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Graduate Studies Calendar 2020-2021 Program Descriptions Haskayne School of Business: Management MGMT Master of Management (MMgmt)
Master of Management (MMgmt)
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Location: Scurfield Hall, Room 302
Phone: 403.220.8872
Email address: mmgmt@haskayne.ucalgary.ca
Web page URL: haskayne.ucalgary.ca/programs/mmgmt

1. Degree Offered

Master of Management (course-based)

This program is delivered on-campus in an intensive format. Only full-time registration is available.

2. Admission Requirements

In addition to meeting Faculty of Graduate Studies requirements for admission, the Master of Management program requires the following:

a) Completion of a four-year non-business bachelor’s degree.

b) A minimum admission grade point average (GPA) of 3.30 calculated over the last 60 units of university-level courses at the time of application (Graduate Management Admission Test or GMAT not required).

c) Students with an admission GPA between 2.70 and 3.29 may be considered for admission based on a combination of admission GPA and an acceptable GMAT score. Admission is based on the following equivalent achievement score: [(GPA x 200) + GMAT] >/= 1150*.

*Consult the Haskayne School of Business about the GMAT.

d) Typically, a maximum of two years since the completion of an undergraduate degree.

e) A current resume.

f) A 250-word response to each of two questions as part of the application process.

g) Participation in an interview (upon request).

h) For applicants required to prove proficiency in English, a minimum TOEFL score of 97 with no section less than 20 (Internet-based test), or an IELTS score of 7.0 with no section less than 6.0.

It is recommended that applicants complete an undergraduate course in economics, statistics, mathematics or psychology. Admitted students will be provided with online preparatory course work through the Haskayne School of Business prior to starting specific courses in the program.

4. Advanced Credit

No advanced credit will be considered.

5. Program Requirements

Students will complete a total of 33 units, which include 30 units from 18 core courses required of all students and 3 units from two elective courses.

a) Eighteen core courses (total of 30 units):

b) Two of four elective courses (total of 3 units):

6. Time Limit

Students must be registered full-time and are expected to complete the program in 10 months. Normally, the maximum completion time is two years.