4401 University Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada | Public University | Established 1975
|About this course|
Human resource management is the study of people at work and the activities associated with recruitment and selection, training and development, retention and occupational health and safety. A key component is organizational behavior, which examines things like leadership, motivation, employee attitudes and productivity.
Labour relations is the study of how employers and employees work together to create a fair workplace.
Human Resource and Labour Relations professionals provide an essential link between employees and management, helping address work-related concerns, developing policies and protecting the rights of both parties. Our graduates lead change while fostering a positive attitude towards organizational objectives.
* Note: Additional fees may apply
** All fees are subject to change without notice
|Tuition & fees||CAD 18,600|
|Cost of Living||10,000|
|Book and Supply Fees||2,500|
|Students’ Union Fees||896|
|Student Administrative Fees||418|
|International Health Centre Fees||74|
|Entry requirements for this course|
Min GPA: 65.0% Convert grades
English Proficiency Requirements:
For direct admission, applicant must be from an English speaking country or meet either of the following English test scores:
This program does NOT offer conditional admission
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