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Wilfrid Laurier University

PhD & Research-based Masters Programs

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School of Business & Economics - PhD & Research-based Masters Programs

Why Wilfrid Laurier University? Laurier offers a unique graduate experience, including the opportunity to pursue research and scholarly interests in a personalized environment that fosters a high standard of academic excellence.

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Laurier’s close proximity to other universities allows students access to a wide variety of research and scholarly opportunities, including joint programs and combined library resources. One of Canada’s largest business schools, Laurier’s School of Business & Economics was established in 1966 and is home to more than 4,500 students. Based in Waterloo, Ontario, in the middle of Canada’s Technology Triangle, Laurier is conveniently situated in a thriving business community with some of the world’s most successful companies and research institutes. In 2007, Waterloo was voted the “World’s Most Intelligent Community”.

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Driven by research Central to the success of all Laurier programs is the wide-ranging, contemporary, and relevant research conducted by its faculty members. Our faculty is committed to enhancing their capabilities by actively conducting seminal theoretical and empirical research and by providing consultancy services to government institutions and industry. In terms of research output, Laurier School of Business & Economics has been ranked among the top schools both nationally and internationally. Laurier School of Business & Economics is host to several prestigious research chairs/professorships and centres: >> Canada Research Chair (TIER II) in MI & Innovation >> Chair in Brand Communication >> Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) Chair in International Public Policy >> Chair of Insurance >> The Betty & Peter Sims Professor of Entrepreneurship >> Economical Insurance Group Professorship in Finance >> Dobson Professorship in Innovation & Entrepreneurship >> CA/Laurier Centre for the Advancement of Accounting Research and Education >> Centre for Supply Chain Management >> Centre for the Study of Nascent Entrepreneurship and the eXploitation of Technology (NEXT) >> CMA Centre for Business & Sustainability >> Financial Services Research Centre >> Laurier Centre for Economic Research and Policy Analysis (LCERPA) >> Laurier Executive Development Centre >> CMA Centre of Excellence in Management Accounting for SMEs >> Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship

Laurier’s commitment to excellence in strategic business research runs deep. Our seven Laurier School of Business & Economics Research Centres and two Institutes ensure leading-edge research is regularly communicated between researchers and practitioners in their

These extensive resources provide opportunities for well-qualified students to pursue doctoral and masters studies in an intellectually stimulating environment.

respective fields and industries. As a

Outstanding faculty

faculty along with the foundations in

With more than 110 full-time and 65 part-time faculty, Laurier has one of Canada’s largest concentrations of knowledge and experience dedicated to business and economics. Many have a high level of research expertise working in interdisciplinary groups and in their own independent research projects and hold substantial research grants from funding agencies such as Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).

university teaching, the recipients of

AACSB accreditation

problems, and issues facing not just

Laurier School of Business & Economics was one of the first Canadian universities to qualify for AACSB accreditation – an international accreditation representing the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education.

their discipline or profession, but

AACSB International accreditation assures stakeholders that business schools: >> Manage resources to achieve a vibrant and relevant mission >> Advance business and management knowledge through faculty scholarship >> Provide high-caliber teaching of quality and current curricula >> Produce graduates who have achieved specified learning goals

result of close collaboration with the

a Laurier degree are well-prepared to identify, to think critically about, and to contribute to the solving of

society as well.” Dr. Hamid NoorI Director, Laurier EMTM, PhD & Research-Based Masters Programs

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Community atmosphere Laurier’s relatively small size with approximately 1,500 graduate students and 13,000 undergraduate students, allows close interaction between faculty and students and a more personal atmosphere than might be found at many larger institutions.

Learning environment All graduate students are provided with private work space. First-class computing facilities are available through a voluntary student-funded organization in the School of Business & Economics. All labs are networked and equipped with a range of the latest computing technologies, course and research related software, as well as T1 Internet access.

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Our PhD in Management program is designed to develop students’ skills in research with both theoretical and practical understanding of the complex problems of business management. Our doctoral program provides excellent preparation for academic, professional and research careers. Our graduates have been highly successful in obtaining careers in academia as well as various industry positions. A typical timeline of completion for PhD in Management programs Our program is structured to be a four year program. In the first two years, students complete required courses and are also expected to take several special topics/directed readings courses. These courses are based on the interests of the students and the expertise of faculty members. Comprehensive exams are typically completed at the end of the second year. In order to develop and refine their research skills, students are expected to engage in research throughout the program.

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SSHRC Recipient

David Whiteside A PhD candidate in the OB/HRM field, David was recently

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In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Graduate Scholarship by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). SSHRC promotes and supports innovation and collaboration in Canadian research.

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Accounting The Accounting area at Wilfrid Laurier University is one of the largest in Canada, with 34 faculty and lecturers delivering programming at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Dr. Bruce McConomy Professor, Accounting & Director: CA/Laurier Centre for the Advancement of Accounting Research & Education

Program highlights Laurier’s PhD in Management - Accounting specializes in either financial or management accounting. Our program provides a breadth of knowledge in accounting theory and research methodologies, and training in both basic and advanced accounting research, to develop analytical and interpretive skills as well as intellectual independence.

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Program overview Students in our program work toward a thesis through a combination of formal course work, seminars, independent research, teaching and research assistantships. Students have the opportunity to focus their learning and research in one of two areas of specialization using behavioural or archival research methods: Management Accounting or Financial Accounting. Graduates will have acquired autonomy in conducting original research, preparing scholarly publications, communicating their new knowledge, and working independently and ethically in an advanced research program. Our program requires two years of course work (twelve courses) followed by a comprehensive examination and doctoral dissertation.

Course Sampling Course Sampling for both specializations

BU899: Doctoral Dissertation

BU800: Fundamentals of Behavioural Research

EC620: Microeconomics

Course Sampling Empirical Financial Accounting

BU804: Organizational Behaviour

BU801: Management Foundations

Concentration

PS800: Advanced Multivariate Methods

BU817: Survey of Accounting Research

BU849: Advanced Empirical Research Methods

BU857: Seminar in Behavioural Research in Accounting

BU802: Research Methodology

BU847: Seminar in Archival Research in Accounting

BU818: Qualitative Research Process

BU827: Seminar in Financial Accounting

BU823: Seminar in Financial Economics

PS670: Seminar in Social Psychology

BU837: Seminar in Management Accounting

Course Sampling Behavioural Management Accounting

BU891: Comprehensive Exam

Concentration

Foundations in University Teaching

BU700: Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Research Members of the accounting area are actively involved in high quality research in areas including empirical financial accounting, management control, behavioural accounting, corporate governance and corporate disclosure. The faculty are committed to publishing their research in the highest quality peer-reviewed accounting journals. In 2003, the Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship was designated as a CMA Canada Centre of Excellence in Management Accounting for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. It is one of only three CMA Centres of Excellence in Canada. This initiative is aimed at expanding the boundaries of management accounting and enhancing the competitiveness of Canadian small businesses. The CA/Laurier Centre for the Advancement of Accounting Research and Education promotes excellence in research and teaching, and encourages knowledge development in accounting education and practice. Its vision is to enhance the scholarly activities of accounting-related faculty and to foster the development of the highest quality accounting graduates.

Chartered Accountants of Ontario Scholarship

In 2011, Laurier has seen an increase in additional funding for graduate students. The Chartered Accountants of Ontario has committed $200,000 in scholarships to support Laurier PhD Accounting students.

Sample of our faculty Bruce McConomy, PhD (Queen’s University) Director, CA/Laurier Centre for the Advancement of Accounting Research & Education

Research interests: Financial accounting, earnings forecasts, voluntary disclosure and environmental

accounting Email: bmcconom@wlu.ca

Flora Niu, PhD (University of Waterloo) Research interests: Capital markets research related to financial reporting and disclosure issues,

empirical research regarding accounting for financial instruments, and empirical corporate finance Email: fniu@wlu.ca

Tao Zeng, PhD (Queen’s University) Research interests: Individual and corporate taxation, financial accounting, and international accounting Email: tzeng@wlu.ca School of Business & Economics 7


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Financial Economics The Laurier School of Business & Economics has many highly acclaimed areas including a Finance area that is ranked second by the Journal of Finance (’95) and Financial Management (’02) among Canadian universities for faculty research productivity.

Majid Shahrokh, PhD Candidate, Financial Economics

Program highlights The PhD in Management – Financial Economics covers all the major areas in finance. Building on financial economics theory, students undertake research in four key areas of financial management:

>> financial markets >> corporate finance and governance >> options and futures >> market microstructure

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Program overview Our program requires at least two years of course work. Within the first year, students take a maximum of eight course offerings as prerequisites for their second year PhD seminar courses. Students benefit from close relationships with high-calibre faculty and will develop both extensive finance knowledge as well as excellent quantitative research skills.

Course Sampling EC620: Microeconomics

BU823: Seminar in Financial Economics

EC640: Macroeconomics

BU743: Market Microstructure, Trading and Investment Strategies

EC655: Econometrics

BU753: Empirical Studies in Fixed Income

BU843: Seminar in Advanced Financial Econometrics

BU813: Empirical Studies in Derivatives

BU802: Research Methodology

BU703: Seminar in Corporate Finance

BU803: Theory of Asset Pricing

BU891: Comprehensive Exam Foundations in University Teaching

BU807: Accounting for Securities

BU899: Doctoral Dissertation

BU833: Empirical Asset Pricing

In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Sample of our faculty Ben Amoako-Adu, PhD (University of Toronto) The Economical Insurance Group Professor of Finance Research Interests: Investments, financial institutions, corporate finance, corporate governance, takeovers, dual class shares, taxation, and asset prices Email: bamoakoadu@wlu.ca

Phelim Boyle, PhD (Trinity College, Dublin) Research interests: Options and contingent claims, asset pricing, insurances, and actuarial science Email: pboyle@wlu.ca

Brian Smith, PhD (University of Western Ontario) Finance Area Coordinator Research interests: Corporate finance and market microstructure Email: bsmith@wlu.ca

Madhu Kalimipalli, PhD (University of Houston)

Recent Dissertation completion

Vishaal Baulkaran ‘11 Vishaal’s dissertation investigates the discount of dual class firms compared to single class closely-

Director, Financial Services Research Centre

held companies and the channels of

Research interests: Risk-management, derivatives, market microstructure, and bond markets Email: mkalimipalli@wlu.ca

wealth expropriation. Using agency

Subhankar Nayak, PhD (Yale University) Research interests: Asset pricing, corporate finance, financial institutions, fixed income securities,

theory, he examines the relationship between concentrated control

information economics, international finance, and risk management Email: snayak@wlu.ca

and dividend payout policy. He

Si Li, PhD (Duke University)

concentrated ownership and control

Research interests: Empirical corporate finance, corporate misreporting, corporate fraud, financial restatement, debt, incentives, investments, and insurance regulation Email: sli@wlu.ca

Andriy Shkilko, PhD (University of Mississippi) Research interests: Corporate finance, financial institutions, market structure, securities trading, short selling, and regulation Email: ashkilko@wlu.ca

investigates the effects of different

on managerial entrenchment. Upon gradutation, Vishaal was hired as an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Lethbridge.

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Marketing Laurier’s Marketing area is made up of an international team of award-winning researchers and educators. Working in some of the most current areas in marketing, we maintain strong industry relationships to ensure practical application of knowledge.

Dr. Kalyani Menon, Associate Professor, Marketing

Program highlights Our PhD in Management - Marketing centres on theory development, empirical analysis, and development of managerial knowledge. It builds on core theory from marketing and other disciplines to focus on two important areas in contemporary marketing: service & relationship marketing, and branding/brand communication. Our program is more general than specialist in nature, at the same time giving students the opportunity to focus their learning and research in areas that reflect strengths of Laurier’s Marketing faculty and the demands of Canada’s business community.

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Program overview In addition to the core PhD courses in management theory and methodology, students will participate in seminar courses in marketing philosophy and theory, marketing strategy and consumer behaviour. Specialized seminars include service and relationship marketing and branding/brand communications. In addition, special topics/directed readings courses will be based on the research interests of students and the expertise of faculty members.

Course Sampling BU700: Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

BU842: Consumer Behaviour

Seminars in Marketing

BU800: Fundamentals of Behavioural Research

BU802: Research Methodology

Electives from outside the area

BU812: Marketing Philosophy & Theory

PS800: Advanced Multivariate Methods

BU891: Comprehensive Exam

BU822: Marketing Strategy

BU852: Service and Relationship Marketing

Foundations in University Teaching

BU801: Management Foundations

BU872: Special Topics in Marketing

BU899: Doctoral Dissertation

BU818: Qualitative Research Process

BU862: Brand & Brand Communication

In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Research Marketing faculty members are active scholars publishing in the leading marketing journals. They are also journal editors, conference chairs and recipients of large-scale funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Most take a cross-disciplinary perspective to research, integrating their marketing knowledge with insights from psychology, sociology, international business, information systems, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Sample of our faculty Nicole Coviello, PhD (University of Auckland, New Zealand)

Trillium scholarship information

Laurier has awarded an incoming PhD in Marketing student an

Betty & Peter Sims Professor of Entrepreneurship

Ontario Trillium Scholarship, funded

Research interests: Network and resource dynamics, marketing in new and young ventures, new

jointly by the Province of Ontario

product development, and international entrepreneurship Email: ncoviello@wlu.ca

and the university. This scholarship

Kalyani Menon, PhD (McGill University) Research interests: Consumer emotions, consumer commitment, consumer power, consumer-

service provider interactions, and service marketing

is valued at $40,000/year for four years. Laurier awards only two such scholarships each year.

Email: kmenon@wlu.ca

Chatura Ranaweera, PhD (Cambridge University) Marketing Area Coordinator Research interests: Word of mouth/word of mouse, service marketing, service bundling, marketing productivity, and the impact of technology on customer relationships Email: cranaweera@wlu.ca

Tripat Gill (McGill University) CRC (TIER II) IN MI & INNOVATION Research interests: Consumer adoption of new products/innovations, high-technology marketing,

brand management, and evolutionary psychology Email: tgill@wlu.ca

Fang Wang, PhD (McMaster University) Research interests: Brand equity assessment, marketing data mining/analysis, long-term marketing

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Operations & Supply Chain Management As one of the first universities in Canada to offer supply chain management education at Bachelor, Masters and PhD levels, Laurier has attracted the largest pool of expertise in operations and supply chain management among Canadian universities.

Adrian Tan, PhD Candidate, Operations & Supply Chain Management

Program highlights Supply Chain Management (SCM) has played a dominant role in the success of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, as well as in service and manufacturing organizations. Though many universities offer subjects such as transportation management, logistics, and purchasing (which arguably are the pillars of SCM) there is scarcity of comprehensive programs in SCM. Our program is unique and all-inclusive, drawing not only on these pillars of SCM, but also on the strength of operations, decision sciences, marketing, economics and other areas within the School of Business & Economics.

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Program overview Laurier’s program established its research foundation through an intensive coordinated offering of course work over a two-year period. The courses will expose students to the core elements of the diverse issues in operations and SCM and prepare them to undertake their individual research. Our program requires at least two years of course work. Within the first year, students take a maximum of eight course offerings as prerequisites for their second year PhD seminar courses.

Course Sampling BU700: Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

BU815: Stochastic Quantitative Analysis

BU891: Comprehensive Exam

BU800: Fundamentals of Behavioural Research

BU859: Foundations of Operations Management

Foundations in University Teaching

EC620: Microeconomics

BU802: Research Methodology

BU899: Doctoral Dissertation

BU805: Deterministic Quantitative Analysis

BU825: Foundations of Supply Chain Management

BU801: Management Foundations

3 Electives from Supply Chain or Methods listing

In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Research Members of this area are actively involved in research in areas including game theory, inventory and production control, manufacturing and service operations and logistics, empirical research on the impact of manufacturing strategy decisions on firm performance, network manufacturing, sustainable supply chain management, management of innovation and technological change and risk management. The faculty is committed to high-quality research and its timely dissemination in the top peer-reviewed journals. The Center for Supply Chain Management is closely affiliated with the PhD program and provides students with opportunities to connect with industry and its experts. An endowment by OIPMAC provides academic achievement scholarships to the top doctoral students.

Sample of our faculty Kevin Hendricks, PhD (Cornell University)

Recent Dissertation completion

Hamidreza Faramarzi ‘11 Hamidreza’s dissertation relates to sustainable

Research interests: Supply chain management, manufacturing planning and control systems, information

operations and

technology, software development, and empirical research on the impact of manufacturing strategy decisions such as capacity expansion, product development, and total quality management on firm performance Email: khendricks@wlu.ca

closed-loop supply

Michael Haughton, PhD (Pennsylvania State University)

chain management. He investigates the optimal structural and pricing

Director, centre for supply chain management

decisions in hybrid manufacturing/

Research interests: Management of logistics, transportation, and supply chain operations in contexts

remanufacturing environments,

such as vehicle routing/dispatch and trans-national trade Email: mhaughton@wlu.ca Hamid Noori, PhD (University Western Ontario)

with vertically differentiated new and remanufactured products.

Chair Professor and Director, Laurier EMTM, & Research-Based Programs

He examines the impact of the

Research interests: Management of innovation, technology transfer and commercialization, network

consumers’ perception of the

manufacturing and integrated supply chain, and fast cycle product/service design Email: hnoori@wlu.ca Ignacio Castillo, PhD (Texas A&M University) ODS Area Coordinator

remanufactured products, the quality of returns and some other factors on the optimal solutions.

Research interests: Facility location, facility layout and material handling systems, manufacturing,

service operations, logistics, and operations management applications in health care Email: icastillo@wlu.ca

Xuan Zhao, PhD (The University of British Columbia) Research interests: Supply chain competition, coordination/contracting, and inventory/transshipment decision-making Email: xzhao@wlu.ca

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Organizational Behaviour & Human Resource Management The Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management (OB/HRM) area constitutes one of the largest and most productive groups of scholars in Canada, focusing on the field of workplace behaviour.

Dr. Simon Taggar, Professor, OB/HRM

This faculty area is well known for leading research in a wide range of topics including employee selection, group processes, leadership, organizational justice, personality, performance management, power/status, and psychological contracts.

Program highlights The PhD in Management - Organizational Behaviour & Human Resource Management is a research-based program aimed at developing students into researchers and academics. The program focuses on individual and group behaviour as it relates to workplace effectiveness.

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Program overview The PhD program in OB/HRM is structured to be completed in four years. Typically, students take courses in their first two years and complete their comprehensive exams at the end of the second year. In the third and fourth years of the program, students focus on proposing/ completing their dissertation. Students are expected to engage in research throughout the program. Students admitted into the PhD program from the Laurier MSc in Management will be exempt from some courses already completed at the masters level.

Course Sampling BU700: Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

BU814: Human Resource Management

BU800: Fundamentals of Behavioural Research

BU802: Research Methodology

BU828: Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour/ Human Resource Management II

Seminars in OB or HRM

PS800: Advanced Multivariate Methods

BU891: Comprehensive Exam

BU801: Management Foundations

BU818: Qualitative Research Process

Foundations in University Teaching

BU804: Organizational Behaviour

BU824: Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour/ Human Resource Management I

BU899: Doctoral Dissertation

In the seventh term (year 3) of registration, students are required to prepare and orally defend a dissertation proposal. The proposal must be successfully defended prior to commencing the doctoral dissertation.

Research Our OB/HRM area has a strong research culture, with numerous opportunities for students to gain research experience as well as network within the academic community. Our faculty publish in top-tier journals and are highly involved in the leading conferences in the field (e.g., Academy of Management). The faculty are committed to working closely with our students and providing them with one-on-one mentoring. Students are also exposed to leading, international scholars through seminar series, brown bag luncheons, and opportunities to attend international conferences.

Sample of our faculty Greg Irving, PhD (University of Western Ontario) OB/HRM Area Coordinator Research interests: Psychological contracts, work attitudes, organizational socialization, and

organizational justice Email: girving@wlu.ca

Simon Taggar, PhD (McMaster University) Research interests: Group processes, group leadership, and aligning HR with strategy to predict

firm performance Email: staggar@wlu.ca

Recent Dissertation completion

Joel Marcus ‘10 Joel’s dissertation research explores the relationship between human values and the propensity to engage in different types of corporate action along economic, social, and environmental

Lisa Keeping, PhD (University of Akron)

dimensions. This work advances

Research interests: Examining the roles of intentional rating distortion, employee reactions within

the existing literature in a number

a performance management context, and leadership Email: lkeeping@wlu.ca

of ways including the construct

Chet Robie, PhD (Bowling Green State University) Research interests: Personality assessment in organizations and psychometrics Email: crobie@wlu.ca

development and validation of a measure of ‘corporate actions propensity,’ and the use of policy-

Laurie Barclay, PhD (University of British Columbia)

capturing as a method to measure

Research interests: Organizational justice, emotions in the workplace, and workplace aggression Email: lbarclay@wlu.ca

individuals’ intrinsic values.

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Dr. Lisa Keeping, Associate Professor, OB/HRM


Laurier School of Business & Economics

Research-based Masters programs Laurier School of Business & Economics offers three separate research-based masters programs: Master of Finance (MFin.), Master of Science in Management (MSc.), and Master of Arts in Business Economics (MABE). The MSc. in Management consists of three fields: Organizational Behaviour / Human Resource Management (OB/HRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Technology Management (EMTM). A typical timeline of completion for MSc. (excluding EMTM) and MABE without co-op FALL WINTER SPRING FALLTERM TERM WINTERTERM TERM SPRINGTERM TERM 3-4 courses FALL TERM 3-4 courses

33 courses WINTER TERM courses

Major Paper ** && 11 course SPRING TERM Major Research Research Paper course

3-4 courses

ONE 3YEAR courses YEAR ONE

Major Research Paper * & 1 course

Sample of Faculty roles on international Publications

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The Financial Review A typical timeline of completion for MFin. FALL FALLTERM TERM

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44 courses courses

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4 courses

5YEAR courses YEARONE ONE

55 courses courses

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••Co-op placement Co-op placement SPRING TERM ••May Maywrite writeCFA CFA Level exam • Co-op LevelIIplacement exam(June) (June) • May write CFA Level I exam (June)

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Co-op Co-opplacement placement Co-op placement

YEAR ONE

In the fall of 2010, Dr. Brian Smith, WINTER WINTERTERM TERM

••44courses courses WINTER TERM ••May Maywrite writeCFA CFA IIIIexam • 4Level courses Level exam(June) (June) • May writeTWO CFA YEAR YEARTWO Level II exam (June)

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finance area coordinator, was

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named an associate editor of The

Financial Review. The Financial Review is published by Wiley-

YEAR TWO

Blackwell and presents international

A typical timeline of completion for MABE with co-op FALL FALLTERM TERM

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33 courses courses

WINTER TERM

33 courses courses

3 courses

3YEAR courses YEARONE ONE YEAR ONE

SPRING SPRINGTERM TERM

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Co-op Co-opplacement placement

SPRING TERM

Co-op Co-opplacement placement

Co-op placement

Co-op placement

FALL TERM

WINTER WINTERTERM TERM

•• Major Research Major Research WINTER TERM Paper Paper ** •• 1 Major Research 1 course course Paper * YEAR YEARTWO TWO • 1 course

research that provides new insights SPRING SPRINGTERM TERM

into all areas of financial economics.

SPRING TERM

YEAR TWO

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Research-based Masters

Master of Finance (with Co-op) Wilfrid Laurier University is ranked as one of the top two schools in Canada in terms of finance research productivity and is a leader in co-operative business education, offering Canada’s largest co-op business degree program. Based on these strengths, a Master of Finance (MFin.) degree program took shape.

Dr. Brian Smith, Professor and Area Coordinator, Finance

Program highlights A Laurier MFin. graduate has several interesting and financially rewarding career options in finance. Our program opens doors to co-op and permanent positions as investment analysts at leading financial institutions such as:

>> Scotia Capital >> TD Securities

>> RBC Capital Markets >> BMO Capital Markets

Employers recruiting for permanent positions are looking for candidates with the practical experience and technical ability that our graduates gain through their co-op work terms. The CFAÂŽ is a globally recognized finance professional designation and this program will provide students an opportunity to prepare and write Chartered Financial Analyst (CFAÂŽ) Levels I and II exams. 18

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Program overview Our MFin. program is a 20-month full-time program which includes two four-month cooperative study work terms with firms in the financial services industry. The co-op work terms may be taken in either terms two and four or in terms three and four. Each term, co-op students are placed in positions in investment banking, equity research, institutional sales and trading, and in mutual and pensions funds. Students typically earn between $12,000 and $17,000 in each of their two work terms. The program also develops students’ research skills in the use of econometrics and financial databases and exposes students to active practitioner presentations and seminars. In preparation for the research paper, which serves as the capstone of the program, the MFin. student will complete courses in Econometrics and Accounting, in addition to content-based courses in Finance.

Course Sampling BU613: Entrepreneurial Finance

BU623: Financial Derivatives

BU763: Econometrics for Finance

BU673: Investment Management

BU633: Management of Financial Institutions

BU723: Advanced Investment Management

BU807: Accounting for Securities

BU643: International Financial Management

BU802: Research Methodology

BU703: Financial Economics

BU653: Short-Term Financial Management

MS603: Research Paper

BU713: Fixed Income Analysis

BU663: Advanced Corporate Finance

Sample of our faculty Brian Smith, PhD (University of Western Ontario) Finance Area Coordinator Research interests: Corporate finance, and market microstructure Email: bsmith@wlu.ca

Who should apply?

William McNally, PhD (University of Toronto)

The Laurier Master of Finance

Research interests: Corporate finance, particularly in issues relating to information economics such

program is targeted at students

as the signaling role of stock repurchases Email: wmcnally@wlu.ca Peter Carayannopoulos, PhD (York University)

who want to pursue a career in finance in positions that demand

Associate, Dean of Business: Faculty Development & Research

extensive knowledge of finance

Research interests: Corporate finance, investments, fixed income, derivatives, and financial

and excellent quantitative research

risk management Email: pcarayanno@wlu.ca Mary Kelly, PhD (University of British Columbia)

skills. Our graduate is equipped to conduct empirical research in

Chair in Insurance and Associate Professor (Finance)

equities, fixed incomes, derivative

Research interests: Automobile insurance, the distribution of personal insurance, capital holdings

products, corporate finance and

of property/liability insurers, elderly drivers and road safety, and the use of mitigation in earthquake insurance Email: mkelly@wlu.ca

portfolio management. Positions in finance that require this depth

Fabricio Perez, PhD (Arizona State University)

of analytical skills are found in

Research interests: Econometric theory and financial econometrics with focus in asset

investment banks, pension funds,

pricing models Email: mperez@wlu.ca Ning (Tony) Tang, PhD (University of Hawaii)

insurance companies and financial services consulting firms.

Research interests: Market microstructure, corporate finance, financial markets and institutions, investments, and behavioural finance Email: ntang@wlu.ca

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Master of Science in Management

Organizational Behaviour / Human Resource Management (OB/HRM) Focusing on the field of workplace behaviour, this group is well know for leading-edge research and the ability to create new management practices in fields from creativity to leadership.

Jaclyn Blacklock, ‘09 and Pak Hong Wong, ‘09, MSc. candidates, OB\HRM

Program highlights The Master of Science in Management (MSc.) program with a concentration in Organizational Behaviour / Human Resource Management (OB/HRM) provides students with a firm grounding in research methods, design, and quantitative analysis, as well as introducing students to theory and research in the broad areas of OB/HRM. All students entering our program receive two teaching assistantship paid positions and a monetary entrance scholarship.

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Program overview Our program is 12 months, completed full-time over three terms beginning each Fall term. Upon degree completion, students may wish to apply to the PhD in Management Program, with a concentration in the OB/HRM field. In preparation for the major research paper, which serves as the capstone of the program, the MSc. candidate will complete courses and seminars in research methods and statistics, in addition to content-based courses in OB/HRM.

Students admitted into the Laurier PhD program from the Laurier MSc. in Management will be exempt from some courses completed at the master’s level.

Course Sampling BU700: Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

BU814: Human Resource Management

BU800: Fundamentals of Behavioural Research

BU824: Special Topics in Organizational Behaviour/

BU804: Organizational Behaviour

Human Resource Management I

MS604: Major Research Paper

Sample of our faculty Greg Irving, PhD (University of Western Ontario) OB/HRM Area Coordinator Research interests: Psychological contracts, work attitudes, organizational socialization, and

organizational justice Email: girving@wlu.ca Simon Taggar, PhD (McMaster University) Research interests: Group processes, group leadership, and aligning HR with strategy to predict

firm performance Email: staggar@wlu.ca

Who should apply? The Laurier MSc. in OB/HRM is designed to prepare students to pursue a doctoral degree (PhD)

Lisa Keeping, PhD (University of Akron)

with the ultimate goal of a career

Research interests: Examining the roles of intentional rating distortion, employee reactions within

in either academia or industry.

a performance management context, and leadership Email: lkeeping@wlu.ca

Graduates receive specialized

Chet Robie, PhD (Bowling Green State University)

training in organizational behaviour

OB/HRM Field Coordinator

and human resource management

Research interests: Personality assessment in organizations and psychometrics Email: crobie@wlu.ca

that provides solid preparation

Laurie Barclay, PhD (University of British Columbia)

jobs such as Research Analyst or

Research interests: Organizational justice, emotions in the workplace, and workplace aggression Email: lbarclay@wlu.ca

Consultant. This is accomplished

Amy Christie, PhD (Queen’s University) Research interests: Status, power, leadership/followership, employee well-being, and intra-

individual change Email: achristie@wlu.ca

for further graduate studies or for

through a rigorous research-based approach to OB/HRM that includes statistical and methodological training along with a sound knowledge of current theory and practice.

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Master of Science in Management

Supply Chain Management Our Master of Science in Management (MSc.): Supply Chain Management (SCM) students benefit from the expertise of one of the largest groups of professors in supply chain management or Operations & Decision Sciences in Canada and from its association with the Laurier School of Business & Economics’ Centre for Supply Chain Management.

Maryam Hafezi, PhD Candidate, Operations and Supply Chain Management

Program highlights Students gain a competitive advantage in the job market with a carefully designed curriculum to provide a sound knowledge of the theory and practice of SCM, with a research-based focus. All students entering this program receive two teaching assistantship paid positions and a monetary entrance scholarship.

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Program overview Students complete a three-term (one-year) program of study covering seven required courses, two elective courses, and a major research paper. In preparation for the major research paper, which serves as the capstone of the program, the MSc. candidate will complete courses and seminars in research methods and statistics, in addition to content-based courses in supply chain management.

Students admitted into the Laurier PhD program from the Laurier MSc. in Management will be exempt from some courses completed at the masters level.

Course Sampling BU700: Univariate and Multivariate Statistics

BU715: Simulation and Information Technology Topics

BU805: Deterministic Quantitative Analysis

BU845: Seminar in Facilities and Transportation

Existing MBA/MABE electives or those offered outside the School of Business & Economics

BU825: Foundations of Supply Chain Management

BU855: Seminar in Inventory and Procurement

MS605: Major Research Paper

EC620: Microeconomics

Sample of our faculty Ignacio Castillo, PhD (Texas A&M University) Operations & Decision Sciences Area Coordinator Research interests: Facility location, facility layout and material handling systems, manufacturing,

service operations, logistics, and operations management applications in health care Email: icastillo@wlu.ca

Kevin Hendricks, PhD (Cornell University) Research interests: Supply chain management, manufacturing planning and control systems, information technology, software development, and empirical research on the impact of manufacturing strategy decisions such as capacity expansion, product development, and total quality management on firm performance Email: khendricks@wlu.ca

Who should apply? This masters program is ideally suited for students interested in careers requiring in-depth understanding of supply chains. The program will give the preparation needed to successfully

Hamid Noori, PhD (University Western Ontario)

compete for admission to a doctoral

Chair Professor and Director, Laurier EMTM, & Research-Based Programs

program for students considering

Research interests: Management of innovation, technology transfer and commercialization, network

manufacturing and integrated supply chain, and fast cycle product/service design Email: hnoori@wlu.ca Michael Haughton, PhD (Pennsylvania State University) Director, Centre for Supply Chain Management Research interests: Management of logistics, transportation, and supply chain operations in

contexts such as vehicle routing/dispatch and trans-national trade Email: mhaughton@wlu.ca

Mitali De, PhD (University of Waterloo) Research interests: Decision theory, operations management, game theory

and statistics Email: mde@wlu.ca

furthering their education. Careers in supply chain management involve using rigorous analytical and decision-making skills and techniques to help organizations design and coordinate the flow of goods and information through supply chains. Career opportunities include job functions such as analyst, consultant,

Sapna Isotupa, PhD (Indian Institute of Technology)

systems designer, demand/supply

Research interests: Mathematical modeling of stochastic systems, service systems, and

planner, transportation systems

inventory systems Email: sisotupa@wlu.ca

analyst, strategic procurement specialist, and technology analyst.

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Master of Arts

Master of Arts in Business Economics (MABE) The Laurier School of Business & Economics has offered a Master of Arts in Business Economics since 1992. MABE students learn to apply economic principles to business problems, strategic planning, international trade and finance and study the issues that arise in macroeconomic policy making.

Dr. Steffen Ziss, Chair, Department of Economics & Associate Professor

Program highlights A major strength of the program is that it combines a focus on business economics with training in economic theory, quantitative methods and applied research. The MABE program is available through both a “regular” and a “cooperative education” stream. Students who are not in the co-operative education program complete the program in 12 months studying for three consecutive terms. All students entering this program receive two teaching assistantship paid positions and a monetary entrance scholarship.

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Program overview The curriculum includes the preparation, conduct and presentation of empirical research, the development of computing skills, and the development of excellent written and oral communication skills. In their final term, students write a major research paper with one-onone supervision by a faculty member. Each student must complete the equivalent of nine one-term courses. The required courses provide students with advanced knowledge in economic theory, applied economic analysis and quantitative methods. Courses are also designed to ensure that all students have a similar graduate experience, and achieve a comprehensive knowledge of their field, thus fulfilling the university’s comprehensive requirement for MA candidates. Students are also permitted to enroll in up to three Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses as electives within the program and one course in Master in International Public Policy (MIPP). The multi-disciplinary nature of the program is facilitated by the Departments of Economics and Business Administration being located within the same faculty and by some Economics professors teaching in the MIPP program. This administrative arrangement encourages and fosters multi-disciplinary teaching and research and greatly enhances the readiness of our students for careers as professional economists in the private and public sectors.

Course Sampling EC620: Microeconomics

EC665: Econometrics

3 Elective courses

EC640: Macroeconomics

EC655: Forecasting

EC681: Major Research Paper and Seminar

Sample of our faculty Maria Gallego, PhD (University of Toronto) Director, MABE Program Research interests: Public economics, intergovernmental federalism, microeconomic foundations

of macroeconomic policy modeling, game theory, political economy and bargaining theory Email: mgallego@wlu.ca

David Johnson, PhD (Harvard University) Research interests: Economics of education and macroeconomics Email: djohnson@wlu.ca

William Morrison, PhD (Simon Fraser University) Director, Laurier Centre for Economic Research & Policy Analysis (LCERPA) Research interests: Microeconomics and industrial organization Email: wmorrison@wlu.ca

Tracy Snoddon, PhD (University of Alberta) Research interests: Public finance, equalization, Canadian environmental policy and Kyoto Email: tsnoddon@wlu.ca

Steffen Ziss, PhD (Queen’s University) Chair, Department of Economics Research interests: Mergers and managerial compensation in oligopoly Email: sziss@wlu.ca

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Master of Arts - continued Who should apply? The MABE degree is especially attractive to those wishing to prepare themselves for careers as professional economists in either the private or public sector. Graduates of our program have pursued successful careers in economic policy analysis, economic forecasting, industry and market studies, financial markets and institutions, strategic planning and public policy. Recent graduates have been employed by: >> Bank of Canada >> Bank of Montreal >> Deloitte & Touche >> Dun & Bradstreet >> Federal Express >> Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities >> Ministry of Finance >> PricewaterhouseCoopers >> TD Bank Financial Group

The Department of Economics is located in the Laurier School of Business & Economics (SBE). Our Master of Arts in Business Economics (MABE) program allows students to take a multi-disciplinary approach to studying economics

The MABE program enjoys a strong reputation. Due to the positive impression made by our MABE graduates, some companies have hired graduates from subsequent years.

by taking courses from the Master

MABE co-operative education

as well as courses in the Master in

The co-operative education component includes two terms of classes followed by either a four month or eight month work term. The length of the work experience depends on student preferences and the availability of suitable employment. After finishing their co-op term(s), students return to do their final term on campus. Students in the MABE program who wish to pursue the co-op option must indicate this at the time of application to the program. MABE co-op is a limited-enrolment program, and admission is competitive. Offers of admission to the co-op option will be made in conjunction with offers of admission to the MABE program. The co-op work term provides students with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom, to acquire new insights and to enhance their employment prospects. Participants may also use their work-term experience to identify and design an applied research project that will form the basis of their major research paper. Recent employers of MABE co-op students include: >> Deutsche Bank Canada >> Gluskin Sheff + Associates >> Hydro One >> Industry Canada >> Maersk >> Ministry of Economic Development & Trade >> Ontario Finance Authority >> Ontario Pharmacists’ Association >> Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan >> Research In Motion >> TD Securities >> Unilever >> Validus Research Our graduates have been highly successful in obtaining full-time careers following their work-term.

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of Business Administration (MBA)

International Public Policy (MIPP). This multi-disciplinary approach to teaching and learning enhances the readiness of our students for careers as professional economists in the private and public sectors.”

Dr. Maria Gallego Director, Master of Arts in Business Economics (MABE) Associate Professor, Economics


Master of Science in Management

Executive Masters in Technology Management (EMTM) Laurier’s EMTM builds on real-life case studies and participating executives receive close attention from faculty intent on maximizing learning opportunities that can make a tangible difference.

Encouraged by the atmosphere of open communication and collaboration, students in our program enjoy a stimulating exchange of ideas with faculty and peers that extends learning beyond the classroom. An action-oriented approach addresses the conditions and challenges our students face — the true measure of the program’s effectiveness is how well the students can apply solutions to their own work environment.

Timeline of completion for the Laurier EMTM Our EMTM degree can be completed in 11 months with classes meeting on alternate weekends (Fri/Sat), in Waterloo. Courses are spread across the academic year or three terms. MODULE 1

MODULE 2

3 courses

MODULE 3

Major Research Paper & 2 courses 4 courses 11 MONTHS

** A more detailed schedule is available at www.laurieremtm.ca


Program overview In addition to the core courses, our program covers a variety of technology topics such as breakthrough product development strategy, technology project management, and sustainability & corporate governance which together provide the skills required in managing technology-based companies. As a capstone of the program, participants will be required to complete a major research paper (MRP) pertaining to the company of their choice.

Course Sampling TM701: Strategic Management and Technology

TM704: Designing and Leading the Innovative

TM707: Measurements, Analysis and Control

TM702: Commercialization and Marketing

Organization

TM715: Technology Assessment and Roadmapping

Technological Innovations

TM705: Technology, Design and Innovation

TM725: Advanced Topics in Technology and Innovation

TM703: Finance for Technology Firms

TM706: Economics, Technology and Intellectual Capital

TM789: Major Research Paper (MRP)

Program highlights – A Canadian first Laurier’s EMTM program aims to create a more global and engaging experience. It allows for flexibility to work on related projects outside the classroom as well as using the face-to-face meeting times to discuss practical issues of importance, relevant to students’ professional responsibilities.

Who should apply?

Our one-of-a-kind Canadian program is built on our strategic choice to remain small and to provide more engaging learning environments through our intimate seminars. Laurier’s EMTM combines the power of team-based learning and a flexible blend of teaching styles with an unmatched ability to personalize the participants’ learning around their strengths and aspirations.

We believe that innovation is necessary

Sample of our faculty

For technology-driven businesses,

in every aspect of business.

Kevin Hendricks, PhD (Cornell University) Research interests: Supply chain management, manufacturing planning and control systems, information technology, software development, and empirical research on the impact of manufacturing strategy decisions such as capacity expansion, product development, and total quality management on firm performance Email: khendricks@wlu.ca

intense competition and global

Hugh Munro, PhD (University of Western Ontario)

address the overlapping disciplines

Director, Laurier Masters of Business Administration Research interests: International marketing strategy, new product development and service delivery

markets demand that the most recent innovations move quickly to worldwide use. Laurier’s EMTM will specifically

of business and technology. It will

systems Email: hmunro@wlu.ca

emphasize high-level executive training

Brian Smith, PhD (University of Western Ontario)

to manage both technology and the

Finance Area Coordinator

process of innovation in a high-speed,

Research interests: Corporate finance, and market microstructure Email: bsmith@wlu.ca

high-cost, high-risk global environment.

William Morrison, PhD (Simon Fraser University)

and is designed to prepare leaders

The Laurier EMTM program is

Director, Laurier Centre for Economic Research & Policy Analysis (LCERPA)

designed for accomplished executives

Research interests: Microeconomics and industrial organization Email: wmorrison@wlu.ca

and senior managers in technology-

Kim Morouney, PhD (University of Alberta)

of experience. Business unit leaders,

Associate Dean of Business: Academic Programs Research interests: Language analysis software, language and cognition, voice of the customer,

employee feedback, blogs, language and politics Email: kmorouney@wlu.ca

Barry Colbert, PhD (Schulich School of Business at York University) Director, CMA Centre for Business & Sustainability Research interests: Organizational sustainability, corporate and business strategy, and strategic

driven companies with several years

directors, general managers with profit and loss responsibility, and senior managers moving into “Chief” leadership roles will all benefit from this stimulating and dynamic learning experience.

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Program admission requirements

Regulations in our PhD program

Admission into one of Laurier’s PhD or Research-based Masters programs is judged primarily on the applicant’s ability to undertake research successfully and the prospects for completion of the program. Therefore, students are admitted to the program with a course of study designed to supplement previous education, experience, and training.

The PhD in Management program provides students with a broad management perspective. The minimum residency requirement is two years. The expected time to completion is four years. Course work and comprehensive exams are to be completed within the first two years of the program.

Advanced standing in courses specific to the candidate’s program of study may be considered on a case-by-case basis. To be considered for admission to the doctoral program in management, a masters degree (or equivalent), in business for a related field, from a recognized university, with normally a B+ average in all graduate work is required. For admission to a business masters degree program at Laurier, applicants must normally hold a four-year honours bachelors degree, or equivalent, from an approved university. Applicants must have a minimum of second-class honours or B+ standing or equivalent over their last two years of study. An applicant who does not meet these requirements may apply for admission as a qualifying student. Our business PhD, MFin. and MSc. (SCM and OB/HRM) programs require all applicants submit scores obtained on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). GMAT test scores of over 650 are standard. When appropriate, equivalent Graduate Records Examinations (GRE) scores will be accepted (GRE composite score of at least 1100 across the verbal and quantitative test components). English proficiency is critical. Applicants whose language of instruction was not English must supply evidence of proficiency in English, prior to admission, in accordance with the university requirements. Normally, this evidence is an acceptable score on one of: TOEFL, IELTS or CAEL Assessment. Meeting the minimum requirement does not guarantee admission to a PhD or masters program.

Application deadline The early application deadline is January 15th. We will continue accepting applications after this date based on space availability in the program. Only in special cases, part-time study in the MSc. in Management programs may be considered.

In the third and fourth years, students conduct research and write the dissertation. In addition to the courses, thesis requirements and comprehensive requirements, each field encourages students to attend regular research seminars in which students’ intellectual and professional development is fostered through participation in colloquia. The faculty and supervisors also encourage students to present the results of their research at conferences to ensure participation in the wider community of academics.

Financial assistance Wilfrid Laurier University provides competitive funding to students enrolled in fulltime graduate studies. Research-based Masters Programs: Eligible students admitted to study on a full-time basis are guaranteed financial support averaging approximately $12,000 for each eligible year of study. Such support is made up of teaching assistantships and internal and/or external scholarship awards. Some research assistantship support is also available. Major award holders (OGS, CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC) in these programs are eligible for the Dean’s Scholarship, valued at $7,500, and a modified funding package. MFin. Program: Qualified students admitted to study on a full-time basis are automatically considered for internal scholarships upon admission and are encouraged to apply for external awards. The program offers a two term co-op opportunity with major financial corporations during the study. Students are paid during their co-op terms by their respective institutions. Doctoral Program: Qualified doctoral students admitted to study on a fulltime basis are guaranteed a minimum level of funding. The average amount of annual funding currently exceeds $20,000. Such support is made up of teaching assistantships, internal and/or external scholarship awards and research assistantships, where available. Students must meet the scholarship eligibility requirements of the university.

Note: Please consult the website for any deadline changes.

Admissions committee Upon receipt of your completed online application and required documents, your file will proceed to the admissions committee for review. Applicants are encouraged to call our office to set up a visit to campus.

For additional information contact:

PhD & Research-based Masters Programs

Master of Arts in Business Economics

Faculty of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Wilfrid Laurier University School of Business & Economics 75 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 Phone: (519) 884-0710 ext. 2745 Fax: (519) 884-2357 Email: sbephdmasters@wlu.ca www.wlu.ca/sbe/phd

Wilfrid Laurier University School of Business & Economics 75 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 Phone: (519) 884-0710 ext. 2720 Fax: (519) 888-1015 Email: mabe-inquiry@wlu.ca www.wlu.ca/sbe/mabe

Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies 75 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 Phone: (519) 884-0710 ext. 3127 Fax: (519) 884-1020 Email: gradstudies@wlu.ca www.wlu.ca/gradstudies

Apply online at: wlu.ca/gradstudies/apply


Wilfrid Laurier University 75 University Avenue West Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3C5 For more information contact sbephdmasters@wlu.ca | 519.884.0710 ext.2745 mabe-inquiry@wlu.ca | 519.884.0710 ext.2720

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Laurier SBE PhD Masters Brochure  

Published in Spring 2011

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