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Graduate Studies - Master of Organizational Management

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The Master of Organizational Management (MOrgM) offered by Crandall University is a people-focused program that prepares passionate professionals for leadership and management roles within their organizations. This differs from a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in that it will focus more on working with and through people than on the technical aspects of business administration. 

The Master of Organizational Management is intended for passionate, dedicated, team-oriented working professionals looking to maximize their potential in managing people and leading organizations. Unlike an MBA, which usually focuses specially on the basic business disciplines of accounting, marketing, and operations, the Master of Organizational Management is about developing big-picture strategies and understandings and especially the knowledge necessary to lead and motivate people.

Program highlights

The value of obtaining the Master of Organizational Management is that all organizations require effective management. The program uses an interdisciplinary approach and draws on the academic strength of faculty from a variety of disciplines who are excellent educators and typically build strong relationships with students.

Program Schedule

Each of the ten courses includes 4 hours of in-class time per week over a six-week period and most students require an additional 12-15 hours per week outside of class to complete coursework and assignments. Students may take up to two courses at a time.

The Master of Organizational Management program is completed in a structured cohort model with courses offered in the evenings, allowing students to work while studying.

Study part time

Students who wish to study part time attend class one night per week, and normally complete the program in approximately 20 months.

Study full time

Students who enrol full time normally complete the program in 12 months.

Faculty Highlight

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the Master of Organizational Management degree program must provide the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree (from any discipline), with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B), International Credential Equivalency can be found here. Official transcripts from each previous post-secondary institution they attended are to be sent directly to Crandall University from the issuing institution(s).
  • Cover Letter presenting the applicant’s professional development goals and explain how completing the Master of Organization Management would help them meet and achieve their career ambitions.
  • Resume or CV showing extensive full-time work experience. Full-time employment experience in any field.
  • Professional References: two professional reference letters are required for applicants with Canadian work experience. Reference letters should be from individuals who can provide input regarding the applicant’s strengths and why they support the applicant’s decision to complete the Master of Organizational Management degree. Applicants who hold solely international work experience are not required to provide references.

Please note: Successful completion of the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

International Students

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.

For more information or to apply, contact us at international@crandallu.ca

English Language Proficiency

Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in both oral and written English. Please see Language Requirements for more details.

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