Course Descriptions

Regional Development and Globalization
Explore managing and leading businesses and organizations in globally connected regions. Examine historical and contemporary instances of socio‐ economic development, and consider future directions and possibilities. Study organizations, institutions, communities and public policy; introductory management topics. [2 Credits]

Approaches to Learning and Practical Research
Acquire skills to learn independently and collaboratively for continuous application in the MM program and lifelong. Focus on navigating and sorting information, evaluating sources, and building knowledge. Explore methods for research that embody rigour, reason, and evidence, and that balance sense and sensibility. [1.5 Credits]

Enterprise and Innovation
Explore enterprise commonalities and differences collaboratively, likewise regional, national, and global networking, and other forms of interaction. Deepen knowledge of, and apply, core management subjects such as accounting, finance, marketing, people management, information technology and strategy. [9 Credits]

Leading and Citizenship
Study professional and citizenship obligations within and between organizations, institutions and communities—regionally, nationally, and globally. Reflect collaboratively and individually to challenge diverse orientations to the social responsibilities of organizations. [3 Credits]

Explore and implement various approaches to oral, written, and other forms of communication. [1.5 Credits]

Study methods of ethical analysis and apply them in analyzing and developing action plans that ensure ethical practice. [1.5 Credits]

Explore impact and implications of systems on management issues and study the managing of systems for maximum effectiveness in regional contexts. [1.5 Credits]

Practical Research Methods
Building on the foundations laid in Approaches to Learning and Research, develop skills in research with particular emphasis on the area of activity on which the participant wishes to focus. [1.5 Credits]

Career Development
Develop and curate a portfolio of work through the Master of Management to support and develop future careers. [1.5 Credits]

Managing Change
Consolidate and integrate material, concepts, and ideas studied in earlier courses. Focus on the importance of people when managing change, including their roles, adaptive capacity, and conflict management. [3 Credits]

Applied Project
Apply what has been learned through the Master of Management program to provide thought leadership and innovative capacity to one or more organizations to help them make progress on an issue they face. [6 Credits]

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