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2019 – 2020 Masters Programs

Schulich School of Business

MMAI MBAN Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence

Master of Business Analytics


Earn the credentials you need for the career you want, with a highly specialized 12-month Masters program.

MMAI

MBAN

Learn to develop, evaluate, refine and implement AI-related applications and technologies for business.

Become an expert in the booming field of Big Data and gain a competitive advantage by earning a SAS™ certification.

MASTER OF MANAGEMENT IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS

ADDITIONAL MASTERS PROGRAMS AT SCHULICH

MAcc

MMKG

Position yourself for a challenging career in accounting with the CPA-Accredited MAcc, an intensive program that prepares graduates to write the Common Final Examination upon graduation.

Equip yourself for the dynamic world of marketing as you master state-of-the-art tools and grow your literacy in analytics, advertising and consumer behaviour.

MF

MREI

MASTER OF ACCOUNTING

MASTER OF FINANCE

Gain access to a career in investment banking, risk or asset management and cover a significant portion of the CFA body of knowledge.

MMgt

MASTER OF MANAGEMENT

Build your knowledge of the major disciplines of management with this unique program designed for high-achieving graduates from non-business backgrounds.

On the cover: Sara Iannitti (MBAN ’17), Manager, Operations Planning System Operations Control, Air Canada

MASTER OF MARKETING

MASTER OF REAL ESTATE & INFRASTRUCTURE Build your career on a solid foundation with this specialized program for leaders, entrepreneurs and city builders in both real estate and infrastructure.

MSCM

MASTER OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Develop the analytical and managerial skills needed to design creative supply chain solutions in this rigorous, experiential program offered both full- or part-time.


MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Shape Your Future

The global business landscape is hyper-competitive, turbulent and complex. Managing effectively requires a global mindset and multi-stakeholder thinking that tackles the social, economic and environmental challenges facing business today. It also requires the ability to explore a problem from multiple perspectives, to reframe it, and push through to actionable solutions. At the Schulich School of Business, we have developed eight distinct specialized Masters programs that will equip you to thrive in this new business paradigm – one that our School illustrated in the groundbreaking book Re-Imagining Capitalism published in collaboration with McKinsey & Company. Our Masters degrees are designed to deliver in-depth functional and industry knowledge, strengthen your technical expertise and give you a clearly defined career advantage. Gain hands-on experience at one of our cutting-edge labs and research hubs at our new Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building. The building is home to our Centres of Excellence where we are global leaders in industries of the future, including business analytics, infrastructure and artificial intelligence. Chart a course to achieve your career objectives with a Schulich 12-month Masters degree.

Dezsö J. Horváth, PhD, CM Dean & Tanna H. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management Schulich School of Business

Canada’s Top-Ranked Business School Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives. Schulich MBA: #1 IN CANADA ( Forbes, CNN Expansión, Corporate Knights, América Economía) #3 IN THE WORLD (Corporate Knights) Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA: #1 IN CANADA (Financial Times, The Economist, QS TopMBA) #6 IN THE WORLD (QS TopMBA) #8 IN THE WORLD (The Economist)

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THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT FOR INNOVATION The velocity with which data is being captured and the momentum with which technology is being curated make this a revolutionary time for business.

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The Toronto region boasts a world-renowned ecosystem for innovation; one that connects technology multinationals, research superclusters, academic institutions and private investors. As the birthplace of deep learning,* Toronto-based thought leaders and scientists are at the forefront of machine learning, natural language processing and predictive analytics.

Data Scientists and Analysts are among the

Top 10 Jobs in Highest Demand in Toronto

$ 125 Million Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy backed by the Government of Canada

#1 City in North America for Tech Job Creation The number of tech jobs in Toronto has increased by 54% over the past five years; a percentage growth larger than Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and New York combined Scoring Tech Talent Report, CBRE Group, 2019

Toronto is Becoming a Global Epicenter for Research and Development in Big Data and AI Supported by strategic investment in: • The Vector Institute • Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) • Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (CPAMI) • Other local research organizations

$ 252 Million in venture capital invested in Canadian AI companies in 2017

The World’s 1st National AI Strategy focused on supporting research and developing talent

As a pioneer in the analytics space and the first Canadian business school to offer a Master level analytics degree (the MBAN), the Schulich School of Business continues to innovate with the introduction of the Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI).

*Source (unless specifically indicated): Toronto Global

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Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI)

Equip yourself to lead in an era of innovation that is changing our world. DESIGNED FOR CODERS, INNOVATORS AND AI VISIONARIES Artificial Intelligence (AI) is undergoing a revolutionary expansion, transforming the private and public sectors. As organizations adopt and invest in AI technology, there is a growing demand for an innovative new generation of scientists, designers and architects of AI business solutions. The 12-month Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) will train you to develop, evaluate, refine and implement AI-related applications and technologies. The immersive curriculum offers a technical foundation in AI fundamentals like natural language processing, numerical analysis, algorithms and modeling, paired with core business skills. OPPORTUNITY FOR APPLIED LEARNING The MMAI delivers a uniquely experiential learning environment, with hands-on instruction in modeling, visualization, data processing and cloud computing. Examine a critically evolving technological and ethical landscape as you confront emerging moral topics in AI. Delve into relevant discussions around algorithmic bias, data privacy and intelligent agent autonomy.

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During the capstone Artificial Intelligence Consulting Project (AICP), apply your learning as you work with a team in the Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab to solve a significant business problem for a client organization. Use emerging technologies like deep learning and natural language processing to predict, automate and analyze data, deriving insights to effectively design your solution. PREPARE FOR A CAREER IN AI The MMAI will produce creative problem-solvers equipped to leverage AI in business, non-profit, governmental or start-up organizations. Graduates will possess a competitive combination of management skills, technical expertise and an ethical framework required to execute solutions to business challenges, and will be equipped with the skills to advance to leadership roles in the future. Career support is embedded throughout the MMAI program journey, with structured training in areas like personal branding and case interview preparation, as well as industry workshops and events.

Schulich School of Business | MMAI | MBAN | 2019 – 2020

FULL-TIME

START DATE

September

COMPLETION

12 months SCHOLARSHIPS

Recognized by the Vector Institute as a core technical program, students admitted to the Schulich MMAI program are eligible for Vector Scholarships of up to $17,500.00.


“ In the coming decade, the demand for talented individuals with management skills and knowledge of advanced AI applications will continue to grow exponentially. The MMAI program will produce well-rounded managers who have the potential to become leaders in the fast-growing field of AI.” MURAT KRISTAL BSc (METU, Turkey); MBA (Bilkent, Turkey); PhD (North Carolina)

Director, Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence Program Director, Master of Business Analytics Program Associate Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems Teaches: • Artificial Intelligence Consulting Project (MMAI) • Analytics Consulting Project (MBAN)

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MASTER OF MANAGEMENT IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (MMAI)

YOUR MMAI JOURNEY

PREP COURSES

TERM 1: FALL

Online courses in:

Course Work: • Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals

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Common Core Curriculum Professional Development Series

Recruitment

Orientation

• Database Fundamentals

Introduction to the Career Development Centre

3-Day Business Foundation Boot Camp (Schulich)

CAREER TRACK

ACADEMIC TRACK

• Calculus • Statistics • Computer Science

• Algorithms for Business Analysis • Case Analysis & Presentation Skills • Ethics & Societal Implications of Artificial Intelligence

Required Workshops Analytics and Professional Development workshops facilitated by industry experts.

On-campus and off-campus recruiting in banking, healthcare, retail, e-commerce, marketing, consulting and more.

Regular career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship


The 12-month Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence delivers a unique experiential learning environment, with hands-on instruction in modeling, visualization, data processing and cloud computing. Foundational business courses and embedded career support equip students to become better problem solvers and leaders.

TERM 3: SUMMER

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Business Applications of Artificial Intelligence I

• Business Applications of Artificial Intelligence II

• Visual Analytics & Modelling

• Natural Language Processing

• Numerical Analysis

• Applications of Neural Networks & Deep Learning in Business

• Managing Change

• Interpersonal Managerial Skills

Artificial Intelligence Consulting Project (AICP) (6.00 credits)

Graduation: October Convocation

TERM 2: WINTER

Over two terms, students will work in groups to undertake a comprehensive artificial intelligence (AI) project for an organization and provide business insights to enhance the site’s success. At the conclusion of the project, students present their work to a panel of industry experts, the course director, and the client site.

MMAI Specialized Career Activities Scheduled throughout the academic year during designated time periods.

Just-in-time recruiting

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Master of Business Analytics (MBAN)

Gain the tools and techniques to become an expert in the booming field of Big Data. IN DEMAND

SAS™ PARTNERSHIP

In an age of beacon technology, real-time bidding models and consumer-centric purchase pathways, data analysis has become one of the most highly sought skills in the competitive business landscape.

Schulich takes pride in its partnership with SAS™ (Statistical Analysis Software), a recognized leader in advanced analytics and data management. MBAN students enjoy access to SAS™ certification exam vouchers and are awarded a much-coveted SAS™ certification upon completion of the program. In addition to SAS™, students may also gain exposure to R, SQL, and Python.

Take the opportunity to meet this growing demand: build a career deciphering Big Data with the Schulich Master of Business Analytics (MBAN). CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS In just 12 months, this intensive program provides you with a combination of technical expertise and effective communication skills. The curriculum pairs core courses in predictive modelling and programming with business fundamentals such as Case Analysis and Presentation Skills. Explore the wider contextual implications of unprecedented data collection on governance and privacy. The capstone of the MBAN is the Analytics Consulting Project, in which you deepen your understanding of the subject matter and methodologies, as well as acquire experience with hands-on, problem-driven research and application. Working in teams over eight months, you’ll develop meaningful insights to enhance an organization’s success.

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EXPLORE UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY IN AN EMERGING FIELD The MBAN is uniquely applicable to a wide array of industries. Employers across financial services, consulting, pharmaceuticals and retail alike seek specialized professionals to analyze Big Data and create measurable value. MBAN students fill the gap readily. Since the program’s inception, close to 100% of each class has been employed within three months of graduation. Graduates of the program go on to excel in functional roles that drive key business decisions, finding success as Forecasting Analysts, Business Intelligence Managers and Customer Analytics Leads. Students benefit from access to industry leaders, mentorship opportunities, and early employment offers from leading corporations including Deloitte, KPMG, Labatt, Bell Media and Scotiabank.

Schulich School of Business | MMAI | MBAN | 2019 – 2020

FULL-TIME

START DATE

May

COMPLETION

12 months CERTIFICATION

All MBAN graduates gain SAS™ certification

SCHOLARSHIPS

Recognized by the Vector Institute as a core technical program, students admitted to the Schulich MBAN program are eligible for Vector Scholarships of up to $17,500.00.


“ The MBAN curriculum offers a balance between business fundamentals and a deep dive into quantitative skills and analytics. The program complements my IT background, and has taught me how to holistically approach problems using data.” REVTHI JAYARAJAN PALANGAT (MBAN candidate ’20) 2019 winner, Vector Scholarship

“ The Schulich Master of Business Analytics provided the tools and expertise to launch my career in the high-demand field of data analytics.” YON-JOON CHOO (MBAN ’16) Manager, Artificial Intelligence, Deloitte

View Yon-Joon’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/yon-joons-story

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MBAN)

YOUR MBAN JOURNEY

TERM 1: SUMMER

Course Work: • Data Science I • Predictive Modelling I

Common Core Curriculum 36.00 credits Professional Development Series Recruitment

Orientation Introduction to the Career Development Centre

CAREER TRACK

ACADEMIC TRACK

• Visual Analytics & Modelling • Data Management & Programming • Case Analysis & Presentation Skills

Required Workshops Analytics and Professional Development workshops facilitated by industry experts.

On-campus and off-campus recruiting in banking, healthcare, retail, e-commerce, marketing, consulting and more.

Regular career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

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The 12-month Master of Business Analytics prepares you for a career in a dynamic high-demand field. The Schulich MBAN will equip you to competitively enter the workforce with its rigorous curriculum and wide array of activities to support your personal, academic and professional development.

TERM 3: WINTER

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Data Science II

• Big Data Fundamentals & Applications

• Predictive Modelling II

• Multivariate Methods for Business Analytics

• Advanced Spreadsheet Modelling & Programming for Business + 3.00 credits of electives

• Ethics and Societal Implications of Artificial Intelligence + 3.00 credits of electives

Analytics Consulting Project (ACP) (6.00 credits) The capstone of the MBAN program

Graduation: June Convocation

TERM 2: FALL

Students spend two terms working with real data in service to the community. Mirroring real-world “Big Data Competitions,” students complete a hands-on, problem-driven analytics project and recommend applicable business solutions. Directly interfacing with industry leaders, they develop both technical and organizational expertise.

MBAN Specialized Career Activities Scheduled throughout the academic year during designated time periods.

Just-in-time recruiting

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The Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab, Schulich School of Business Elevating Data Analytics and AI in Canada

Launched as a collaboration between the Schulich School of Business, York University and Deloitte, the Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab is a state-of-the-art space to study, model, code and translate big data. For more information, visit: dschulichlab.ai. Employ the Lab’s advanced technology to uncover and communicate insights in four emerging areas:

Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics

Data Visualization

Build predictive and prescriptive models that deliver on insight and foresight. Learn methodologies that will allow organizations to make smarter business decisions faster, disrupt the industry, and outperform the competition.

Learn the invaluable skill of presenting clear and effective information as you examine principles from strategy, graphic design, psychology, communication theory and data science.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Find out how computers can learn from data without being explicitly programmed each step of the way. Position yourself at the leading edge of deep learning and machine learning in areas that include neural networks, probabilistic models, statistical theory and natural language processing.

Cognitive Gain exposure to platforms that integrate technological capabilities and algorithms to create systems that interface with complex data and humans. These cognitive tools allow machines to work with data while also enabling more natural human-machine interaction.

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“I chose the Schulich MBAN program because of its combination of technical courses and the Analytics Consulting Project which will prepare me to apply data science to challenging business problems.” DANIEL KUR (MBAN Candidate ’20) 2019 Winner, Vector Scholarship

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Student Life Make Life-Changing Connections

Build lasting memories as part of an engaged and diverse student community. Develop your strengths, skills and interests with a host of exciting co-curricular activities.

Participate in Case Competitions Strengthen your presentation skills and master the case method with opportunities to compete in events such as the Hult Prize, the Deloitte Data VizArt Student Challenge, and more. Schulich wins the 2019 Deloitte Data VizArt Student Challenge, a nationwide competition for data visualization, storytelling and analytics.

Discover New Interests and Passions Choose from over 25 student-run clubs and organizations. Network and grow within the tech industry through the Business Technology Management Association, or diversify your focus by joining other clubs based on a region, culture, industry or topic of interest. Student entrepreneurs connect at Schulich Start-Up Night.

Enjoy New Social Activities Join a tightly knit group of students and connect through sports, pub nights and community engagement. Schulich brings you a world of opportunity to expand your interests with students from an array of different backgrounds and regions.

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Grad students enjoy the annual Schulympics weekend getaway.


Our Landmark Expansion The Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building

Designed for Schulich graduate students, the McEwen building encourages interdisciplinary research in fields ranging from business ethics and big data, to real estate and infrastructure, and global enterprise. A NEW HOME FOR LEARNING AND INNOVATION

ALL ABOUT THE FUTURE

The new 67,000 square-foot Rob and Cheryl McEwen

Its unique technological and design features make the

Graduate Study & Research Building provides a variety of unique environments for learning, interaction, teamwork and innovation.

Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building one of the most environmentally sustainable and socially responsible buildings in North America.

A HUB FOR COLLABORATION AND RESEARCH

Features include:

In addition to being an interdisciplinary space for Schulich’s newest academic programs and research facilities, the building is home to the Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab, as well as Schulich’s

840 m2

27m

of planted green roof area

natural ventilation system driven by the glass solar chimney

Centres of Excellence, including the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business, the Centre for Global Enterprise, and the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure. A STUDENT-CENTRED SPACE

Energy use intensity

Students benefit from a variety of unique spaces to study, work and connect, including a graduate lounge, private group meeting rooms equipped with flat-screen monitors, research labs and a media production centre.

71.4% BELOW THE MODEL NATIONAL ENERGY CODE OF CANADA

7,500 m2 of new landscaped open area, including 3,800 m2 of planted green space

RAINWATER RECAPTURE SYSTEM for green roof irrigation

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Career Development and Industry Relations Shape Your Success

Grow your network: the MMAI and MBAN programs maintain enduring relationships with actively engaged organizations ranging from large multi-nationals to small start-ups.

Professional Development Series

Practitioner-Led Workshops

Take advantage of a variety of specialized services and resources designed to support your success. These include networking events, information sessions, interviews, workshops and the publication of an MMAI/MBAN resume book.

Participate in hands-on Analytics and Professional Development Workshops to augment your academic learning, promote your professional development, and provide access to industry experts.

Employer Networks Benefit from access to leaders, mentorship opportunities, and early employment offers from organizations including Deloitte, Accenture, PwC, Slalom Consulting, TD Bank, RBC, CIBC, BMO, Loblaws, Air Canada, SAS Institute, Cerebri AI, and many others.

Technical Training Gain a competitive advantage as you grow your expertise in a variety of programs and tools, including Apache Hadoop, Structured Query Language (SQL), Tableau Data Visualization and Microsoft Azure.

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“ The impressive rate of innovation in the data and AI space is having a profound impact on humankind. It’s a very exciting time to enter the market and to lead transformation on this new frontier.” MONA MANN BA, MBA & MBAN (York)

Assistant Director, Strategic Partnerships & Program Development (MMAI/MBAN)

As a certified professional coach, Gina Pagiamtzis works closely with MMAI and MBAN students supporting them on their career development through 1-on-1 meetings and customized workshops on Personal Branding, Job Search Strategy, Salary Negotiation, Career Decision Making, and Career Advancement.

GINA PAGIAMTZIS

Industry Advisor, MMAI & MBAN Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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Schulich Global Alumni Network Notable Alumni are Leading by Example

When you graduate from Schulich, you become part of one of the largest business alumni networks in Canada. Here’s a brief look at the scope of the Schulich alumni network and a sampling of those who are leading by example. Connect and benefit from access to the Schulich Global Alumni Network

UPON GRADUATION, JOIN A GLOBAL NETWORK OF OVER

31,000

90

active alumni in

As a student, participate in the

countries

Enjoy exclusive access to Schulich’s Alumni Online Community, which includes

SCHULICH ALUMNI MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

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or engage with alumni at events and conferences to gain key insights into the industries and careers that you’re passionate about.

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Lisa Marie Chen (MBA ’11) Lead Design Strategist, IBM

global alumni chapters in

countries

Take advantage of life-long professional development activities, career management resources, and alumni events.

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Frank M. Vettese (BBA ’86, MBA ’91) Managing Partner & Chief Executive, Deloitte Member, Dean’s Advisory Council


Diversity. Community. Opportunity. Build a Life and a Career

Feel at Home in Canada

The Toronto Advantage

51%

of Toronto’s population was born outside of Canada

CAD $ 332 billion economy Ranks among the

TOP TEN MOST LIVABLE CITIES IN THE WORLD Economist Intelligence Unit, 2018

Ranked in the

TOP 5

nd

2 LARGEST Financial centre in North America

Access the city’s vibrant downtown core in just

30 MINUTES BY SUBWAY

Our campus is enriched by international students from over

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DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

Plan Your Life, Post-Degree Come to Schulich for your Masters degree and have the option to launch either an international career, or stay in Canada to build a life and career through favourable immigration pathways. Attend sessions on work permits and permanent residence options, or book individualized advising with Schulich’s International Student Support Specialist.

cities in the world to do business

International Student Support Schulich provides in-house programs, services, and immigration support to help international students navigate the transition to Canada and plan for the future. Benefit from a pre-arrival webinar, buddy programs, English Language Peer Support, and New to Canada Orientation.

Source (unless specifically indicated): Toronto Global

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Admission Requirements What’s Required to Begin Your Journey

REQUIREMENTS

MMAI

MBAN

Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence

Master of Business Analytics

GPA

B+

PREREQUISITE COURSES IN HONOURS PROGRAM

Strong quantitative background

GMAT/GRE

GMAT or GRE

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2 reference letters

WORK EXPERIENCE

Recommended but not required

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2

PROOF OF STUDY COMPLETED IN ENGLISH:

2 years minimum (must be full-time study) at an accredited university in a country (or institution) where English is the official language of instruction

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY*

IELTS (ACADEMIC TEST):

7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) * Applicants must produce proof of language proficiency in one of the three ways listed.

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

TOEFL:

100 (minimum 23 on each dimension) MMAI: SEPTEMBER 2020 ENTRY

MBAN: MAY 2020 ENTRY

Round Round Round Round

Round Round Round Round

1: Nov. 15, 2019 2*: Jan. 15, 2020 3: Mar. 12, 2020 4**: Apr. 30, 2020

1: Aug. 16, 2019 2*: Oct. 16, 2019 3: Nov. 30, 2019 4**: Feb. 14, 2020

* International students are strongly encouraged to apply by Round 2 to allow for sufficient study permit processing time. ** Late applications may be accepted pending space availability.

Four-year undergraduate degree is required. One academic reference is recommended.

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Tuition Fees Figures are based on the currently approved fee framework. Fees listed below include tuition and essential supplementary fees. For details on student health plans and non-essential fees, visit the York Student Financial Services website: sfs.yorku.ca/fees. Fees are subject to change.

All fees are in Canadian dollars (CAD)

MMAI MBAN

TUITION PER TERM*

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident

Visa/Study Permit

$ 17,912

$ 25,395

*The MMAI and MBAN each require three terms of study to complete.

Cost of Living LIVING EXPENSES IN TORONTO 1 (1 Term = 4 months) Books /Course Materials

$

Rent (on campus)

$ 5,000

Food

$ 1,500

Personal Expenses

$ 1,000

Health Insurance: UHIP (international students only) 3 GSA 3

$ 210 $ 160

APPROXIMATE COST PER TERM

$

2

750

8,620 4

Figures are approximations and intended only as a budget guide for students studying full-time. Costs are listed in Canadian dollars. Off-campus housing varies in price from $500 – $ 1,200 per month depending on the location and options. For on-campus accommodation visit: yorku.ca/stuhouse. 3 Participation in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is mandatory only for international students while in Toronto. The Graduate Student Association (GSA) plan is for dental and drug coverage (mandatory for all domestic and international full-time students unless student has alternative coverage). Coverage for spouse/family is available. Health/Drug/Dental plan rates are subject to change. 4 Subtract UHIP cost for domestic student total. 1 2

Financial Aid We welcome the opportunity to discuss ways to finance your education and the return on investment our programs offer. Send us an email at: finaid@schulich.yorku.ca or visit: schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid. LINE OF CREDIT FOR DOMESTIC STUDENTS Visit schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid/loans for a list of partnered banks and preferred rates for domestic students in professional programs. LOAN PROGRAMS To learn more about funding opportunities for domestic and international students, please visit: schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid/loans.

ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL AID • Support for case competitions • Partnerships with:


Schulich Masters Programs provide students with the technical skills and career preparation they need to pursue dynamic roles across a broad spectrum of industries. schulich.yorku.ca

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Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) & Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) 2019  

As a pioneer in the analytics space and the first Canadian business school to offer a Master-level analytics degree, the Schulich School of...

Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) & Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) 2019  

As a pioneer in the analytics space and the first Canadian business school to offer a Master-level analytics degree, the Schulich School of...