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Master of Management - Courses

Master of Management Courses

MM6113 Managing Organizational Behaviour

Credit hours: 3

This course covers theories and applications dealing with such topics as organizational change, decision-making, team dynamics, conflict management, and leadership. Students can discover and apply concepts to both explain and influence how people and their organizations work.

MM6119 Internship

Credit hours: 9

This internship will provide students with full-time career related employment for a minimum of 12 weeks. Interns apply business theories and concepts studied in the classroom in meaningful work situations and build on professional development skills.

Prerequisite: Students must have established a minimum B+ average (3.30 GPA) by the end of their second semester of study (six courses completed) to qualify for the Internship in the Master of Management. Students must also have completed all other required courses in the program of study (nine courses completed).

MM6123 Human Resource Management

Credit hours: 3

This course introduces students to the principles, policies, and practices related to human resources in today’s workforce. It is intended for individuals interested in management positions.

MM6129 Applied Research Project

Credit hours: 9

This one-semester course is designed to give students the opportunity to apply knowledge learned in the courses in the Master of Management Program. It is an applied research approach to solving a management related issue in an organization.

Prerequisite: Students must have established a minimum B+ average (3.30 GPA) by the end of their second semester of study (six courses completed) to qualify for the Applied Research Project in the Master of Management. Students must also have completed all other required courses in the program of study (nine courses completed).

MM6133 Managerial Economics

Credit hours: 3

This course introduces students to the global economic environment and the part managers play in understanding it and using it in making decisions. It covers such topics as economic environmental threats and opportunities for managers in a fast-paced business environment.

MM6143 Managerial Ethics and Decision Making

Credit hours: 3

This course explores the concept of decision-making through an ethical lens. It argues that every decision has ethical implications, including economic, social, and environmental.

Antirequisite: OM6223

MM6153 Managing Diversity in Organizations

Credit hours: 3

This course explores the complexities of managing today’s diverse workforce, including the importance of understanding the role that culture and the law play in human resource management and organizational behaviour.

MM6163 Managing Organizational Change

Credit hours: 3

This course is to provide students with an understanding of the role that leadership plays in navigating change within an organization. The course will include topics on leadership, vision, communication, culture, and strategy.

MM6173 International Business Management

Credit hours: 3

This course introduces students to the impact of globalism and globalization on business. Students will be provided with the analytical tools of global business research and analysis.

MM6183 Managing Leadership in Organizations

Credit hours: 3

In this course, students will have the opportunity to develop an understanding of the function and importance of leadership, including the different styles of leadership in organizations, by examining real-life case scenarios.

Antirequisite: OM6103

MM6193 Strategic Management

Credit hours: 3

The overall goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the important role that “strategy” holds in an organization, and how effective strategic management can provide a competitive advantage for organizations.

MM6213 Nonprofits and Issues in Management

Credit hours: 3

This course is designed to enhance the understanding and managerial skills needed in leading diverse and complex nonprofit organizations, including teamwork, ethical decision-making, and human resource management of volunteers. This course will help students broaden their perspective of nonprofit organizations through various themes and concepts incorporated throughout their coursework, including their place in the global economy.

Antirequisite: OM6033

Prerequisites: All other core courses in the program must be complete.

MM6223 Managerial Finance

Credit hours: 3

This course will look into both for-profit and nonprofit organizations’ approaches to cash flow management, capital budgeting, cost analysis and allocation, investment management, the analysis of new programmatic investments, project finance, currency management, and strategic financial analysis.

Antirequisite: OM6313

Prerequisites: All other core courses in the program must be complete.

MM6233 Managing Information Systems

Credit hours: 3

Management Information Systems (MIS) involve three primary resources: people, technology, and information. This course presents a management instead of a technical approach and will deliver the basic concepts of present-day information technology and the role of management in relation to organizational dependencies on technology. This course provides future leaders with basic MIS knowledge required to manage organizations efficiently and effectively.

Prerequisites: All other core courses in the program must be complete.

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