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Master of Meetings

Overview

Most unproductive meetings can be attributed to a lack of planning, execution or follow-up. In the Master of Meetings Program, students plan and prepare for meetings and learn what to do during and after the meeting to ensure it serves its intended purpose. The epidemic of bad, inefficient, overcrowded meetings that are plaguing the world's businesses – and making workers miserable. Save yourself and others from bad meetings by learning the skills to properly manage and facilitate.

Utilizing practical skill-building exercises, learn how to successfully run a meeting by improving decision-making, handling conflicts, building a collaborative environment, recording minutes and post-meeting follow-up with action plans.

Admissions

There are no admission requirements for this program.

English is the language of instruction at Assiniboine. All applicants educated outside of Canada or in a country not on the test exempt list are expected to meet the English language proficiency requirement. See assiniboine.net/elp for more information.

If you don’t meet these admission requirements please visit our adult learning page for more information on assessment of special circumstances.

NEXT STEP

This program does not require an application. Courses for this program are available this term. 

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Courses & Costs

To graduate with a Master of Meetings document of achievement, students must successfully complete 40 academic hours.

Course Number
Course Title
Hours

BUSN-0181

Move the Meeting
15

BUSN-0182

Meeting Facilitation
15

COMM-0389

Interpersonal Communication
5

COMM-0390

Presentation Skills
5

Note: Timelines, applicable industry experience, and teaching methodology will depend on program delivery choice; program information sheets subject to change without notice.

Courses for this program are available this term. 

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Fast Facts

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Master of Meetings program entail?

Utilizing practical skill-building exercises, students learn how to successfully run a meeting by improving decision-making, handling conflicts, building a collaborative environment, recording minutes and post-meeting follow-up with action plans.

Do I need to apply to the Master of Meetings program?

An application is not required for this program.

How do I register for Master of Meetings courses?

Courses are available to register through MYACC instant enrolment.

Where can I view which Master of Meetings courses are offered this term?

View the eGuide for Continuing Studies Program & Courses for courses available this term.

Why are courses not offered every term for this program?

Courses in a program are offered based on several considerations such as, but not limited to, instructor availability, seasonality, demand, etc.

Am I required to purchase textbooks for the Master of Meetings courses?

Textbooks are not required for this program.

How can I access my academic and financial information?

Students whose home institution is Assiniboine, can access academic information (grades, class schedule and transcript request) and financial information online at My ACC myacc.assiniboine.net

I've successfully completed the required courses for this program. How do I receive my credential?

Students that have successfully completed all the program requirements can complete an Application to Graduate form and email to registration@assiniboine.net to receive their credential.