Featured Profile | University of Lethbridge

University of Lethbridge, Master of Science in Management

Visit School Website Request FREE Info

Program Overview

The University of Lethbridge MSc (Management) degree is a proven alternative to the traditional MBA, and focuses on building competencies in research. This intensive program provides students with the knowledge and hands-on experience to conduct rigorous and scholarly investigation into a business or management issue in the discipline of Accounting, Finance, Human Resources & Labour Relations, Information Systems, Marketing, Policy & Strategy or International Management. Whether the students career goals are within academia, research or the corporate sector, the graduate program will provide a value-added experience that will lead to many new employment opportunities to explore.

Highlights

 Excellent preparation for a PhD
 Supportive cohort experience
 Graduate Fellowships to fund tudies
 Rigorous research training
 Individual workspace, computers and software provided

Admissions & Tuition

 

Information For International Students

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Admissions Criteria
 Minimum GPA: 3.0
 Minimum Work Experience: No Set Minimum
English Language Proficiency  (Minimum Score)
      IELTS: 6.5
      TOEFL (Computer-based): 237.0
      TOEFL (Internet-based): 93.0
      TOEFL (Paper-based): 580.0
Deadlines (Month/Day)
 Application: March 1
 Notification of Acceptance: April 30
Fees (C$)
 International Application Fee: 60
 Total Tuition for Program: 19,200
 Total Fees for Program (excluding books): 945
 Total Cost of Program (excluding books): 20,145

Programs/Credentials Offered

Specialized Master's Degree in Business

Fields of Study

Accounting
Brand & Product Management
Consumer Behaviour
Economics & Statistics
Sustainability & Environmental Management
Finance & Finance Management
Human Resources Management
Management of Information Systems
Insurance & Risk Management
International Management
Leadership
Marketing Research
Marketing Management
Nonprofit Management
Retail Management
Taxation
Business & Public Policy
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Communications Technology Management
Multinational Management
Quantitative Methods
Strategic Management & Policy

Buildings & Facilities

The program will be moved into a new building, Markin Hall, for Fall 2010 admission. This new facility boasts state of the art video-conferencing technology, and a real-time trading room for Finance students.

Campus Gallery