Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2006/2007)
6.6 Evaluation
  1. The Faculty Council of the Faculty of Business Administration constitutes the examining body for all examinations in Business courses. In addition, the standing of every student will be assessed by the Committee on Graduate Studies in accordance with the requirements outlined in Clauses 2 through 5 below.

  2. Credit towards the MBA degree will be granted only for those courses which have been approved as constituting part of the student's program of study and in which the candidate has obtained a mark of 65% or higher.

  3. A candidate is required to withdraw from the MBA program if:

    1. a final grade of 'D' or 'F' is obtained in two courses, or

    2. a final grade of 'C' or less is obtained in three courses, or

    3. a final grade of 'C' or less is obtained in a repeated course.

  4. Clause 3. notwithstanding, to remain in the program, a candidate who obtains a final grade of 'C' or less in any course must normally repeat that course when next offered, and is permitted to repeat that course only once.

  5. Clause 3. notwithstanding, in some instances, at the discretion of the course instructor, and with the approval of the associate dean, academic programs, Faculty of Business Administration, a student who has received a grade of 'C' or less in any course may be permitted to complete remedial work and may be re-examined. A student who passes after re-examination will have "passed on the basis of re-examination" recorded on their transcript, and the original grade will remain. A student who receives a grade of 'C' or less after re-examination will be required to withdraw from the program. The original grade will count as part of the total number of final grades of 'C' or less permitted before a student is required to withdraw as specified in 3. above.

    Note:

    The pursuit of remedial work may not be offered more than twice to an individual student.

Courses

The schedule of courses of the curriculum and elective courses are as follows:

Table I - Master of Business Administration Schedule of Courses
  • Term 1
  • 8103 Statistical Applications in Management
  • 8104 Organizations: Behavior and Structure
  • 8106 Marketing
  • 8107 Managing in the Canadian Environment
  • 8108 Economics for Business
  • 8109 Accounting for Management
  • Term 3
  • Five Electives (may include project)
  • Term 2
  • 8205 Information Systems
  • 8206 Managerial Finance
  • 8207 Operations Management
  • 8208 Strategic Management
  • 8209 Management Skills
  • Term 4
  • Four electives (may include project)
Table II - Master of Business Administration Schedule of Courses (students with direct entry to Term 3)
  • Term 3
  • 8107 Managing in the Canadian Environments
  • Four Electives (may include project)
  • Term 4
  • 8208 Strategic Management
  • 8209 Management Skills
  • Three electives (may include project)
Table III - Master of Business Administration Electives - Schedule of MBA Electives
  • 8001-005 Special Topics
  • 8203 Management Science
  • 8204 Human Resource Management
  • 8210 Labour Relations
  • 9001-9019 Special Topics
  • 9020 International Human Resource Management
  • 9021-9050 Special Topics
  • 9102 Management Decision Analysis
  • 9103 Research in Management
  • 9202 Management Problem Solving
  • 9301-03 Research Project (Variable Credit)
  • 9306 International Strategic Management
  • 9307 Management of Not-for-Profit Organizations
  • 9308 New Venture Creation
  • 9309 Marketing Management
  • 9310 Management Science Applications
  • 9311 Seminar in Human Resource Management
  • 9312 Financial Management
  • 9313 Natural Resource Management
  • 9314 Business and Taxation Law
  • 9315 Advanced Accounting
  • 9316 Information Systems Management
  • 9317 Current Topics in Management
  • 9318 Marketing Communications Management
  • 9320 Investments and Portfolio Management
  • 9322 Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation
  • 9323 Financial Forward, Futures, and Options Markets
  • 9324 Women and Men in Organizations
  • 9325 Accessing International Markets
  • 9326 International Finance
  • 9327 Human Issues in International Business
  • 9328 Change Management
  • 9329 Labour Law

Two graduate electives from programs in other Faculties and Schools in the School of Graduate Studies.

Table IV - Master of Business Administration Course Restrictions

Credit may be obtained for only one course from each of the pairs of courses listed in Table IV.

Present Course

Replaces Course

Present Course

Replaces Course

  • 8107
  • 8108
  • 8109
  • 8207
  • 8208
  • 9201
  • 8101 or 8201
  • 8102 or 8202
  • 9319
  • 9101
  • 9321
  • 9324
  • 9325
  • 9326
  • 9327
  • 8210
  • 9004
  • 9005
  • 9010
  • 9007