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THE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE (MBA)
M.B.A. PROGRAM SEQUENCE
The program will consist of five teaching modules
Module 1: Business Fundamentals
BUSI-8010 Interpersonal Dynamics
BUSI-8020 Core Concepts of Accounting I
BUSI-8030 Introduction to Financial Management
BUSI-8050 Marketing Management.
BUSI-8110 Research Methodology
Module 2: New Venture
BUSI-8100 Core Concepts of Accounting II
BUSI-8120 Financial Management.
BUSI-8130 Human Resources Management.
STEN-8900 Entrepreneurship: New Venture Formation and Management
Module 3: Managing Growth
BUSI-8040 Quantitative Techniques in Management
MGMT-8600 Business Ethics and Sustainability
MKTG-8310 Consumer Behaviour
STEN-8110 Project Planning I
Module 4: Managing in a Mature Market
MGMT-8460 Dynamics of Business Negotiations
STEN-8980 Strategic Management
BUSI-8140 Management Information Systems.
STEN-8120 Project Planning II
Module 5: Specialization
Three 8000-level business courses
The Major Paper
Students may choose a major paper option. All students choosing this option must have a detailed major paper proposal approved by at least two faculty members in the Odette School of Business. These two faculty members will have primary responsibility for supervising the student's work. The approved proposal application form must be submitted to the Assistant to the Dean in order to register for the major paper (BUSI-8960). An oral defence will be required.
The major paper will be graded, will receive six credits and will substitute for two 8000-level non-specified courses.
Students may choose a thesis option. All students choosing this option must have a detailed thesis proposal approved by at least two faculty members in the Odette School of Business and by one faculty member external to the School but from within the University. An oral defence will be required.
The thesis will be graded, will receive twelve credits and will substitute for four 6000-level non-specified courses.
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