Become a changemaker in Management Practice and advance the future of our data-driven world

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Do you have an undergraduate degree in business, economics, administrative studies or human resource management? Are you an alumni looking to enhance your professional career or pursue a new passion? Kickstart growth and transformation with a one-year graduate degree in management practice at York University!

The Faculty of Graduate Studies is announces the inaugural cohort of the Master of Science in Management Practice (MScMP) degree program developed by the School of Administrative Studies. This program aims to provide an understanding of how research and analytics can and should inform modern decision-making.

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“We plan to collaborate with firms leading in development and application of cutting-edge big data analytics and AI technologies such as IBM and Ipsos,” says Graduate Program Director Alexander Rusetski. Graduate students will know what to expect from the ongoing digital revolution and how to capitalize on new technologies.

Courses in MScMP combine theoretical knowledge with practical application. To better centre studies, this graduate program offers three specialization areas to choose from: accounting, supply chain management, and marketing; with two more – entrepreneurship and innovation, and management in professional contexts – planned for coming years. It is designed to serve full-time students as well as professionals who desire to obtain a graduate degree in management while continuing to work. The program can be completed within three terms (one year), provided that the candidate has a related undergraduate degree and adequate quantitative preparation at the time of admission to the program. Candidates without sufficient business and/or quantitative training will be required to complete preliminary courses.

Providing solid conceptual and methodological foundation for research design and data collection, MScMP is a funded program. All full-time qualified domestic students will receive a guaranteed funding package for the duration of the program with their offer of admission.

Interested in gaining solid conceptual and methodological groundwork for understanding data-based management? There’s still time to apply. The fall term (commencing this September) deadline for domestic applicants is July 15.

For more information on the program structure and admission requirements, visit Become a changemaker in management practice and advance the future of a data-driven world.

Note: Funding for international students is limited and applications have already closed.