Program Planning


Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management - General Management (25 course) Sample Sequencing Plan (2009 / 2010)

Below is a suggested sequence plan for the Post-Diploma B.Mgt. program (25 course).

Prerequisites and corequisites as of 2009/2010 are given in parentheses below each applicable course; where more than one prerequisite/corequisite is required, items are separated by semi-colons. Check the current Calendar/Timetable for current prerequisites and corequisites.

Year 3, Fall
Economics 1010
Management 20601
Management 2100
Statistics 1770
(prereqs: One of Pure MATH 30 or MATH 302)
One of: Writing 1000 or a university English course
Year 3, Spring
Economics 1012
Management 2030
(prereqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Management 2400
(prereqs: MGT 2100; One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Fine Arts & Humanities Course3
Science Course3
Year 4, Fall
Management 2700
(prereqs: MGT 2030; One of PSYC 2030 or STAT 1770)
Management 3031
(prereqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Management 3050/Political Science 3420
(prereqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Management 3061
(prereqs: MGT 2030; MGT 2060)
(coreqs: One of WRIT 1000 or a university English course)
Fine Arts & Humanities Course3
Year 4, Spring
Management 3020
Management 3040
(prereqs: MGT 2400)
Management 3080
Fine Arts & Humanities Course3
GLER Course, any list3
Year 5, Fall
Management 4090
(prereqs: 4th-year standing; MGT 3031; MGT 3050/POLI 3420; MGT 3061)
Management Elective - 3000/4000 level
Management Elective - 3000/4000 level
Management Elective - 3000/4000 level
GLER Course, any list3
 
1. Students pursuing a Post-Diploma (25 course) B.Mgt. degree must take Management 2060 instead of Computer Science 1000. Management 2060 is substantially similar to Computer Science 1000 (refer to the 2009/2010 University of Lethbridge Calendar, Part 4, Section 3.c., Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
2. Instead of Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30, students may use UofL's Mathematics 0500, or both Applied Mathematics 30 and a minimum grade of 75% in Athabasca University's Mathematics 101.
3. Recommended Courses:
Fine Arts & Humanities: Philosophy 2236;
Social Science: Economics 3220, Geography 2535, Geography 3075;
Science: Environmental Science 2000, Geography 1010, Geography 2700, Geology 2060