Investing in your education with the Master of Management - Logistics and Supply Chain Management will provide you with a thorough business knowledge that will serve as a foundation throughout your career. This program will help you to become a professional and leader in the international business world. The course-based Master of Management - Logistics and Supply Chain Management will prepare you for a leadership position within the Logistics industry in Canada or abroad.
You will study and live in Canada for 16 months. This program includes 12 prescribed courses completed over four academic terms.
In addition to your academic studies, students also participate in the Master of Management Employment Program. Facilitated jointly by the Odette Career and Placement Services and the Centre for Executive and Professional Education, the program guides students towards the development of their Career Portfolio and builds the skills necessary to obtain employment upon graduation.
The Master of Management classes will be conducted over four terms with students taking three courses at a time. Here is a list of tentative prescribed course offerings:
- Accounting Concepts and Techniques,
- Finance in a Global Perspective,
- Managing Employees,
- International Business,
- Quantitative Studies,
- Intro to Business Logistics Management,
- Purchasing and Procurement,
- Business Strategy,
- Domestic Transportation and International Shipping,
- Quantitative Analysis of Logistics and Supply Chain Management,
- Supply Chain Management (Stream Capstone Course).
All Master of Management students participate in a Business Communications Workshop on campus during their first term of coursework. This is a valuable opportunity to develop communication and presentation skills in preparation for your graduate classes and professional life. The workshop is mandatory and will not interfere with class time. Students who take the Business Communication Workshop receive a certificate of successful completion.
Before the start of the academic program, you may be required to attend six weeks (July-August) of intensive English language training known as the English and Academic Program Preparation (EAPP).
- Confirmation of successful completion of a four-year bachelor level degree (or equivalent) from an academic institution approved by the University of Windsor. Evidence of obtaining the equivalent of a B average or higher in undergraduate studies (when converted to Ontario standards).
- Demonstrated English proficiency by meeting or exceeding a 7.0 score in the IELTS test or a TOEFL score of 100 (ibt).
- Two supportive Letters of Reference (at least one from an academic source)
- A successful interview with a representative from the University of Windsor
- Statement of Purpose describing your intent to study (approximately one page in length)
*English programming is available if you need extra training before entry into the academic program or have received lower than the required test score.
Enrolment is limited. Preference will be given to candidates who exceed the above minimum requirements and those who have relevant work experience. Please visit our website for the application instructions.
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