CCHSE_231x50Canadian College of Health LEADERS (CCHL)

CCHL is a national, non-profit, professional association dedicated to developing, promoting, advancing and recognizing excellence in health leadership.  Eligible Canadian health care professionals can receive credit toward the Certified Health Executive (CHE) designation while completing the MBA program.  CHE program for Athabasca University MBA students »

 

CGA_09Certified General Accountants of Canada (CGA-Canada)

Athabasca University’s innovative alliance with the Certified General Accountants of Canada (CGA-Canada) enables CGAs to augment their accounting and financial knowledge with in-depth knowledge of general management. Elective concentrations in areas such as information technology, entrepreneurship, and project management enable CGAs to advance their knowledge in areas relevant to their current professional requirements.  CGA partnership agreement »

 

CMA-Canada_with-wording2Certified Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada)

The strategic alliance between CMA Canada and Athabasca University combines CMA Canada’s distinguished reputation for developing strategic financial management professionals with Athabasca University’s acknowledged leadership in graduate management education. Recognizing the CMA designation as a leading advanced management accounting credential, Athabasca University offers CMAs advanced standing and transfer credit for financial and accounting courses and electives in its MBA program.  CMA partnership agreement »

 

CPA-CGA-CMA-CA-Logos-ColourInstitute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta (ICAA) Partnership

As an ICAA member, your designation has taken you far. Now there’s an opportunity to take your career even farther. Athabasca University’s online MBA for executives allows you to enhance your knowledge and skills to set new goals, take on new projects and think strategically about your industry, organization and role within your organization. In the AU MBA, you will be applying theory to practice and learning alongside students from the world’s top companies in a variety of industry sectors and levels of management. The AU MBA is designed for the new world of work, bringing together leaders and managers across the globe for a first class educational experience.  ICAA partnership agreement »

 

SCMA logoSupply Chain Management Association (SCMA)

Athabasca University and the Supply Chain Management Association are committed to developing strategic business leaders who combine innovative management leadership skills with superior supply chain management knowledge. The strategic alliance between Athabasca University and SCMA enables students who hold a Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation enhanced access to AU’s online MBA program by providing transfer credit allowing you to finish your MBA program up to six months faster. SCMA agreement »

Lehigh_logoLehigh Hanson Materials Limited

Athabasca University’s Faculty of Business and Lehigh Hanson have partnered to provide key Lehigh staff located in western Canada and the U.S. with graduate level training in the area of supply chain management.

 

DMD_PrincessAuto_ExcerptPrincess Auto

AUFB and Princess Auto have partnered to enhance their internal staff development program. Key personnel are taking AUFB courses from undergraduate level to MBA including our Leadership stream of LMD courses.

 

 

cme_logo_2015Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

AUFB and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) have developed a series of courses (MMC) designed specifically for individuals in the manufacturing sector that are poised to take on management and leadership roles within their organizations. CME recognized through their Management Issues Survey that management and leadership skills are the highest growing area of need for Canada’s manufacturers.

Apple on Campus

Athabasca University is part of the Apple on Campus program! Special educational pricing is available for AU Faculty of Business students on many Apple products, with 2% of all sales generated going into an AU Faculty of Business student bursary. Apple on Campus »