Master in Management of Applied Science (MMASc)

Degree Requirements

Western University, Professional Master's in Science - Degree Requirements

 

Applied Sciences

  • Program Course Requirements (5.5 Full Course Equivalencies)
    • Core courses (7 x .05 FCE)
      • Leadership (0.5)
      • Professional Communication (0.5)
      • Professional Writing (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Marketing Management (0.5)
      • Organizational Behaviour (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Managerial Finance (0.5)
      • Project Management (0.5)
    • Applied Sciences Specialty Field courses (4 x 0.5 FCE) 
    • Milestones
      • Career Development - compulsory attendance
    • MMASc Work Term (1.0 FCE):
      • Students are required to pursue a posting in the Co-op Work Term. If extenuating circumstances preclude a student from securing a position, an alternate means to fulfil the course credit through a Major Research Project will be considered. The request to pursue the alternate course must be submitted in writing to the Graduate Chair explaining the extenuating circumstances. Students who pursue Major Research Projects are responsible for formulating the project and finding a faculty member who is willing to supervise them over the summer term.
    • Capstone: At the end of the summer term students will participate in a ‘capstone’ event, which brings them together as a multi- and interdisciplinary community to share their experiences by making presentations on their Co-op Work Terms or Major Research Projects
  • Progression requirements

    • Progress through the MMASc requires the maintenance of a minimum cumulative average of 70%, with no course mark below 60%.

Biological Sciences

  • Program Course Requirements (5.5 Full Course Equivalencies)
    • Core courses (7 x .05 FCE)
      • Leadership (0.5)
      • Professional Communication (0.5)
      • Professional Writing (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Marketing Management (0.5)
      • Organizational Behaviour (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Managerial Finance (0.5)
      • Project Management (0.5)
    • Biological Sciences Specialty Field courses(4 x 0.25 plus 2 x 0.5 FCE) 
    • Milestones
      • Career Development - compulsory attendance
    • MMASc Work Term (1.0 FCE):
      • Students are required to pursue a posting in the Co-op Work Term. If extenuating circumstances preclude a student from securing a position, an alternate means to fulfil the course credit through a Major Research Project will be considered. The request to pursue the alternate course must be submitted in writing to the Graduate Chair explaining the extenuating circumstances. Students who pursue Major Research Projects are responsible for formulating the project and finding a faculty member who is willing to supervise them over the summer term.
    • Capstone: At the end of the summer term students will participate in a ‘capstone’ event, which brings them together as a multi- and interdisciplinary community to share their experiences by making presentations on their Co-op Work Terms or Major Research Projects
  • Progression requirements

    • Progress through the MMASc requires the maintenance of a minimum cumulative average of 70%, with no course mark below 60%.

Global Health Systems in Africa

  • Program Course Requirements
    • Core courses (6 x .05)
      • Leadership (0.5)
      • Professional Communication (0.5)
      • Professional Writing (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Marketing Management (0.5)
      • Organizational Behaviour (0.5)
      • Fundamentals of Managerial Finance (0.5)
    • Global Health Systes in Africa Specialty Field courses(5 x .05)
    • Milestones
      • Career Development - compulsory attendance
    • Summer Field School(1.0 FCE)
    • Practicum (1.0 FCE):
      • Students are required to participate in a summer Practicum. If extenuating circumstances preclude a student from participation, an alternate means to fulfil the course credit through a Major Research Project can be considered. The request to pursue the alternate course must be submitted in writing to the Program Director explaining the extenuating circumstances. Students who pursue Major Research Projects are responsible for formulating the project and finding a faculty member who is willing to supervise them over the summer term.
    • Capstone: At the end of the summer term students will participate in a ‘capstone’ event to share their experiences by making presentations on their Practicum experiences or Major Research Projects.
  • Progression requirements

    • Progress through the MMASc requires the maintenance of a minimum cumulative average of 70%, with no course mark below 60%.