MSc Specialization in Organizational Behaviour, Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management, Strategy, Entrepreneurship

Requirements

  1. Either of GMGT 7740 Organizational Theory or GMGT 7410 Organizational Behaviour (these are offered in alternate years)
    (3 credit hours)
  2. GMGT 7540 Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods or the MBA course GMGT 7080 Research Methods, or an equivalent graduate level course in quantitative methods from another faculty. General graduate-level methods courses are offered annually in Nursing, Social Work, Psychology, and Sociology. See Graduate Program Office for a listing of these courses.
    (3 credit hours)
  3. Optional (additional), but encouraged: either a statistics or econometrics course, or a second research methods course (quantitative or qualitative). Nursing, Social Work, Psychology and Sociology offer qualitative methods on an annual basis. See Graduate Program Office for a listing of these courses.
  4. Optional (additional), but encouraged: PHDM 7110 Doctoral Seminar in Management (offered in alternate years) or a related course of advanced theory in philosophy, sociology, psychology, or economics, preferably with a philosophy of science content. Sociology and Psychology offer these at the graduate level annually; Economics offers a six credit hour honours course annually. See Graduate Program Office for a listing of these courses.
  5. Two optional (additional) courses, subject to approval. Must be of direct relevance to chosen area of specialization, from within or outside of the Faculty. See Graduate Program Office for a listing of these courses.
  6. Thesis.

Potential faculty supervisors