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McGill University Faculty of Law
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The Thesis program is suited to students who wish to focus on original scholarly research and writing under the supervision of a law professor. Read more
The Thesis program is suited to students who wish to focus on original scholarly research and writing under the supervision of a law professor. The Air and Space Law LL.M. with Thesis involves 20 credits in course work and 25 research credits.

In turn, the Non-Thesis program is suited to students who wish to gain a wide exposure to a range of taught courses within, and related to, the domain of Air and Space Law. The Non-Thesis option requires the completion of 27 course credits and a substantial Supervised Research Project (18 credits) during the third term of registration.

For more details, please see the website: http://www.mcgill.ca/law-gradprograms/programs/llm/iasl

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McGill University Faculty of Law
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The Biomedical Ethics Unit of McGill University, Montreal, was established in 1996 with the aim of supporting scholarly research, clinical services, teaching and public outreach. Read more
The Biomedical Ethics Unit of McGill University, Montreal, was established in 1996 with the aim of supporting scholarly research, clinical services, teaching and public outreach. Members of the unit have backgrounds in law, sociology, molecular genetics, history, medicine, and philosophy with cross-appointments in Social Studies of Medicine, Family Medicine, Experimental Medicine, Human Genetics, Sociology, and the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health.

LLM in Bioethics

The Master's Specialization in Bioethics is an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes both the conceptual and practical aspects of Bioethics with students applying through the Faculties of Law, Medicine, Religious Studies and the Department of Philosophy. Students entering through Law are bound by the requirements of the Faculty of Law's LL.M. Thesis program.

The Master's Specialization in Bioethics ordinarily takes at least two years to complete, although some students have completed it in 18 months. The first year is devoted to course work (including a clinical practicum), and the second year is devoted to a Master's thesis on a topic in bioethics that also satisfies the requirements of the base discipline. Students graduate with a Master's degree from the Faculty of their base discipline (M.A., M.Sc. or LL.M.) with a specialization in bioethics.

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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Differentiate yourself from other graduates in your field. learn business skills employers value!. Read more
Differentiate yourself from other graduates in your field: learn business skills employers value!

Both the Graduate Diploma (GDBA) and Graduate Certificate (GCBA) in Business Administration are designed for people with a university degree in a non-business discipline, looking for a foundation in business to help them become more efficient and effective managers and administrators.

Why the GDBA / GCBA?

-Expand the range of your career opportunities
-Develop business communication and presentation skills
-Flexible schedule, including some online options
-No prior work experience, nor GMAT required

Who is the GDBA / GCBA for?

Recent university graduates with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline
Professionals looking to advance their career or start their own business
New immigrants looking for a Canadian qualification to complement their previous university education

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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Practical. Flexible. Experiential. Study full-time or part-time and develop the kind of big-picture business thinking that employers want. Read more
Practical. Flexible. Experiential.

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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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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The world's only MBA program that fully integrates the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) Body of Knowledge™ into its curriculum - offered in two cities. Read more
The world's only MBA program that fully integrates the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) Body of Knowledge™ into its curriculum - offered in two cities.

Offered through Concordia's Goodman Institute of Investment Management, this program's combined curriculum permits students to study towards two world-recognized designations simultaneously. Offered in Toronto and Montreal, our program prepares students to write all three levels of the CFA® exams while completing an MBA. Courses are taught Wednesdays from 6:30 - 9:00 pm and Saturdays from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm in order to accommodate students’ work schedules.

CFA Designation

Regarded as a passport to entry or advancement within the investment management profession, the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation is recognized worldwide as the gold standard of the business community and is synonymous with the highest level of competence, investment knowledge, professional ethics and corporate standards.

Program details

Two of the world’s great cities. Two world-recognized designations. One world-class program.

Students can take the program in downtown Montreal or in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, with courses taught simultaneously in both cities. Professors travel from one city to the other, allowing face-to-face interaction every second week for all students. The two cohorts are linked through video-conferencing, so students get the opportunity to expand their network beyond the group residing in their city

Our program is structured to accommodate our students’ work schedules, the requirements of the CFA charter and the course study workload of graduate level studies. Classes are held Wednesday evenings (18:30 – 21:00) and all day Saturdays (09:00 – 15:00). Our class sizes are limited to a maximum of 30 students per city.

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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An innovative CPA program built on a tradition of academic excellence and designed to meet the needs of the next generation of accounting professionals. Read more
An innovative CPA program built on a tradition of academic excellence and designed to meet the needs of the next generation of accounting professionals.

JMSB enjoys a long and proud tradition of excellence in graduate accounting education. Our dedicated instructors have years of audit, consulting and accounting experience. Our CPA program builds on the consistently successful results of our former CA and Executive CMA programs, and our students achieved excellent first-time writer pass rates for the Fall 2016 Common Final Examination (CFE); several made the CFE National Honour Roll.

The graduate diploma accommodates students with career objectives both within, and outside of, public accountancy, which is determined by their choice of elective courses.

Why the John Molson CPA Program?

-Transfer CPA program credits toward the world-renowned John Molson MBA*
-Dedicated instructors with years of audit, consulting and accounting experience
-Choice of elective courses for different career objectives
-3 admissions per year (Fall, Winter and Summer)
-Evening courses allow you to keep working and continue gaining experience during the day

* Subject to some conditions

Chartered Professional Accountancy Designation

The Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA) Order was created in May 2012 following the unification of the accounting profession in Quebec. It results from a merger of the Ordre des comptables agréés (CA), the Ordre des comptables généraux accrédités (CGA) and the Ordre des comptables en management accrédités (CMA). The Order thus represents all the areas of expertise of the profession—assurance, financial accounting, management and management accounting, finances and taxation —at the service of enterprises, organizations and the public.

The CPA Order comprises over 36,000 members and 7,000 future CPAs. By combining its distinctive forces under a single order, the Quebec accounting profession strengthens its position both nationally and internationally.

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McGill University Faculty of Law
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The ICL provides substantial opportunities for investigation and exchange across legal traditions that move beyond the simple acknowledgment or contrast of formal rules in different geographical places. Read more
The ICL provides substantial opportunities for investigation and exchange across legal traditions that move beyond the simple acknowledgment or contrast of formal rules in different geographical places. It encourages transdisciplinary approaches to teaching and research.

For more information about the program, please see the website: http://www.mcgill.ca/law-gradprograms/programs/llm/icl

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McGill University Faculty of Law
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-To provide students with an understanding of how knowledge is transferred into action with regard to the environment. -To develop an appreciation of the role of science in informing that process, and the role of political, socio-economic, and ethical judgments in influencing that process. Read more
-To provide students with an understanding of how knowledge is transferred into action with regard to the environment
-To develop an appreciation of the role of science in informing that process, and the role of political, socio-economic, and ethical judgments in influencing that process
-To provide a forum whereby graduate students in environment throughout the University bring their disciplinary perspectives together and enrich each other's learning through structured courses, formal seminars, and informal discussions and networking.

Through the formal courses, seminars and research, the Environment Option adds a layer of interdisciplinarity that will challenge the students to explain and defend their research and thinking in a broader context. Thus, within an interdisciplinary context, students graduating with an Environment Option should:
-Be able to describe in general terms the major environmental problems facing the world, including the implications for the natural world and all that live within it
-Be able to describe in more detail at least one important environmental problem occurring on an international, national, regional, and/or local scale
-Be able to critically summarize and analyze the known, perceived, and predicted consequences of the selected environmental example
-Be able to analyze from several perspectives (e.g., social, cultural, scientific, technological, ethical, economic, political, legislative) the reasons how and why the selected environmental problem arose
-Be able to describe and critically assess at least two approaches to solving or alleviating the selected environmental problem with regard to both the practicality and morality
-Be able to effectively communicate their research findings to non-specialist audiences
-Be familiar with various tools for environmental decision-making, as well their strengths and limitations
-Appreciate that environmental problems are complex and invariably involve uncertainty, and that the choice among possible responses is influenced by multiple legitimate perspectives, and in turn influences many actors

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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The Master of Science (MSc) in Finance equips students with a solid understanding of financial theory and research methodology. Graduates are prepared to build successful careers in research or analysis in the financial sector or in government. Read more
The Master of Science (MSc) in Finance equips students with a solid understanding of financial theory and research methodology. Graduates are prepared to build successful careers in research or analysis in the financial sector or in government. The program also serves as excellent preparation for those wishing to pursue their studies at the doctoral level.

Successful applicants to the MSc in Finance program have strong quantitative and analytical abilities and a solid understanding of economic theory and research methodology. Ultimately, they apply these skills and knowledge while conducting original research in the form of a master’s thesis, working under the direct supervision of a faculty member.

Program structure

Specialized Finance seminars
-MSCA 621 Investment Theory (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 622 Investment Management (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 623 Financial Theory and Corporate Policy (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 624 Mergers, Restructuring, and Corporate Control (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 625 Options and Futures (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 629 International Financial Management (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 632K Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation (3.0 credits)

Other seminar
-MSCA 683 Multivariate Data Analysis (3.0 credits)

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HEC Montreal Arts
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What Makes Us Unique?. -A one-year, intensive program. -Three sessions, three countries, three cultures. -Dallas, Montreal, Milan. Read more
What Makes Us Unique?
-A one-year, intensive program.
-Three sessions, three countries, three cultures.
-Dallas, Montreal, Milan.
-Three prestigious schools ranked among the top worldwide in cultural management research.
-Three teams of highly respected management professors, each with its own speciality in the field.
-Privileged contacts with renowned cultural organizations in several countries.
-An advisory committee consisting of top-level managers.
-A dynamic support team.
-An experience offered by no other international master’s program.
-Our program is anchored in globalization and the international context, with a focus on training the next generation of cultural managers and preparing them to work abroad or with foreign organizations.

MISSION

The program’s mission is to train a new generation of managers who currently hold positions related to the international dimension of organizations active in the performing arts, in the heritage sector (museums, historic sites), or in cultural industries (film, publishing, sound recording, radio and television).

GOALS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The IM program is designed to:
-Provide insight into management processes and the ways in which arts organizations operate within the various management disciplines, including marketing, fundraising, human resources, finance, production and distribution, and administration
-Identify and encourage the development of best practices in arts and cultural management
-Explore the impact of legal, economic and cultural policy on the arts
-Address issues of international relevance to arts and cultural organizations, rigorously and in detail
-Present students with theory, case studies, hands-on learning and empirical research in the field of arts and cultural management
-Provide a forum for challenging and debating theories and models, as well as their application in global arts and cultural practice

PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH

Teaching methods used in the program include theoretical courses, case studies, field work, lectures by world leaders in international cultural management, and visits to well-known cultural organizations and facilities. A 10-day campus abroad in a fourth country, in South America or Asia, will eventually be added if warranted by the number of students.

STUDENT ASSESSMENT

Your learning will be assessed by means of a combination of exams, team exercises, group projects, syntheses and/or participation in class. This last element is essential and will be an important component of your evaluation, as your professional and personal experience can greatly enrich the learning of your peers. Accordingly, you will be required to attend every class and to make the necessary personal arrangements to do so. At the beginning of each course, you will be informed of the type and conditions of evaluation (evaluation criteria, relative weight of the different elements of the evaluation).

Only the instructor may determine a student’s grade in a course. A student may not take a course on a Pass/Fail basis. A student’s grade-point average (“G.P.A.”) is computed by multiplying the term hours of each graded course taken by the grade points earned in the course and then dividing the total number of grade points by the total number of graded hours.

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McGill University Faculty of Law
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The LL.M. program, whether with Thesis or Non-Thesis, offers an outstanding opportunity to immerse yourself in the McGill Law community by giving you maximum latitude in designing your study program. Read more
The LL.M. program, whether with Thesis or Non-Thesis, offers an outstanding opportunity to immerse yourself in the McGill Law community by giving you maximum latitude in designing your study program.

Course selection and concentration

To facilitate your course selection, we encourage you to consult our suggestions of courses related to the four concentrations identified for graduate students in Law at McGill:
-Legal Traditions and Legal Theory
-International Business Law
-Human Rights and Cultural Diversity
-Regulation, Technology and Society

These concentrations do not give your LL.M. Thesis or Non-Thesis a formal specialization, but instead reflect the particular strengths and character of our graduate-level course offerings.

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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The Master of Science (MSc) in Management is designed for students who wish to enhance their research expertise in the areas of human resources and strategic management. Read more
The Master of Science (MSc) in Management is designed for students who wish to enhance their research expertise in the areas of human resources and strategic management. The curriculum focuses on developing knowledge about current management theories and skills in the tools and methods used to conduct advanced research in an organizational setting. The structure of the program allows candidates to produce the kind of research that is becoming increasingly necessary in contemporary organizations or lead toward advanced graduate studies.

The MSc in Management prepares students for various careers. For those who wish to pursue a career in business or other organizations, the program prepares graduates to assume staff or analyst positions in human resources, change management, and strategic planning, or to work as consultants. The program also serves as an excellent stepping stone for those wishing to pursue doctoral studies in management or industrial and organizational psychology.

Course structure

Management seminars
-MSCA 641 Organizational Staffing (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 642 Employee Development (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 643 Motivation, Evaluation, Compensation and Rewards (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 645 Organizational Theory and Design (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 652A International Management (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 652M Individual Performance in Organizations (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 652T Administrative Theory (3.0 credits)

Other seminars
-MSCA 683 Multivariate Data Analysis (3.0 credits)

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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The Master of Science (MSc) in Marketing is designed for those who wish to enhance their expertise in the most up-to-date marketing theories and in the tools and methods used to conduct advanced marketing research. Read more
The Master of Science (MSc) in Marketing is designed for those who wish to enhance their expertise in the most up-to-date marketing theories and in the tools and methods used to conduct advanced marketing research. The program provides graduates with the skills and expertise to manage large research projects and prepares them to pursue successful careers as marketing specialists in fields such as brand management, new product development, communications and marketing research. Those who wish to pursue their studies at the doctoral level will find that the program provides a solid theoretical base for advanced research and consulting work.

Course structure

Marketing seminars
-MSCA 662 Consumer Research (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 665 Marketing Communications (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 668 New Product Innovation (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 672E Psychology of Decision Making (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 672G Segmentation and Positioning in Marketing (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 672U Research in Retailing: Theories, Methods and Applications (3.0 credits)
-MSCA 674 Brand Management (3.0 credits)

Other seminars
-MSCA 683 Multivariate Data Analysis (3.0 credits)

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Concordia University John Molson School of Business
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Integrated. Inter-disciplinary. Applied. Supply chain management (SCM) is about bringing an integrated approach to operations management, logistics, procurement, and information technology to manage materials, inventory and goods from their points of origin to their points of consumption. Read more
Integrated. Inter-disciplinary. Applied.

Supply chain management (SCM) is about bringing an integrated approach to operations management, logistics, procurement, and information technology to manage materials, inventory and goods from their points of origin to their points of consumption.

Our program provides students with an inter-disciplinary perspective, exposing them to a number of business and engineering areas, including marketing, industrial engineering, statistics, finance, change and stakeholder management and information systems.

Why MSCM at JMSB?

-Our inter-disciplinary approach goes beyond looking at SCM from a strictly logistics-based perspective.
-We integrate all the supply chain stakeholders into our investigation of SCM: multi-tier suppliers, focal company, subcontractors, outsourced companies, business partners and customers, including distributors, wholesalers, retailers and ultimate consumers.
-An applied focus in SCM teaching and research is maintained throughout the program. A real-life SCM problem in the field will be tackled within the context of an applied research project.

Who is this program for?

Students from a wide range of backgrounds are welcomed to this program: supply chain management majors and minors, all other business and economics majors, as well as all engineering and science disciplines.

Where will this program lead to?

Graduates from our program will be particularly well positioned for careers in consulting, manufacturing, retail, logistics, distribution and software, as companies over the world are increasingly leveraging supply chain expertise to gain competitive advantage. The program will also provide a springboard for those students wishing to pursue a PhD.

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HEC Montreal MBA Program
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