Supply Chain Management Education with Co-Op at MacEwan School of Business, Edmonton, Alberta
Founded in 1971, Macewan University has a long tradition of learner access and quality education. As a comprehensive university, MacEwan offers more than 60 programs including undergraduate degrees, applied degrees, diplomas, certificates, continuing education and corporate training.
In less than 40 years, MacEwan has evolved and grown to become a degree-granting university offering a broad complement of programs. The name may have changed, but the learning and commitment continues. In the 2010/11 Canadian University Report released by the Globe and Mail, the students gave MacEwan an "A" for the quality of education, levels of student/faculty interaction, quality of teaching, class sizes and campus atmosphere.
School of Business is a recognized leader in undergraduate international business education, known for student success, scholarship, innovation and excellence in teaching. The School of Business hosts two research centres: the Institute for Innovation in Management Education (IIME) and the Institute of Asia Pacific Studies (IAPS).
- BComm with Supply Chain Management and Co-op (4 years): MacEwan’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce degree opens these doors to the executive level of business. The small class sizes and top-notch faculty means that you’ll get the best possible education to prepare you for your career in business. The supply chain management major focuses on developing partnerships and relationships with other businesses, and ensuring that the final product is delivered to the right place, at the right time, for the right price. Combine this with an eight-month paid practicum, and you’re well on your way to a rewarding career in this dynamic field. The objective of the Supply Chain Management practicum (Coop) is to provide students with a real-life business environment where they can acquire and develop practical industry skills and apply their academic knowledge.
- Co-operative Education: When you participate in a co-op, you try out a particular career and workplace environment related to your major to see if it is a good fit for your career goals, professional development and personality. Co-operative Education opportunities are not entry level roles. Co-operative Education employers expect you to have significant previous work experience and positive references from these experiences. Co-operative Education roles are full time and may require overtime hours.
Legal Recognition / Accreditation: Public Institution Recognized under a Public Act. Post-secondary Learning Act (Part 2 - Colleges and Technical Institutes)
Memberships/Affiliations: Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC); Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE); Languages Canada (LC)
LAST UPDATED ON June 27, 2021