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Master of Science in Management (MScM)

Overview

Work with leading thinkers and applied researchers to learn about the complex problems facing modern organizations. You will develop your program of study and thesis research working with a faculty supervisor from the AACSB-accredited Ted Rogers School of Management, Canada’s preeminent entrepreneurial-focused business school. Students gain qualitative and quantitative research skills across several management disciplines and pursue research careers in industry and academia.

Degree awarded: MScM

Administered by: Ted Rogers School of Management

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Curriculum

Course Code Degree Requirements: Master of Science in Management Credits

 

Master's Thesis

(Milestone)

SM8000

Research Seminar

pass/fail

SM8103

Applied Research Methods I

1

SM8104

Applied Research Methods II

1

 

Four Elective credits

4

Electives

Course code Course title Credits

SM8219

Theories of Tech and Orgs

1

SM8700

Directed Reading: Accounting

1

SM8701

Directed Reading: Bus Tech Mgmt

1

SM8702

Directed Reading: Econ & Mgmt Sci

1

SM8703

Directed Reading: Finance

1

SM8704

Directed Reading: Entrp & Strategy

1

SM8705

Directed Reading: Glbl Mgmt Studies

1

SM8706

Directed Reading: Health Serv Mgmt

1

SM8708

Directed Reading: Hosp Tourism Mgmt

1

SM8709

Directed Reading: HR Mgmt & Org Beh

1

SM8710

Directed Reading: Law & Business

1

SM8711

Directed Reading: Marketing Mgmt

1

SM8712

Directed Reading: Real Estate Mgmt

1

SM8713

Directed Reading: Retail Mgmt

1

SM8721

Service Innovation Management

1

SM8722

Special Topics

1

SM8723

Advanced Data Analytics in Business

1

SM8901

Directed Readings

1

 

With Program approval, selected electives from the MBA and MBA/MTI programs

SM8000 Research Seminar
Pass/Fail

SM8103 Applied Research Methods I
Students are introduced to quantitative and qualitative research techniques, with particular emphasis on their application to the field of management. Antirequisite: MT8101, MT8102. 1 Credit

SM8104 Applied Research Methods II
This course is a continuation of SM8103. In this course, students will refine their research question, develop expertise in the specific methodology to be used for their thesis research, and will develop a research proposal. 1 Credit

SM8219 Theories of Technology and Organizations
This course will offer graduate students the opportunity to read, under the guidance of senior research faculty, seminal research in the field of information systems. The expectation is that students will find this course an effective vehicle to develop broad and deep knowledge of their field of study upon which they can develop a research program and thesis. Antirequisite MT8219 1 Credit

SM8700 Directed Reading: Accounting
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Accounting, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8701 Directed Reading: Bus Tech Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Business Technology Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8702 Directed Reading: Econ & Mgmt Sci
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Economics and Management Science, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8703 Directed Reading: Finance
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Finance, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8704 Directed Reading: Entrp & Strategy
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Entrepreneurship & Strategy, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8705 Directed Reading: Glbl Mgmt Studies
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Global Management Studies, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8706 Directed Reading: Health Serv Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Health Services Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8707 Directed Reading: Health Info Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Health Information Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8708 Directed Reading: Hosp Tourism Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Hospitality and Tourism Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8709 Directed Reading: HR Mgmt & Org Beh
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to HR Management and Organizational Behaviour, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8710 Directed Reading: Law & Business
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Law & Business, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8711 Directed Reading: Marketing Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Marketing Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8712 Directed Reading: Real Estate Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Real Estate Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8713 Directed Reading: Retail Mgmt
This course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to Retail Management, while working with a faculty supervisor. 1 Credit

SM8721 Service Innovation Management
This course would be of interest for those in the service sector at large (banking and finance, technology, retail, hospitality and tourism, health, education, etc.). It prepares students for enlightened management: Outstanding service organizations are managed differently than their competitors. Their actions are based on a specific understanding of how success is achieved and about satisfying clients. The results show not only in terms of conventional measures of performance but also in the enthusiasm of the employees and level of customer satisfaction. Beginning with the service encounter, service managers must innovate to blend marketing, technology, people, and information to achieve a distinctive competitive advantage. This course will study service management from an integrated viewpoint with a focus on service design, service quality management, and customer satisfaction. Antirequisite MT8721 1 Credit.

SM8722 Special Topics
This course examines selected topics in areas related to the program that are not covered by existing courses. The topic(s) will vary depending on the needs and interests of the students and the instructor. The particular course description will be announced prior to scheduling the course.

SM8723 Advanced Data Analytics in Business
This course prepares graduate students in business and management to determine how changes in policy or strategy affect outcomes. Relying on the basic Regression model, this hands-on course prepares students to define the research question, identify a counterfactual, estimate the empirical model, and make inferences about the efficacy of the strategy/policy. 1 Credit

SM8901 Directed Readings
The directed readings course is intended to permit the student to survey a coherent body of literature in an area of study related to the student’s field of study. 1 Credit