Complete the program entirely in-person, entirely online*, in a virtual classroom or choose a combination of formats.
In-person offerings will include a mixture of
lecture and experiential learning activities, such as case studies,
presentations, individual and group work, mid-term and final examinations.
Online delivery will use primarily
asynchronous activities designed to present the fundamental concepts and
theories in payroll and promote the application to the workplace and
professional practice. Course activities will include instructor video
lecture/presentations, discussion board topics, web-based learning activities,
as well as, experiential learning activities (i.e. case studies, group
Virtual classroom offerings include classes held as per the scheduled day/time. Classes will be held online, using a combination of synchronous, real-time, instructor led sessions, supplemented with asynchronous activities. You should expect to attend class at the same time, each week, although not every session will be a full 3 hours of live instruction. Rather, classes will provide learners the opportunity to apply what has been covered by your course facilitator.
All courses (in-person, online, and virtual classroom) have a final
*PAY 101, PAY 102, PAY 103, PAY 201 (formerly CPM 101)
& PAY 202 (formerly CPM 102) equivalencies may be taken online with CPA and
applied to the McMaster PCP or CPM certificate
by transfer credit.
Available Course Formats: