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Master of Science in Management (MScM)

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Program Overview

Format: Full-time

Degree Earned: Master of Science in Management

Work with leading thinkers and applied researchers to learn about the complex problems facing modern organizations. You will develop your program of study and thesis research working with a faculty supervisor from the AACSB-accredited Ted Rogers School of Management, Canada’s preeminent entrepreneurial-focused business school. Students gain qualitative and quantitative research skills across several management disciplines and pursue research careers in industry and academia.

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At a Glance

  • Completion of a four-year bachelor’s degree in Commerce or a related discipline, or a four-year bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution (may require additional foundation courses)
  • Minimum grade point average (GPA) or equivalent of 3.00/4.33 (B) in the last two years of study
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Resumé
  • 500-word statement of research interest
  • Identifed faculty supervisor 

GMAT or GRE scores are not required for admission but may strengthen your application. 

For detailed fees information visit Fees by Program.

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship and Strategy
  • Finance
  • Global Management Studies
  • Health Services Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour
  • Information Technology Management
  • Law and Business
  • Marketing
  • Real Estate Management
  • Retail Management 
  • Canada-China Institute for Business & Development
  • Centre for Labour Management Relations
  • Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity
  • Centre for Voluntary Sector Studies
  • Cybersecurity Research Lab (CRL)
  • Diversity Institute
  • Faculty research mentors helping students with research challenges
  • Global Diversity Exchange
  • Graduate Program Careers, accessible to graduate students and alumni, is dedicated to helping you network and connect to industry and career opportunities through customized career evaluation, coaching sessions, career advancement services and more
  • Inclusive Media and Design Centre • Institute for Innovation and Technology Management
  • Institute for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Institute for Tourism and Hospitality Research
  • National Institute on Ageing
  • Social Media Lab
  • Ted Rogers Leadership Centre
  • TUM Entrepreneurship Research Institute 
  • Accredited professional development in teaching program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Includes opportunities for teaching excellence awards, research and publication
  • No fees for Ryerson graduate students 

Admissions Contact

Graduate Studies Admissions Office
11th Floor, 1 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON
Telephone: 416-979-5150
Fax: 416-979-5153
E-mail: grdadmit@ryerson.ca
www.ryerson.ca/graduate/future-students

Program Contacts

Dr. Yuanshun Li
Graduate Program Director
Telephone: 416-979-5000 ext. 6711
E-Mail: yuli@ryerson.ca

Simon Swain
Program Administrator
Telephone: 416-598-5925
Fax: 416-979-5153
E-Mail: mscm@ryerson.ca

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How to Apply

Once you’ve made an informed choice about which program(s) you are going to apply to, preparing your application requires careful research and planning.

Funding

At Ryerson, we understand that pursuing graduate studies is a significant financial investment. Funding comes from a combination of employment contracts (as a teaching assistant), scholarships, awards and stipends. There are a number of additional funding sources – internal and external – available to graduate students that can increase these funding levels.

Finding a Supervisor

Students should apply to the program first. Applications that meet the minimum requirements of the program will be forwarded to faculty members in the program for review. Successful applicants will be invited to visit the program and meet with faculty members that are interested in supervising them as a graduate student in their research group. A matching system is used to find the best students/supervisor match (using input from both applicants and faculty members). After a suitable match is determined, an official offer of admission will be sent with the supervisor named in the offer.