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ODETTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


PROGRAMS

Business Administration (MBA)
Business Administration (MBA) (Co-op)
Business Administration with Professional Accounting Specialization (MBA) (Fast-Track)
Business Administration (MBA) (For Managers and Professionals)
Business Administration/Bachelor of Laws (Integrated MBA/JD)
Master of Management (MOM)
Master of Engineering Management (This program is offered jointly between the Odette School of Business and the Faculty of Engineering)

MBA PROGRAM INFORMATION (MBA)

ODETTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS: COURSES


Business Administration (MBA)

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.

The Thesis
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.

Business Administration (MBA)(Co-op)

Note: Admissions to the MBA Co-op Program will be suspended as of Fall 2008.

Course Requirements

The M.B.A Co-op requires eleven 8000-level courses in the first year.


The major paper is weighted as two courses; the thesis as four. A student writing a major paper or thesis would require eight or six additional courses respectively. Fast Track students who do not complete a co-op work term will be required to complete a major paper in addition to the ten courses. STEN-8980 is required of all MBA students.

Students will be allowed to pursue a general MBA. or choose one specific area of concentration. Areas of concentration include Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Management and Labour Studies, Management Science and Production/Operations Management. To obtain an area of concentration, courses must be completed as follows:

BUSINESS STRATEGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

STEN-8800. Managing the International Enterprise
STEN-8820. Manufacturing Strategy
STEN-8900. Entrepreneurship: New Venture Formation and Management

Plus any two of:
STEN-8920. Topics in Strategic Management
MKTG-8390. Marketing Strategy and Planning
MGMT-8130. Leadership and Organizational Change

FINANCE

FINA-8720. Cases in Financial Management
ACCT-8510. Reporting, Analyzing, and Using Accounting Information

Plus any three of:
FINA-8700. Investment Analysis and Management
FINA-8710. Portfolio Management
FINA-8730. Topics in Finance
FINA-8740. International Financial Management

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

MGMT-8430. International Management
FINA-8740. International Financial Management
MKTG-8350. International Marketing Strategy
STEN-8800. Managing the International Enterprise

Plus any one of:
POLS-8330. International Political Economy
ECON-8100. Theory of International Economics
or a Topics course with an international focus offered by any of the Areas

MARKETING

MKTG-8390. Marketing Strategy and Planning

Plus any three of:
MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
MKTG-8320. Marketing Research
MKTG-8350. International Marketing
MKTG-8380. Special Topics in Marketing

Plus any one of:
FINA-8720. Cases in Financial Management
STEN-8800. Managing the International Enterprise
STEN-8820. Manufacturing Strategy
or a Topics course being offered by one of the other Areas whose content is relevant to Marketing.

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

MSCI-8030. Management Science Methods
MSCI-8040. Operations Management
MSCI-8060. Strategic Implementation for Technologies Management

Plus any two of:
MSCI-8020. Topics in Management Science
COMP-8370. Database Management Systems
COMP-8380. Information Retrieval Systems
COMP-8390. Emerging Non-traditional Database Systems
INDE-8240. Advanced Operations Research I
INDE-8250. Advanced Operations Research II
INDE-8310. Stochastic Processes
INDE-8220. Manufacturing Systems Simulation
INDE-8200. Optimization
INDE-8230. Production and Inventory Control Systems
INDE-8280. Reliability Engineering

MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR STUDIES

MGMT-8130. Leadership and Organizational Change
MGMT-8430. International Management
MGMT-8460. Business Negotiations and Problem Solving
MGMT-8470. Managing Diversity in the Work-place

Plus any one of:
MGMT-8480. Topics in Management and Labour Studies
KINE-8000. Sport Leadership

PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

MSCI-8040. Operations Management
STEN-8820. Manufacturing Strategy

Plus any three of:
MSCI-8020. Topics in Management Science
MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
STEN-8800. Managing the International Enterprise
ECON-8310. Industrial Organization
INDE-8290. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
INDE-8320. Flexible Manufacturing Systems

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.

THE THESIS

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 8000-level non-specified courses.


Admission Requirements
  • GMAT exam – satisfactory achievement in all segments and a satisfactory total score.
  • GMAT may be waived at the discretion of the MBA - Professional Accounting Specialization Program Director
  • Achievement of a satisfactory score on an appropriate and well recognized English language proficiency test for students whose first language is not English
  • Satisfactory performance on personal interview
  • Two appropriate letters of reference
  • Minimum average of 70% in their previous academic degree and minimum average of 75% in the past twenty courses
  • Successful completion of B.Comm and of all required undergraduate accounting prerequisite courses (i.e. Odette Undergraduate CPA Path) or equivalents
  • Successful completion of the Odette PGCA and of the undergraduate accounting prerequisite courses or equivalent
  • Students cannot enter the professional accounting specialization without undergraduate accounting prerequisites (i.e. Odette Undergraduate CPA Path or equivalent)
Other criteria which will apply for Fast Track MBA:
  • Students cannot transfer from the Fast Track MBA to enter the integrated 14-month MBA.
  • Credit transfer for the Fast Track MBA non-accounting concentrations is considered based on evaluation of undergraduate transcripts and work experience. The determination for credit transfer is granted by the MBA Program Director.
Students entering the Fast Track MBA in the Fall will complete all prescribed course offerings in the Fall, Winter and Summer semesters. In the event a student does not receive credit for completing the course, the student will need to complete the same course in a later semester.

Master of Business Administration with Professional Accounting Specialization

The Fast Track MBA with Professional Accounting Specialization is specifically designed for students pursuing their CPA Designation who have met the requirements for entry into PEP/CPA Accredited Program.

Degree Requirements:

Total Courses: 11 (or 33 credit hours)

a) 7 Required Courses:
BUSI-8010. Interpersonal Dynamics
STEN-8980. Strategic Management
ACCT-8010. Advanced Topics in Financial ReportingACCT-8020. Advanced Topics in Management Accounting ACCT-8070. Integration and Team Building ACCT-8080. Integrative Case AnalysisBUSI-8673-01. Special Topics: Business Management

b) Plus 4 of 6 electives:ACCT-8030. Performance ManagementACCT-8040. Advanced Topics in FinanceACCT-8050. Advanced Audit and AssuranceACCT-8060. Advanced Topics in Taxation
BUSI-8610. Business Law
BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics: Business Management

Notes: 1)ACCT-8010 and ACCT-8020 are prerequisites for ACCT-8030, ACCT-8040, ACCT-8050, ACCT-8060 or BUSI-8610.
2) ACCT-8070 and ACCT-8080 are co-requisite courses that are restricted to MBA-PAS students who have completed ACCT-8010,ACCT-8020, BUSI-8010, STEN-8980, BUSI-8673-01,ACCT-8030,ACCT-8040,ACCT-8050,ACCT-8060 or BUSI-8610.

Graduation Requirement:
-Must have a cumulative average of 70%.
-Must not have more than one course under 70%
-Must obtain a minimum grade of 70% in ACCT-8070
-Must obtain a minimum grade of 70% in ACCT-8080

Business Administration (MBA) (For Managers and Professionals)

Admission Requirements

For entry into the MBA for Managers and Professionals all applicants should meet the following minimum requirements:
    o Students must have a minimum of five years of full-time work experience in a professional setting
    o Four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent
    o GMAT exam – satisfactory achievement in all segments and a satisfactory total score.
    o GMAT may be waived at the discretion of the MBA Program Director
    o Achievement of a satisfactory score on an appropriate and well recognized English language proficiency test for students whose first language is not English
    o Satisfactory performance on personal interview
    o Two appropriate letters of reference
    o Minimum average of 70% in their previous academic degree and minimum average of 75% in the past twenty courses. The determination for advanced standing is granted by the MBA Program Director.

Students with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce:
Applicants who have a four-year B.Comm. or equivalent business degree could be admitted directly to the second year of the MBA for Managers and Professionals if they have a professional designation and some work experience. The determination for advanced standing is granted by the MBA Program Director. Credit transfer for the MBA Managers and Professionals is considered based on evaluation of undergraduate transcripts and work experience. The determination for credit transfer is granted by the MBA Program Director.

Degree requirements:

Total Courses: 20 (or 60 credit hours)

BUSI-8010. Interpersonal Dynamics
BUSI-8020. Core Concepts of Accounting I
BUSI-8030. Introduction to Financial Management
BUSI-8050. Marketing Management
BUSI-8100. Core Concepts of Accounting II
BUSI-8120. Financial Management II
BUSI-8110. Research Methodology
BUSI-8130. Human Resources Management
BUSI-8140. Management Information Systems
BUSI-8610. Business Law
MGMT-8460. Dynamics of Business Negotiations
STEN-8980. Strategic Management
Plus eight courses (or 24 credit hours) from:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I and STEN-8120. Project Management II
    BUSI-8661. Directed Study (6.0 credits)
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    ACCT-8590-01 and ACCT-8590-02. Special Topics in Accounting
    FINA-8730-01 and FINA-8730-02. Special Topics in Finance
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management
    MKTG-8380-01 and MKTG-8380-02. Special Topics in Marketing
    MSCI-8020-01 and MSCI-8020-02. Special Topics in Management Science
    BUSI-8062. Advanced Business Agreements
    STEN-8920-01 and 76-692-02. Special Topics in Strategy and Entrepreneurship
    STEN-8900. Entrepreneurship - Formation and Management

The MBA for Managers and Professionals offers the following fields: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Strategy/Entrepreneurship, and Health Care. Students who choose to follow a field complete the requirements as follows:

For the Accounting Field, students must complete:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I
    STEN-8120. Project Management II
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management
    ACCT-8590-01 and ACCT-8590-02. Special Topics in Accounting

For the Finance Field, students must complete:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I
    STEN-8120. Project Management II
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management
    FINA-8730-01 and FINA-8730-02. Special Topics in Finance

For the Marketing Field, students must complete:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I
    STEN-8120. Project Management II
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management
    MKTG-8380-01 and MKTG-8380-02. Special Topics in Marketing

For the Strategy/Entrepreneurship Field, students must complete:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I
    STEN-8120. Project Management II
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management
    STEN-8920-01 and 76-692-02. Special Topics in Strategy and Entrepreneurship

For the Health Care Field, students must complete:
    MGMT-8600. Business Ethics and Sustainability
    STEN-8110. Project Management I
    STEN-8120. Project Management II
    MKTG-8310. Consumer Behaviour
    BUSI-8673-01 and BUSI-8673-02. Special Topics in Business Management

Integrated MBA/JD Program

This special program provides students interested in a career combining management and legal skills with an opportunity to complete the M.B.A. and J.D. degrees in four years. The program is jointly administrated by representatives of the Odette School of Business, the Faculty of Law, and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Admission Requirements

The admission procedure for the integrated program consists of two stages. At the first stage, students applying to the program must meet the admission requirements of both the M.B.A. and J.D programs. Therefore separate applications must be submitted to the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Graduate Studies for admission to the regular degree program in Law and the M.B.A. To facilitate academic and career planning, it is strongly suggested that these applications be made simultaneously. Students who are accepted to both the M.B.A. and J.D programs will be accepted to the integrated program, and will proceed to attend first year in either Faculty. Such students will be granted a deferred admission to the other Faculty in the program.

This special deferred admission will be revoked if the applicant's performance in the first program fails to meet the first-year academic standards of the program. In such case the applicant may re-apply for regular admission to the second degree program.

Applications will also be considered for entry to the program from candidates who are attending the first year of either the J.D or M.B.A. programs. They must meet the admissions requirements and application deadline for the program for which they are seeking entry.

Application Deadlines

Faculty of Law - November 1 (J.D)
Faculty of Graduate Studies - June 1 (M.B.A.)

For application materials please contact each of the following separately:

For the J.D:
Ontario Law School Application Service
P.O. Box 1328
170 Research Lane
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 5E2
Telephone: (519) 823-5232
Website: www.ouac.on.ca/olsas

For the M.B.A:
Odette School of Business
M.B.A. Admissions
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario
N9B 3P4
mba@uwindsor.ca
Website: www.uwindsor.ca/mba


TERM PLANNING
The M.B.A./J.D. Program offers students the opportunity to experience two enriching education experiences, two degrees, in an accelerated, integrated manner.

MBA.JD students can enter into the program in one of two ways:
i) Defer law studies for one year, complete 18 course credits toward the MBA (with only the Major Paper (BUSI-8960), weighted at two course credits, remaining for completion) and then study Law in the regular manner for three years.
ii) Complete Year 1 of law studies and take a one-year leave of absence from Law. Once at the Odette School of Business, complete 18 course credits toward the MBA (again, with only the Major Paper (BUSI-8960) remaining for completion) and then return to Law and study in the regular manner for the remaining two years.

Option (i) is preferred because it allows the student to study with a cohort in both programs; however, students interested in the MBA who have completed only the first year of Law at the University of Windsor will have no problem completing the requirements in the two remaining years of study.

The sequence of courses would be identical to those studied by all MBA students, with two exceptions (noted in italics). In Module 2 and extending into Module 3, MBA/JD students will be required to complete one extra credit, an independent study (Directed Study BUSI-8661), to bring their eventual total to 18 course credits. This independent study is a business course (Directed Study BUSI-8661), completed through Odette, and it should not be confused with the Supervised Research Option available through Law. With earning the 18 M.B.A. course credits, only the major paper (again, worth the equivalent of two courses) would remain to complete the program. The sequence is presented below:

Please note that students will be registered in Module 4 for the Major Paper (BUSI-8960), which will receive 'IP' status at the end of the module.

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 Ventures
BUSI-8100 Core Concepts of Accounting II
BUSI-8120 Financial Management.
BUSI-8130 Human Resources Management.
STEN-8900 Entrepreneurship: New Venture Formation and Management
+ BUSI-8661 Directed Study (for MBA/JD students only)

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
+ BUSI-8960 Major Paper (for MBA/JD students only)

To complete the two degrees, as stated, students commence (or return to) law studies in September. They are registered in Law and finish the remaining two or three years of the program (whichever is applicable). During the final year of Law studies (likely in the winter semester), the students will also submit and present their major papers. Once completed, a grade is assigned for the Major Paper and the 20 course credits required for the MBA are fulfilled.

The sequence conforms as closely as possible to the parameters that guided the old program sequence. In fact, the present model is actually simpler, without the multiple changes in program status that were required with the old two-year MBA.

The registration of students is straightforward. While studying for the core 18 course credits of the M.B.A., all students are registered full-time in the MBA (from September until August). However, when they return to Law the following autumn, the students will revert to full-time Law. They will complete the Major Paper (BUSI-8960) under that status, using the MBA/JD program status in SIS. Once completed, the Major Paper (BUSI-8960) will have its “IP” status converted to the grade that was earned.

Sample Progression through the J.D. Program
(with MBA courses completed before LAW I or between Law I and II)*
    The following chart sets out a typical path through the MBA/JD. All program requirements in Law and the MBA must be met regardless of the entry point into the program.

    Fall Required Courses
    (# Credits)
    Winter Required Courses
    (# Credits)
    SummerComments
    Law IJD program as prescribedN/A
    Law IITorts and/or Civ Pro (4)
    Business Associations (4) + 6 other credits
    Total Credits: 14
    Torts and/or Civ Pro (4) + 11 other credits
    Total Credits: 15
    N/A13/29 and 18/32 rule applies
    Law IIIEvidence (4)
    Supervised Research(3)***
    Law courses (8)
    Total Credits: 15
    Judicial Review (4)**
    Law courses (10)
    Total Credits: 14

    MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960) Defense
    N/A13/29 and 18/32 rule applies - 3 MBA Major Paper credits permissible by application

    *Law students must earn a minimum of 13 credits per term and 29 credits over the year and a maximum of 18 per term and 32 over the year. They must also meet Law’s other curricular requirements. To that end and to facilitate the writing of the MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960), Law students may apply to allocate three credits to MBA Major Paper work and to count these credits towards the 13/29 minimum requirement in Law III. Students must ensure that they apply to the Academic Program Committee of the Faculty of Law via the Office of the Associate Dean at the beginning of their term to have their MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960) work apply to their Law minimum credit requirement. Application deadlines are posted on the Faculty of Law’s website.

    The MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960) for the purposes of the MBA/JD is to have a legal relevance, although the supervisor will be from Odette and a member of Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS). The reader may be from Law if he or she is a member of the FGS. Otherwise, Odette may consult with Law about the paper and/or include a representative as a third committee member.

    The MBA major paper will be approximately 50 pages in length, inclusive of bibliography and appendices (based on 250 words per page).

    ***Students may also register for a Law Supervised Research Paper to fulfill credits in Law II or III. The Supervised Research Paper may be adapted for use in the MBA Major Paper but not form a chapter of the Major Paper. Supervised Research papers worth three credits are approved by the Office of the Associate Dean, whereas papers worth four credits are approved by the Academic Program Committee. Supervised papers worth four credits generally require an empirical component. Students who intend to adapt the Supervised Research to their MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960) (or visa versa) should discuss their proposal with supervisors in both programs.

    The MBA Major Paper (BUSI-8960) is to be defended during Law III year with timing determined by Odette in consultation with Law

    Total Law credits over 3 years: 34 + 26 + 26 = 86 [minimum required by Federation of Law Societies for Dual/Joint Program is 80, minimum for a regular JD student is 90]

    **These courses are highly recommended but not currently required. They may become required for all students graduating from Law in 2015 and beyond. Students intending to practice law are encouraged to take these courses to satisfy the competency requirements identified by the Federation of Law Societies. These courses may be taken in any term but the 13/29 rule must be met.

    The Master of Management is a program specifically designed for a cohort of international students. Students enrolled in the program may select a concentration from one of the four following fields: 1) Manufacturing; 2) Logistics and Supply Chain Management; 3) Human Resource Management; and 4) International Accounting and Finance. Please note that these concentrations are approved, but not necessarily offered. For more information contact the Centre for Executive and Professional Education at http://www.uwindsor.ca/professional/.


    Master of Management

    Admission Requirements

    Admission to the Master of Management program will be open to applicants who meet the following criteria:

    1) Bachelor-level degree in an acceptable discipline from an academic institution approved by the University of Windsor;

    2) The equivalent of a 70% average in undergraduate studies;

    3) Where appropriate a TOEFL score of at least 560 (or proof of equivalent English language proficiency, such as MELAB or CAEL tests);

    4) A successful interview with a representative from the Odette School of Business.

    Degree Requirements

    Total courses: 13

    As with the regular M.B.A. program, all required courses are offered by the Odette School of Business Administration. In this program students will follow a prescribed sequence of courses in cohort fashion, with no electives. In addition, the academic program itself will be preceded by an intensive 8-week program of English language instruction and introductory courses to Canadian culture and business practices.

    Pre-program: Intensive ESL instruction and orientation to Canadian culture and business practices.

    All Fields
    BSMM-8110. Accounting concepts and techniques
    BSMM-8120. Finance in a global perspective
    BSMM-8130. Managing employees
    BSMM-8140. Marketing
    BSMM-8000-Business Communications, Parts 1 and 2 (delivered over two consecutive terms)
    BSMM-8310. International Business
    BSMM-8320. Quantitative Studies
    BSMM-8510. Business Strategy (capstone course)

    Manufacturing Field
    BSMM-8330. Introduction to Business Logistics Management
    BSMM-8340. Leadership and Organizational Change
    BSMM-8520. Marketing Strategy and Planning
    BSMM-8530. Manufacturing Strategy
    BSMM-8540. Manufacturing and Globalization (Stream capstone)

    Logistics and Supply Chain Management Field
    BSMM-8330. Introduction to Business Logistics Management
    BSMM-8350. Purchasing and Procurement
    BSMM-8550. Domestic Transportation and International Shipping
    BSMM-8560. Quantitative Analysis for Logistics and Supply Chain Management
    BSMM-8570. Supply Chain Management (Stream capstone)

    International Accounting and Finance Field
    BSMM-8360. International Financial Reporting
    BSMM-8370. International Financial Management
    BSMM-8610. Consolidated financial statements
    BSMM-8620. Accounting Systems Control and Auditing
    BSMM-8630. Corporate Governance (Stream capstone)

    Human Resources Management Field
    BSMM-8380. Human Resources Management
    BSMM-8340. Leadership and Organizational Change
    BSMM-8650. International Management
    BSMM-8660. Managing for High Performance
    BSMM-8670. Current HR Trends (Stream capstone)

    The fields will be included on the diploma parchment:
    Master of Management, International Accounting and Finance
    Master of Management, Logistic and Supply Chain Management
    Master of Management, Manufacturing Management
    Master of Management, Human Resources Management


    THE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

    The purpose of the Master of Business Administration program is to provide broad graduate study in the general field of business administration. It provides students with three important components to prepare them for management positions; academic knowledge, job skills and work experience.
    Graduate students have the opportunity of expanding their accounting, administrative, finance, marketing, management science and strategy expertise. The program emphasizes knowledge that prepares students for careers in private industry and business, for the public service, and for doctoral studies.

    Admission Requirements
    1) Applicants who have secured satisfactory standing (at least a B- average) in their undergraduate work may be admitted. Major consideration is given to the performance during the last two years of the undergraduate program. Applicants without an undergraduate degree who possess at least ten years of significant and senior professional, managerial or entrepreneurial experience may be considered for admission to the MBA program. Possession of the minimum requirements for admission does not ensure acceptance.
    Students must write the GMAT before applying for admission to the Faculty. Applicants who hold an M.B.A or a Ph.D. from a foreign University (or equivalent degree) in any discipline may not be required to write the GMAT. (Details of the Test may be obtained from The Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540.) The order form for the Bulletin of Information for the GMAT is available in the Office of the Registrar and in the M.B.A office.
    2) Students in the candidate year who maintain a 70% average or better will qualify for the M.B.A. degree.

    Professional Accounting Designation
    Students who are interested in pursuing both a professional accounting designation (i.e. CPA) and a MBA degree are advised to complete their accounting prerequisite course requirements while being registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program or the Post-Graduate Certificate in Accounting program. After successfully completing all the accounting prerequisite courses, students are encourage to apply for admission to the MBA-PAS program. For more information, please follow this link: http://www1.uwindsor.ca/odette/mba-pas