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Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Business Administration

Professor and Dean B. Dadgostar
   
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT (MSC(MGT))  
Graduate Co-ordinator N. Sayed
Core Master's  
  B. Dadgostar (Business Administration),
  L. Geng (Business Administration),
  T. Hardie (Business Administration),
  R. Isotalo (Business Administration),
  C. Jiao (Business Administration),
  B. Moazzami (Economics),
  B. Poulin (Business Administration),
  C. Pousa (Business Administration),
  D. Richards (Business Administration),
  N. Sayed (Business Administration),
  A. Serenko (Business Administration),
  M. Shannon (Economics),
  X. Wang (Business Administration),
  H. Zhang (Business Administration)
 Non-Core Membership  
  C. Lento (Business Administration)
   
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)  
Graduate Co-ordinator N. Sayed
Core Master's  
  B. Dadgostar (Business Administration),
  L. Geng (Business Administration),
  T. Hardie (Business Administration),
  R. Isotalo (Business Administration),
  C. Jiao (Business Administration),
  B. Moazzami (Economics),
  B. Poulin (Business Administration),
  D. Richards (Business Administration),
  N. Sayed (Business Administration),
  A. Serenko (Business Administration),
  M. Shannon (Economics),
  H. van den Berg (Business Administration Orillia),
  X. Wang (Business Administration),
  H. Zhang (Business Administration)
Non-Core Membership  
  B. Eccles (Business Administration),
  C. Lento (Business Administration)

The Faculty of Business Administration offers two programs leading to graduate degrees in: Master of Science in Management and Master of Business Administration.

Master of Science in Management Degree (MSC(MGT))
The Master of Science in Management (MSc(Mgt)) program is designed for students with a degree in Business or related field to prepare for careers which involve undertaking, managing, overseeing and using research. Students will acquire an advanced knowledge of theoretical and conceptual components of the management disciplines and develop the ability to independently undertake original research. Students will also develop the ability to understand, practice and examine ethical considerations in management research. These goals are achieved through intensive and stimulating seminars, energetic class discussions, research assignments and a research project/thesis.

Master of Business Administration Degree (MBA)
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a general degree designed to prepare students for success in a wide range of careers in management. Students will develop a comprehensive and integrated knowledge of business and management functions and a deeper understanding of the business environment. Students will also develop their analytical, decision-making, and communications skills with the ability to examine ethical considerations in business. These goals are achieved through intensive and stimulating lectures, energetic class discussions, contemporary and relevant case studies, individual and team assignments and presentations. The program is offered on a full-time and part-time basis.

The following program offerings are available in the Faculty of Business Administration:
Each program is marked with a TB, O or W designation to distinguish where each program is available.
(TB = Thunder Bay campus, O = Orillia campus, W = online)

Master of Business Administration (MBA)(TB)
Master of Science in Management MSc(Mgt) (Thesis)(TB)
Master of Science in Management MSc(Mgt) (Research Project)(TB)
Graduate Diploma in Accounting (TB)