Master in Management
The University of Winnipeg offers a one of a kind, industry-driven graduate program - a Master in Management (MiM) with a specialization in Technology, Innovation and Operations. The degree was developed in a unique collaborative effort between industry and UWinnipeg's Department of Business & Administration; ensuring students are learning essential applied and professional skills.
With the focus of the MiM in technology, innovation and operations management, the degree is addressing the challenges and opportunities facing organizations in all industries. Innovation has become a priority of most governments, private industry, and community organizations. Technology continues to play a key role in the business world, and in supporting innovative ideas. Operations Management provides a mechanism for companies to understand how all levels of the organizational structure can strategize around these driving forces. The MiM assumes the interplay of these topics in contemporary workplaces.
The MiM degree is suited for career-driven individuals with an undergraduate business degree who are seeking additional management credentials.
The Master in Management (MiM) with a specialization in Technology, Innovation and Operations is a 30-credit hour degree offered in a unique hybrid delivery model. Students will study both on-campus and online.
The program has been developed into three modules.
Module 1 is an intensive, in-person two week introduction to the degree held in August. The courses delivered will be:
Introduction to Technology, Innovation, and Operations Management (3 credits)
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour in Innovative Organizations (3 credits)
Module 2 is the core of the program with six courses delivered in an online format. Generally students studying part time will take one course per University semester. The courses will be:
Business Strategy (3 credits)
Project Management (3 credits)
Strategies in Operations and Supply Chain Management (3 credits)
Information Systems and Knowledge Management (3 credits)
Strategic Management Accounting (3 credits)
Innovation Management (3 credits)
Module 3 concludes the program and will be delivered in an intensive two week capstone session also in August. The courses delivered will be:
Current Trends in Technology, Innovation and Operations Management (3 credits)
Graduate Project (3 credits)
The general admission requirement for the MiM is a 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration or Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree. The minimum acceptable CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) is a 3.0 out of a possible 4.0, equivalent to a "B" on a letter grade scale. The Department of Business & Administration will assess degrees earned outside of Canada to determine their equivalency.
Applications with a non-business degree, a 3-year Bachelor of Business Administration, a professional designation, or extensive professional experience will also be considered. Pre-qualifying courses may be required as determined by the Department of Business & Administration.
For suitable applicants that have not fulfilled the required undergraduate business courses, The University of Winnipeg will be offering a Pre-Masters Qualification through Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE). This Pre-Master Qualification is forthcoming.
The deadline for applications for the first student intake is February 1st, 2017
Applications for the MiM will be accepted online beginning November 8, 2016. For more information, visit: Graduate Studies Application
Domestic Students: $90
International Students: $110
English Language Requirement for International Students: One of the following satisfies our requirement
A minimum TOEFL score of 550 or 213 on the computer-based TOEFL test, is needed
A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 based on Module A, B, or C (the General Training Module is not acceptable)
A passing grade in the highest level (Level 5) of the 14-week Academic English Program offered through Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education at The University of Winnipeg
A minimum overall result of 60 on the Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL)
A score of C on the Cambridge Certificate or Proficiency in English (CPE) exam
a minimum score of 80% on the Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)
Successful completion of Academic English Program for University and College Entrance (AEPUCE) offered through the University of Manitoba and Red River College
The test should be or have been taken within two years of the date a completed application is filed.
For more detailed information, please contact the Graduate Studies Admissions Office at:
Graduate Studies AdmissionsThe University of Winnipeg1BC10 - 515 Portage AveWinnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2E9CanadaPhone: 204-786-9309Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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