Career and Professional Developement

School of Continuing Studies

Diploma in Management General

Objectives

This program provides students with a broad-based fundamental knowledge of business and sets the stage for further management education. It represents a survey of disciplines and an introduction to functional areas in management. It appeals to those starting their own business or to those moving or aspiring to move into general management positions.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Winter
2014
Spring/Summer
2014
Fall
2014
CO-REQUISITES (These courses must be taken at the beginning of the program):
CMS2 500Mathematics for ManagementCMSC 000 or the Exemption by Examination test Note: Course must be completed in the first semester of the Diploma in Management program. TUE WEDWEDTUE WED
CEC2 532Business EconomicsRestricted to students in the Certificates in Finance and Risk Management; or other CPD Graduate programs.MON TUETUEMON TUE
7 REQUIRED Courses:
CACC 520Accounting for ManagementCo-requisite: CMS2 500. Only for students in Cert. in Entrepreneurship, Cert. in Health & Social Serv Mgmt, and for all graduate students.MON TUE THUTHU FRI/SATTUE THU
CFIN 512Corporate Finance(CACC 520 or CACC 521) and CMS2 521MON WEDWEDMON WED
CMIS 541Information Systems for Managers TUE  
CMR2 542Marketing Principles and Applications MONMONMON
CMS2 521Applied Management StatisticsCMS2 500 or the Exemption by Examination TestWED THUWEDWED THU
CORG 551Behaviour in Organizations TUE WEDTUETUE WED
CPL2 552Strategic ManagementCore Program  THU
3 COMPLEMENTARY Courses to be chosen from the following:
CGM2 590Topics in ManagementCACC 520 CFIN 512 CMR2 542   
CGM2 510Project Management: Tools and TechniquesRestriction: Open to students currently in a graduate program. Not open to Special Students.WEDMON TUE/THUTUE
CPL2 510Communication and Networking Skills SATTHUSAT FRI/SAT
Or any other 500 or 600 graduate level course offered through CPD
and approved by the department.