Academic advisors help you plan a balanced workload, graduate on time and meet requirements of your chosen professional designation.
Advisors are located in the Undergraduate Programs office, M2060 (Markin Hall).
Funding for Management Student Professional Development Program
Did you know financial assistance is available to help offset the cost of approved off-campus professional development opportunities?
Visit the Student PDP page - Professional Development Fund section to find out if you or your group are eligible to receive funding.
Marketing Professor, Dr. Sameer Deshpande
Dr. Deshpande is a professor of Marketing and a member of the Centre for Socially Responsible Marketing. His research focuses mainly on behaviour-change marketing and he has, on several occasions, been asked to comment for the media on issues related to consumer behaviour and campaigns for social change.
View his recent interview with Alberta Primetime about alcohol labelling.
A course in management can help you develop planning, organizational and financial skills. And, for many of them, you don't need to be a Management student to enroll.
Several courses are open to members of the community who are not current U of L students.
See what we have to offer and find a course to suit your unique needs.
Alumni Colin Pischke, the owner of Print Your Mind 3D, is helping spearhead an initiative where Alberta teens will build prosthetic hands for children in developing countries through a partnership between a Calgary 3D printing company, a global non-profit and a credit-based high school course.
The fully functioning. custom-sized extremities will be created using desktop 3D printers and assembled by students in grades 10, 11 and 12. The students will learn about topics including technology, prosthetics, medicine, and social consciousness during the course of the project.
Program Highlight: International Exchanges and Work-Study
International exchanges are an exciting and life-changing way to increase your knowledge and skills, learn a new language and provide a global perspective on business.
Management exchanges are open to U of L students from any faculty.