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MIR 875 Finance and Accounting for HR/LR

MIR 875  Finance and Accounting for HR/LR  Units: 3.00  

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles and skills in accounting and finance that are relevant to employment relations specialists. Topic areas may vary from year to year but typically include financial concepts, statements and tools, principles of accounting, budgeting processes, financial forecasting, costing and reporting and the regulatory regime. (Offered online or on-campus).

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  

Industrial Relations - Master of Industrial Relations and Professional Master of Industrial Relations

The MIR degree requires that students take courses with a total combined weight of 30 credits. This total includes 8 required core courses (totaling 24 credits), together with electives (totaling 6 credits).

Industrial Relations

Queen's University offers a set of Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) degree programs aimed at developing the human resource management and labour relations knowledge and competencies that employment relations professionals need to fulfill their professional roles.  The philosophical orientation of the program is multi-disciplinary, stressing the application of knowledge and analysis to the employment relationship and workplace.

Industrial Relations (MIR)

In the full-time MIR program, core courses (MIR 810, 823, 824, 830, 840, 850, 897) are offered each year. All other courses are electives, and course offerings vary year-to-year. Please check directly with the department for current offerings.

Arts Leadership (ARTL)

...802, ARTL 804, ARTL 808, MIR 875 See also: MIR 875 Finance and Accounting for...