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New University of Manitoba Degree Program

for C.I.M. Designation holders

The Canadian Institute of Management is pleased to announce an exciting new program has been developed that recognizes the education and professional experience obtained by holders of the Certified in Management (C.I.M.) designation.  The University of Manitoba has launched a new part-time degree program that grants admission and advanced standing for 24 out of 90 credits for C.I.M. designation holders towards a Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies (BAIS) degree.  In addition to this admission and advanced standing, additional education may be transferred into the program on a case-by-case basis.  As a testament to the quality of the C.I.M. designation, this BAIS degree program recognizes the quality of the process leading to the designation, regardless of when or where the designation was obtained.  The remaining credits to obtain the degree are offered in online, face-to-face, and blended formats, catering to C.I.M. holders from coast-to-coast.

In order to qualify for admission and advanced standing, all applicants must be current members of the Canadian Institute of Management, holders of the C.I.M. designation and meet additional grade and document requirements from the University of Manitoba.  Lapsed members will have to contact the Canadian Institute of Management prior to applying for this program to reinstate their membership and their right to use the C.I.M. designation.

Please contact Arlene Atkinson, Professional Development Coordinator, for more information at arlene.education@cim.ca or 705-725-8926

 

The Western University

Professional Certificate in Management

The Canadian Institute of Management is pleased to announce the recognition of the C.I.M. designation towards the Professional Certificate in Management offered through the University of Western Ontario Continuing Studies.  The CIM and UWO have reached an agreement that any current member of the Institute holding a Certified in Management (C.I.M.) designation will be able to apply for eight credits (regardless of where they were taken, but within a 10 year limit) and will generally be required to complete four courses to complete the UWO Professional Certificate in Management.  Every application is considered on a case-by-case basis. For instructions and credit application form click here

To obtain more information regarding the specific course content of the UWO program please visit www.uwo.ca/cstudies/continuingstudies.html

This program represents opportunities for current C.I.M. designation holders to advance their education and enhance their managerial skills.  It also gives another major reason for individuals starting the C.I.M. program to continue to graduation and beyond.  For those members who hold their Professional Manager (P.Mgr.) designation, these credits qualify for CPLED credits required for professional development.

In order to qualify for admission and advanced standing, all applicants must be current members of the Canadian Institute of Management,  and holders of the C.I.M. designation.  Lapsed members will have to contact the Canadian Institute of Management prior to applying for this program to reinstate their membership and their right to use the C.I.M. designation.

Please contact Arlene Atkinson, Professional Development Coordinator, for more information at arlene.education@cim.ca or 705-725-8926

 

It’s time to, Reward Yourself

Vice President & National Director of Membership