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Ted Rogers MBA Program at the Ted Rogers School of Management

The modern world of business has become increasingly interconnected on a global scale, requiring business leaders to gain a more comprehensive international perspective to keep up with emerging trends and changing marketplace demands. In the Ted Rogers MBA Global program, students gain an inclusive business management education that incorporates academic theory with practical and research-based learning styles.

The Ted Rogers MBA Global program produces graduates who understand the global context of the industries they work within and who possess the foundational knowledge they need to become capable and confident business leaders.


Typical Full-time MBA Program of Study PlanLearn more

Foundation courses, if required (up to 5 credits)
Term 1 (Fall) - 5 core courses (5 credits)
Term 2 (Winter) - 2 core courses & 3 elective courses (5 credits)
Term 3 (Spring/Summer) - Integrative Semester (3 credits)
Total credits required to graduate (13 credits)

Typical Part-time MBA Program of Study Plan Learn more

Foundation courses, if required (up to 5 credits)
Term 1 (Fall) - 2 core courses (2 credits)
Term 2 (Winter) - 2 core courses (2 credits)
Term 3 (Spring/Summer) - 2 core courses (2 credits)
Term 4 (Fall) - 1 core course & 1 elective course (2 credits)
Term 5 (Winter) - 2 elective course (2 credits)
Term 6 (Spring/Summer) - Integrative Semester (3 credits)
Total credits required to graduate (13 credits)

MBA Global Core CoursesLearn more

Strategy in International Business Environment
Investments and Portfolio Analysis
Managing in a Diverse World
Advanced International Marketing
Regulation Government and Socially Responsible Management
Accounting and Finance for Today's Managers
Research and Communication for Managers

Specializations Learn more

Students have the option to specialize in any of the following areas, or they can choose to do a general specialization by selecting electives from different specializations. Students may also choose to do specializations from the MBA-MTI program.

Mining and CSR (New Specialization)

Expanding Canada's influence in the global mining sector will require employees who fully comprehend business management theories and practices. Our partners in government, the financial community, and industry-based associations have endorsed the need for mining sector-focused management education at the graduate level. Such training is critical in order to rise to the complex challenges the sector increasingly faces, such as technological advances, globalization, an aging workforce, corporate consolidation, changes in taxation and trading treaties. Our program will provide students with knowledge in areas that are crucial to their professional success in mining-based positions in companies, government, the financial sector, the legal environment, and elsewhere. Critical subjects to be covered include resource valuation and finance, business ethics/CSR, investor communications, and government relations.

Human Resources Management

The quality of an organization’s human resources provides strategic competitive advantage for organizations. The human resources management specialty is designed to provide students with the opportunity to understand the complex issues facing managers with diverse workforces in countries across the globe. Broad cultural, generational and individual differences in human resources challenge leaders responsible for attracting, training, motivating, compensating, protecting and evaluating their human capital. This specialty attracts students who want to be on the leading edge of the increasingly strategic management of human resources to achieve competitive advantage in the global marketplace. Graduates can expect to build a career in managing diverse global workforces.

International Business

Students choosing this specialty gain insight into the challenges of developing effective global management strategies. They learn about the role of business intelligence, the use of technology and global supply chains and networks, the tensions between localization and standardization, and the importance of entrepreneurial perspectives in complex organizations. Those graduating with this specialty are well prepared to manage and lead organizations in an international environment.


Creative, influential people are essential to any company’s marketing needs, regardless of the sector or location. Students choosing this specialty understand marketing in an international context. Specifically, they learn how to be leaders in organizations seeking to produce, communicate, and deliver value to customers, shareholders and society. Students gain insight into planning, implementing, and evaluating marketing strategies that result in competitive advantage for firms operating in a multicultural and multinational environment.

Real Estate

Students choosing this specialty examine retail and commercial development from the perspective of both North American and international markets. It is the only program in the downtown core which provides graduates with a solid grounding in global business, coupled with in-depth courses in real estate development, real estate law, real estate finance, and emerging issues in real estate, as well as opportunities to explore topics such as geodemographics and spatial analysis in further detail. Students develop the necessary analytical tools to understand retail and commercial structure, the dynamics of the retail environment, the financial and legal challenges, and the opportunities in emerging high growth markets.

Integrative Semester and Internships

Over 90% internship placement, 60% internships turn into full-time jobs, 90% employed 6 months after graduation