Graduate program timetables

Program timetables are available for each program, MBA, MBA (ISP), IMAcc, MAcc, and MSc.  Please register early to ensure that your preferred courses are still open.

Due to student demand and faculty availability, course availability changes from semester to semester.

Please be aware that although we endeavor to offer the specialty streams in terms three and four of the MBA each year, the possibility exists that a stream may not be offered.

Your course information including times and locations of classes is subject to change.  Please be sure to check your schedule prior to your courses beginning to ensure you have the most up to date information.

Questions?

Please contact us through the Goodman Portal.

MBA

All MBA students are required to register for both the Fall (Sept-Dec) and Winter (Jan-Apr) terms, unless they have received approval from the Goodman School of Business for interruption of their graduate program or have completed their graduate degree requirements. Failure to register will be interpreted as withdrawal from the program.

Part Time Students

Required courses are cycled into the evenings approximately every two years. If you would like assistance in preparing a program plan that helps you meet your goals, please contact Brendan for an appointment.
It is important to note that part time students who are unable to complete courses during the day may find it very challenging to complete a specialization other than the General MBA.

Do you wish to have a specialization noted on your MBA degree?

You will take a total of six electives in your MBA program. If you take five or more courses in the same field (i.e., marketing or finance), with the exception of the MBA CPA Pathway, the specialty field will appear on your degree. Otherwise, your degree will say MBA [without any specialty].

 Please be aware that although we endeavour to offer the specialty streams in terms three and four of the MBA each year, the possibility exists that a stream may not be offered.

 It should also be noted that submitting a request to a specialization does not guarantee that a student will be able to join that specialization or meet the requirements of that specialization.  Specializations may be limited based on course capacity and will be available to qualified students in the order they have submitted their request.

Not sure what you need to take?

Please consult the relevant program plan for the specialization you wish to pursue prior to registration.
Once registered please contact Brendan to ensure your requirements are being met:

General MBA
Business Analytics
CPA-MBA – Students with full Advanced Standing should plan on starting in the Spring session
Finance
Human Resources
Marketing
Operations Management
Part Time MBA

Course Descriptions are available for download.

 

Looking for other options?

Consider an independent study elective (MBAB 5P91, 5P92, 5F91) under the supervision of a faculty member. The student is responsible for finding an appropriate and willing supervisor. The project itself can take many forms as long as it contains about 120 hours of work. All project proposals must be approved by the faculty supervisor and the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs. Contact Brendan Barrett, Academic Coordinator for more information.

In very rare cases, it is also possible for graduate students to take a fourth year undergraduate course as an elective. Check the undergraduate timetable for possibilities and contact Brendan with your preference. He will assess the feasibility of your request at that time.

 How to Register

Dropping a course: If you wish to change your course registration prior to the close of online registration, you simply need to re-visit the registration section of my.brocku.ca. Before you may register in your new course selection(s), you must first drop your existing courses(s). You can do this by clicking on the “Drop” option next to the appropriate course(s) in your “List of Registered Courses” in the lower half of the screen.

Please note that you must register for the listed section only. Other sections of these courses are reserved for students in the MBA (ISP).

Please Note: Information on this page is subject to change. 


It is important to remember that Spring is not designed to be a full session for traditional MBA students and as a result course offerings in the Spring are very limited.

MBA Course Listing Spring 2018 – Course offerings and times subject to change

CourseSecTitleDayTimeRoomInstructor
MBAB 5P0801Financial ManagementMonday1900-2200PL 410TBD
MBAB 5P2005Applied Business ResearchThursday1900-2200GSB 407Kaciak, Eugene
MBAB 5P3101Managerial Accounting IThursday1400-1700GSB 207Shome, Anamitra
MBAB 5P3201Financial Accounting IWednesday900-1200GSB 207Kim, Sohyung
MBAB 5P3801Taxation IMonday1300-1600MCA 241Stillabower, Linda M.
MBAB 5P5302Training and DevelopmentTuesday1900-2200GSB 308Raja, Usman
MBAB 5P6901Integrated Marketing and CommunicationMonday1300-1600TH 147Green, Todd

General Accounting Electives (Non CPA-MBA)

CourseSecTitleDayTimeRoomInstructor
MACC 5P3201Global TaxationMonday1400-1700WH 327Young, Allister

August Accelerated Course Offerings

CourseSecTitleDatesDayTimeRoomInstructor
MBAB 5P8301Managing and Mentoring the Growing VentureAugust 1st-5thWRFSS900-1800AS 217De Clercq, Dirk
MBAB 5P6001Marketing of High-Technology Products and InnovationAugust 8th-12thWRFSS900-1800PL 409Ashraf, Abdul Rehman
MBAB 5P8202Leadership and ChangeAugust 15th-19thWRFSS900-1800AS 217Wright, Barry / Bouckenooghe, Dave

MBA Course Listing Fall 2018 – Coming Soon

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB 5P015Accounting for Decision Making 1
MBAB 5P025Quantitative Analysis
MBAB 5P035Economic Environment of Business
MBAB 5P045Organizational Behaviour and Design
MBAB 5P085Financial Management

Year 2 Courses

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB 5P201Applied Business Research
MBAB 5P242Business Law
MBAB 5P251Business Ethics

Business Analytics Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB 5P111Introduction to Business Analytics
MBAB 5P131Database Management Systems

Accounting Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB 5P302Assurance 1
MBAB 5P352Financial Accounting 2
MBAB 5P392Taxation 2

Finance Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB 5P412Financial Statement Analysis
MBAB 5P421Equity Investments, Markets and Instruments
MBAB 5P431Debt Investments

Human Resource Management electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB TBD1
MBAB TBD2

Marketing electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB TBD2
MBAB TBD2

Operations electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeInstructor
MBAB TBD1
MBAB TBD2

MBA Course Listing Winter 2018

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P055Marketing ManagementWednesday1900-2200WH 207Dolansky, E
MBAB 5P065Accounting for Decision-Making IIMonday1900-2200TA 405TBA
MBAB 5P075Operations ManagementWednesday1300-1600PL 409Yoogalingam, R
MBAB 5P095Management Information SystemsThursday1000-1300PL 410Herath, T
MBAB 5P225Global BusinessTuesday1900-2200TA 207Deng, S

Year 2 Classes

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P211Business Strategy
(Students MUST hold 5.0 credits in order to take this course)
Monday1300-1600TA 307Jiang, M
MBAB 5P231EntrepreneurshipThursday1400-1700TA 307Menzies, T

Accounting Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P342Managerial Accounting IITuesday900-1200TH 257Sainty, B
MBAB 5P362Financial Accounting IIIWednesday1000-1300TA 207Bay, D
MBAB 5P372 Assurance IITuesday1900-2200TA 260Culumovic, L

Finance Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P441Derivative InstrumentsTuesday1400-1700PL 410Welch, R
MBAB 5P451International FinanceThursday1900-2200ST 108Cyr, D
MBAB 5P461Portfolio Management and Alternative InvestmentsTuesday1900-2200ST 108He, Z
MBAB 5P472Advanced Corporate Finance and Risk ManagementWednesday1900-2200TH 241Pyo, H

Human Resource Management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P521Introduction to Human Resource Management - Limited space available. If showing as full please contact Brendan in the Portal for further information. Restricted to MBA Students until August 8thOnlineOnline-Julien, M
MBAB 5P551HR Planning and StrategyMonday1900-2200TA 309Bouckenooghe, D
MBAB 5P561Recruitment and SelectionTuesday1200-1500ST 108Kanar, A

Marketing Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P631International MarketingFriday800-1100TA 207Sun, F
MBAB 5P641Consumer BehaviourThursday1900-2200TA 303Green, T
MBAB 5P651Business to Business MarketingTuesday1900-2200TA 303TBA

Business Analytics Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P121Advanced Business AnalyticsFriday1200-1500MCJ 202Ayanso, A
MBAB 5P141System Analysis and Design Wednesday1200-1500PL 410Vachon, F
MBAB 5P151Introduction to Information AssuranceTuesday1000-1300PL 409Herath, T

Operations management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTimeLocationInstructor
MBAB 5P711Project ManagementThursday900-1200WH 8GKlassen, K

MSc

Students are expected to take courses only from their program. Requests to take courses in other graduate programs must be directed to Brendan Barrett.

Program requirements

MSc in Accounting
MSc in Finance
MSc in Organization Studies
MSc in Operations and Information Systems Management
MSc in Marketing

How to Register

Dropping a course: If you wish to change your course registration prior to the close of online registration, you simply need to re-visit the registration section of my.brocku.ca. Before you may register in your new course selection(s), you must first drop your existing courses(s). You can do this by clicking on the “Drop” option next to the appropriate course(s) in your “List of Registered Courses” in the lower half of the screen.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MSCM 5P0101Research Methodology IWednesday & Thursday1730-1900TA 230
MSCM 5P0301Empirical Finance IWednesday1000-1300TA 230
MSCM 5N0101Research Seminar IFriday1230-1400TA 203
MSCM 5P41 01Theory of Capital MarketsThursday0800-1100TA 230
ECON 5P0301EconometricsTues/Fri1400-1530MCC400
ECON 5P0301Econometrics LabTuesday1100-1200MCA203
MSCM 5P3101Current Issues in Accounting Research IThursday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5P3201Current Issues in Accounting Research IITuesday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5P6101Current Issues in Marketing TheoryWednesday1300-1600TA 230
MSCM 5P6201Consumer Behaviour and Behavioural Decision TheoryTuesday1100-1400TA 230
MSCM 5P7101Operations Research Modeling & ApplicationsFriday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5P7201Seminar in Operations and Info Systems MgmtMonday1100-1400TA 230
MSCM 5P8101Micro-Foundations in Organization StudiesMonday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5P8201Macro-Foundations in Organization StudiesThursday1100-1400TA 230
CourseTitleDayTime Room
MSCM 5P02Research Methodology IITuesday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5N02Research Seminar IIFriday1230-1400TA 203
MSCM 5P04Empirical Finance IITuesday0900-1200TA 230
MSCM 5P33Advanced Special Topics in AccountingFriday0900-1200TA 230
MSCM 5P43Options and FuturesWednesday1300-1600TA 230
MSCM 5P44Fixed Income Securities and Interest Rate ModelsThursday1100-1400TA 230
MSCM 5P65Advances in Strategic Market ManagementMonday1200-1500TA230
MSCM 5P74Data Mining Techniques and ApplicationsThursday0800-1100TA230
MSCM 5P75Advanced Information Systems ModelingMonday0900-1200TA 230
MSCM 5P83Advances in Entrepreneurship ResearchThursday1400-1700TA 230
MSCM 5P84Advances in Human Resources Theory and PracticeWednesday0900-1200TA 230
MSCM 5P85Recent Issues in International ManagementMonday0800-1100TA 230

These courses are required for ALL MSc in Management students

MSc Returning Student Course Listing Fall 2016

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MSCM 5F9001Thesis in ManagementMeetings as per Supervisor
MSCM 5N0301Research Seminar IIIFriday1230-1400TA 203

These two courses are required for ALL MSc in Management students

MSc Returning Student Course Listing Winter 2017

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MSCM 5F9001Thesis in ManagementMeetings as per supervisor
MSCM 5N0401Research Seminar IVFriday1230-1400TA203

IMPORTANT NOTE:

FALL 2015 – If you have completed your thesis proposal (including presentation) AND you have a complete draft of your Thesis, that requires no further research or additional chapters/sections, by mid-August AND you will be able to complete their exit requirement (including defence and revisions) within the subsequent term, you are eligible to apply for Final Stage Status. Final Stage Status may only be awarded once and only for one term. Students who are on Final Stage Status are required to pay tuition of only $345.94 for that term (based on 16/17 rates). To be approved for this special fee, you must complete this form, have it approved by your supervisor and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office in TA 461 no later than Wednesday, August 19, 2015.

WINTER 2016 – If you have completed your thesis proposal (including presentation) AND you have a complete draft of your Thesis, that requires no further research or additional chapters/sections, by mid-December AND you will be able to complete their exit requirement (including defence and revisions) within the subsequent term, you are eligible to apply for Final Stage Status. Final Stage Status students are required to pay tuition of only $345.94 for that term (based on 16/17 rates). To be approved for this special fee, you must complete this form, have it approved by your supervisor and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office in TA 461 no later than Monday, December 14, 2015.

CourseSecTitle/InstructorDayTimeRoom
MSCM 5P9001Thesis Research Proposal MSCM 5P9001Thesis Research Proposal

As in prior terms, registration will be done through Student Self Serve at my.brocku.ca.

MBA ISP

Students starting in the MBA ISP in September will register for their courses during the Business English program in August.

The mandatory Business English Program begins in August. All MBA (ISP) students are expected to complete the full Business English Program in order to register for their Fall classes.

Students are expected to take courses only from their program. Requests to take courses in other graduate programs must be directed to Brendan Barrett, Academic Coordinator.

Do you wish to have a specialization noted on your MBA degree? You will take a total of six electives in your MBA program. If you take five or more courses in the same field (ie. marketing or finance or accounting), the specialty field will appear on your degree. Otherwise, your degree will say MBA [without any specialty].

Please be aware that although we endeavour to offer the specialty streams in terms three and four of the MBA each year, the possibility exists that a stream may not be offered.

It should also be noted that submitting a request to a specialization does not guarantee that a student will be able to join that specialization or meet the requirements of that specialization.  Specializations may be limited based on course capacity and will be available to qualified students (those who have received a minimum of 70% in any prerequisite courses).  If demand for a specialization exceed supply a student’s overall average will be used to allocate available spaces.

MBA ISP course listing

MBA ISP course descriptions

 

Course Sequencing

Registration for the MBA-ISP will occur during the Business English program in August.
Any registration in courses prior to your registration session during the Business English program will result in de-registration from your courses.

PLEASE NOTE: You must choose the same section for EACH of the following FIVE courses.  Failure to register as instructed will result in course de-registration.

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P011Accounting for Decision-Making ITuesday0800-1100TA260BROWN,K
MBAB 5P012Accounting for Decision-Making IThursday0800-1100 TA260ELAYAN,F
MBAB 5P013Accounting for Decision-Making IThursday1200-1500TH258TANG, T
MBAB 5P016Accounting for Decision-Making ITuesday1900-2200TH 240TANG, T
MBAB 5P021Quantitative AnalysisMonday1400-1700TA260CHO,D
MBAB 5P022Quantitative AnalysisTuesday1900-2200TA260CHO,D
MBAB 5P023Quantitative AnalysisWednesday1400-1700TA260CHO,D
MBAB 5P026Quantitative AnalysisWednesday1100-1400WH207TBA
MBAB 5P031Economic Environment of BusinessFriday0800-1100TA260OZOCAK, O
MBAB 5P032Economic Environment of BusinessMonday1100-1400TA260OGWANG,T
MBAB 5P033Economic Environment of BusinessThursday1900-2200TA207OGWANG, T
MBAB 5P035Economic Environment of BusinessMonday1200-1500AS202MAKKEN, R
MBAB 5P041Organizational Behaviour and DesignWednesday1400-1700WH207BOUCKENOOGHE,D
MBAB 5P042Organizational Behaviour and DesignWednesday1900-2200TA260RAJA,U
MBAB 5P043Organizational Behaviour and DesignTuesday0800-1100TH147RAJA,U
MBAB 5P046Organizational Behaviour and DesignMonday0800-1100GL164TBA
MBAB 5P081Financial ManagementFriday1200-1500TA260SOKOLYK,T
MBAB 5P082Financial ManagementWednesday1100-1400TA303SOKOLYK,T
MBAB 5P083Financial ManagementMonday1900-2200TA207BEN OMRANE,W
MBAB 5P085Financial ManagementFriday1100-1400 AS203BEN OMRANE, W

How to Register

You can register for all of your courses at  my.brocku.ca

If you have not already done so, you will need to activate your my.brocku.ca account.

Dropping a course: If you wish to change your course registration prior to the close of online registration, you simply need to re-visit the registration section of my.brocku.ca. Before you may register in your new course selection(s), you must first drop your existing courses(s). You can do this by clicking on the “Drop” option next to the appropriate course(s) in your “List of Registered Courses” in the lower half of the screen.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
Choose ONE section of MBAB 5P21: Required for all students.
MBAB 5P2101Business Strategy
MBAB 5P2102Business Strategy
MBAB 5P2103Business Strategy
MBAB 5P2104Business Strategy
MBA Acconting (CPA) Students must take MBAB 5P24. Students who hold credit in MBAB 5P23 should not take MBAB 5P24
MBAB 5P2401Business Law
Finance Electives
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
Marketing Electives
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
Accounting Electives
MBAB 5P3001Assurance I
MBAB 5P3501Financial Accounting II
MBAB 5P3901Taxation II
Human Resource Management Electives
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
Business Analytics Electives
MBAB5P1201Advanced Business Analytics
MBAB 5P1401System Analysis and Design
MBAB 5P1501Introduction to Information Assurance
Operations Management Electives
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
MBAB TBD01
Other Electives
MBAB 5P8101Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Choose ONE section of EACH course: Required for all students.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MBAB 5P051Marketing Management Thursday1300-1600TA 207
MBAB 5P052Marketing ManagementThursday1900-2200TA 207
MBAB 5P053Marketing ManagementFriday1400-1700TA 207
MBAB 5P054Marketing ManagementMonday1900-2200TA 260
MBAB 5P061Accounting for Decision-Making IITuesday1300-1600TA 207
MBAB 5P062Accounting for Decision Making II Monday1900-2200TA 207
MBAB 5P063Accounting for Decision Making II Thursday0800-1100TA 307
MBAB 5P064Accounting for Decision Making IIFriday0900-1200TA 260
MBAB 5P07 1Operations ManagementTuesday0900-1200PL 410
MBAB 5P072Operations ManagementThursday0900-1200PL 409
MBAB 5P073Operations ManagementWednesday0900-1200WH 207
MBAB 5P074Operations ManagementWednesday1900-2200TA 260
MBAB 5P091Management Information SystemsWednesday1400-1700ST 108
MBAB 5P092Management Information SystemsFriday1300-1600TH 147
MBAB 5P093Management Information SystemsMonday0800-1100TH 255
MBAB 5P094Management Information SystemsWednesday0900-1200TA 260
MBAB 5P221Global BusinessMonday1000-1300TA 207
MBAB 5P222Global BusinessWednesday1900-2200TA 207
MBAB 5P223Global BusinessMonday1900-2200TA 303
MBAB 5P224Global BusinessWednesday1300-1600TH SOS

MBA-CPA(ISP) Returning Student Course Listing Winter 2017

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MBAB 5P3401Managerial Accounting IIFriday1100-1400TA 207
MBAB 5P3601Financial Accounting IIITuesday1400-1700TA 260
MBAB 5P3701Assurance IIThursday1100-1400TA 260
MBAB 5P4701Advanced Corporate Finance and Risk ManagementWednesday1400-1700WH 202

These two courses are required for ALL MSc in Management students

MSc Returning Student Course Listing Winter 2017

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MSCM 5F9001Thesis in ManagementMeetings as per supervisor
MSCM 5N0401Research Seminar IVFriday1230-1400TA207

IMPORTANT NOTE:

FALL 2015 – If you have completed your thesis proposal (including presentation) AND you have a complete draft of your Thesis, that requires no further research or additional chapters/sections, by mid-August AND you will be able to complete their exit requirement (including defence and revisions) within the subsequent term, you are eligible to apply for Final Stage Status. Final Stage Status may only be awarded once and only for one term. Students who are on Final Stage Status are required to pay tuition of only $345.94 for that term (based on 16/17 rates). To be approved for this special fee, you must complete this form, have it approved by your supervisor and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office in TA 461 no later than Wednesday, August 19, 2015.

WINTER 2016 – If you have completed your thesis proposal (including presentation) AND you have a complete draft of your Thesis, that requires no further research or additional chapters/sections, by mid-December AND you will be able to complete their exit requirement (including defence and revisions) within the subsequent term, you are eligible to apply for Final Stage Status. Final Stage Status students are required to pay tuition of only $345.94 for that term (based on 16/17 rates). To be approved for this special fee, you must complete this form, have it approved by your supervisor and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office in TA 461 no later than Monday, December 14, 2015.

PLEASE NOTE: THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

You must choose ONE section of MBAB 5P20:

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P2001Applied Business ResearchWednesday1900-2200GSB 207Kaciak, Eugene
MBAB 5P2002Applied Business ResearchTuesday1900-2200GSB 407Kaciak, Eugene
MBAB 5P2003Applied Business ResearchMonday1900-2200GSB 408Kaciak, Eugene
MBAB 5P2004Applied Business ResearchTuesday1000-1300GSB 207De Clercq, Dirk

You must choose ONE section of MBAB 5P25:

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P2501Business EthicsThursday1900-2200PL 409Steinbauer, Robert
MBAB 5P2502Business EthicsTuesday1400-1700GSB 207Steinbauer, Robert
MBAB 5P2503Business EthicsThursday1900-2200PL 410Chang, Wes
MBAB 5P2504Business EthicsTuesday1400-1700TH 147Lau, Michelle

Students in the MBA CPA Pathway DO NOT Take MBAB 5P23, they will take MBAB 5P24 in the Fall. All other students MUST choose ONE section of MBAB 5P23  in the Spring

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P2301EntrepreneurshipThursday1300-1600TH 248Saffu, Kwadwo
MBAB 5P2302EntrepreneurshipMonday900-1200TH 147Saffu, Kwadwo
MBAB 5P23 03Entrepreneurship Thursday1300-1600WH 207De Clercq, Dirk

You must choose TWO elective courses from the list below

CPA MBA Students MUST TAKE MBAB 5P31, 5P32 and 5P38

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P1101Introduction to Business AnalyticsWednesday900-1200MCJ 202Ayanso, Anteneh
MBAB 5P1102Introduction to Business AnalyticsWednesday1400-1700MCJ 202Ayanso, Anteneh
MBAB 5P1301Database Management SystemsMonday1400-1700MCJ 202Chatterjee, Dipanjan
MBAB 5P1302Database Management SystemsMonday1900-2200MCJ 202Chatterjee, Dipanjan
MBAB 5P3101Managerial Accounting IThursday1400-1700GSB 207Shome, Anamitra
MBAB 5P3201Financial Accounting IWednesday900-1200GSB 207Kim, Sohyung
MBAB 5P3801Taxation IMonday1300-1600GSB 208Stillabower, Linda
MBAB 5P4201Equity Investments, Markets, and InstrumentsWednesday900-1200TH 147Ayadi, Mohamed
MBAB 5P4301Debt InvestmentsWednesday1400-1700TH 147Ozocak, Onem
MBAB 5P5201Introduction to Human Resource ManagementWednesday900-1200GSB 207McPhee, Deborah M
MBAB 5P5302Training and DevelopmentTuesday1900-2200GSB 308Raja, Usman
MBAB 5P6801New Product DevelopmentTuesday1000-1300TH 147Thongpapanl,T
MBAB 5P6901Integrated Marketing CommunicationsMonday1300-1600TH 147Green, Todd
MBAB 5P7301Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementMonday1400-1700PL 410Cho, Danny
Accelerated Course Offerings
CourseSecTitleDatesDayTimeRoomInstructor
MBAB 5P8301Managing and Mentoring the Growing VentureAugust 1st-5thWRFSS900-1800AS 217De Clercq, Dirk
MBAB 5P6001Marketing of High-Technology Products and InnovationAugust 8th-12thWRFSS900-1800PL 409Ashraf, Abdul Rehman
MBAB 5P8202Leadership and ChangeAugust 15th-19thWRFSS900-1800AS 217Wright, Barry / Bouckenooghe, Dave

For more information on eligibility and registration for our accelerated course offerings, please contact Brendan via the Goodman Student Portal.

Do you wish to have a specialization noted on your MBA degree? You will take a total of six electives in your MBA program. If you take five or more courses in the same field (i.e., marketing or finance), the specialty field will appear on your degree. Otherwise, your degree will say MBA [without any specialty].

MAcc

Spring 2018 classes will begin on Monday, April 30, 2018

Students are expected to take courses only from their program. Requests to take courses in other graduate programs must be directed to Brendan Barrett.

Please Note:  MAcc Students MUST register in all of Section 1 OR Section 2 of their required courses. Failure to register in the same section of your courses will result in de-registration from all of your courses. Students MUST register in the same section to avoid schedule conflicts for all students.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MACC 5P211Strategic Performance ManagementWednesday800-1100MCH 313
MACC 5P212Strategic Performance ManagementMonday1400-1700ST 108
MACC 5P411Advanced Topics in TaxationThursday1300-1600PL 410
MACC 5P412Advanced Topics in TaxationWednesday1200-1500TH147
MACC 5P711Advanced Topics in AssuranceMonday1300-1600TA 207
MACC 5P712Advanced Topics in AssuranceTuesday900-1200TA 307
MACC 5P913Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceTBATBATBA
MACC 5P914Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceTBATBATBA

Each MAcc-CPA student must choose a total of two electives during their program – one elective courses in the Winter and one elective courses in the Spring.  If you have any questions about the minor option, please submit your question through our Graduate Portal.

**Accounting Elective  **

Finance Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P411Financial Statement Analysis - Strongly Recommended elective for Students pursuing CPAThursday1900-2200
MBAB 5P441Derivative InstrumentsTuesday1400-1700PL 410Welch, R
MBAB 5P451International FinanceThursday1900-2200ST 108Cyr, D
MBAB 5P461Portfolio Management and Alternative InvestmentsTuesday1900-2200ST 108He, Z

Human Resource Management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P521Introduction to Human Resource Management - Restricted to MBA Students until August 8thWWWOn-lineJulien, M
MBAB 5P561Recruitment and SelectionTuesday1200-1500ST108Kanar, A
MBAB 5P551HR Planning and StrategyMonday1900-2200TA 309Bouckenooghe, D

Marketing Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P631International MarketingFriday800-1100TA 207Sun, F
MBAB 5P641Consumer BehaviourThursday1900-2200TA 303Green, T
MBAB 5P651Business-to-Business MarketingTuesday1900-2200TA 303TBA

Business Analytics Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P121Advanced Business AnalyticsFriday1200-1500MCJ 202Ayanso, A
MBAB 5P141System Analysis and Design Wednesday1200-1500PL 410Vachon, F
MBAB 5P151Introduction to Information AssuranceTuesday1000-1300PL 409Herath, T

Operations Management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P711Project ManagementThursday900-1200WH 8GKlassen, K

Please Note: Students MUST register in either Section 1 of MACC 5P11,5P12, 5P51 and 5P61 or Section 2 of MACC 5P11,5P12,5P51 and 5P61. All Students MUST Register for MACC 5P11 LAB 1.

Registration is on a first come first serve basis and space in each section is limited.

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MACC 5P51 1 REA Modeling and XBRL for Financial ReportingWednesday1400-1700GSB 207Shome, Anamitra
MACC 5P51 2REA Modeling and XBRL for Financial ReportingFriday900-1200GSB 207Shome, Anamitra
MACC 5P611 Corporate GovernanceMonday1900-2200GSB 207Trabelsi, Samir
MACC 5P612 Corporate GovernanceMonday900-1200PL 409Trabelsi, Samir
MACC 5P111 Integration and Team ManagementTuesday1100-1400AS 216Sainty, Barbara
MACC 5P112 Integration and Team ManagementTuesday1400-1700AS 216Sainty, Barbara
MACC 5P12 1 Integration and Analysis Thursday1300-1600TH 147Lapointe-Antunes, Pascale
MACC 5P122Integration and AnalysisThursday900-1200PL 409Lapointe-Antunes, Pascale
MACC 5P111 Integration and Team Management/Integration and Analysis LabWednesday900-1300AS 216Sainty, Barbara / Lapointe-Antunes, Pascale

Each MAcc-CPA student must choose a total of two electives during their program – one elective courses in the Winter and one elective courses in the Spring.

Non-Major Accounting Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MACC 5P3201Global TaxationTuesday1900-2200GSB 207Young, Allister

MPAC

Fall Classes will begin on Wednesday, September 6th, 2017.

Students are expected to take courses only from their program. Requests to take courses in other graduate programs must be directed to Brendan Barrett.

CourseSecTitleDayTimeRoom
MAcc 5P0101Financial Accounting IWednesday1100-1400TA260
MAcc 5P0102Financial Accounting I Monday0800-1100TA260
MAcc 5P0201Financial Accounting IITuesday1200-1500TA260
MAcc 5P0202Financial Accounting IIThursday1200-1500TA260
MAcc 5Y0301Managerial AccountingFriday0800-930TH258
MAcc 5Y0302Managerial AccountingTuesday1530-1700TA260
MAcc 5Y0402Corporate FinanceTuesday0930-1100PL409
MAcc 5Y0401Corporate FinanceMonday1400-1530TA405
MAcc 5P0502Marketing, Operations Management, and Organizational BehaviourMonday1200-1500TH240
MAcc 5P0501 Marketing, Operations Management, and Organizational BehaviourMonday0800-1100TA403
MAcc 5Y0601The Legal and Political EnvironmentTuesday1530-1700TA207
MAcc 5Y0602The Legal and Political EnvironmentTuesday1400-1530TA207
MAcc 5Y0701Business Communications (Section 1)Thursday1230-1400WH202
Please register in ONE of the following seminars:
MAcc 5Y07 01Business Communications Seminar (Section 1)Wednesday1500-1600TA204
MAcc 5Y0702Business Communications Seminar (Section 1)Wednesday1600-1700TA204
MAcc 5Y0702Business Communications (Section 2)Friday1530-1700TA260
Please register in ONE of the following seminars:
MAcc 5Y0701Business Communications Seminar (Section 2)Thursday1700-1800TA204
MAcc 5Y0702Business Communications Seminar (Section 2)Thursday1800-1900TA204
CourseSecTitleDayTimeRoom
MAcc 5P3101Advanced Management AccountingFriday1400-1700ST 108
MACC 5P3102Advanced Management AccountingWednesday1100-1400WH 207
MAcc 5P3201Global Tax Management and PlanningThursday0800-1100TA 260
MACC 5P3202Global Tax Management and PlanningMonday1300-1600 TA 260
MAcc 5P5101Information Technology and SystemsMonday1400-1700TA207
MACC 5P5102Information Technology and SystemsTuesday1100-1400TA 307
MAcc 5P6001Advanced Accounting TheoryThursday1400-1700ST 105
MACC 5P6002Advanced Accounting TheoryTuesday1900-2200ST 105
MAcc 5P9101Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceMonday1900-2200TA 260
MACC 5P9102Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceTuesday & Friday1530-1700AS 216
CourseSecTitleDayTimeRoomInstructor
MPAC 5P1001Analysis and Problem SolvingMonday900-1200GSB 207Li,Jennifer
MPAC 5P3601Financial Accounting IIIThursday1900-2200GSB 207Liu,Frank
MPAC 5P3701Assurance IIThursday1000-1300GSB 207Adamson, Ian
MPAC 5P3901Taxation IIWednesday1000-1300PL 409Tang,Tanya
MPAC 5P6101Corporate GovernanceMonday1400-1700GSB 207Trabelsi, Samir

Graduate Diploma in Accounting (GDAC)

Students are expected to take courses only from their program. Requests to take courses in other graduate programs must be directed to Brendan Barrett.

Please Note:  GDAC Students MUST register in all of Section 1 OR Section 2 of their required courses. Failure to register in the same section of your courses will result in de-registration from all of your courses. Students MUST register in the same section to avoid schedule conflicts for all students.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room
MACC 5P211Strategic Performance ManagementWednesday800-1100MCH 313
MACC 5P212Strategic Performance ManagementMonday1400-1700ST 108
MACC 5P411Advanced Topics in TaxationThursday1300-1600PL 410
MACC 5P412Advanced Topics in TaxationWednesday1200-1500TH147
MACC 5P711Advanced Topics in AssuranceMonday1300-1600TA 207
MACC 5P712Advanced Topics in AssuranceTuesday900-1200TA 307
MACC 5P913Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceTBATBATBA
MACC 5P914Advanced Topics in Corporate FinanceTBATBATBA

Each GDAC student must choose one elective course in the Winter term.

**Accounting Elective  **

Finance Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P411Financial Statement Analysis - Strongly Recommended elective for Students pursuing CPAThursday1900-2200
MBAB 5P441Derivative InstrumentsTuesday1400-1700PL 410Welch, R
MBAB 5P451International FinanceThursday1900-2200ST 108Cyr, D
MBAB 5P461Portfolio Management and Alternative InvestmentsTuesday1900-2200ST 108He, Z

Human Resource Management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P521Introduction to Human Resource Management - Restricted to MBA Students until August 8thWWWOn-lineJulien, M
MBAB 5P561Recruitment and SelectionTuesday1200-1500ST108Kanar, A
MBAB 5P551HR Planning and StrategyMonday1900-2200TA 309Bouckenooghe, D

Marketing Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P631International MarketingFriday800-1100TA 207Sun, F
MBAB 5P641Consumer BehaviourThursday1900-2200TA 303Green, T
MBAB 5P651Business-to-Business MarketingTuesday1900-2200TA 303TBA

Business Analytics Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P121Advanced Business AnalyticsFriday1200-1500MCJ 202Ayanso, A
MBAB 5P141System Analysis and Design Wednesday1200-1500PL 410Vachon, F
MBAB 5P151Introduction to Information AssuranceTuesday1000-1300PL 409Herath, T

Operations Management Electives

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomProfessor
MBAB 5P711Project ManagementThursday900-1200WH 8GKlassen, K

Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (GDBA)

All GDBA students are required to register for both the Fall (Sept-Dec) and Winter (Jan-Apr) terms, unless they have received approval from the Goodman School of Business for interruption of their graduate program or have completed their graduate degree requirements. Failure to register will be interpreted as withdrawal from the program.

Part Time Students

Required courses are cycled into the evenings approximately every two years. If you would like assistance in preparing a program plan that helps you meet your goals, please contact Brendan for an appointment.

Not sure what you need to take? 

Please consult the relevant program plan for the specialization you wish to pursue prior to registration.
Once registered, please contact Brendan to ensure your requirements are being met.

Please note that you must register for the listed section only. Other sections of these courses are reserved for students in the MBA (ISP).  All of the courses below are offered in Duration 2 (Fall).

Please note course offerings are subject to change. Please check back often for the most up to date information.

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P015Accounting for Decision Making 1Monday1900-2200TA 207Elayan, F
MBAB 5P025Quantitative AnalysisThursday1000-1300ST 108Cho, D
MBAB 5P035Economic Environment of BusinessFriday800-1100TA 307Makken, R
MBAB 5P045Organizational Behaviour and DesignThursday1400-1700PL409Bouckenooghe, D
MBAB 5P085Financial ManagementThursday1900-2200PL 409Ben Omrane, W

Please note that you must register for the listed section only. Other sections of these courses are reserved for students in the MBA (ISP).  All of the following courses are offered in Duration 3 (Winter).

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P055Marketing ManagementWednesday1900-2200WH 207Dolansky, E
MBAB 5P065Accounting for Decision-Making IIMonday1900-2200TA 405Cook, G
MBAB 5P075Operations ManagementWednesday1300-1600PL 409Yoogalingam, R
MBAB 5P095Management Information SystemsThursday1000-1300PL 410Herath, T
MBAB 5P225Global BusinessTuesday1900-2200TA 207Deng, S

Year 2 Classes

CourseSecTitleDayTime RoomInstructor
MBAB 5P211Business Strategy
Students MUST hold 2.5 credits in order to take this course
Monday`1300-1600TA 307Jiang, M
MBAB 5P231EntrepreneurshipThursday1400-1700TA 207Menzies, T

It is important to remember that Spring is not designed to be a full session for students and as a result course offerings in the Spring are very limited.

CourseSecTitleDayTime Room