uLethbridge offers a range of innovative, relevant, and unique graduate programs in existing and emerging disciplines that prepare you to transition into your career. You can choose from more than 75 graduate programs.
Examines the factors influencing the design, provision, quality, use, and impact of financial and non-financial information on a variety of stakeholders, including investors, managers, auditors, creditors, and organizations.
Common areas of study include: capital markets use of information, judgement and decision making of auditors and managers, factors influencing information quality and use, accounting information systems, ethics, performance measurement, and contracting uses of accounting information.
A degree, or major in accounting is required to be considered for this major. Though not required, work experience in the field of accounting is a valuable asset.
Focuses on the study of financial markets, financial instruments and investment decision-making, and analyzes alternative methods in obtaining, managing and using capital. Finance incorporates basic economics,accounting and statistics in simple and complex mathematical models to simplify and study the complete economic reality of financing business and investments. Our recently-launched flagship trading room (Centre for Financial Market Research and Teaching) allows students to experience the micro-structure of financial markets and risk management through trading and investment activities, using real-time financial data and current market information.
This program provides basic management knowledge for practitioners and entry-level managers in the health sector. The focus is on providing students with the knowledge necessary to enter a management position in the Canadian healthcare system.
Learn the science behind successfully managing people in organizations. The field as a whole uses rigorous qualitative and quantitative methods to examine the employment relationship from beginning to end. You can choose to study what motivates and inspires, or what can go wrong and why. As you develop your project you will work one-on-one with our faculty who have research expertise in areas such as leadership, human behaviour, employee engagement, work attitudes, ethics, social justice, social influence, labour law, and workplace health.
The program is designed to develop the conceptual and analytical skills needed to formulate effective international management strategies and policies to benefit all of an organization’s constituents in today’s globally competitive environment. It is also designed to familiarize students with the cultures and comparative business practices of countries in which multinational firms actively trade and invest.
Marketing involves creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large. Our faculty specializes in applying marketing techniques to encourage behaviour change that will benefit individuals and society. Examples include encouraging healthy behaviour, environmental protection, or non-profit support.
This master's program is designed to provide interdisciplinary knowledge and experience for health care practitioners and entry-level managers in the health sector who wish to move into more senior positions. The focus is therefore on providing students with the knowledge necessary to become effective managers in the Canadian healthcare system. Development of applied research, critical thinking and decision-making skills is embedded throughout the program, culminating with application in an integrated experience point project.
Focuses on for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and their industrial and institutional environments, organizational ecology, inter-organizational networks, organizational and institutional change,strategic choice and implementation, top management team dynamics, corporate governance and other subjects. Students will acquire a variety of skills that will allow them to critically evaluate theory and research about organizations and their environments and to undertake their own research in the field.