What is a School of Management?
A school of management is a post-secondary level institution that offers degrees in business administration, accounting, hospitality, marketing, human resources and other areas of management. Any of these programs can bring an extensive range of local and international work opportunities in the future.
Management is connected to highly lucrative industries that are pertinent for students and craved by employers, with management schooling focusing on a wide variety of technical and soft skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership, critical thinking, project management, etc., that can serve as a foundation for the personal growth in a business student.
How long it takes to get a management degree?
Usually, a degree at an undergraduate level can take three or four years to complete, with some institutions offering the chance of an extra year to work or study abroad. The Canadian government with the Post Graduate Work Permit Program (PGWPP) offers extra time working after graduation. Management degrees are often offered in university institutions known as ‘schools of management’ or ‘business schools’.
What are the management courses in Canada?
In Canada, there are a lot of management courses that have topics and classes related to others, still, it is going to depend on the concentration the student wants to choose. Some of the most popular management courses in Canada are:
It is a concentration designed to provide in-depth knowledge and a broad range of aspects of all the business operations. The concentration covers topics related to finance, resource management, strategic planning, organizational behaviour, etc.
It is a concentration designed to provide financial information and develop systems to plan, forecast, budget, and communicate information to managers to help the organization achieve its financial objectives. Additionally, the concentration covers topics related to financial and managerial accounting, personal and corporate taxation, audit and assurance, etc.
It is a concentration designed to create a substantial foundation in business leadership and to expose the student to the current trends in the marketing world, while exploring the different areas of marketing such as advertising, social media and digital marketing, consumer behavior, market research, etc.
It is a concentration designed to learn about the hospitality industry and the management of daily administrative, commercial and operational functions of businesses. The concentration covers topics related to financial decision-making, human relations, marketing operations, ethical practices, among others.
It is a concentration designed to provide the functions for effective management of employees within an organization, in other words, HR manages the human capital and focuses on execute policies and procedures. Also, the concentration covers topics related to quality management, strategic human resources, employee relations, compensation management etc.
It is a concentration designed to learn about the transactions of goods, services, people, technology, and capital from national borders to a global level. The concentration covers international trade, finance, global supply chain, global business strategy, etc.