Master of Organizational Management – International

Master of Organizational Management – International

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    This program offers three enrollment opportunities through the academic year (September, January, and May).

    Special Program Highlights:

    • This is a non-traditional program created to serve international students who hold a Bachelor’s degree from any discipline (e.g. B.B.A., B.A., B.Sc., B.Ed., B.Th.).
    • Each course is delivered two nights per week for four weeks. Students take only one course at a time.
    • Classes are small and personal.
    • 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.
    • Classes are taught by professors who are highly qualified and experienced in their area of expertise.
    • Professors are excellent educators who typically build strong relationships with students.
    • The delivery pattern of the program allows students the flexibility to find part time employment in Moncton, if desired (and permitted by their study visa).
    • Successful completion of the program makes one eligible to apply for the Government of Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

    Program Requirements

    Required Courses (24 credit hours):

    Course ID Course Name
    OM6733 Organizational Behaviour
    OM6713 Strategic Organizational Management
    OM6013 Managing Organizations and Social Change
    OM6313 Financial Management in Organizations
    OM6103 Vision and Management
    OM6743 Organizational Culture & Communication
    OM6213 Leading Organizational Change
    OM6223 Corporate Social Responsibility & Managerial Ethics

    Electives (Any two of the following, 6 credit hours):

    Course ID Course Name
    OM6033 Non-Profit Issues and Management
    OM6023 Managing Organizations Across Borders & Cultures

    International Academic Programs Team

    Dannie Brown D.B.A.

    Dean of International Academic Programs

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    Erin Bateman, B.A.

    Program Administrator - International Academic Programs

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    Dieu Hack-Polay Ph.D. Ed.D.

    Assistant Professor of Business, International Academic Programs

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    More Information

    Learn more about international admissions at Crandall University

    All International Students must obtain a study visa from the Government of Canada – Immigration and Citizenship in order to be eligible to study at Crandall University.

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