develops the student's communication skills as they apply to the world of business. The student will learn to select appropriate modes of communication and practice with applying different types of messages in managing client relationships. The significance of teamwork in business through participation in group work and scenarios such as mock meetings will be examined. The student will also practice and develop client interview skills applicable in all areas of business to support internal and external customer service, problem solving, needs assessment and sales. Various technologies will be explored including the application of Customer Relationship Management (CRM). The student will also submit a series of documents used in business communication.

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COMM-2174Communication for Business
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This course focuses on communication requirements in the business sector, and will help students to build on the skills they practiced in Communication Strategies. In this sector-level course, students will collaborate with their peers to manage, analyze, and communicate information to differing audiences in a variety of formats. This collaboration will involve practicing active listening, negotiation, and persuasion strategies in a business context.

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COMM-3064Human Resources Communications
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Human Resources is responsible for internal organizational and external communications and brand. HR consultants are able to deal with management, employees, unions and outside agencies (such as Workers Compensation) in a tactful, diplomatic, sensitive, and empathetic, yet, assertive manner. In this course the student will learn to communicate to diverse audiences, deliver difficult messages to people, especially when it comes to disciplinary measures, and how to communicate in those types of difficult situations face to face. Topics include writing to an audience, coaching, mentoring, persuasion, negotiation, conflict management, progressive discipline, termination, investigative skills including probing questions, note taking, and letter and report writing. The student will also learn to develop their self awareness, conduct self-assessments, identify their emotional intelligence, and recognize their personality type. The student will also learn to use social media platforms and networks to deliver communications and manage brand.

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COMP-1255Business ApplicationsRPL
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This course is offered in blended format featuring online content with in class workshops on current topics in computing. This as a hands-on course where the student will develop skills in the use of Windows, Word, and PowerPoint, advanced skills in Excel, exposure to relational databases and Enterprise resource planning (ERP). A final project integrates these applications.

ECON-1011Economics
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This course introduces the student to the principles of economic theory through discussion and application of the economic concepts that will help the student improve their problem-solving and decision making skills. Course content will focus on supply and demand, elasticity, market structures, monetary systems, economic growth, and international trade. Alternative economic systems and economic reconciliation will also be discussed.

HUMR-1064Human Resource Management
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This course introduces the student to the comprehensive responsibilities of Human Resource Management in today’s evolving and diverse business environment. The student will learn how Human Resource Managers apply best practices, provide value, manage the global marketplace, and oversee talent in the workplace. Specific emphasis will be placed on the topics of recruitment, job analysis, legal compliance, human capital, training, performance management, and building and maintaining stakeholder relationships.

HUMR-2016Contemporary Topics in HR Management
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This course offers a dynamic approach to learning where the student is encouraged to discuss and evaluate current events in Human Resource Management that impact the formulation and administration of policy. Applying theoretical concepts and personal experience, the student will participate in a variety of learning activities including discussion sessions, lectures from industry, case studies, role-plays and simulations. Topics include disability management, accommodation, return to work, wellness, workforce diversity, HR systems, change management, policy development and implementation, and privacy issues.

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HUMR-2065Recruitment and Selection
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This course will provide a conceptual understanding of the staffing function in the human resources management department. The student will learn recruitment sourcing, selecting, hiring, and on-boarding techniques to address organizational needs. The student will also learn the benefits of workplace diversity, inclusion and equity and how to apply these principles to recruitment and selection processes. Social media and network platforms will be used to develop proactive recruitment and acquisition techniques. The student will participate in mock recruitment and interviews to learn best practices and follow workplace policies for selection and hiring. The student will also learn to evaluate existing staffing programs for efficiency and legal compliance.

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HUMR-2066Training and Development
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This course will examine the connection between learning and development and the strategic goals of an organization. The student will learn to review job analyses to determine the need for training and development, plan internal and external methods of delivery, and determine ways to measure the effectiveness of programs. The student will identify conditions for effective training, and design and deliver training initiatives using best practices. The student will explore a variety of training methods to meet the needs of diverse audiences and types of work, and how to provide accommodations to meet the needs of learners. This course will utilize technologies that support, track and report the progress of employee training and development.

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HUMR-2067Compensation and Benefits
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As part of an organization’s overall strategic human resources framework, a competitive compensation strategy is vital to attracting and retaining employees with the necessary skills and abilities while aligning employee and organizational goals. This course provides the student with a framework for the creation and evaluation of effective compensation systems that support organizational strategies through effective decision analysis, job evaluation, job analysis, salary surveys, labour market data analysis and internal/external equity alignment. Topics also include legal compliance, motivational theories, pension plans, recognition and reward programs, performance management, termination, and emerging trends/issues in compensation and benefits.

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HUMR-2068HR Management Research and Planning
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In this capstone course the student will apply the competencies gained in prior courses taken in the Human Resource Management stream. Working in a team, the student will demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the collaborative development of a strategic plan. The student will apply skills related to strategic planning including forecasting workforce supply and demand, implementation of HR information management systems and analytics, and other current trends in HRM. This course culminates in a presentation of their team's strategic plan.

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HUMR-2069Labour Relations
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This course explores contemporary labour relations in Canada. The student will explore the interactions between employers and employees with specific emphasis and a deeper focus on management-union relationships. Major topics include the Canadian labour market, the history of unions, labour legislation, the negotiation process, collective agreements and collective bargaining processes, dispute resolution methods, and contract administration. The student will learn to develop their communication, collaboration and negotiation skills through mock negotiation and bargaining processes.

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MATH-1078Business Mathematics
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This foundational course demonstrates the importance of mathematics in today’s business environment. Through a modular design, the student will explore the terminology, characteristics, and calculations of business measures as they relate to general business skills, accounting, human resource management, logistics, marketing, and financial services

MGMT-1093Conflict Resolution
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This course will examine a range of perspectives, practices, and strategies for resolving conflict. Through readings and hands-on activities, the student will explore the history and causes of conflict and discover how individuals act and react in different conflict situations. The student will apply the materials in this course to their own experiences, contexts, and settings, and develop an integrative perspective in which the implication of different theories and research for conflict resolution practice is understood. The student will also apply strategies for resolving conflict and develop skills for positive, performance evaluation. By exploring Indigenous approaches to conflict resolution, the student will learn to appreciate the importance of culture in conflict resolution. The student will also review a number of tools for conducting self-assessments and identifying their personality profile to develop greater self-awareness and Emotional Intelligence.


MRKT-1017Marketing Foundations
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This course focuses on the high level role that marketing plays in strategic planning and organizational management. This course takes a student-centred approach to the current customer-focused marketing landscape in today’s digital and global world. The student will gain an in depth understanding of the marketing mix and the impact these elements have on the marketing process. The student will apply the broad framework of market segmentation using the concepts of segmentation, targeting and positioning (STP). The student will segment a market by organizing the market into groups, use targeting to send a message to potential segments, and use positioning to identify how customers view a product or service.

PROJ-1009Project Management
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Project management is required by every business and industry to deliver products and services to the marketplace. In this course, the student will learn how to manage multiple projects on time and on budget. This course is the first step in preparing the student to initiate, plan, execute and control a project from start to finish. Through lectures and hands-on exercises, the student will develop a  strong foundation in project management that applies to organizations of all types and sizes.

SAFE-2020Workplace Health and Safety
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This course focuses on the role of legislation and government initiatives in protecting the safety and health of workers. The student will learn the rights and responsibilities of employees, employers and supervisors in complying with safety and health legislation. The student will also explore the ways that Human Resources departments support health, safety and wellness committees and other initiatives in the workplace by writing policies, designing safety training, and assisting with discipline. The student will also learn how to motivate employees to work safely, create an emergency plan, and conduct a job hazard analysis for health and safety risk management. This course will also cover respectful workplace conduct and legislation and workplace harassment and violence prevention.

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CO-OP/Practicum Information

Your business diploma can be enhanced through an optional Term 5 Co-op placement which provides students with an opportunity to apply the knowledge gained in their academic studies to a workplace environment.

The paid Co-op placement allows you to gain valuable industry experience, make industry contacts, and attain a competitive advantage for job search upon graduation. You will also gain practical knowledge about the workplace environment, including expectations, behaviours and ethics required to be successful.

There are a limited number of spaces for students to attain a paid Co-op work placement.  Students are required to apply to the optional Co-op term during Year One, and are required to meet and maintain all Co-op eligibility requirements during their program of studies. Co-op work placements are not guaranteed, as students are in a competitive job placement market.

Eligibility Requirements:
- Minimum GPA 3.0
- Must have a B or higher in all program communication courses
- Must have completed a minimum of 80% of major required courses
- Must complete employment preparation activities

A Co-op tuition fee is charged to all students registered in a Co-op work term. Co-op fees cover work placement development, pre-employment instruction, and employment-related monitoring. You receive support from a coordinator in the work placement process and have the opportunity to apply for available Co-op work placements. Employment-related monitoring includes support and evaluation by the Co-op coordinator during and after the placement.

For more information about the Co-op term, please contact a year 2 Academic Coordinator. 

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which documents and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information, please visit www.rrc.ca/rpl.

Graduate Employment Report

Red River College surveys its graduates on an annual basis to collect data related to the graduates’ employment status, salary, occupation and skill use. In addition, graduates are asked to indicate their level of satisfaction regarding the education they received at Red River College.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/graduate-satisfaction for graduate satisfaction and employment reports.

Contact Information

Winnipeg - Notre Dame Campus
2nd Year Coordinator
Colleen Evans
204-632-2348
E-mail: cevans@rrc.ca

Winnipeg - Exchange District Campus
2nd Year Coordinator
Craig Dyer
204-632-3095
E-mail: cdyer@rrc.ca
Winkler Campus
204-325-9672
E-mail: winkler@rrc.ca

Steinbach Campus
204-320-2500
E-mail: steinbach@rrc.ca

Portage Campus
204-856-1914
E-mail: portage@rrc.ca

How to Apply

For information on how to apply to this program, follow the link below.

www.rrc.ca/howtoapply

Student Evaluation of Program

Every year Red River College surveys students, in all full-time programs, to learn more about their college experience. The questionnaire includes questions about students’ experiences with College programs, facilities, and services offered.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/student-evaluation-of-program for student evaluation of program reports.

College Support Services

Red River College is committed to student success and provides valuable support services to assist in helping students make the most of their time at RRC.

Visit www.rrc.ca/supports for more information.

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