The Master of Science in Management program is designed for students with degrees in business and related fields to prepare for careers which involve undertaking, managing, overseeing, and using research.
Students in this program will gain an advanced knowledge of theoretical and conceptual components of the management disciplines and develop their abilities to independently undertake original research within the domain of management disciplines. Students will also develop research related skills and work to understand, practice, and examine ethical considerations in management research. The program achieves these goals through intensive and stimulating seminars, energetic class discussions, research assignments, and a research project/thesis supervised by our qualified faculty.
Although it is not required that students choose a major, research will typically take place within one of the following discipline area established at the school.
Topics include logistical efficiencies, quality control, manufacturing and service production, enterprise resource planning, and capacity planning.
Topics include research analysis, advertising account and sales management, public relations, product development, inventory and distribution control.
Topics include money and banking, capital markets, investments, and financial analysis, and public sector finance.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Topics include training and development, labor relations, benefits management, and policy development.
Topics include theory, technology, and application of management information systems to revitalize business processes, conduct electronic commerce/business, improve business decision-making, facilitate collaboration, and initiate knowledge management.
FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
Topics include financial accounting, auditing, and controllership.
The Masters of Science in Management program is offered on a full-time basis (1 year) and part-time basis (3 years).
To find out more, please visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.