Certificate in Management Studies
The Certificate in Management Studies is well suited for you if you have considerable work experience or a qualification in a technical field and want to develop your management and supervisory skills. You can earn this certificate by building on the 15-credit Certificate in Business Skills or by completing 30 credits of coursework.
A strong grounding in quantitative courses, including Foundations of Math 11 or Pre-calculus 11 or equivalent
A free, voluntary mathematics self-assessment is available to help you select a math course at the appropriate level.
A minimum of six TRU credits (distance or on-campus)
30 credits, with a minimum GPA of 2.00 over all courses required to complete this credential, as follows:
Core knowledge requirements (12 credits)
- Either MNGT 1221, Supervision (3) or MNGT 1211, Management Principles and Practices (3)
- Either MATH 1091, Business Mathematics (3) or MATH 1101, Finite Mathematics (3)
- Either CMNS 1811, Professional and Academic Composition (3) or CMNS 1291, Introduction to Professional Writing (3)
- MIST 2611, Management Information Systems (3)
Elective requirements (18 credits)
18 credits in management studies, including business, economics, mathematics or statistics courses: ACCT, BBUS, BLAW, BUSN, ECON, ENTR, FNCE, HRMN, IBUS, MATH, MIST, MKTG, MNGT, ORGB, SCMN, STAT
Up to nine credits may be in approved arts and sciences electives or in technical or specialized-skills courses appropriate to your coursework, subject to approval.
Supervisory option (9 credits)
You are awarded this option if you complete one of the two following areas of specialization:
- Either ACCT 1211, Accounting I (3) or ACCT 2211, Financial Accounting (3)
- MKTG 2431, Marketing (3)
- MNGT 1711, Introduction to Business (3)
Consult with your program advisor to ensure that the courses you select can be applied toward the program requirements of your chosen credential.
Also, before you register in a course not listed on the OL website, you must apply for a letter of permission. Otherwise, you may find that either course credits cannot be applied to your program or you must pay a transcript reassessment fee.