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Students receive a Master’s in Management of Applied Science (MMASc) degree.
The MMASc is a science degree with additional business courses. The program is designed to enhance the professional skills of BSc graduates and develop innovative and visionary leaders.
The MMASc is a professional degree that aims to enhance science application and communications skills in preparation for a non-academic career. They may also, at any time, apply for a separate research-related graduate degree. Please visit Degree Requirements for more information.
The MMASc is a three term (one year) program. For more information on student progression through the program, please visit Degree Requirements.
Students are required to pursue a posting in four month (500 hour) Co-op Work Term which is worth 1.0 course credit. If a student is unable to find a position, an alternate means to fulfil the course credit through a Major Research Project will be considered. For more information, please visit Industry Partnerships.
No, this is a full-time degree program.
Tuition payment methods and deadlines are available for viewing each term. Western provides a variety of financial support mechanisms to assist students including bursaries, scholarships and awards. Please visit MMASc - Fees and Tuition for further information.
No, but students are required to participate in a four-month (minimum of 500 hours) full-time co-op term for the successful completion of the degree. Students will then return to Western to make a presentation about their employment experience. Please visit Degree Requirements for more information.