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Decision-making made easy! This tool gives you a breakdown of individual programs offered at George Brown College and how they differ from other programs you’re interested in. Use this tool to select up to 10 programs to compare, helping you make the right choice for the career you want.

1. Under Program Comparison, click Add a New Program

2. Search for one of the programs you’re interested in (either alphabetically, by interest or by job)

3. Click on the title of the program in the menu

4. Click Add to Comparison

5. Continue searching for programs using steps 2-4

6. When you’re done, clicking Program Comparison will give you a preview of the programs and the option to delete, add or clear all

7. Open Program Compare for more details and an easy-to-read comparison of the programs you’ve selected

Centre for Business

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The Centre for Business prepares students for successful careers in the fast-paced business world. Toronto is Canada’s hub for business, finance, innovation and infrastructure development, offering tremendous opportunities to our graduates.

A rewarding learning experience in a variety of programs from four schools, the School of Accounting & Finance, the School of Human Resources, the School of Management and the School of Marketing that…

you to your chosen career and prepare you to

relationships leading to employment.

Designations Supported by the Centre for Business:

  • Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP™)
  • Certified International Trade Professional (CITP)
  • Canadian Securities Course (CSC)
  • Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP)
  • Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPS)
  • Forum for International Trade Training (FITT)

The Certified Financial Planner and Certified International Trade professional designations are internationally recognized.

Well-Prepared Graduates

We work closely with key industry professionals and organizations to ensure that our graduates are prepared for success in their chosen field. Our programs are directly connected to business sectors that are increasingly influenced by competition, technological advances and economic globalization. We work to reflect current trends and address future needs in the business world. By aligning ourselves with industry – through our experienced faculty, the leading companies and associations we partner with, and the professional organizations that advise us on curriculum development – we ensure that our graduates are ready to step into a world of success.

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Video Transcript
Typically, when people think of Human Resources, they think of just hiring and firing people. It's because I've never fired anyone in my life.  My name's Paul Koshy.  I studied at George Brown from 2006 to 2007,  and I did the post-graduate HR Management Program.  I researched a few schools,  but my decision was mainly based on word-of-mouth.  A friend of mine entered the program the year before,  and she was already working. So that was a big selling point.  How fast was I going to find a job.  Co-op is sorta one of the biggest elements in any one of these post-grad programs.  I think a lot of folks who do them are sort of looking for a job right away, afterwards.  They had a real focus on building those relationships with employers.  I did my co-op at the Metropolitan Hotel in downtown Toronto.  I spent about five months there, working as their HR Coordinator.  and it was an incredible experience.  I got all the, you know, real world skills and hands-on experience that I could ask for.  Then once I finished there, I actually decided to buy a one-way ticket to Dublin, Ireland,  and I managed to find a job in HR there.  I was a training consultant for an investment bank. I got to experience a different working culture.  When I got to the bank, they were just building the training team. A lot of the skills that I had learned at George Brown during my program were very transferable, and I was able to sort of build a position for myself, and sort of get all this experience that I needed, that I knew I needed when I came back. My favourite class was Labour Relations at George Brown.  It was taught by Don Chiro.  He had a, just a wide background of experience in terms of labour relations, and he really brought that to the forefront. All of his examples, and all the cases that we did, he either had some real first-hand experience with, or a similar case. It was all something that he was very knowledgeable about, and could answer all of our questions. And we did sort of mock tribunals and arbitrations and stuff like that. We were practising what we might actually do in the real world, as if we were working for an organization already and expected to do things. But that really prepared you for when you actually had to do it on the job. The program really opened my eyes as to what's out there  in terms of a career in HR. In university, you sort of have three or four years to complete your degree, but this is literally about eight months. So, it's a really, really intensive program. So it's something you really draw on, once you're working. And it, that pays off in the end. And it's something you take to your job.

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