Much of the controversy around management being art or science is based on description of the fact that the earlier leaders of industry used intuition, hunches, common sense and experience in managing organisations. They were not well-educated, they were not trained professional managers, but they managed their businesses brilliantly. However, common sense and science differ considerably in solving the problems. Examples are Dhirubhai Ambani, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata and Ghanshyam Das Birla … the list is long. In 1919, GD Birla was in no better position. He had fought hard with his family and the colonial establishment to start a jute mill. World War I broke out before he could place orders for machinery.
High school applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:
- High school graduation
- Minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed Grade 12 academic courses including Grade 12 academic English (or French for applicants from Francophone schools) and any Math or Science courses required for your desired degree program.
- Remaining Grade 12 academic courses may be made up of electives from the lists below
The following admissions requirements are for Canadian high school students considering applying to one of the following undergraduate degree programs. Please contact the Admissions Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.
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