Vancouver Graduate Programs

Master of Administrative Science (MAS)

This 30-credit professional graduate degree program enhances the administrative and leadership skills of graduates. Combining both cognitive and affective instruction through case studies, simulations, and group exercises, this rigorous program develops critical managerial effectiveness and administrative competencies in a supportive learning environment.

MS in Applied Computer Science (MSACS)

A 30-credit Master of Science program that prepares students both for the direct pursuit of productive careers in industry and for continued graduate study. The program educates professionals to become leaders in various areas of computer science ranging from software engineering to computer design, and from systems analysis to the management of information systems.

Master of Hospitality and Tourism Management (MHMS)

The MHMS degree is an academically rigorous, flexible program of study designed for those wishing to enter into or advance their careers in various hospitality-related professions. The 30 credit MHMS builds the analytical, managerial, and leadership competencies needed by managers, entrepreneurs, educators, and other professionals in the hospitality and tourism sector.  Taught by faculty with outstanding academic credentials and real-world experience, MHMS students study current issues with instructors who are actively engaged in the hospitality industry.

Pre-Master Program (PMP)

The Pre-Master Program provides international students with the advanced academic skills they need to be successful in the MHMS and MSACS degree programs. Students who enroll in the program meet all the academic admission requirements, but require additional preparation in academic reading, writing, and research skills at the graduate level. Students can self-select to take this program or be placed in the program based on the outcome of the Vancouver Campus English Placement Test.