NOTE: 30 PLAR credits maximum for the Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations degree. This is an integrated, multidisciplinary program of courses that examines employment relations within their social, legal, political, and economic contexts. The program will be of interest to trade unionists, managers, human resource specialists, and individuals interested in better understanding the employment relations of their own workplace and in qualifying for employment opportunities. Note, applicants must score at least one on each of the first five criteria to achieve any credits. In addition, applicants must score an 'average' of at least one on the remaining criteria to achieve any credits.
See the portfolio assessment criteria for this program.
Updated January 30 2015 by Student & Academic Services