Diploma (Dip.) Management: General

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Complete the Diploma in Management and Attain the Chartered Manager (C.Mgr.) Designation

The Diploma in Management is recognized by Chartered Managers Canada (CIM) and now offers the Chartered Manager (C.Mgr.) designation, the most prestigious status that can be achieved in the management profession.

 

Upon graduating, students will attain the CIM Chartered Management Program (CMP) Certificate and will 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

 

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Courses & Workshops

Corequisites
CMS2 500 Mathematics for Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019, Fall 2019
Basic mathematics needed for business applications, including graphs of functions, series summation, mathematics of finance, annuity, discounted cash flow, internal rate of return, permutations, combinations, maxima and minima of functions with business applications in optimization, introductory statistics and probability
Required Courses
CACC 520 Accounting for Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
This course covers financial and managerial accounting. The course provides an understanding of the various financial statements as well as cost behaviour, cost/volume/profit relationships, budgets, responsibility accounting and relevant costing.
CEC2 532 Business Economics. (3 credits)
In-class, Part-time
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019, Fall 2019
Introductory micro and macro economic theory and practice in profit and non-profit organizations from a managerial perspective. Topics include: demand and supply analysis, production costs, firms' pricing and output determination, aggregate demand and supply, national income, output and employment determination, inflation, interest rate, exchange rate determination, fiscal and monetary policies.
CFIN 512 Corporate Finance. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2018, Spring/Summer 2019, Fall 2019
Fundamental finance theory as applied to the firm's short and long-term financing and investment decisions and the sources of funds available to it (stocks, bonds, derivatives). Exposure to critical concepts of "firm value maximization" emphasizing capital budgeting, cost of capital, capital structure, derivatives, dividend policy, risk and return.
CMR2 542 Marketing Principles and Applications. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
Covers the different aspects of marketing operations: the marketing concept, the analysis and research of market opportunities, the planning, implementation, and control of the marketing program (Product, Promotion, Distribution, and Pricing). The course focuses on Canadian market environment and Canadian marketing institutions. Lectures and case studies on an individual basis and/or involving team work will be used.
CMS2 521 Applied Management Statistics. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
Statistical methods used in a variety of business situations, emphasizing application and providing a working knowledge of the most widely-used techniques. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability distributions; sampling procedures and distributions; inferential statistics including estimation; hypothesis testing and Anova; simple linear, multiple regression and correlation; time series and forecasting.
CMS2 527 Business Intelligence and Analytics. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
This course provides a managerial and technical focus on computational and business techniques which can help to identify new business opportunities and transform an organization’s future by optimizing operational and strategic decision making.
CORG 551 Behaviour in Organizations. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
The implications for management and the essential concepts of social psychology such as motivation, perception, attitude change and organization. Group and organizational dynamics will be the major emphasis of the course. Classroom discussion and student participation is encouraged.
Complementary Courses
CCLW 511 Law 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Fall 2019
Sources and administration of law; the Canadian Constitution and the division of powers; the Quebec Civil Code, comprising the law of persons, the law of property, obligations, contracts, sale, lease and hire, mandate, suretyship, hypothecs and prescription.
CGM2 510 Project Management: Tools and Techniques. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019, Fall 2019
Focus on main concepts and theories of project management from initiation to close-out. Topics include: project life cycle, planning, scheduling, implementing, monitoring, controlling, close-out and ethics. The concepts presented apply to projects of various sizes, types and degrees of complexity.
CMIS 541 Information Systems for Managers. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018
Introduces the importance of Information Systems (IS) in organizations and issues associated with managing these. Provides a strategic view of IS and Information Technology (IT). Students will be presented with managerial, informational and technological issues related to the management of IT, and with a framework to better manage them. Class discussions, case analysis, presentations.
CMS2 515 Operations Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Fall 2019
Introduction to decisions and trade-offs associated with production of goods and services. Topics include technology planning (production process), design of production systems (capacity and location planning), control issues (production planning and inventory control, MRP/JIT, scheduling, quality and reliability and distribution planning), design for manufacturability, management of new technology (FMS, group technology and robotics) and management of services operations.
CORG 555 Strategic Human Resources Management. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
Linking HRM and business strategy; role of HR in the organization and alignment with strategic management. Overview of HR functional areas and the competencies required to become a successful HR professional; impact of HR policies, processes and practices on employees, teams and organizations, including legal and ethical implications.
CPL2 510 Communication and Networking Skills. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Fall 2019
This course will provide students with leadership skills pertaining to communication and networking in the workplace. Topics covered include influencing, appraising situations, business networking, teamwork and delivering effective presentations.
CPL2 524 Introduction: International Business. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019
This course deals with fundamental international business issues: the international business environment, foreign exchange risk, multinational corporations, international organizations, international sources of financing, international marketing policies, essential factors to be considered when entering foreign markets (licensing and exporting) and international management.
CPL2 552 Strategic Management. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Fall 2019
Includes analysis of major forces driving organizations, explores mission development, goal selection, corporate strategy, policy formulation for the benefit of all stakeholders. Discusses situations confronting senior managers in the competitive environment, includes topics such as the identification and evaluation of strategic alternatives, the management of control processes for increased productivity, etc.
Testimonial
“What I learned in organizational behavior helps me understand the culture of an organization I might be interested in working for, and I’ll apply my communication and networking skills to build a strong network for my new career.”
Edith G.
Jacob Jonker Memorial Prize winner
Testimonial
”I immigrated to Montreal after attending university in Bogota, Colombia. After filling a temporary management position at work I was told I was being considered for a promotion. My company offered to pay for management training and I chose McGill because of it’s worldwide reputation. I’ve learned a lot from my classes, and my skills have helped me at work. I’ve learned how to develop professional relationships with my employees, hold meetings, conduct evaluations, and encourage open communications. I’m still completing courses in my program but I’ve already received the promotion.”
Claudia M.
Diploma in Management

Contacts

Career and Professional Development
Phone: +1 514-398-6200
Fax: +1 514-398-3108
688 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 1140 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 3R1
Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.