Develop the Management Skills You Need to Succeed

Jump start your career with Providence’s Master of Management (MM). This program offers students a solid foundation of business training and leadership development to launch you into a professional career.

This two-year program in downtown Winnipeg is open to students from a variety of educational backgrounds; apply with a bachelor’s degree from nearly any discipline! Build on the knowledge and expertise you acquired in your undergraduate studies and develop the management skills necessary to succeed.

You’ll also have the opportunity to build relationships and expand your network through our international classroom, collaborating with students from around the world. The program includes the option of a paid internship, where you can gain valuable experience that will count toward your degree!

Program Options
Master of Management 2 Years
Program Details

The Master of Management is a two-year, 36 credit-hour program for students who hold a bachelor’s degree from nearly any discipline (e.g., BA, BSc, BEd, BTh), designed with international students in mind.

The program enhances students’ interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication, and problem-solving and decision-making abilities, as well as expanding their understanding of research techniques and applications.

Students typically take 3 courses per semester, usually completing the program in 20 months. The schedule includes a one-semester break after the second semester of study.

NOTE: Successful completion of the program makes international students eligible to apply for the Government of Canada’s three-year Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

 

Program Courses

Program Courses

The Master of Management is a 36 credit-hour degree program earned by taking the following core requirements:

  • Managing Organizational Behaviour (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Human Resource Management (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Managerial Economics (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Managerial Ethics & Decision Making (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Managing Diversity in Organizations (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Managing Organizational Change (3 cr. hrs.)
  • International Business Management (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Managing Leadership in Organizations (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Strategic Management (3 cr. hrs.)
  • Internship or Applied Research Project (9 cr. hrs.)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please defer to the Academic Calendar for full information and course lists. If there are discrepancies between the information listed here and in the Academic Calendar, the Academic Calendar is definitive.

 

Admissions

Entrance requirements include:

  • You are required to have an undergraduate degree with a minimum of 90 credits in any field and CGPA of 3.0 (B) on a 4.0 Grading scale (or equivalent).
    See admission requirements by country.

THE NEXT STEP is to start your application.

Here is an admissions checklist to help you with the process.

  1. Complete an application with the support of an educational representative.
  2. Official transcripts must be sent to Providence directly from your educational institution or via a WES ICAP course-by-course verification. Visit the WES website for more details.
  3. Provide Providence with a copy of your English Language Proficiency Test scores.
  4. Provide a copy of a valid passport.
  5. Submit your non-refundable $100 CAD application fee through PayMyTuition.

NOTE: All international students must obtain a study visa from the Government of Canada (Immigration and Citizenship) in order to be eligible to study at Providence.

We have a team ready to help you with your application.

Contact MMprogram@prov.ca!

 

Tuition

Tuition for full program = $33,550 (Graduate tuition estimate includes textbooks; does not include fees, health insurance, accommodation & living expenses)

Cost for first year of program = $16,775 (Graduate tuition estimate includes textbooks; does not include fees, health insurance, accommodation & living expenses)

Please note that Providence reserves the right to change the tuition cost. This is a finance estimate; prices are subject to change July 1.

 

Faculty

Nicole Barnabé
Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Paata Brekashvili
Associate Professor of Business Administration

Bruce Duggan

Bruce Duggan
Associate Professor of Management

 

Career Options

Master of Management grads are well-prepared to jump into their careers. Their unique combination of skills and experience can make them attractive to companies with opportunities for advancement, especially when their undergraduate degree is in a field other than business. For example, a student with a BEng degree would find that the management and leadership training offered by the Master of Management (MM) degree serves as an excellent complement to the hard skills gained from their previous studies, giving them an advantage over someone with a BEng alone.

 

Questions?
Contact Us

MMprogram@prov.ca