You are now in the main content area


The Ted Rogers MBA in the Management of Technology and Innovation (MBA-MTI) is closed for admission for Fall 2020. The Ted Rogers Master of Business Administration (MBA) is still accepting applications. Please don't hesitate to contact a member of the recruitment team with any questions. 

The Ted Rogers MBA program is going through the final stages of approval for its redesigned curriculum. You can view a PDF filelist of courses, pending approval, opens in new window.


Develop a comprehensive perspective on advanced management strategies through the MBA program. Leverage our innovative experiential learning to gain the expertise required to succeed in a complex global economy.

MBA in Management of Technology & Innovation

Closed for admissions for Fall 2020

Technology and innovation continue to transform the ways we live and work. You can help discover practical solutions to complex technology-related business problems through the MBA-MTI program.

I chose the Ted Rogers MBA because of its global perspective, but was also attracted to the close-knit, collegial nature of the program, strong professional development and networking opportunities and hands-on curriculum.

Darayus Chaiwalla, MBA-MTI

Full-time vs. Part-time Explained




Program Duration

Program duration depends on a number of factors, as outlined below:


Applicants with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce, or equivalent business degree. Applicants with at least two years North American work experience and completed their undergraduate degree within Canada.


Applicants with a non-business degree or business degree holders with less than two years of North American work experience or a degree from outside Canada.


Applicants with a non-business degree and less than two years North American work experience or a degree from outside Canada.

Program duration depends on a number of factors, as outlined below:


Applicants with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce or equivalent business degree.


Applicants with a non-business degree.


Minimum of 3 courses per term
Maximum of 5 courses per term
Minimum of 1 course per term
Maximum of 2 courses per term

In-Class Time

Approximately 9–15 classroom hours per week.
Classes may be scheduled in the morning, afternoon or evening.
Approximately 3–6 classroom hours per week.
Classes are scheduled in the evening.

Group Work Hours

Approximately 25–40 hours per week

Approximately 10–20 hours per week

Program Start Dates

Full-time applicants with less than two years North American work experience or an undergraduate degree from outside Canada.

Full-time applicants without a business degree:

These candidates will be required to complete foundation courses. These courses run during the spring term, therefore full-time applicants who may require foundation courses should apply to start in the Spring term (May).

Full-time applicants with a business degree, and an undergraduate degree completed in Canada or at least 2 years North American work experience:

These candidates are eligible for the accelerated (12-month) MBA program and should apply to start in the Fall term (September).

Part-time applicants:

All part-time applicants may start the MBA program in Spring term (May) or Fall term (September).


Fees are charged on a per-course basis for both the full-time and part-time programs. Foundation course fees are equivalent to the cost of 1 MBA credit.

Visit our fees page for more information.

Experiential Learning 

The Ted Rogers MBA program provides practical education, encouraging students to take initiative, make decisions and be accountable for results.

Tackle challenging real-world management problems and have your solutions judged by industry and government leaders during Integrative Week/Weekend. Based on their study status (full-time or part-time), students attend either the integrative week or weekend.

During their final semester, all Ted Rogers MBA students focus on the practical application of theory and conduct real-world analysis of a particular organizational issue, market, or management challenge. Students complete a final capstone project (major research paper or business plan) as well as an internship, international exchange or language and culture training.

The Ted Rogers MBA program uses a blend of learning methods to effectively teach course material:

  • Individual and group projects/presentations

  • Real-world business projects

  • Research

  • Case studies

  • In-class, lecture-based teaching

  • One-on-one with faculty, supervisor and second readers

  • Examinations

Collaborate with peers and network with business leaders to strengthen your problem-solving abilities, present solutions, and optimize team communication.

Ted Rogers MBA students consistently own the podium at national and international MBA case competitions, ranking in the top three in all categories at the annual MBA Games.

Ninety percent of our faculty have over 10 years industry experience. Ted Rogers MBA students benefit from their extensive knowledge, research and real-world management experience, which enhances curriculum and learning.

The MBA Advisory Council is a diverse group of senior executives from a variety of industry partners. They consult on all aspects of the Ted Rogers MBA including curriculum, careers, and trends in industry.

Interact with and learn from senior business and industry leaders through the Ted Rogers MBA speaker series. Past guests have included Mark Shapiro, President & CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays; John Tory, Mayor of Toronto; Jeffrey Orridge, Commissioner of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and many more.