Accredited Post-Secondary Programs
CPHR Canada and the member associations are constantly reviewing and accrediting post-secondary programs in each region. Following is the most current national list. If you have a question about a program in your province, contact your member association directly.
CPHR Canada Accredited Universities and Colleges
Graduates of accredited post-secondary programs will be one step closer to receiving their CPHR designation and may be eligible to waive writing the NKE. More details about the accreditation program as well as program requirements and eligibility can be found on your member association website.
- Camosun College — Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management & Leadership
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University — Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management
- British Columbia Institute of Technology — Human Resource Management diploma program
- Okanagan College — Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management degree program
- Camosun College — Post-Degree Diploma
- Mount Royal University — Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources
- Assiniboine Community College — Business Administration Diploma (HumanResource Specialization)
- Red River College — Human Resource Management Certificate
- University of Manitoba — Extended Education Human Resource Management Certificate
- University of Winnipeg Professional, Applied & Continuing Education — Human ResourceManagement Diploma
- l’Université Laval — Bachelor of Social Sciences in Industrial Relations
- l’Université de Montréal — Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations
- l’Université McGill — Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Relations
- l’Université du Québec en Outaouais — Bachelor in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
- l’Université du Québec à Montréal — Bachelor in Human Resource Management
Please refer to your provincial association for additional eligibility requirements
Note: The CPHR is a provincially granted designation. As such, requirements may vary slightly in your province. Please consult your member association for details on requirements.