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Martin Haworth

Associate Professor

Business Statistics

 

Office: EB  2012

Phone: 403.440.6969

Email: mhaworth@mtroyal.ca

 

Degrees: BA Economics MEC

 

 
 

BIO

Martin Haworth completed his diploma in Business Administration from Ryerson Polytechnic Institute in 1972.  He received a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) degree from York University in 1977.  Martin completed his Masters in Economics degree at the University of Calgary in 1988.

Prior to Launching his teaching career, Martin held a number of admInistrative/management positions with both the Royal Bank of Canada and the Bank of Nova Scotia.  In 1980, he received the Fellowship of the Institute of Canadian Bankers.

Martin joined Mount Royal College in 1988 teaching in both the Department of Business Administration and the Department of Economics and Political Science.  He taught courses in Business Statistics, Business Math and Economics as a part-time instructor until 1995 when he commenced teaching Quantitative Methods for the School of Business on a full-time basis.  Martin also assumed the role of Coordinator of the Quantitative Methods area.  From 2000 to 2003 Martin was the Program Chair of the Business and Entrepreneurship Department and the University Transfer program.  

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Recognition and Awards
Fellowship of the Institute of Canadian Bankers

Main Courses
Business Statistics

Community and University Service

Martin is an active member of the Mount Royal University community and has served on a number of University committees. Some of these committees are Academic Council, General Faculties Council, the Program and Policy Committee, the Faculty Evaluations Committee, the Human Rights Committee, Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable, Economic Policy Committee, Online SEI Committee, Business and Communications Tenure Criteria Committee and Academic Awards. Martin has twice been nominated for the Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award.
Martin has also taught, on a part-time basis, for both Athabasca University and the University of Calgary.