Students . College of Arts and Science . University of Saskatchewan A major is an area of specialized study that requires you to take courses specifically concentrated in one academic subject area. All degree programs in the College of Arts and Science centre on a major, so students must choose one in order to graduate. Depending on the major and type of degree program you choose, you will complete between thirty to sixty credit units in that major plus additional courses in other related subject areas. In your first year of study, you might not be ready to choose a major but you can choose a ‘potential’ major based on your interests. This will help you focus your course selection and work towards your goal. You will find that with each course you complete you will gain a deeper understanding of the major you wish to graduate with and the career you would like to pursue. It is recommended that students choose a major by the mid-point of their degree. Explore Majors What Can I Do With This Major? Major / Career Choice Survey
Master of Supply Chain Management - Stephen M. Ross School of Business Supply chain management touches every function of global commerce: marketing, sourcing, manufacturing, logistics, inventory management, information technology, and customer relations. It’s not simply a tactical function; it’s a business function. It’s about the people, processes, and technology that propel products through the global economy. Now more than ever, companies need innovative leaders with the vision and skill to manage the entire life cycle of goods and services. The Ross School's Master of Supply Chain Management Program (MSCM), ranked No. 2 in the nation, delivers those leaders.
Average MBA GMAT Scores in Canada The average Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score required by MBA schools in Canada is 550, ranging from a low of 500 to a high of over 600. The average GMAT score attained by MBA students, however, is 606. A proportional relationship appears to exist between a school's supposed place on the hierarchy of business education and its average GMAT score. That is, schools higher up on the hierarchy tend to have higher scores. For example, students at the traditionally elite business schools of Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Queen's University, and Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario have, on average, a GMAT score of 654 ranging from 642 to 661.
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Ten Ways to Market Your Liberal Arts Degree Printer-Friendly Version by Katharine Hansen, Ph.D. Let's face it; liberal-arts degrees get a bum rap. Everyone wants to know what in the world you're going to be able to do with that philosophy or history or literature degree. There's lots of material out there about why it's a great idea to major in liberal arts, as well as information on how to choose a career that maximizes your liberal-arts degree. But there's not much written about how to actually market your degree to employers. 1. If you're hanging your head and acting defensive -- or doomed -- when your parents or your friends with business or engineering majors give you a hard time over your "unmarketable" liberal-arts degree, get over it! 2. The neat thing about many liberal-arts grads is that they chose their major because they truly loved the subject matter. 3. 4. Here's more great news for liberal-arts majors: The skills that employers almost universally seek are the ones you've gained through your liberal-arts studies. 5.
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