Odette School of Business - University of Windsor

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Our business degrees offer a comprehensive, interdisciplinary education, giving students the opportunity to expand their interest both in and outside the classroom. We deliver educational opportunities in a positive learning environment. Our goal is to offer a dynamic interaction between learning and the application of knowledge. We foster the development of business leaders and professionals through involvement and learning with our key stakeholders, through responsive programs and delivery methods, and through our intellectual contributions. Our strategic location on the Canada/US border, combined with a talented and internationally diverse faculty, provides our students and business partners with opportunities other Canadian business schools cannot duplicate. At the centre of Canada's own automotive industry, the University is also in the heartland of traditional North American manufacturing industries and newer high technology industries. It is this environment, which affords students and faculty members nearby access to a wide array of business and industry at the forefront of modern global competition.

Areas of Expertise

Students may pursue a general M.B.A. or they can choose one specific area of concentration. Areas of concentration include Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Management and Labour Studies, Management Science, and Production/Operations Management.

On Campus Housing

Living in residence places you at the heart of campus life, close to classrooms, the library, health services, recreational, and dining facilities. Residence is much more than a bed and a desk. Our professional and student staff make it their top priority to create living space, which supports your needs both in and out of the classroom. For more details, visit our website.

Off Campus Housing

There are many choices available for off-campus housing. Visit our website and select Services in order to access the off-campus housing list.

Career Planning

Co-op placements provide students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience while completing their degrees. These placements also allow students to earn money to help with the cost of their education. The Odette School of Business offers two different programs with co-op, Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration Co-op and Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration and Computer Science Co-op. Both of these programs combine the usual 40 courses with three work terms. The Centre for Career Education is committed to working with current students and recent graduates in their quest to develop the knowledge and skills they need to build a career plan, obtain fulfilling employment, and excel in the workplace. Visit our website for more details.


If you are interested in playing on a varsity team, you can fill out one of our team's recruitment forms available on our website.


If you are interested in intramural sports, fitness, or instructional activity classes, contact Campus Recreation on our website.


Broaden your horizons! There are more than 50 student clubs and societies for you to choose from. Visit our website for more details.

Information Technology

The University of Windsor campus has wireless access and offers many computer facilities whether it is at our Computer Centre, at the Leddy Library, or computer labs for specific departments.


All students whether from Canada or abroad are invited to become involved in the International Students' Centre. There is also an International Students' Society that offers international students a strong social forum to address their needs. There are also many clubs and societies representing specific groups of international students.

Special Services

There are a wide variety of services available through our Office of Student Development and Support, such as the Student Information Resource Centre (SIRC), the Special Needs program, which provides individualized assistance and accommodations to students with disability related needs, the Aboriginal Education Centre, Turtle Island, which offers support to First Nations students, and OPUS (Organization of Part-time University Students). There are also many additional services available.

International Involvement

The University has a wide range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Visit our website for more details. The Work Study Plan provides on-campus employment opportunities for students who demonstrate financial need. Jobs are available in all areas of the University.

Campus Tour

Tours are available at 1:00 p.m. on weekdays (excluding holidays and during December and April) and include a tour of residence (if requested). Special Saturday tours are available at 1:00 p.m. only during the months of October, November, March, and May. To arrange a tour, contact Liaison and Student Recruitment one week in advance at (519) 973-7014 or book online on our website.

Modified on June 03, 2019