Canada’s Best MBAs 2017: Concordia University

 
Canada‘s Best MBA Programs 2017

The Concordia University MBA

John Molson School of Business

Montreal, Quebec

Concordia University MBA Program

Starting in September 2017, Molson is rolling out a curriculum redesign which will see the 57-credit program shrink to 45 credits, allowing students to finish their MBA in as little as 16 months. No specializations are offered, but the revised curriculum feature electives organized into six themes, including business analytics, entrepreneurship, and family firms and globalization. The program will continue offering its international exchange program and case competition. New MBA candidates can also expect work in Concordia’s downtown Webster Library, where renovations should be wrapping up by the time of enrolment. The modernized facility, which houses the business library, will include new study spaces, more natural light, both zero-noise and social-learning zones, as well as a “technology sandbox” where students can experiment with digital gadgets, such as 3D printers. Classes start in January and September.

New this year! The Van Berkhom Small-Cap Investment Management Program allows students to oversee a $1 million portfolio of small cap stocks

Classroom experience
New full-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 86
New part-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 54
Students’ average GMAT score: 648
Work experience required: 2 years
Gender ratio: 74% male, 26% female
Percentage of international students: 3%
Program duration & cost
Full-time program length: 20 to 24 months
Full-time tuition: $7,200
$16,200 (out-of-province residents)
Part-time program length: 36 to 60 months
Part-time tuition: $7,200
Accelerated program length: 16 months
Accelerated tuition: $16,200
Specializations


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