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Goodman School of Business
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Innovative. Passionate. Your Career.
Brock University is one of the fastest growing universities in Canada with a committed focus on research and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Goodman School of Business is among the most respected business schools in Canada, and is known for innovative research and well-prepared and well-rounded undergraduate and graduate students.
Joining the Goodman School of Business means that you join a group of people whose different interests and talents come together to make education into an experience that happens inside and outside of the classroom.
We offer faculty and staff an exceptional number of academic and professional resources, including an exclusive IT department as well as access to University wide teaching, research and professional development activities.
Our degrees and programs are:
- Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA & MBA (ISP))
- Master of Accountancy (MAcc & IMAcc)
- Master of Science in Management (MSc)
- Professional Masters Preparation Certificate Program (PMPCP)
- Certificate in Administrative Studies (CAS)
- Management Development Centre (MDC)
Welcoming. Beautiful. Your Home.
Brock University is located in the heart of the Niagara Region and offers you an excellent quality of life in a desirable location.
St. Catharines is situated close to Toronto, ON, and Buffalo, NY and is part of the Golden Horseshoe Region of Ontario, an area that contains over a quarter of Canada's population and boasts of a large number of industries and services.
What is the best feature of the Niagara Region? Its focus on work-life balance and the importance of being part of a close-knit community. The region has affordable housing available in urban, suburban and rural settings and an excellent school and library system. You'll even enjoy driving in the Niagara region- no traffic jams and short commute times give you more time to actually enjoy life.
And there is a lot of life to enjoy in the Niagara Region- it's a major Canadian tourist destination where you can enjoy year round festivals and events, diverse nightlife and theatre and top ranked restaurants. The region's conservation areas are popular options for weekend hikes- the Bruce Trail passes right through the Brock campus- and, for the ultimate Niagara experience, spend a day bicycling from winery to winery.
Luncheon Speaker Series - Professor Constantine S. Katsikeas, Ph.D.
September 26, 2014 - 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT)
September 27, 2014 - 10:00am - 4:00pm