CPHR Saskatchewan Accreditation

The Levene School of Business Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) program is accredited with the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) Saskatchewan.

This accreditation may be of interest to both recent alumni and current students of the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business. MHRM graduates may be eligible for exemption from the requirement to write the CPHR National Knowledge Exam (NKE) if these eligibility criteria are met:

  • Graduated with a Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) degree on or after December 2016;
  • Completed the following courses, either as part of the MHRM degree or outside the degree:
    • GBUS 817 Managing People in Organizations
    • GBUS 838 Research Methods in Management
    • GBUS 843 Strategic Human Resource Management
    • GBUS 862 Evaluation of Human Resource Practices and Systems (Prerequisite GBUS 838)
    • Plus the following five (5) electives:
      • GBUS 844 Labour Relations & Collective Bargaining
      • GBUS 863 Staffing Organizations
      • GBUS 864 Compensation
      • GBUS 868 Occupational Health and Safety
      • EAHR 811 or GBUS 846AH Program Evaluation
  • Have a cumulative average of 70% or higher;
  • Graduates must apply for the NKE Waiver within 5 years of convocation. Those graduating between December 2016 and June 2018 will have until December 31, 2023 to apply for the waiver.

Those who have completed their MHRM program on or after December 2016 but are missing any classes from the list above can apply to the University of Regina as a Business Administration - Non-Degree student to take the required courses. Please contact the Levene advisor at <Levene.Advising@uregina.ca>  for more information about the process.

More information about the CPHR designation can be found here.  

CPHR Student Membership

A $50 CPHR student membership is available for full time Levene MHRM students.
Student membership is open to individuals who are registered in a full-time post-secondary program of study and who are not employed on a full-time basis.

Learn more here.