The Ryerson University MBA
Ted Rogers School of Management
Students in the Ted Rogers MBA can chose from two main streams. The MBA Global program focuses on academic theory and research-based learning, while the MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation (MBA MTI) covers management skills while examining complex, technology-related business problems. A specialization in entrepreneurship is being added to the MBA MTI program. The Integrative Semester, completed in the last term, allows students to demonstrate what they’ve learned through a capstone project, such as a major research paper, or through a work placement. In September, Ryerson started offering boot camps run by senior executives to give students deeper knowledge of the industries in which they’re interested, including marketing and financial services. Full-time and accelerated classes begin in September, and part-time students can also start in January and May.
New this year! The Ted Rogers School MBA is adding new specializations in entrepreneurship; data security; business analytics; and sports business.
|New full-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016:||65|
|New part-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016:||42|
|Students’ average GMAT score:||618|
|Work experience required:||2 years|
|Gender ratio:||69% male, 31% female|
|Percentage of international students:||26%|
|Program duration & cost|
|Full-time program length:||12 to 16 months|
|Part-time program length:||24 months|
|Specializations and joint degrees offered:||