Master Programs in Canada

Compare 88 Top Masters Programs in Canada 2016/2017

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Canada has one of the highest living standards in the world and is consistently ranked in the top 10 on the UN’s Human Development Index. Being a member of both the Commonwealth and the Francophonie, a grouping of French-speaking countries, Canada offers a rich cultural heritage and many ties to its European founders. In addition to providing outstanding educational opportunities in both English and French, Canada is one of the most desirable places to live in the world. Canada boasts beautiful landscapes, low crime rates, clean cities, excellent health care and a tech savvy population. Despite its small population, Canada has some of the finest institutions of higher education in the world and master’s degrees from Canada are widely recognized for their high quality.

Canadians realize the importance of a good education, and this is why public education in Canada is funded by federal, provincial and local governments. Canada has one of the highest enrollment rates in the world for students who have graduated from secondary school continuing on to post-secondary education, that is, university-level education. There are plenty of Masters degrees in Canada to choose from for students from all over the world, creating a diverse educational environment.

Although Canada has several types of higher education institutes, only universities offer masters degree programs. Hundreds of master’s programs are available, from the arts to engineering to MBAs. General requirements for students applying for a masters degree program include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, reference letters, a written application regarding the student’s interest in the degree program, and a standardized test such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). International students who are not native English speakers may also need to take the TOEFL.

Tuition is very low for Canadian citizens. For international students, tuition varies widely depending upon the school and program, from a low of around $2,000 per year up to about $35,000 per year at the high end. Schools in the smaller provinces (e.g., Newfoundland) are generally less expensive than schools in the larger provinces (e.g., British Columbia). Individual institutions award scholarships to international students who have demonstrated high academic achievement; interested students should apply directly to the specific institution and Masters Program they want to attend.

The length of a masters degree in Canada depends upon the university, the academic discipline, and whether the student attends full time or part time. Programs range from one to two years and usually include a mixture of coursework and research. Some programs require a full thesis, while others require a project or even an internship.

Canada loves international students, as demonstrated by the more than 200,000 of them studying there! In addition to providing a bi-lingual, multi-cultural environment with great winter sports, Canadian schools provide excellent value for all students, with relatively low tuition rates and high quality schools – four universities in the 2012 Shanghai World University Rankings top 100 and five MBA schools in the 2012 Financial Times Rankings top 100. Graduates of programs will find many opportunities to work in Canada whether or not they are Canadian residents. Major Canadian industries include banking, petroleum, forestry, fishing, agriculture and aerospace.

Canadian universities offer masters degrees in just about everything you can imagine.

Take the next step toward your future education by browsing the different masters degrees below. Once you’ve found a program that’s right for you, contact the specific university if you have additional questions.

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CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM)

CEMS - The Global Alliance in Management Education
Campus Full time 1 year September 2016 Canada London

The CEMS MIM is a postgraduate, pre-experience degree open to a select group of students enrolled on a Master’s programme in one of 28 leading institutions [+]

CEMS MIM Master’s in International Management 

CEMS is a strategic alliance of business schools, multinational companies and NGOs that together offer the CEMS Master's in International Management (MIM). The CEMS administrative officeis located on the HEC campus close to Paris, with the programme and corporate relations being managed by a dedicated team within each member school. You will find all CEMS member universities by using the keywords "CEMS" in the Master in Management Compasssearch engine or by clicking on the CEMS partners list below.

The CEMS MIM is a pre-experience postgraduate degree open to multilingual students enrolled in a Master's in Management program at one of the CEMS member schools. Students study at their home university for one semester and then spend a second semester at a different CEMS member school. Some students may even opt to take both semesters abroad, in two different schools (the “tri-national track”). Other key components of the course include: core courses in Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, elective courses, skill seminars, business project and an obligatory international internship.... [-]


12 Month Full Time - Computer Animation, Visual Effects and Game Design

Think Tank Training Centre
Campus 1 year October 2016 Canada Vancouver

The Computer Animation, Visual Effects and Game Design Program at Think Tank Training Centre is an intensive one-year program that specializes in the latest software, techniques and technologies to cater to the needs of the current film, television and gaming industries. [+]

The Computer Animation, Visual Effects and Game Design Program at Think Tank Training Centre in Toronto Canada is an intensive one-year program that specializes in the latest software, techniques and technologies to cater to the needs of the current film, television and gaming industries. The program consists of respected industry professionals as instructors teaching current curriculum, a mentorship program, and small class sizes offering extensive hands-on training. The program is divided into three 15 week semesters, with course integration to allow assignments to overlap and support one another. Upon successful completion of the program and demo reel the students will be awarded a diploma in Computer Animation, Visual Effects and Game Design. 12 Month Diploma Program “I really just want to say that Think Tank is a special school. I was hired by Bioware with the demo reel I made, and after being hired I found out that I beat out a few senior guys from other studios for the position.” Shawn Kassian - Environment Artist - Bioware “Being a student at Think Tank made me feel like I was in an exclusive school for artists seeking to achieve the highest of standards in CG creation.” Adar Bronstein - Senior 3D Modeling & Texturing Artist - ICON Creative Studio “It was a family more than a school, really. A great, supportive family that was always there to help out if I was having trouble with anything, and one that was dedicated to seeing me succeed.” Liam Jones - Technical Animator - MPC “At Think Tank the school not only cared about my success but also did everything in their power to make sure I had the tools and skills required to succeed in the industry.” Tanner Roberts - Environment Artist - EA Popcap “Think Tank surpassed my expectations of what I thought a good vfx school would be. Not only do they provide the academic foundations and resources for artists to learn and grow, Scott and Joe make it their priority to ensure a safe, comfortable, and welcoming environment for students to work in.” Emily Luk - Jr Texture Artist - Image Engine Design Inc Semester 1 3D Animation This course begins with a brief history of animation. Students will then explore the different methods of key-frame animating: keying pose to pose, straight ahead, path animation, and how to edit the animation using the f-curve editor. Students will also explore simple walks and runs for biped and quadruped characters. 3D Modeling Modeling 100 will introduce the students to the concepts and processes of creating three dimensional objects within a virtual environment. They will learn all aspects of polygon modeling as they create a variety of objects, including environments and sets, vehicles, and organic characters. Introduction to Brush based modeling using Mudbox will also be covered during the latter half of the course. Classsical & Flash Animation Students develop drawing skills while learning the principles of squash and stretch, follow-through and overlapping action, anticipation, timing, key frames, and in-between-ing. Lessons in character animation and storyboarding explore the elements necessary to bring an animation to life. This course builds a foundation for 3D classes to follow. Digital Imaging 100 This module provides an in-depth exploration of Adobe Photoshop, the industry standard for digital imaging. Students work on the basics of image editing, color correction, color management, preparing files for print and exporting images. Once the basics of Photoshop are covered, students will begin to use these tools to texture a variety of objects, thus preparing them for more advanced 3D texturing software. Exercises prepare students for a real-world production environment. Maya 100 Maya 100 will introduce students to Autodesk Maya, an advanced 3D animation and content creation software package. The course is taught in Autodesk Maya, but focuses on 3D principles and workflow. Everything from Materials and UVs to Shaders, Rigging, Overrides and Passes is covered in detail. This course prepares students for other classes and brings many different industry components together. Texturing 100 In this course students are introduced to the world of texturing. Tools such as photoshop, ndo and Marmoset will be used to provide real-time feedback when texturing props, environments and characters. This course will prepare students for their more advanced texturing course in semester 2. Semester 2 3D Animation 200 From simple mechanical animations the students will now focus on the basics of character animation. Giving a synthetic character “life” is the goal. Using Maya, students will study acting to dialogue, facial animation, timing, editing animations with F-curves, and all the principles that make an animation great. Using Forward and Inverse Kinematics to pose and animate characters, students will tackle a variety of situations that they will face in the real world of production as a character animator. Students will also learn the significant impact rigging plays in successful animation and what factors make a good or bad character rig. Video Rotoscoping will be used as a visual aid to the animator. 3D Modeling 200 In this second (more advanced) modeling module, students will build upon their skills founded in Modeling 100. Attention to detail will be key as students learn to build an “animation- proficient” character with proper topology. Additional techniques will be introduced to add realistic detail to models and speed up modeling times. Efficient yet impressive sets and props will be incorporated with other production pipeline classes to achieve a realistic look. This class also includes learning supplementary tools and software to support a variety of modeling and creation pipelines. Acting For Animation 200 This course introduces students to the fundamental principles of acting for the purpose of creating animation. The exercises will teach students how to perform actions differently for various characters and personalities: how to properly do anticipations and reactions for each action; how to do verbal and non-verbal acting, acting between two characters, increasing imagination and creativity and how to act with body language first and facial acting second. Advanced Lighting 200 This course focuses on lighting and shading in a way that will enable artists to better understand how to use any rendering application. Using Maya/Vray, students will have their minds blown when they learn how limited their perception of materials, light and shadow has been all of their lives. When they apply this new understanding to lighting and shading in CG, they will find themselves ahead of the pack in any software. The second half of this course is designed to get students up to speed with the 3D painting package from The Foundry. Emphases are on the integration of Mari into the student’s demo reel workflow and the development of photorealistic textures. Advanced Texturing 200 This course is an in-depth exploration of Texture Painting for Visual Effects. Students will learn the ins-and-outs of the latest 3D painting packages and utilize the programs to create photo-realistic textures using a combination of photo projections and hand painting techniques. The course will take an in-depth look at a variety of materials and surfaces such as metals, skin, glass and wet surfaces and how to use a combination of texturing and shading in V-ray for Maya to replicate these materials. Students in this course will take their models to the next level, and will be able to integrate them into live action footage and games seamlessly! Compositing & Visual Effects 200 In this course, students are introduced to the world of the visual effects artist and the skills and techniques that are used in the field. We discuss how effects are created and how they are integrated into live-action and CG plates. Our goal is to give the students a good understanding of how movie magic is achieved. Particles, mattes, color keying, camera tracking, stabilization, and using simple yet effective effects such as glows, flares, depth of field, and color correction to achieve a “photo-real” look will be covered. This course is essential to the understanding of various methods of compositing in order to achieve esthetically beautiful and believable imagery. Digital Sculpting 200 The purpose of Digital sculpting 200 is to teach students the necessary tools to be able to function effectively in a professional working pipeline. This course introduces students to the new techniques and possibilities that Zbrush provides. Students will develop strong fundamentals of pose / proportion. Students will also learn all the necessary techniques to effectively finish sculpting a model and prepare it for pipeline production. Students will also learn how to work between Zbrush and other major 3D applications (such as Mudbox) for superior results. Game Design 200 Throughout this course, students learn how to work with art assets in the CryEngine game engine and apply what they learn to a class project. While working on the project, students get to focus on and learn what they want to pursue as a career. Topics covered include normal map generation and painting, advanced UV techniques, importing geometry, collision meshes, animation systems, and more. Students will feel more than comfortable within the CryEngine, have the knowledge to adapt to any realtime/game work environment, and know how to keep their digital assets efficient and of high quality. Maya 200 In Maya 200, you will learn the basics of modeling, lighting, texturing and animating a scene using Maya. Students gain an understanding of the interface and workflow of Maya and how to interpret tools and principals learned in Softimage to this alternate platform. The emphasis is placed on the technical aspects of Maya with rigging being a major focus. Mentored Lab 200 During a Monitored Lab you will be reviewing your progress on current running projects assigned in various classes throughout the week. Each class is structured to provide individual coaching for each student in order to ensure goals and timelines are met on all assignments. A senior academic advisor or TA is made available during Monitored Lab to coach, critique and troubleshoot as needed any problems that arise. Monitored Lab ensures each student gets the necessary help needed in between classes. Production Pipeline 200 Production 200 allows students the time needed to develop and deploy their final demo reel concepts. The class will also focus on developing the relationship the student will need to get started in the industry after graduation. Outings to mainstream studios in Vancouver and visits from top industry professionals will serve to inspire and guide students to create viable demo reels that will get them hired by the employer of their choice. Traditional Sculpting 200 Our Sculpture class is a chance for students to get their hands dirty. Taught by Gideon Hay, an industry veteran for sculpts, maquettes, and props in Vancouver, in this class students are introduced to the basics of building character maquettes, armatures and the use of scalpel as a modelling tool. Anatomy, texture, proportion, and character design will be discussed as well as how they are used in a real production situation. It's also a chance for students to change gears and enjoy making cool art without a computer. Character Creation 200 In this 7 week extended workshop students will learn how to go from a sculpted model to a production ready and efficient game model. Emphasis will be on workflow and problem solving so that when students are finished the course, they will have a production ready model. Confidence is essential when entering the final demo reel semester, and this course will solidify student's knowledge base on all things character creation. Semester 3 Advanced Shading & Rendering 300 Advanced Rendering and Engines supports students in their demo reel semester with regard to rendering and outputting their created content. Students will feel comfortable rendering in VRay and have the knowledge to create complex materials and lighting situations while keeping their renders efficient. Students will also learn how to utilize a render farm for maximum efficiency and pipeline experience. Career Management 300 Once a student leaves the nest and lands that first job they are faced with a myriad of financial decisions. This course is designed to take the mystery out of topics like: - Getting your foot in the door of the company of your choice - Giving a great interview (or “how to sell yourself”) - Managing your student loan - RSPs and how they are a benefit - Mortgages and why they are easier than you think - How to invest in stocks, GICs and mutual funds and why they make good sense - Freelancing and/or starting your own company. Demo Reel Authoring 300 This course is the last step to getting your demo reel into a format that properly showcases your work. Outputting to video as well as putting together your own online portfolio will be covered. Understanding Interface design, compression, formats, editing and sound engineering will enable students to make a knockout original presentation that sells your skills and talents. Packaging and overall presentation will also be a focus of this course. Mentoring 300 During third semester, the students will be paired up with a personal mentor who is currently working in the industry. The mentor will coach the student one-on-one through the demo reel process and will provide feedback, advice and critiques. The students will meet with the mentor once a week, and will be given goals and timelines in order to properly structure their very intense final semester. Monitored Lab During a Monitored Lab you will be reviewing your progress on current running projects assigned in various classes throughout the week. Each class is structured to provide individual coaching for each student in order to ensure goals and timelines are met on all assignments. A senior academic advisor or TA is made available during Monitored Lab to coach, critique and troubleshoot as needed any problems that arise. Monitored Lab ensures each student gets the necessary help needed in between classes. Production 300 Production 300 is designed to monitor the progress of the students throughout their final (mentorship) semester. Students are interviewed every two weeks to insure mentors are effective, time is managed well, and resources are accessed and utilized in an efficient manner. This is a good forum for students to discuss new concepts and technical hurdles. [-]

Mastère Professionnel SDS Management de Projets Culturels

ESMAC : École Supérieure des Métiers des Arts appliqués et de la Culture
Online Part time 2 years Open Enrollment Canada Canada Online

Le MASTERE PROFESSIONNEL SDS® MANAGEMENT DE PROJETS CULTURELS est un diplôme européen délivré par l’INSHED. La formation permet d’être professionnellement opérationnel dès le début de votre carrière et de bénéficier d’une bonne employabilité, au-delà même de votre pays d’origine. [+]

Masters in Canada 2016/2017. FORMATION Suivre sa formation en e-learning Gérer un projet culturel dans sa globalité Manager une équipe Envisager et saisir les réalités économiques et les enjeux de la fonction managériale Gérer des projets dans une approche globale et intégrée Renforcer son niveau d’anglais pour un usage professionnel efficace. Elaborer et concevoir un projet pérenne. ÉBOUCHÉS PROFESSIONNELS Le MASTERE PROFESSIONNEL SDS® MANAGEMENT DE PROJETS CULTURELS est un diplôme européen délivré par l’INSHED. La formation permet d’être professionnellement opérationnel dès le début de votre carrière et de bénéficier d’une bonne employabilité, au-delà même de votre pays d’origine. TAUX DE RÉUSSITE Taux de réussite 100% aux sessions d’examen d’octobre 2015 Admission Pour amorcer votre projet de formation, rien de plus simple, il vous suffit de télécharger la présentation détaillée de la formation qui vous intéresse. A partir de ce moment-là : Nous vous accompagnons dans votre réflexion, Nous réfléchissons avec vous sur l’adéquation de votre parcours avec la formation choisie, Nous validons avec vous tous les aspects pratiques (stage, examens, emploi, alternance…), Nous vous conseillons également sur les différents financements possibles, Et bien sûr, nos conseils, comme la prise en charge de votre dossier, sont gracieux. [-]

LLM in General Law

OsgoodePD - Osgoode Hall Law School - York University
Campus Full time Part time 12 - 24 months March 2017 Canada Toronto + 1 more

Osgoode’s various LLM specializations provide graduate-level learning across a number of disciplines. The General [+]

The General LLM is open only to applicants who hold an LLB or JD. Osgoode’s various LLM specializations provide graduate-level learning across a number of disciplines. The General LLM gives you the flexibility to build a program that includes three major areas of interest. Flexibility and Customization. In the Professional General LLM, you can choose courses from multiple LLM specializations being offered during your time of study and have the flexibility to build a program that includes two or three major areas of interest. The General LLM provides a high level of customization for lawyers wishing to craft a unique program of study drawing from over 50 LLM courses a year. Areas of Specialization The General LLM requires a declaration of three (3)* areas of specialization at the time of application. Choose from: - Administrative Law - Banking and Financial Services Law - Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law - Business Law - Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution - Constitutional Law - Criminal Law and Procedure - Energy and Infrastructure Law - Family Law - Health Law - Intellectual Property Law - Labour Relations and Employment Law - Securities Law - Tax Law *International Business Law, Canadian Common Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution cannot be declared as one of the three (3) areas of interest for the General LLM. A limited number of ADR courses are available to students in the General LLM. In general, students in the General LLM will craft a plan of study by taking courses from each of the three declared areas specializations. The exact number of credits taken from each specialization can vary. Students can also take courses outside of the three declared areas of specialization, provided the selections are consistent with the plan of study and with approval. [-]

LLM

University of Manitoba
Campus Full time 1 - 3 years September 2016 Canada Winnipeg

A Robson Hall education is a passport to accomplish ground breaking legal work anywhere in the world. For over 100 years, Robson Hall Faculty of Law has been renowned for its dynamic and interdisciplinary approach to the study of law. As the only law school in Manitoba, Robson Hall enjoys a strong, exclusive relationship with practicing lawyers and judges in the community who teach and mentor students throughout their studies. Robson Hall offers an exceptional education paired with supports and opportunities to build a successful legal career. [+]

Masters in Canada 2016/2017. A Robson Hall education is a passport to accomplish ground breaking legal work anywhere in the world. For over 100 years, Robson Hall Faculty of Law has been renowned for its dynamic and interdisciplinary approach to the study of law. As the only law school in Manitoba, Robson Hall enjoys a strong, exclusive relationship with practicing lawyers and judges in the community who teach and mentor students throughout their studies. Robson Hall offers an exceptional education paired with supports and opportunities to build a successful legal career. Degree options J.D. Juris Doctor - 3 years LL.M. Master of Law - 1 years Interesting courses The Art of the Deal Popular Culture and the Law Aboriginal Law & Policy Unique opportunities Robson Hall Students participate in moot courts and mock trials. They work in legal clinics and represent real clients and shadow judges in their courtrooms and chamber. They also compete in national and international advocacy and negotiation competitions. Professional opportunities Lawyer Arbitrator/Mediator Business Advisor Judge Politician Professor Sports agent What is unique about this program at the U of M? The J.D. degree gives students a strong foundation of doctrinal courses. These mandatory/core course requirements graduate students who emerge well equipped and prepared to enter the legal profession. From the foundational courses students can move into legal specialities, including: Aboriginal Law & Policy, Business Law and Human Rights. Additionally there are many opportunities for clinical or hands-on learning. Further, Robson Hall is renowned for our Advocacy Program which builds progressively throughout year each of study. The LL.M. Program is thesis based, allowing students the flexibility to choose what area of research they want to focus on. The choice is theirs when they choose Robson Hall's LL.M. Program [-]

Directors Education Program

Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
Campus Part time 12 days September 2016 Canada Vancouver

This program is designed to help directors fill knowledge gaps they encounter in the boardroom and to practice what they learn. Participants include experienced and aspiring directors from a variety of backgrounds. [+]

Directors Education Program-- Better Directors, Better Boards, Better BusinessThis program is designed to help directors fill knowledge gaps they encounter in the boardroom and to practice what they learn. Participants include experienced and aspiring directors from a variety of backgrounds.

Benefits of Attending

Attending this seminar will help you:

build the necessary competencies to be an effective director develop a set of tools for assessing and adapting to future challenges in the boardroom monitor and advise management with confidence understand current “best practices” in corporate governance enhance corporate performance ... [-]

Master of Global Business (MGB)

Peter B. Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria
Campus Full time 12 - 16 months Canada

One year, three countries and a global internship Twelve months to travel in up to four different countries, where you'll live, work, study and experience how business is done globally. Up for the challenge? [+]

One year, three countries and a global internship

The  Master of Global Business (MGB) degree is a rigorous one-year master's degree in global business is specifically designed for new and recent graduates with a bachelor's degree in business, commerce or management, who want to experience a unique and exciting graduate business education.

Take charge - choose your own path around the world

Our Master of Global Business is the only degree program in Canada that is set in three  different countries, among North America, Asia, Europe and sub-Saharan Africa.

Immerse yourself fully within these diverse business contexts for a well-rounded global business path:

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Master of Design (MDes)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2016 Canada Halifax

The Master of Design is a one-year program. Over the course of three semesters, beginning in May of every year, students take 42 credits of prescribed Studio and Liberal Arts and Sciences courses, and complete a graduate thesis/degree project. The emphasis of the Program is on [+]

Master of Design

The Master of Design is a one-year program. Over the course of three semesters, beginning in May of every year, students take 42 credits of prescribed Studio and Liberal Arts and Sciences courses, and complete a graduate thesis/degree project. The emphasis of the Program is on practice-led research, hence every student’s degree project will be one that focuses on new knowledge gained through reflective practice. Students will present their research through their design work, accompanied by an extended written paper; by a public presentation, and in appropriate circumstances in a group exhibition.

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Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

Adler School of Professional Psychology
Campus Full time September 2016 Canada Vancouver

The Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program prepares students for the general practice of professional clinical psychology with particular focus on socially responsible practice [+]

Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

The Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program prepares students for the general practice of professional clinical psychology with particular focus on socially responsible practice that includes education and training regarding the broader social and systemic factors that contribute to human dysfunction.

Our Psy.D. program aligns with the scholar-practitioner model of training and education developed by the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology to develop knowledge, skills, and values in seven core competency areas: relationship, assessment, intervention, research and evaluation, consultation and education, management and supervision, and individual and cultural diversity.... [-]


Master of Management - Co-operatives and Credit Unions

Saint Mary's University Sobey School of Business
Online & Campus Combined 3 years September 2016 Canada Halifax

Saint Mary’s University offers two international management programs that provide exceptional management skills to current and future co-operative leaders. Designed for working professionals seeking a [+]

Master of Management - Co-operatives and Credit Unions

Saint Mary’s University offers two international management programs that provide exceptional management skills to current and future co-operative leaders. Designed for working professionals seeking a part-time program geared to co-operatives, the programs draw students, faculty, and researchers from around the globe and from a diversity of co-operatives and credit unions. Graduates and students come from various countries and faculty hail from Canada, the United States, New Zealand, and England.

Master of Management, Co-operatives and Credit Unions

Graduate Diploma in Co-operative Management

Throughout the curriculum, management functions are explored within the context of the co-operative business model while being driven by the purpose, values and principles of co-operation. Beyond the development of a deep understanding of the history and evolution of the co-operative movement, learning encompasses governance, strategy, leadership, and people management skills through to accounting, finance, marketing, and information technology.... [-]


Master of International Business Management (IMBA)

Westford School of Management
Campus or Online Full time Part time 12 months Open Enrollment Canada Canada Online + 1 more

This course is structured in a manner that the learner will receive dual certification, Postgraduate Advanced Diploma in International Business Management, awarded by Cambridge International Qualifications, UK and a Master of International Business Administration awarded by Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy. This MBA is accredited by Ministry of Education, Italy and Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), United States, hence the MBA has dual accreditation from Europe and US.The University also comes under the ENIC NARIC Approved Universities and is recognized worldwide. [+]

Masters in Canada 2016/2017. Master of International Business Administration, Awarded by Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy. Guglielmo Marconi is a world-class university promoting the use of innovative learning methodologies and an approach based on the development of interdisciplinary knowledge, skills and competences with a particular emphasis on the global perspective. Our diverse community has presently a total number of around 16000 students enrolled in graduate and postgraduate programs, 300 faculty members and an academic advising team made of more than 200 experts. The University Headquarters are situated in the heart of Rome, near the Vatican City but numerous regional and international branches allow both domestic and overseas students to take their final exam and present their thesis dissertation without leaving their own country or state. Guglielmo Marconi University is accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education and is also accredited by ACICS – Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, the largest US accrediting institution linked to the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).This means that GMU Bachelors and Master’s will be valid not only in Europe but also in the United States, giving students new and greater career opportunities in a larger number of countries: ... [-]

Master of Technology Management

The University of the Arctic (UArctic)
Campus Full time Canada

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Memorial University of Newfoundland It’s an interesting place, Newfoundland and Labrador... and not somewhere you tend to arrive at by accident. And here in Canada's youngest province, you will find a very distinct university - Memorial University. We tend to think we have more than our fair share of free thinkers, unconventional l adventurers and colourful personalities. So, is Memorial right for you? Read on, and find out. As the only university in Newfoundland and Labrador, Memorial University is home to almost 19,000 students across four campuses. It has over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs and is a world leader in such diverse fields as archaeology, naval architectural engineering, linguistics, recreation, rural health care, ocean and natural sciences. Memorial has great choice in campuses, extraordinary and unique. Broaden your career perspectives. Acquire the knowledge and skills that will allow you to become an effective manager. The Master of Technology Management (MTM) is an innovative program, the first of its kind in Canada, providing educational and career enhancement opportunities for busy, working professionals. Courses in the program are designed to equip you with the skills to manage the challenges and dynamics of industries driven by technological innovation and to think strategically about issues that encompass the management of engineering technology. The MTM program will provide you with strategic planning and decision making skills in the context of technology-based organizations. You will have an understanding of the nature, structure and operation of technical operations, and the factors that influence business decisions and success of engineering technology-based organizations. [-]

Master of Science in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management

Lund University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 Canada Saskatoon

MESPOM is a joint programme in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management operated by four leading European and two North American Universities. It prepares students for identifying and implementing solutions to complex environmental sustainability challenges, especially in an international context. [+]

Programme overview

MESPOM is a joint programme in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management operated by four leading European and two North American Universities. The students study in at least three out of six consortium universities and upon completion are awarded a joint degree. Bringing together the best from the excellent partner institutions and offering on-site insight in multiple cultures with diverse environmental regimes, MESPOM prepares students for identifying and implementing solutions to complex environmental sustainability challenges, especially in an international context. The multi-faceted educational journey also creates a unique platform for the vibrant alumni network that characterises this programme.... [-]


Online Master of Education (MEd) or MA in Digital Technologies

Faculty of Education University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Online Full time Part time 12 - 18 months January 2017 Canada Oshawa + 1 more

At UOIT, Masters of Education in Digital Technologies is designed to prepare future leaders and specialists in learning and technology. [+]

Overview Thank you for considering the Faculty of Education at UOIT for your online graduate-level education. There is a critical need for specialists in education who understand both the specific and global impacts that technology has on learning. Society also needs these individuals to be in positions where they can offer the kind of informed leadership that is necessary to prepare future generations of students. We offer an exceptional, international, online experience in part- and full-time studies in the field of Education and Digital Technologies, leading to the following degrees and diploma: - Master of Arts (MA) in Education ($1310 US per course); - Master of Education (MEd)($1310 US per course); and - Graduate Diploma in Education and Digital Technologies ($1310 US per course). Our MEd graduate program is designed to prepare you to be future leaders, educators, and specialists in learning and technology. Our program is unique and leading edge in its objectives and approaches to learning online. We offer high quality, engaging virtual classes designed to address the most recent issues in digital technology and education using approaches that favour collaborative learning and the co-construction of knowledge. Virtual Classrooms With a high speed Internet connection, a webcam, and a headset with a microphone, you will communicate and interact with students from around the world in state-of-the-art interactive, virtual classrooms. Our classes - are 2-3 hours long (per week, per course) - have 10 to 20 students per class - are highly interactive and collaborative with small and large group discussions - employ leading edge technology and resources Academic requirements: Standard Application - Hold a four-year honours undergraduate degree - Minimum overall academic standing of a B (GPA: 3.0 on a 4.3 scale or 73 to 76 per cent) - A minimum B average in the last two full-time years (four semesters) of undergraduate degree Non Standard Application In special circumstances we consider non-standard applications from students who - Have been out of university for at least 4 years and do not meet the minimum GPA but have at least four years of relevant professional experience - Have 10+ years of extensive and relevant workplace experience with academic credential other than an undergraduate degree Required test scores for English language proficiency: - TOEFL Internet-based: 92-93 - Minimum sub-scores: Listening: 20; Reading: 20; Speaking: 19; and Writing: 20) - IELTS* : 7 (Note: Scores from IELTS General Training format will not be accepted. ) - MELAB: 85 - CAEL: 70 (with no sub-score below 60) Start dates: - September (May 15th application deadline) - January (Oct 15th application deadline) - May (Mar 1st deadline) [-]

Master of Organizational Management

Crandall University
Campus Full time September 2016 Canada Moncton

The Master of Organizational Management (M.Org.M) is offered by the Adult Professional Studies Division as an alternative to the MBA in that it will focus more on working with, and through, people than on the technical aspects of business administration. [+]

Masters in Canada 2016/2017. The Master of Organizational Management (M.Org.M) is offered by the Adult Professional Studies Division as an alternative to the MBA in that it will focus more on working with, and through, people than on the technical aspects of business administration. The M.Org.M is delivered in a format enabling those already in the workforce the classroom opportunity for completing their graduate degree during evening hours. Special Program Highlights for the Master of Organizational Management: This is a non-traditional program created to serve working professionals who holds an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree from any discipline (i.e. B.B.A., B.A., B.Sc., B.Ed, B.Th.) and has at least 2 years full-time working experience of any type(s) in any organization(s) of any sector(s). Courses are held Wednesday night. Each course takes between 5 and 10 weeks to complete. Students take one course at a time. Course requirements are completed outside of your work schedule. Classes are small and personable. The program enhances students’ interpersonal skills, written and verbal communications and problem-solving and decision making abilities as well as expanding their understanding or research techniques and applications. [-]