Management

Why study Management?

Management is a multidisciplinary field in which managers use accounting, information technology, economics, human resource management, marketing, and finance skills to organize, plan, form policies, lead and direct operations. To be successful in this field, strong communication skills are a must, and will be developed throughout your studies.


The Saint Mary's approach

Management is a multidisciplinary field in which managers use accounting, information technology, economics, human resource management, marketing, and finance skills to organize, plan, form policies, lead and direct operations. To be successful in this field, strong communication skills are a must, and will be developed throughout your studies.

As part of the most comprehensive Bachelor of Commerce program in Atlantic Canada at the Sobey School of Business, you will develop the diverse skills demanded by today’s employers. Our world-renowned faculty and the international diversity of our community will help you build the experience needed to be a leader in sustainable and entrepreneurial businesses.


Hands-on learning

Management students have travelled to Hong Kong, Rouen, France, and Mexico on academic exchanges. They have also received awards for their writing from the Saint Mary’s Writing Centre.


Sample courses offered

  • Introduction to Business Management
  • Micro-organizational Behavior
  • Macro-organizational Behavior
  • Industrial Relations
  • Human Resource Management
  • Ethical Responsibilities of Organizations
  • Organizational Theory

Future career opportunities

  • Human resource coordinator
  • Project manager
  • Operations manager
  • Employment agency counselor

What our students are saying

“The Management co-op program is an excellent opportunity to apply all the concepts learned in class to real-life situations. Not only do you obtain a better understanding of these concepts, but you also gain valuable job experience that can open many doors upon graduation. It simply creates ‘added value’ to your degree and to your future career opportunities.”

- Karen Reyna, a co-op student in the Commerce program studying Management with a Certificate in Human Resource Management