Program curriculum

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The Master in Management program (MM) pairs perfectly with your non-business degree. This 12-month program builds on your existing knowledge base and will deepen your understanding of how to thrive in a complex environment. Learn how to navigate new problems in multifaceted situations. Understand how to face the greatest challenges and questions. Do it all while applying a sustainable lens. This way forward ensures that both industries and communities will flourish in the years to come

Immersive global experience

Besides coursework, this program also offers an immersive global experience. Students will put learning into practice while working with an international organization. Completing this global experience will better prepare you for a successful career.

Career preparation

The MM program introduces you to career preparation training. This includes a professional development course and a 4-month work experience. Here you put what you learned in the classroom into practice and gain hands-on experience.

Mentorship

MM students can also access the Gustavson Mentor Program. Here, students connect one-on-one with experienced managers from the business community.

Please note: The program expects students to take part in the Co-op placement process. The Gill Graduate School of Business makes every attempt to place all eligible students in a co-op. The school, however, is under no obligation to guarantee a co-op placement.

Courses

MM 504 Workplace and Career Preparation
MM 505 Professional Development
MM 510A Organizations in a Changing World I
MM 510B Organizations in a Changing World II
MM 520A Collaborative Teamwork in Organizations I
MM 520B Collaborative Teamwork in Organizations II
MM 530A Applied Organizational Skills and Knowledge I
MM 530B Applied Organizational Skills and Knowledge II
MM 540A Organizational Analysis and Problem Solving I
MM 540B Organizational Analysis and Problem Solving II
MM 596 Capstone Integrative Project
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