The IME program is a year-long curriculum only offered on the Lethbridge campus. Each semester, students take two (six-credit hour) modules. For the first semester, students must take Management 3091, the equivalent of taking Management 3031: Managing Responsibly in a Global Environment, and 3061: Management Information Systems.
Fall Semester - Management 3091
Managing Responsibly in a Global Environment - MGT 3031
This course covers what it means to conduct business responsibly and what the role of business is in society.
PRoject management - MGT 3920
Project Management will cover various issues surrounding managing projects and will provide students with a basic toolkit to approaching business problems and tasks. Topics will include organization, resources, structure, and evaluating and auditing projects.
Winter Semester - Management 3092
Human Resource Management - MGT 3050
This course contributes to student's understanding of how human resources departments function to adhere to an organization's goals, as well as legal issues, recruitment, selection, training, performance, etc.
Introduction to International Management - MGT 3650
This course covers issues regarding cross cultural management and international trade, marketing, and economics.