Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University

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Requirements for Canadian Students

Master of Business Administration (Full- and Part-time) The Ryerson University M.B.A. provides a broad based business management education with a global focus, facilitating academic, practical, and research based collaboration between industry, students, and faculty just steps from Canada's business centre. Students can choose from four specializations: International Business; Human Resources Management; Marketing; and Retail and Commercial Development. The Retail and Commercial Development specialization within the M.B.A. program is a unique in Canada program that utilizes Ryerson's Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity, a world leader in business geomatics. M.B.A. in the Management of Technology and Innovation (Full- and Part-time) The M.B.A. in the Management of Technology and Innovation delivers a focused education for managing in the rapidly changing, turbulent, and global environments facing companies. The program develops graduates who have a strong understanding of the theoretical foundations of management and their application to technology in organizations. Small classes with an experiential focus link theory and practice. Specifically, the M.B.A. in the Management of Technology and Innovation M.B.A. provides students with a theoretical framework and the critical analytical skills necessary to analyze requirements and to manage technology in a variety of contexts. Students can choose from three specializations: Information Systems; Supply Chain Management; and Media Management. Ryerson University has the only M.B.A. in the Management of Technology and Innovation in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and is the only M.B.A. in Canada to offer a specialization in media management. M.M.Sc. in the Management of Technology and Innovation (Full- and Part-time) The M.M.Sc. in the Management of Technology and Innovation is Toronto's only M.M.Sc. designed to meet the need for professionals with both technology and management skills. The curriculum is coursework based plus a thesis. It emphasizes the development of sound qualitative and quantitative research skills, oriented toward research in the area of technology management and innovation. Students apply these skills to write a thesis that makes an original contribution to the theory or empirical study of technology/innovation management, giving graduates a strong foundation for doctoral studies or a career in research.

Procedure for Canadian Students

Candidates will formally apply to the program through Graduate Studies Admissions. The complete application package should be returned to the Graduate Studies Admissions Office directly. (Do not forward applications to the specific programs as this may delay the processing of your application.) When an application is received and all supporting documentation is matched and verified, the Office of Admissions will forward the application and documents to the appropriate graduate program for review. The official Offer of Admission will be issued by the Graduate Admissions Office.

Academic Year

Type of SystemSemester
Entrance DatesMay, September
Notes:Students with an undergraduate degree in business will start the program in Term Two (September). Students without an undergraduate degree in business will start the program in Term One (May).
Language of InstructionEnglish
Modified on June 09, 2014