M. Admin Leadership Program Outline

The Levene Master of Administration in Leadership is a 30 credit hour program (10 courses) intended to be taken full or part-time. To suit your needs, it is offered primarily through evening, online or one-week intensive delivery.

Levene Master Admin. Leadership three required 3 credit hour core courses:

  • GBUS 817 Human Behaviour in Organizations
  • GBUS 870 Leadership: Theory and Practice
  • GBUS 874 Cases in Leadership

In addition to three core courses, choose four 3 credit hour electives from the following:

  • GBUS 815 Business Policy and Strategy
  • GBUS 860 Managing Change
  • GBUS 865 Project Management
  • GBUS 871 Group Dynamics in Organizations
  • GBUS 873 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
  • GBUS 875 Women in Leadership

To complete your program, choose three 3 credit hour GBUS 800-level electives

OR

One 3 credit hour GBUS 800-level elective plus the 6 credit hour GBUS 902 Practicum Project. Students selecting the project option must prepare and present a paper on a suitable topic of personal or professional interest. The project is supervised by a member of the Faculty of Business Administration.

Co-op Program Option

Co-op work placements offer an opportunity to earn while you learn and apply principles learned in class within a working environment. 

To be eligible for the co-op option, students must complete a minimum of four courses, be a full time student in good standing with no failing grades, and normally obtained a minimum CGPA of 75% before applying.

The co-op option consists of two work terms; either two separate four month work terms or one eight month work term. An option to complete a third work term is available. You are expected to submit a work term report after the successful completion of each placement.  To successfully complete a Co-op work term and receive a grade of "P" (Pass) for each work term, students must successfully complete the required work placement, including an evaluation of feedback from the employer, and attain a passing grade on their associated work term report.

Should you achieve a placement, your co-op fee is assessed in the semester that you are registered for your work term. The Graduate Business co-op fee is set at two times the rate charged for undergraduate co-op students, plus full time mandatory student fees according to the fee schedule, as well as the International Surcharge where applicable. 

Although the student's actual schedule may vary, the first Co-op work placement must normally be taken during a Fall semester.

Students will not normally be permitted to register for more than one course during a Co-op work term.  A student's program must end on an academic term, not on a Co-op work term.

*Students may complete third optional Co-op work term