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At a Glance

Level of Study:

Graduate (Master’s Degree)

Program Length:

2 years (part time)
36 credit hours



Tuition and fees

Total Program Cost: $23,350
Qualify for up to $5000 in scholarships – contact us to learn more.

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1-888-968-6228 Ext. 385

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April 19, 2023

Transform your career wherever you are with Crandall University’s largest graduate program – now online! The Master of Management program offers students a solid foundation of business training and leadership development to prepare for or expand a career in the business world, brought to you by one of Canada’s leading Christian universities.

Open to students from a variety of educational backgrounds, you can apply with a bachelor’s degree from nearly any discipline! Build on the knowledge and expertise you developed in your undergraduate studies and gain the management skills necessary to succeed.

You will also have the opportunity to build relationships and expand your network through weekly activities and projects conducted with your peers.

Program outcomes

  • Enhance your skills with courses that allow you build capacity for analysis, synthesis, problem-solving, research, and communication;
  • You’ll learn to recognize and address a wide variety of management situations that affect organizations big and small;
  • You’ll be well-prepared to advance your career or pursue further studies

“The online MM program at Crandall has been an exceptional experience. The small class size, the curated course content and weekly engagement with faculty allow for a more robust learning experience. Moreover, the ability to engage with classmates and colleagues from across Canada fosters a uniquely interdisciplinary educational experience. Highly recommended!”

Joshua, MM ’24

Master of Management Courses

This 36 credit-hour program is comprised of nine (9) courses and an applied research project:

Program Schedule


weeks in class


week break


long breaks per year

Each week, you’ll work through the interactive course material on your own time, and then once per week you’ll join a live virtual session with your professor and classmates to discuss, ask questions, and expand your understanding of the material.

Each course takes place over eight (8) weeks, followed by a 1-week break, with extended breaks twice per year.

The Applied Research Project can also be completed concurrently with your other courses, allowing you to complete the entire program in as little as two years!

“Crandall University's Master of Management Online program has given me the opportunity to continue my education as a full-time working mom. The staff and professors have been very supportive and helpful. Being able to continue my education in a faith-based community of like-minded peers is an amazing opportunity that I'm lucky to have.”

Taylor, MM ’24

Admission Requirements

All applicants must have:

  • an undergraduate bachelor’s degree (from any discipline), with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) over the last two years of their program;
  • the equivalent of two years of full-time employment experience in any field and generally within the private, not-for-profit, and/or public service sectors.

As part of the application process, applicants will 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);
  • submit a résumé;
  • submit a cover letter detailing their professional development goals and how the completion of the program would help to meet and achieve their career ambitions.

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.

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


How much time should I expect to set aside for this program?

To be successful in this program, you should plan to spend 14-17 hours per week on your coursework and assignments.

Can I transfer my credits from another institution?

No, credits from other institutions for this program are not accepted.

Can I transfer credits between the MM Online and the in-person MM program?

Due to the unique delivery method of the MM Online, it is not possible to move between it and the in-person version of the program.

I am an international student. Do I need a study permit to enroll in this program?

As this is an online program, a study permit is not required to enroll and study from anywhere in the world.

International students who would like to pursue this program in person at Crandall University may be interested in our full time Master of Management program (study permit required).

Does this program allow international students to apply for a Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)?

No, international students are not eligible to apply for a PGWP upon completion of our Online Master of Management.

Are there any scholarships available?

Yes! We have a limited number of scholarships available for the Master of Management Online. Contact us below to find out if you’re eligible!

Interested? Contact us to learn more.

If you’re ready to advance your career with an online graduate degree program that can equip you with the knowledge and skills to stand out from the crowd, we would love to hear from you.

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Course Number: IP6113
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

This course covers theories and applications dealing with such topics as organizational change, decision-making, team dynamics, conflict management, and leadership.  Students can discover and apply concepts to both explain and influence how people and their organizations work.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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Human Resource Management

Course Number: IP6123
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the principles, policies and practices related to human resources in today’s workforce. It is intended for individuals interested in management positions.

Course Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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Course Number: IP6133
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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Managerial Ethics and Decision Making

Course Number: IP6143
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

This course explores the concept of decision-making through an ethical lens; arguing that ever decision has ethical implications, including economic, social and environmental.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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Course Number: IP6153
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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Course Number: IP6163
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

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Course Number: IP6173
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

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Course Code: IP6183
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

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Course Number: IP6193
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

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