Study full-time or part-time and develop the kind of big-picture business thinking that employers want.
This new 45-credit offering by the John Molson School of Business is a refresh of JMSB’s flagship program which has been consistently recognized in international rankings.
Program details The full-time & part-time MBA is a practical program in every possible way. We look at management practices from an interdisciplinary perspective, giving you the kind of big picture understanding of business that employers want.
Flexible scheduling Students can create a schedule that fits their needs, choosing from morning, afternoon or evening classes. Part-time and full-time students have access to the same class schedule options.
Relevant and practical training Students acquire the skills that employers are looking for both in the classroom and out in the field through real business case projects and experiential learning options.
Customizable curriculum Students can choose to focus on a specific area or explore different aspects of management. Cross-disciplinary themes help students choose their electives to create unofficial specializations.
Suggested themes • Business analytics • Entrepreneurship and family firms • People and organizations • Consulting and strategy • Globalization • Experiential
Ethics, sustainability and responsible business Students will learn to apply concepts in ethics and sustainability throughout the program, beginning with the first core course, MBA 641: Responsible Manager. Though normally a two-year, 45-credit program, the MBA may be completed in as little as 16 months by taking summer classes. Students with an undergraduate degree in business may be exempted from up to 9 credits (with replacement) of core courses.
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