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Management and Administration


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At a glance

Program Length: 2.5 to 4 years, part-time
Fees:
$4,265 for required courses, plus elective & $100 registration fee
Credentials: Earn a Certificate in Management and Administration (CIMA) from the University of Manitoba. Become Certified in Management (CIM) through CIM/Chartered Managers Canada.

The Certificate in Management and Administration (CIMA) is accredited by the National Centre for Management Accreditation (NCMA), through the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM). This national accreditation puts CIMA graduates on an accelerated track to qualifying for the CIM designation, which provides access to numerous management networking opportunities, professional workshops, conferences, job opportunities and an invaluable connection to the local chapter in Manitoba.

The Management and Administration program is accredited by CPHR Manitoba. CPHR Manitoba members earn CPHR Continued Professional Development hours for completing courses in this program. Documentation to confirm hours earned is provided by Extended Education at the U of M upon successful completion of each course.

Flexible, part-time learning

“This program is like a mini MBA,” says Matthew Jelavic, CEO, CIM/Chartered Managers Canada, the national organization accrediting the program and providing the Certified in Management (CIM) professional designation. Students including working professionals can fit this flexible program into their busy schedules and complete their studies on a part-time basis.

Dream big

Going back to school is a different experience from going to work and doing your job. Your instructor is not your boss. They are experienced professionals who are there to provide information, discuss scenarios, actions and consequences. They encourage you to explore and formulate new ideas, to find fresh options for how to do things in the future. You can implement these ideas and options in your career.

Improve how you deal with people

Management requires dealing with people. Learn new information, do research, analyze, and present ideas. Hone your communication skills, so you can write and speak to others professionally and effectively. Manage your time, and improve how you work with others.

Insights from instructor, Kevin Young, MBA, CPHR

Management is dealing with people
“Management is mostly about dealing with people. The communication, the thought processes all can be taught. An introvert can learn to modify their behavior. I was an introvert and I morphed into an extrovert. You can become better.”

You can increase your competitive advantage
“A university credential and a professional designation are of value and certainly carry some weight as you explore your future career opportunities. You can definitely enhance or increase your competitive advantage.”

Learn new ways
“I encourage students to break through traditions and status quo and learn new ways to think. The variables and possibilities are unlimited. Listen, explore, take new information and look at problems in new ways.”

Certificate in Management and Administration (CIMA)

Admission Requirements
Grade 12 diploma or equivalent, or mature student status
Proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)
Copy of Permanent Residency status card (if applicable)
Complete and submit application form with documents
Pay application fee

Program Length
Two and a half to four years, part-time

You have seven years from date of admission to complete the program.
Earlier completion is possible by taking multiple courses each term.

Course Requirements
7 required courses
1 elective

FINC 0200 is a prerequisite to FINC 0300
MGMT 0400 is taken as the final

Fees
$100 application fee
$595 per 36-hour course

These fees apply for both Canadian Citizens & Permanent Residents.

Students are encouraged to become members of CIM/Chartered Managers Canada.
Contact Arlene Atkinson, Coordinator of Educational Services and Professional Development at the CIM Head Office at
Arlene.Education@cim.ca for more information.

Courses

Required Courses

FINC 0200 Introductory Accounting for Business
FINC 0300 Financial Management
MGMT 0100 Canadian Business: An Introduction
MGMT 0110 Organizational Behaviour
MGMT 0120 Managerial Communication
MGMT 0130 Canadian Business Law
MGMT 0400 Strategic Analysis.

Elective Courses

HRM 0100 Managing the Human Resource Function
MGMT 0140 Introduction to Marketing
MGMT 0190 Quality Assurance Planning
MGMT 0192 Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures
MGMT 0270 Managing in the Utility Sector
MGMT 0150 Project Management

Check the Course Schedule

Course Schedule
TERMCOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAME
WinterMGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ)
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (REQ)
MGMT 0120Managerial Communication (REQ)
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ)
FINC 0300Financial Management (REQ)
FINC 0802Financial Management (TUTORIAL)
MGMT 0400Strategic Analysis – (REQ)
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE)
MGMT 0140Introduction to Marketing (ELE)
MGMT 0190Quality Assurance Planning (ELE)
MGMT 0192Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures (ELE)
MGMT 0270Managing in the Utility Sector (ELE)
SpringMGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ)
MGMT 0130Canadian Business Law (REQ)
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ)
FINC 0800Introductory Accounting for Business (TUTORIAL)
FINC 0300 Financial Management (REQ)
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (REQ)
MGMT 0120Managerial Communication (REQ)
MGMT 0190Quality Assurance Planning (ELE) – OL (*Fast Track)
MGMT 0192Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures (ELE)
(Fast Track = *Dual reg. required MGMT 0190 + MGMT 0192 in spring)
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE)
FallMGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ)
MGMT 0130Canadian Business Law (REQ)
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ)
FINC 0800Introductory Accounting for Business (TUTORIAL)
FINC 0300Financial Management (REQ)
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (REQ)
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE)
MGMT 0140Introduction to Marketing (ELE)
MGMT 0270Managing in the Utility Sector (ELE)
MGMT 0190Quality Assurance Planning (ELE)
MGMT 0192Quality Improvement: Principles and Procedures (ELE)
MGMT 0400Strategic Analysis

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