Applicants to the Master of Organizational Management degree program should hold an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree (from any discipline), with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B) over the last two years of their program. Applicants should also have the equivalent of two years of full-time employment experience in any field and generally within the private, not-for-profit, and public service sectors. As part of the application process, applicants would be required to arrange for official transcripts from each previous post-secondary institution they attended to be sent directly to Crandall University from the issuing institution(s).
All applicants should submit, along with their application, a résumé and a cover letter. The letter should present their professional development goals and how the completion of the Master of Organization Management would help to meet and achieve their career ambitions. Applicants should also submit at least two professional reference letters 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. Given this information, each application will then be assessed on its own merit, but also in context with other applicants since enrollment will be limited each year. Applicants may also be interviewed.
Language Proficiency Requirements for entrance to MOrgM program:
Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in both oral and written English:
- IELTS: minimum 7.0 overall, minimum 6.0 in each area (or equivalent);
- Three or more years of study in a secondary or post-secondary school where English is the language of instruction;
- Successful completion of the Academic Preparation Program at Crandall University.
Crandall University may consider an applicant’s results from other language proficiency tests or academic preparation programs but reserves the right in all cases to require official proof of English language proficiency from one of the above before granting permission to register in academic courses.