|School:||Sheridan College – Hazel McCallion Campus|
|Faculty:||Pilon School of Business|
|Degree:||Bachelor; Co-op; Honours|
|Field of Study:||Human Resources Management and Services, Other
|Description:||At Sheridan, the Honours BBA in Human Resources Management program gives students the skills, such as being flexible and creative, needed to contribute to an organization. Sheridan’s learning philosophy supports the belief that HR is a strategic partner that works to align human resources and business strategy.
This program also features an innovative experiential learning model that prepares students for the workplace. This will be done through hands-on learning and experimentation to actively apply your knowledge and solve business problems that simulate the real world. The Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs all include a one-semester internship where students will fulfill many of the program learning outcomes and become prepared for future employment. After the completion of a minimum of 30 credits, students may also apply to participate in the BBA Co-op program, which allows students to complete three additional work terms to a total of four work terms.
|URL:||Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resources Management) at Sheridan College – Hazel McCallion Campus|
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Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses: English, Grade 12 (ENG4U or equivalent) with a minimum 65% PLUS Mathematics, Grade 12 Advanced Functions (MHF4U or equivalent) with a minimum 60%, or Grade 12 Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U or equivalent) with a minimum 60%, or successful completion of Sheridan’s Mathematical Functions for Business (MATH18263) course with a minimum 60%, offered through Continuing and Professional Studies. Four other Grade 12 credits (U or M or equivalent) with a minimum 60%. Minimum 65% overall average OR Two semesters of postsecondary education, including required courses, with a minimum of 65% overall average.