The Master of Management Dual Degree Option is completed over 8 months of full-time study and requires a minimum of 32 credits, spread over 11 courses:
- MGMT 534 Regional Development and Globalization
- MGMT 535 Approaches to Learning and Research
- MGMT 536 Enterprise and Innovation
- MGMT 537 Leading and Citizenship
- MGMT 538 Communicating
- MGMT 539 Ethics
- MGMT 540 Systems
- MGMT 541 Practical Research Methods
- MGMT 542 Career Development
- MGMT 543 Managing Change
- MGMT 544 Applied Project
Course descriptions are available here.
The 32 credits of the MM Dual Degree Option program will be delivered between May and December, immediately following the completion of students’ undergraduate degrees. Study will be full-time and cohort-based. It will entail intense periods of study, delivered to enable student success by their working closely with faculty and staff, enabling completion of the program in four and a half years. The 8-month period spans approximately 35 weeks. It will include three, week-long study-free periods, one at the end of August and two at the end of December, in consideration of students’ health and wellness. Students will complete one credit per week over the 32 weeks of study, and courses will interweave to allow instructors to emphasize the benefits of integrating multiple perspectives when addressing adaptive challenges facing organizations.