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Spring 2018

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The Master of Management is a program specifically designed for a cohort of international students. Students enrolled in the program may select a concentration from one of the four following fields: 1) Manufacturing; 2) Logistics and Supply Chain Management; 3) Human Resource Management; and 4) International Accounting and Finance. Please note that these concentrations are approved, but not necessarily offered. For more information contact the Centre for Executive and Professional Education at

Admission Requirements

Admission to the Master of Management program will be open to applicants who meet the following criteria:

1) Bachelor-level degree in an acceptable discipline from an academic institution approved by the University of Windsor;

2) The equivalent of a 70% average in undergraduate studies;

3) Where appropriate a TOEFL score of at least 560 (or proof of equivalent English language proficiency, such as MELAB or CAEL tests);

4) A successful interview with a representative from the Odette School of Business.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 13

As with the regular M.B.A. program, all required courses are offered by the Odette School of Business Administration. In this program students will follow a prescribed sequence of courses in cohort fashion, with no electives. In addition, the academic program itself will be preceded by an intensive 8-week program of English language instruction and introductory courses to Canadian culture and business practices.

Pre-program: Intensive ESL instruction and orientation to Canadian culture and business practices.

All Fields
78-611. Accounting concepts and techniques
78-612. Finance in a global perspective
78-613. Managing employees
78-614. Marketing
78-600-01/-02. Business Communications, Parts 1 and 2 (delivered over two consecutive terms)
78-631. International Business
78-632. Quantitative Studies
78-651. Business Strategy (capstone course)

Manufacturing Field
78-633. Introduction to Business Logistics Management
78-634. Leadership and Organizational Change
78-652. Marketing Strategy and Planning
78-653. Manufacturing Strategy
78-654. Manufacturing and Globalization (Stream capstone)

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Field
78-633. Introduction to Business Logistics Management
78-635. Purchasing and Procurement
78-655. Domestic Transportation and International Shipping
78-656. Quantitative Analysis for Logistics and Supply Chain Management
78-657. Supply Chain Management (Stream capstone)

International Accounting and Finance Field
78-636. International Financial Reporting
78-637. International Financial Management
78-661. Consolidated financial statements
78-662. Accounting Systems Control and Auditing
78-663. Corporate Governance (Stream capstone)

Human Resources Management Field
78-638. Human Resources Management
78-634. Leadership and Organizational Change
78-665. International Management
78-666. Managing for High Performance
78-667. Current HR Trends (Stream capstone)

That the stream be included on the diploma parchment:
Master of Management, International Accounting and Finance
Master of Management, Logistic and Supply Chain Management
Master of Management, Manufacuturing Management
Master of Management, Human Resources Management