The thesis-based master’s degree in management is designed for students wishing to pursue a research career in industry or academia, and equips them with qualitative and quantitative research skills across several disciplines in Management. Work with leading applied researchers to gain new knowledge of the complex problems facing organizations in the modern world.
Building on a foundation of required research methods courses and a research seminar, develop a program of study and thesis research working with a faculty supervisor from one of the Ted Rogers School of Management’s diverse academic offerings such as:
Course descriptions are provided within this calendar as a matter of general information to assist present and prospective students in selecting their program of study. While these descriptions are accurate as of the date of publication, students are cautioned that actual course content and the hours and type of instruction may vary from the listing in the calendar or from other course management information made available.
The academic year consists of three terms: fall, winter and spring/summer. A graduate term is normally ONE, 12-week session per term. Under special circumstances, there is a different set of dates for terms in which there are two, 6-week sessions.