Brock University - Goodman School of Business

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Experience the difference at the Goodman School of Business.

In addition to co-op opportunities, our service-learning community partnership, international exchange programs and student associations will provide you with the opportunity to gain valuable professional skills. From your first day on campus, your future career success is important to us: our exclusive Career Development Office works closely with you to provide you with the tools and resources you need for your job search.

We've designed our MBA programs so that you can pick your program based on your needs. We also offer a CPA/MBA program (pdf) if you want to pursue an accounting designation.

If you are a young professional that is looking to change industries or enhance your credentials, then consider our full-time MBA where you will study with classmates from Canada and around the world.

If you are an internationally educated professional that wants to gain Canadian Business knowledge while studying in a supportive environment with fellow international students, then consider the MBA (ISP).

If you are a working professional that wants to expand your business knowledge or develop new expertise, consider the completing our MBA part-time.

Not sure about an MBA? Explore the MPAcc-ISP and MSc in Management programs.

Contact us by creating an account in the Graduate Portal.

Areas of Expertise


The Goodman MBA is a 2 year, traditional MBA program. The MBA curriculum is designed to meet the applied needs of Canadian and international businesses while at the same time instilling graduates with strong theoretical knowledge, excellent communication abilities and the skills needed to be a successful manager. The program is designed so that no foundational area of business is neglected, ensuring that students can work in and understand all aspects and areas of their organization. Recent graduates of Canadian business programs may complete their degree in less than two years. Find out more about advanced standing. Part time students follow the exact same curriculum as the full time MBA, spreading their coursework over a longer period of time.

On Campus Housing

As a graduate student or teaching student, you have two options when deciding to live on-campus. 1. Residence – Living in a community of undergraduate students with all the residence community support. Meal plan mandatory. 2. Brock Suites – Upper year and Graduate student housing, 8-month contract with option to extend at reduced rate. Meal plan optional. Please see website for more details.

Off Campus Housing

Brock University is proud to partner with Places4Students to offer an off-campus housing listing service.


Brock has over 100 ratified clubs available for students to participate in. These range from clubs specific to the academic program you are studying, to different areas of special interest. Different interests represented include: academic, activism, arts, cultural, general interest, political, religious, and well-being. For a full listing of the clubs you can experience at Brock, please visit:

Please note that the clubs vary from year to year. The Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU) will financially support any student club as long as ten students are willing to join it.

Information Technology

All students have full access to both email and the internet through on-campus computer labs (PCs and Macs) or off-campus through wifi. All residence rooms are fully wired, and also feature wifi access. Every student receives an email account when they register. The Brock campus is 100% wireless.

Special Services

Brock encourages and supports the full participation of all students in campus life.  We have been ranked 1st in Canada for Mental Health Services for several consecutive years by Maclean's Magazine. Our services related to student wellness and accessibility include Student Accessibility Services, Personal Counselling Services, From Intention to Action (FITA), and Student Health Services. Learn more at

As part of the Student Life and Success office, the Hadiya'dagénhahs First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Centre provides a welcoming, supportive and inclusive environment for Aboriginal students and visitors to our campus. Learn more at

Campus Tour

Campus tours of the Goodman School of Business are available every Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. See website for more details.

Modified on May 21, 2024

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