CIM | Chartered Managers Canada and the McGill School of Continuing Studies have partnered to offer a prestigious dual-credential management program. Students who complete the Graduate Diploma in Management from the McGill School of Continuing Studies will now also be able to attain the Chartered Manager (C.Mgr.) designation, the most prestigious status that can be achieved in the management profession.
One of only three programs in the world to be awarded this status, McGill’s Diploma in Management is a graduate-level program designed to prepare students for positions in management in a variety of industries. Taught by expert business and management practitioners, the 30-credit program consists of 10 courses that cover the full spectrum of management topics, including accounting, finance, managerial economics, business intelligence and organizational behaviour. Students can attend on a full- or part-time basis, with evening classes tailored to fit the busy schedule of working professionals.
Students who complete the Diploma will also attain the CIM Chartered Management Program (CMP) Certificate when they become CIM members. They will also have met the academic requirements for the C.Mgr. designation. Once their diploma is complete, to attain the C.Mgr. designation, students will be required to:
- Have 48 months of professional-level management experience (achieved before or after graduation)
- Submit 3 professional references
- Cover all applicable fees
Diploma graduates are also exempt from having to complete the CIM Management Aptitude Evaluation (MAE). Chartered Managers are required to maintain current membership in good standing with CIM | Chartered Managers Canada, abide by the Code of Ethics, and Professional Conduct, and commit to Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
With the Diploma in Management and the CIM CMP Certificate, graduates will be equipped to enhance their performance as managers, advance their careers, and will stand out with the C.Mgr. post-nominals, joining a network of Chartered Managers that are recognized and valued across the world.
To learn more about this program, visit mcgill.ca/scs-management