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Master of Management

The Master of Management (M.M.) provides a professional course of study designed to prepare graduates with applied knowledge focused in business. The program includes a minimum of 30 credits of coursework that may include an applied project. The course work consists of at least 24 credits at the 500-level or above, and no more than 6 credits at the 300- or 400-levels.

The program will generally be completed within 12-16 months of full-time study. Admission requirements include all the minimum admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, plus GMAT or GRE is generally required, and a minimum of TOEFL score of 600 (or equivalent) for international students. More specific, higher admissions requirements may be established for some areas of specialization in the M.M. program. Upon accepting an offer of admission to the M.M. program, students will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit, which is applied to the first installment of tuition fees.

The Master of Management is offered as:

  1. a general management program with no specialization; and
  2. with a specialization in Operations Research.

General Management

The Master of Management general management (with no specialization) is offered as:

  1. A full time program requiring a bachelors degree in an area other than business.

    International Business Stream
    The International Business Stream is available to any student in the full time Master of Management - general management program. Students are required to take part in an international study experience, either an exchange program or a study tour, and pass two 1.5 credit international business modules. Details of International Business streams are available from the Faculty's Robert H. Lee Graduate School.
  2. An Undergraduate Program-Master of Management Dual Degree Option. See the UG-MM Dual Degree Option entry for details.

Operations Research Specialization

The Master of Management (M.M.) in Operations Research requires specialized coursework in business models, statistics and decisions, optimization, stochastic systems and consulting practices, as well as electives. Students are generally required to complete an industry project.

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