Last Updated: May. 9, 2014
Leadership and Human Resource Development
Format: World Wide Web
Education 6804 concentrates on the development of theoretical frameworks through which a wide range of current human resource and leadership issues are examined. Illustrative examples are drawn from a wide range of educational settings within the private and public post-secondary system and within formal and informal settings. The purpose of the course is to explore current human resource and leadership issues using a Case Study in Human Resources in a Canadian Post-Secondary Environment. Important topics such as; Theory and Research in Human Resources Management, Recruitment, retention, Induction, compensation, development and other faculty issues in human resources are addresses. The course is designed to be completed within thirteen weeks.
Prerequisite(s): Students must be enrolled in a Master�s program (at MUN or elsewhere) or have a Master�s completed.
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