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Master of Science in Management (MSc)

Program structure

Program structure

The structure of the program allows candidates to produce the kind of research that is becoming increasingly necessary in contemporary organizations or lead toward advanced graduate studies.

Year 1

Fall Winter Summer

2 core courses
MSCA 602: Applied Linear Statistical Models
MSCA 615: Research Methodology – Administrative Sciences

2 specialized seminars (electives)

4 specialized seminars (electives)

Preliminary thesis work

Year 2

Fall Winter Summer
Thesis proposal and data collection Thesis work

Thesis defence

Recent thesis topics

  • A Self-Determination Approach to Understanding Employees' Innovative Work Behaviour
  • Does Workplace Friendship Make Employees Better Citizens?
  • Can Servant Leaders Reduce Burnout in their Followers through Meaningfulness?
  • Social Innovation: Towards a Process-based View
  • Waiting to Take the First Step? Procrastination Behaviours During the Role of Transition
  • The Effect of Transformational Leadership on Career Management
  • Valuing Diversity: An Examination of Diversity Climate, Work Attitudes and Employee Racioethnicities
  • Favourable Narcissistic Traits in CEOs Across Cultures
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