Utilities Management

Become a Powerful Leader

Put your energy towards becoming a better leader in the utility sector. In co-operation with Manitoba Hydro (Centra Gas), the program delivers an understanding of the sector and necessary management practices

 

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Program Description:

Gain the many management skills you’ll need to face the unique challenges and opportunities in the utility sector. In this specialization, you build on in-house training programs, an industry-specific course, and general management principles to gain an understanding of the utility sector and its issues and the management practices necessary to effectively address the future changes in the industry.

Credential Awarded

Applied Management: Utilities Management Specialization

 

Length of Study

The program can be completed on a part-time basis and must be completed within five years. Students can fast track their studies in two years dependent on number of courses taken per year.

Admission Requirements

To be eligible for admission, you must be an employee of Manitoba Hydro (MB Hydro).

Program Structure

The program includes three required courses, and one elective.  Students have the option to choose one of two provided elective courses (MGMT 0110 or HRM 0100)

Delivery Methods

Face to Face and Online

Specific Requirements

Students are required to complete either Managing the Human Resource Function OR Organizational Behaviour. Credit will not be given for both.

Courses

Required Courses

    • MGMT 0100 – Canadian Business: An Introduction
    • FINC 0200 – Introductory Accounting for Business
    • MGMT 0270 – Managing in the Utility Sector

And one of:

  • HRM 0100 – Managing the Human Resource Function
  • MGMT 0110 – Organizational Behaviour

Optional Tutorial

  • FINC 0800 – Introductory Accounting for Business Tutorial

Certificate/Graduation

In order to be eligible to graduate, students must make a formal application at the beginning of the session in which they expect to complete graduation requirements, before the last date of the registration revision period.This can be done on-line through Aurora. (Login, select “Enrolment and Academic Records”, select “Declarations”, and follow the instructions. If the date you wish to graduate does not appear, you will need to contact an advisor in your Faculty as soon as possible; as you may have missed the online application deadline).The deadline date for declaring your intention is the end of the revision period in the term in which you expect to complete your courses. For example:

  • for Spring graduation, declare by mid-January
  • for Fall graduation, declare by late July/early August
  • for February graduation, declare by mid-September

Course Schedule

TERMCOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAME (Courses run in Online/Face-to-Face formats)
Fall 2017 MGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ) – F2F
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (ELE) - OL
MGMT 0270Managing in the Utility Sector (REQ) – OL & F2F
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ) – F2F
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE) – F2F
Winter 2018MGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ) – OL
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (ELE) – F2F
MGMT 0270Managing in the Utility Sector (REQ) – OL
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ) – OL
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE) – OL
Spring 2018MGMT 0100Canadian Business: An Introduction (REQ) – OL
MGMT 0110Organizational Behaviour (ELE) - OL
FINC 0200Introductory Accounting for Business (REQ) - OL
HRM 0100Managing the Human Resource Function (ELE) - OL

 

 


Apply to the Program



1. Fill Out an Application Form


Download and submit a completed Program Application Form.
Program Application Form (PDF)

2. Gather Your Transcripts


Submit official transcripts of the highest level of education you have completed. Student copies or photocopies are not acceptable. Transcripts become the property of University of Manitoba and will not be returned.

3. Submit Your Documents


Submit completed application form and transcripts to:
Student and Instructor Services

185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2
or by email: extended@umanitoba.ca
Final official transcripts from any university or college attended other than University of Manitoba are required. Student copies or photocopies are not acceptable. Transcripts become the property of University of Manitoba and will not be returned.

4. Register for Your Courses


You can register for courses either online or by email, mail, in person or fax.

Register by email, mail, in person or fax
Download and submit a completed Course Registration Form
Course Registration Form (PDF)

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Extended Education

185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R3T 2N2
Phone: +1 204 474-8800
Toll Free: 1 888 216-7011
Fax: +1 204 474-7661
Email: extended@umanitoba.ca
“The Utilities Management Program is designed to provide Manitoba Hydro employees with the management skills needed to face the unique challenges and opportunities specific to the utility sector and the utility business.” Christine Morley

Employee Development Specialist, Manitoba Hydro

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