Pursuing graduate studies with the Faculty of Management offers a unique opportunity to work with peers, collaborate with faculty, and explore new knowledge within the academic environment of a leading research university.

Key Graduate Services

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UBC Okanagan Library

The UBC Okanagan Library is central space for scholarly engagement in the heart of the UBCO campus. Access more than 7 million items, both physical and digital, in UBC’s world-class collections.

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Graduate Student Spaces

Our campus offers dedicated spaces for graduate students. Whether you are collaborating on a project or just need quiet study space, there are exclusive graduate spaces you can access while on campus.

Explore Graduate Spaces

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Health and Wellness Centre

Drop-by for confidential services including health assessments & treatment, counselling services, sexual health education and support. Most services are free to students.

Go to the Health and Wellness Centre

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Disability Resource Centre

The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) works with UBC’s Okanagan Campus community to eliminate structural and attitudinal barriers to those with disabilities.

Go to the Disability Resource Centre

Master of Management

Academic Planning & Resources

View all the regulations and requirements for the Master of Management on the Academic Calendar.

Academic requirements

Moodle

Moodle is a mobile-friendly online learning platform where MM students and instructors can hold discussions and submit assignments.

Go to Moodle

Management Librarian

Subject Librarians provide research consultations by phone, email, and in person, and subject specific library instruction and workshops.

Contact Management Librarian


Are you a current MM student and have a question?

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Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies (IGS)

IGS programs are based on a defined area of interdisciplinary study supported by a group of faculty engaged in a common space of interdisciplinary, trans-disciplinary, and/or multidisciplinary research. Students work closely with faculty across departments and disciplines. The IGS structure allows for inter-faculty and inter-campus arrangements to supervise students and offer courses.

Discover Management faculty members who are graduate student supervisors (note graduate supervisors will have a label beside their name).

The College of Graduate Studies is a hub for graduate students during every stage of their academic studies – from thesis formatting help to graduate student study spaces, awards and bursaries, as well as graduate student workshops and events.

Resources for IGS students

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Research

Discover research opportunities, meet faculty advisors, and learn about our many partnerships at UBC and with industry in a wide range of sectors.

Explore FoM research