This program is for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Information for international students who wish to study with us can be found at Intensive program packages.
Credential: Earn a University of Manitoba Letter of Accomplishment in Change Management.
Fees: $1,160 for required courses, plus $100 non-refundable application fee
Expected duration: at least 2 terms, part-time
Application requirements: Grade 12 diploma or equivalent, or mature student status. If primary language is not English, proof of English proficiency is required.
The Change Management program is accredited by CPHR Manitoba. CPHR Manitoba members earn CPHR Continued Professional Development hours for completing courses in this program. Documentation to confirm hours earned is provided by UM Extended Education upon successful completion of each course.
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Determine the courses you will need to complete this program.
This Extended Education program has open registration, which means that students can register for individual courses without being admitted to a program. Any courses taken within 10 years that are in the program will be applied to the student’s program record. Please note that the course schedule below may change based on enrollment numbers and student interest.
Students will need to be admitted to a program before they will be allowed to graduate with a certificate.
|Course number||Course name||Contact hours||Term(s) offered|
|MGMT 0122||The Practice of Change Management||24||Winter, Fall|
|MGMT 0124||Managing Organizational Change||30||Spring|
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Change Management Instructor
“Change Management is about addressing the needs that people have when they are going through change so that an organization can achieve the results that it is trying to achieve. I recommend Change Management for absolutely everybody who works in an organization with more than two people. Understanding how change works, how people experience change, how you can help lead organizations through change should be a life skill at this point. We can’t stop changing, so therefore we can’t stop trying to manage change.”