The Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) is Canada's senior management association. Many individuals from business, government and a wide variety of industries have enhanced their careers by meeting the academic requirements to attain the CIM designation. The Canadian Institute of Management program offers the CIM designation through a program of equivalency courses. Students completing the CIM certificate are eligible for the designation.
Note: When choosing electives, if you choose to do MKTG 111, it must be combined with MKTG 150 to equal one elective for CIM. That means you would need to do an additional elective in order to have two electives with CIM. Courses are subject to change by the association.
The pace of change is accelerating, and with change comes the challenge to adapt and improve. For over 50 years the Canadian Institute of Management has advanced careers and contributed to the field of management knowledge amidst changing times. As a non-profit association, the Canadian Institute of Management is Canada's senior management organization dedicated to professional development. As a member or a program participant, CIM informs and trains management professionals to be better prepared for the challenge of change. For further information, visit cim.ca or email email@example.com.
|Curriculum||Quick-Look Availability Scheduler|
|BACC 152: Financial Accounting 1|
|BACC 200: Financial Accounting 2|
|BACC 250: Financial Analysis and Accounting|
|BFIN 350: Corporate Finance|
|BLAW 150: Business Law|
|BMGT 152: Principles of Management|
|BMGT 205: Human Resources Administration|
|BMGT 304: Strategic Management|
|BMGT 355: Business Policy|
|WRIT 200: Workplace Writing Skills|
|Required 2 from the following courses||2021||2022|
|BECN 150: Microeconomics (Business)|
|BECN 200: Macroeconomics (Business)|
|BMGT 203: Operations Management|
|BMGT 252: Organizational Behaviour|
|BMGT 262: Project Management|
|MKTG 111: Marketing Fundamentals|
|MKTG 150: Consumer Services|