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Moncton – The Crandall University Senate has recently approved a new graduate program: a Master’s degree in Management.
The Master of Management (MM) is a two-year, 36-credit hour program designed to provide business training and experience to university graduates who have completed an undergraduate degree in nearly any discipline and who looking to enter the business world. It provides leadership and management training intended to equip students with a strong foundation for a career in business, and is particularly valuable to students with non-business undergraduate degrees, since they would then possess expertise and experience from two different areas of study.
The program’s cohort model allows for students and professors to build close relationships over the course of their studies, which has proven to be helpful to Crandall University students in other programs that employ a similar strategy for delivery.
A Master of Management is a great option for a student who has recently graduated with their bachelor’s degree and has not yet gained a great deal of work experience. Unlike a Master of Business Administration program, or even Crandall’s own Master of Organizational Management program, MM applicants are not required to have years of work experience to be accepted into the program. By contrast, MM students may have the opportunity to gain work experience in the program through an internship placement.
This mix of theory, practice, and diversity of expertise amounts to a degree that can give graduates a head start on their career goals.
This new program is already generating interest from international students looking to come to Canada and study at Crandall University. Dr. Dannie Brown, the Dean of International Academic Programs, recently returned from a trip overseas where he had the opportunity to meet a number of potential students.
“Along with the excellent suite of undergraduate programs we have to offer, our Masters’ programs are in high demand,” he reported, noting that “many students interested in studying abroad already have an undergraduate credential.”
Dr. Brown went on to say, “providing an international experience on our campus helps students learn to understand and work with many cultures in both the global economy and in the local community. We are so fortunate that we have the opportunity to welcome these international students to our corner of the world.” Currently students from 28 countries study at Crandall University.
Applications are currently being accepted for the first cohort of the Master of Management, scheduled to begin their studies in May 2020.
Crandall University is Atlantic Canada’s leading Liberal Arts University rooted in the Christian Faith, with undergraduate programs in Arts, Business Administration, Science, and Education, and graduate programs in Education and Organizational Management. To learn more, visit crandallu.ca or call 1‑888-968-6228.