The evening and morning programs are structured to allow students to continue working while completing a Haskayne MBA in three years (if they follow the cohort).
Early Evening classes are 2 days a week, 5:30pm - 8:30pm (downtown) - starts every January. Evening classes are 2 days a week, 6:30pm - 9:30pm (on campus) - starts every September.
Our practical approach means you can apply new skills immediately in your workplace. Projects are designed to create visibility and opportunities for you within your organization.
Program Design Complete the Evening or Morning MBA program in three years. Benefit from the cohort experience and develop lasting bonds with your classmates as you learn and grow together. Take advantage of a practical format that allows you to apply new skills immediately in your workplace. Students may choose a specialization.
Course Plan – Evening and Early Evening MBA.
The Haskayne MBA is a 20 half course program, which consists of 13 required half courses, and 7 electives.
Some courses are available in block week format (five-day intensive).
The current evening and early evening MBA course plan is listed below. Please be aware that the courses are subject to change without prior notice. Also please note that unfortunately both evening programs are not open to international (VISA) students, only Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents.
Classes are broken down into specific subject areas:
In addition to the 13 core/required classes you can take seven electives of your own choosing.
If you would like to receive one of the 5 specializations we offer, you would take 4 elective classes in your area of specialization (except Project Management which is 5 classes), plus 3 others.
All applications must include: Application form (online - see above) Transcripts Two letters of reference Resume Statement of career learning goals Special examination scores (GMAT and TOEFL) Application fee
Recipient: University of Calgary
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