Master of Management & Innovation (MSc) - dual degrees

Earn two degrees in two countries in just two years. 

Earn a Master of Management (MMgmt) in Canada and a Master of Science (Innovation) in Germany in just two years. This dual degrees program will give you a foundation in business and the ability to foster innovation. Take your first year in Canada at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary and your second in Germany at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

This exciting new dual degrees program is accepting a limited number of students – apply early! Open to recent graduates with a four-year non-business bachelor degree. Limited to students with 1-3 years of work experience.

Program start



  • Master of Management
  • Master of Science


  • Calgary, Canada
  • Munich, Germany

All courses taught in English

Courses (full-time)

  • Haskayne: 20 courses
  • TUM: 5 courses + thesis


  • Haskayne: 10 months
  • TUM: 12 months


  • Haskayne domestic: $25,883.88 CAD*
  • Haskayne international: $55,679.22 CAD*
  • TUM: €14,000

*Subject to change

Year 1 with Haskayne

September to June in Canada. This is a sample schedule (subject to change).

  • Intro to Business - introduction to the functional areas of business and their integration for the effective and efficient operation of organizations. 
  • Business Analytics - analytical tools and techniques for managerial decision, and their application to decision scenarios that parallel common business decisions.
  • Working with People - exploration of employment in different types of organizations such as public vs. private sector vs. not-for-profit.
  • Business Communications - gain an understanding of clear and concise written and verbal communications, development and presentation of a business case, and management of stakeholder expectations through digital and face-to-face communication techniques.
  • Financial Accounting - introduction to accounting for business organizations emphasizing the preparation and use of financial statements for decision-making purposes.
  • Intro to Finance - basic analytical tools and theoretical foundations for financial decisions, including topics in financial markets and instruments, time value of money, valuation of assets and projects, corporate financing policy, and financial risk management.
  • Operations & Supply Chain Integration - technology infrastructure, collaborations in business-to-business relationships, and customization in business to client relationships.
  • IT Management - builds a basic understanding of IT infrastructure, how infrastructure influences business processes, and managerial issues associated with IT implementation.
  • Strategic Marketing - introduction to traditional marketing concepts such as segmentation, positioning, product development, and pricing. Other topics include omnichannel marketing, permission and inbound marketing, personalization and customer relationship management, and content marketing.
  • Thinking Like an Entrepreneur - identify opportunities by applying research and analytical tools. Other topics include design thinking and business modelling.
  • IT for Value Innovations - examines organizational IT strategy and business opportunities created by rapidly evolving information technologies.
  • Managerial Accounting - introduction to the use of accounting within an organizational context. Emphasis placed on the development and dissemination of accounting information necessary for effective management.
  • Consumer Insights - provides practical insights into all aspects of the marketing mix. Emphasis on measurement, testing, and interpretation of consumer responses in area such as perception, motivation, decision making, and consumer culture.
  • Navigating the Organization - development of negotiation, power and influence, politics, and conflict resolution skills leading to increased effectiveness with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Special Topics in Finance - introduction to modern financial tools including: entrepreneurial finance, investment management, financial institutions, mergers & acquisitions, capital raising and investment banking. Other topics include blockchain and bitcoin, equity crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending, robo-advisors, big data in finance and early-stage financing.
  • Strategic Analysis - introduction to the key concepts, tools, and principles of strategy formulation and competitive analysis.
  • Technologies of Innovation - focuses on the use of leading edge technology for innovation, entrepreneurship and automation in different organizational contexts. Special emphasis on web-based software such as SaaS tools.

Choose two course electives OR one paid internship elective.

Course electives (duration is three weeks):

  • Storytelling with Data - examines how data visualizations are critical for understanding the messages the data is trying to communicate and ensuring the right visuals are crafted to deliver insights to stakeholders.
  • International Business - explore strategic challenges of managing and operating within an international business environment, features of the international environment and their potential implications at a firm level, strategies for firms competing in international markets, and operational tactics employed in functional areas.
  • Business Law - principal substantive subjects include the administrative and regulatory process, business contracts, employment and labour, business organizations and negligence.
  • Leadership - examines leadership theories and delves into concepts that leaders must consider when making decisions and implementing strategy.

Internship elective (duration is three months):

  • Work Integrated Learning - gain practical and paid work experience to help build your communication skills, professionalism on the job and develop a network of contacts. This is a 12-week full-time internship. Students are responsible for securing their own internship, however the Career Development Centre will provide support and guidance. 
  • Capstone - Integrated Decision Making - students have the opportunity to demonstrate the culmination of their learning at the end of their Master of Management program. By working with an organization, students have the opportunity to design and implement an integrated solution to a strategic issue

Note: if students are taking the internship elective, you will have to take one week off of work to attend the Capstone course. 

Year 2 with TUM

October to September in Munich. Please refer to the TUM website for further course details.

  • Innovation Prototyping - learn how do generate and assess new business ideas, and to transform these ideas into actual products or business models. 
  • Growth Strategies and Business Models - identification of market opportunities for new tech is one of the most challenging tasks technology managers are faced with. As a team, solve a specific growth challenge for a Munich-based start-up. 
  • Technological Trends - get to know new and upcoming tech trends, topics vary each semester. Past classes have explored robotics, automotive, sustainability, and digital transformation. Learn how to analyze trends and their implications on organizations and society.
  • Personal & Leadership Development - learn the relevant theories and models of lateral leadership, self-reflect and set development goals. Dive into project management and presentation skills, feedback, networking, and career planning.
  • Project Work (Munich Enterprise/Start-up) - working in student teams, gain hands-on experience with a German company who will define the structure of the project and employ state-of-the-art methods and theories to develop practical results. 

Please refer to the TUM website for further course details.

  • Master's thesis - learn to summarize, compare, synthesize, analyze and extend methodologically demanding economic literature and research questions. Write a scientific thesis to identify research gaps, address these gaps with distinctive research questions, try to answer these questions with the appropriate research methods and critically discuss findings. Students have six months to complete the Master's Thesis. Note: the Master's thesis is a full-time commitment.
  • Master's thesis - learn to summarize, compare, synthesize, analyze and extend methodologically demanding economic literature and research questions. Write a scientific thesis to identify research gaps, address these gaps with distinctive research questions, try to answer these questions with the appropriate research methods and critically discuss findings. Students have six months to complete the Master's Thesis. Note: the Master's thesis is a full-time commitment and not a simple assignment. It is an opportunity to design a project or actively search one out that matches your specific academic interests. Students may cooperate with any department at TUM. Your research culminates in an academic paper presenting findings in relation to a self-constructed hypothesis.   


Haskayne School of Business

  • The Haskayne School of Business was founded at the University of Calgary in 1967 and holds a reputation of distinction, integrity, and innovation.
  • Each year, Haskayne welcomes nearly 4,000 full- and part-time students enrolled in bachelor's, master’s, and doctorate programs.
  • Haskayne is ranked among the top 10 best business schools in Canada according to the 2021 Maclean’s Canada’s Best University rankings.
  • And is also accredited by AACSB International, a hallmark of excellence earned by only 5 percent of the world's business schools.
  • Haskayne’s mission is to create innovative research, unparalleled learning opportunities and meaningful engagement with our community. Haskayne is where big ideas come to life and bold leaders thrive.

Haskayne is thrilled to offer this dual degree program with TUM that leverages research strengths in innovation and entrepreneurship with outstanding facilities in two world class cities. Students have the opportunity to explore emerging technologies, gain global experiences and make lifelong friendships.

Catherine Heggerud

Catherine Heggerud

Director - Strategic Initiatives

Technical University of Munich

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is a top 10 best university in Europe ranked by Times Higher Education. Recognized for their outstanding achievements in research and teaching, TUM has strong alliances with companies and scientific institutions all over the world.

TUM is located in the beautiful city of Munich with stunning lakes and mountains nearby. Munich offers a high quality of life thanks to its buzzing cultural scene, filled with centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is also known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and breweries. 


To be considered for this joint degree program you must meet requirements for both programs. View admission requirements for the Haskayne Master of Management and the TUM Master of Science

Important deadlines:

  • International applicants - March 15, 2022
  • Canadian citizens and permanent residents - June 1, 2022

To apply to the dual degrees program, please complete the Haskayne School of Business MMgmt application form. Note: within this application form there will be field for you to indicate that you are applying for admission to the dual degrees program.


Multiple Haskayne TUM Dual Degrees Scholarships of up to $10,000 are available. No separate scholarship application form is required. Applicants will be considered for scholarships automatically at the time of admission. Recipients are notified of scholarship decisions in their Offer of Admission.

German-based scholarships may be available through DAAD. Note: scholarships offered through DAAD are not affiliated with TUM. Students should contact DAAD directly.