Students who meet the qualifications for admission and have a four-year bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, in a related field of study (e.g. employment relations; industrial relations; labour studies; commerce or psychology with a major in human resources) will qualify for the 12-month MIRHR (advanced standing) program.
Students complete eleven half-courses (or equivalent) described below during three sessions of study (September to August).
|IRE 1010H||Economic Environment of IR & HR|
|IRE 1126H||Labour Market Policy (PR)|
|IRE 2001H||Foundations and Current Issues in Industrial Relations and Human Resources (PR)|
|IRE 2002H||Research Methods in Industrial Relations and Human Resources (PR)|
Plus one of the following courses:
|IRE 2003H||Research Project in IR/HR|
|IRE 2004H||Data Analytics and Metrics|
Plus one of the following law courses:
|IRE 1270H||Law of Labour Relations|
|IRE 1338H||Law in the Workplace|