Sheridan's Human Resource Management major may be taken on either a full-time or part-time basis and is open to both domestic and international students.

Indicative Course Plan (Full-time Student)

Year 1 Semester 1
EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
LW101 Introduction to Law
MN101 Principles of Management
RS191 Academic and Professional Communication

Year 1 Semester 2
AC101 Principles of Accounting
CS100 Introduction to Christianity
MK101 Principles of Marketing
+1 Minor / General Elective

Year 2 Semester 1
EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business
MN210 Managing Human Resources
+1 Minor / General Elective
+1 Minor / General Elective

Year 2 Semester 2
CS200 Survey of the Bible
MN202 Behaviour in Organisations
MN212 Employment Relations
RS292 Introduction to Research Methods

Year 3 Semester 1
CS300 Christianity as a Worldview
MN311 Talent Acquisition
MN321 Workplace Learning and Development
RS394 Research Project

Year 3 Semester 2
MN262 Cross-Cultural Management
MN312 Working With Volunteers
MN322 Managing Workplace Safety
+1 Minor / General Elective

 

List of available units in the Human Resource Management major

Business Core units

  • AC101 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • EC101 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • LW101 Introduction to Law
  • MK101 Principles of Marketing
  • MN101 Principles of Management
  • EC205 Mathematics for Economics and Business

Human Resource Management core units

  • MN202 Behaviour in Organisations
  • MN210 Managing Human Resources
  • MN212 Employment Relations
  • MN262 Cross-Cultural Management
  • MN311 Talent Acquisition
  • MN312 Working With Volunteers
  • MN321 Workplace Learning and Development
  • MN322 Managing Workplace Safety

Common Core Christian Studies units

  • CS100 Introduction to Christianity
  • CS200 Survey of the Bible
  • CS300 Christianity as a Worldview

Common Core Research units

  • RS191 Academic and Professional Communication
  • RS292 Research Methods
  • RS394 Research Project

General electives

  • 4 units chosen from any academic discipline