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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION
Students have the opportunity to experiment with various areas of interest in a generalist capacity, or to focus on a specific area of interest. Although the Faculty will make every effort to match students with suitable employment, students are not guaranteed positions, and the availability of positions may vary with the state of the labour market.
Following the completion of each work term, a work report is required. These reports focus on a problem or problems at work as analyzed by the student in a significant academic analysis. These reports serve to develop solid communication skills. Guidelines regarding the content and format of the reports are determined by the Graduate Committee of the Odette School of Business. One report is required for each completed work term.
In addition to the normal admission requirements, students seeking admission to the Co-op program will be required to have an interview with a representative from the Centre for Career Education.
For details on Admission Requirements, Prerequisites, Fee Policy for M.B.A. Students Taking Undergraduate Economic Courses, Part-time Status, General Course Requirements, Areas of Concentration, and Professional Accounting Designation, please see THE MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE.
CO-OPERATIVE M.B.A. WORK/STUDY SEQUENCE
76-501. Interpersonal Dynamics
76-502. Core Concepts of Accounting Information I
76-503. Introduction to FinancialManagement
76-504. Quantitative Techniques in Management
76-505. Marketing Management
76-506. Managing Employees
76-510. Core Concepts of Accounting Information II
76-511. Research Methodology
76-512. Financial Management
76-513. Human Resources Management
76-514. Management Information Systems
76-701. M.B.A. Co-op Work Term I
workshops, plus five 600-level Business courses
76-702. M.B.A. Co-op Work Term II
75-698. Strategic Management
workshops, plus four 600-level Business courses
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