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MBA Program

To succeed in today’s business world, you need a comprehensive perspective. Ted Rogers MBA’s collaborative program provides a holistic business management education that blends academic theory with innovative experiential learning opportunities and combines today’s leading business skills with tomorrow’s technologies.

With a strong focus on hands-on practical experiences, this industry-relevant MBA program prepares you for career advancement.

Learn about our redesigned curriculum.

Smart Career Investment

Access to entrepreneurial Zones

Toronto Advantage

AACSB accredited

#2 in Canada
for entrepreneurship and learning 
by Bloomberg Businessweek
(Best Business Schools Survey)

Program Study Options

The Ted Rogers MBA program has a mix of part-time and full-time MBA students in its classes. This provides you with the opportunity to collaborate and learn from students with diverse professional and academic backgrounds and levels of experience in an environment that is reflective of the realities of a workplace. Our students tell us this creates an enriching learning experience and develops their teamwork and leadership skills.

There are flexible part-time and full-time study options that you can pursue that fit within your lifestyle. Program duration depends on a number of factors, including your academic background and number of courses you are  taking per semester. 

Find a study path that works best for you.

Accelerated MBA Full-time program
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Flex Full-Time MBA Program
MBA with a Sport Business Focus
Part-Time MBA Program
Media Production MBA

Professional development opportunities outside of the classroom

Whether you’re a full-time or part-time student, there are many opportunities for you to professionally develop yourself and take on leadership roles outside of the classroom.

Design your MBA experience to align with your career goals.

You can attend a career development workshop, network with alumni, join the executive of a student group or take part in a case competition.