Certificate in Leading People and Organizations

The Leading People and Organizations Certificate will help students understand the range of differences in people and their perspectives, and how these differences affect workplace management.  Students completing this certificate will be able to recognize different conflict resolution and negotiation strategies.  A focus on understanding the human resource management function within the organization will complement students’ knowledge of selecting, training, and equipping personnel, while ensuring positive labour relations and maintaining healthy and safety.  Students will have the ability to articulate their own personal strengths and weaknesses to improve interpersonal relationships.
Required Courses (9 credit hours):
MGMT 2303 People, Work, and Organizations: Micro Behaviour*
MGMT 2304 People, Work, and Organizations: Macro Behaviour
COMM 3303 Introduction to Human Resource Management
*Students will be required to complete MGMT 1301.03 and MGMT 1302.03 before registering for these courses.
Students must obtain a minimum grade of B- for all courses counted toward the certificate.
To graduate with the Certificate, students must apply to graduate with a Certificate per the timelines determined by the Registrar's Office.