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2018 – 2019 Programs

MAcc | MBAN | MF | MMgt | MMKG | MREI | MSCM

Schulich School of Business

MASTERS Shape Your Future


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

WHAT’S INSIDE

2 MAcc

MASTER OF ACCOUNTING

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.

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MBAN

MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS

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

20 MF

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.

36 MMKG

MASTER OF MARKETING

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.

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MREI

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.

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MSCM

MASTER OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Develop the analytical skills needed to design creative supply chain solutions in this rigorous, experiential program offered both full- or part-time.

29 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.

56 Student Life 58 Career Development 60 Schulich Global Alumni Network 61 Notable Schulich Alumni 64 The Toronto Advantage 66 Admission Requirements 70 Financial Aid 71 Tuition Fees & Cost of Living 72 Next Steps


MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Shape Your Future

The global business landscape is hyper-competitive, turbulent and complex. Managing effectively requires more than well-honed technical skills. It requires resiliency, tenacity, and fresh, new thinking. It 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 seven distinct full-time, 12-month 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. These programs strengthen your technical expertise and enhance your leadership skills. Gain hands-on experience at one of our cutting-edge labs and research hubs at our new Rob & Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study and 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, eFinancialCareers) #2 IN THE WORLD (Corporate Knights) Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA: #1 IN CANADA (Financial Times, The Economist) #6 IN THE WORLD (QS TopMBA) #8 IN THE WORLD (The Economist)

Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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Master of Accounting

MAcc “The professors in the Master of Accounting program were incredible. Their love for teaching created a positive energy in the classroom, and their breadth of experience in the accounting industry gave me a clearer idea of my career aspirations.” BRENNAN RASHKOVAN (MAcc Candidate ’18) Staff Accountant, EY

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Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Benefit from a unique Masters program accredited by both the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Ontario and the global Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) – designed for graduates of liberal arts, science and business programs. MULTIPLE PATHWAYS Depending on your academic background, the Schulich MAcc offers three distinct entry points, preparing you for success in the complex field of accounting while fast-tracking you through CPA Ontario’s Professional Education Program (PEP). The Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (DIAc) provides non-business graduates as well as individuals that have graduated from non-Canadian institutions with the prerequisites required to stream seamlessly into the MAcc. Business graduates from CPA-Accredited programs and Canadian business degrees begin the MAcc in Term 1. Schulich i/BBA graduates from the CPA stream may start the MAcc in Term 2 of the program.

First, you will master key accounting functions and hone the ability to make decisions within legal, financial, regulatory and ethical frameworks. Second, you will deepen your expertise in two streams; whether tax, assurance, performance management or finance, preparing you for the Common Final Examination (CFE). To support and accommodate working professionals, Term 3 is offered on evenings and biweekly weekends to prepare you with the final tools you need to successfully complete the CFE and accelerate your career.

Beyond the classroom, you’ll find opportunities to continue expanding your connections as you meet industry leaders at co-curricular and career networking events.

ACCA members, and affiliates with an undergraduate degree, may also receive advanced standing toward earlier completion of the MAcc.

MAcc graduates are highly marketable post-degree, with over 90% of students hired within three months of graduation, based on previous cohort data.

Participate in meaningful dialogue with highly engaged instructors about relevant, real-world accounting applications. With a focus on case-based integrative learning, the broad curriculum will help you to accomplish two important objectives.

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START DATE OPTIONS

May – Term 0 (DIAc) Graduates from non-business degrees or institutions outside of Canada

16 months September – Term 1 (MAcc) Business/Commerce Graduates from a Canadian Institution

12 months May – Term 2 (MAcc)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Applicants who are registered with CPA and are in the process of completing the Professional Education Program (PEP) may be eligible for advanced standing.

GAIN THE OPPORTUNITY TO WRITE THE COMMON FINAL EXAMINATION (CFE) UPON GRADUATION

FULL-TIME

Top firms from both the private and the public accounting sector hire Schulich MAcc graduates in a variety of functions, including financial accounting, cost accounting, tax planning, estate planning and auditing. The MAcc could lead you to an exciting career in an organization such as KPMG, CIBC, PwC, Citco, or EY.

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Schulich i/BBA Graduates CPA-Accredited Stream

8 months ACCREDITATION

Accredited by CPA Ontario, MAcc graduates are eligible to write the Common Final Examination (CFE) upon completion of the program.


“ The Schulich MAcc encouraged me to set higher expectations for myself and broadened my perspective on challenges facing businesses today.” NINA MAK, CPA, CA (MAcc ’16) Senior Financial Analyst, Walmart Canada

View Nina’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/ninas-story

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MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (MAcc)

YOUR MAcc JOURNEY DIPLOMA IN INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING (DIAc) WHAT TERM DO I APPLY FOR?

TERM 0

I have a University Degree from a non-Canadian Institution

• Financial Accounting Fundamentals • Management Accounting Fundamentals

BEGIN HERE

Apply to the Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (Term 0)

• Intermediate Financial Accounting I PLUS: • Managerial Finance

Apply to the Diploma in Intermediate Accounting (Term 0)

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Business Degree

Non CPA-Accredited Program

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Business Degree

CPA-Accredited Program

Non-Schulich School of Business Degree

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Business Degree

CPA-Accredited Program

Schulich School of Business Degree

Apply for Term 1 Entry to the Master of Accounting

Apply for Term 1 Entry to the Master of Accounting

Apply for Term 2 Entry to the Master of Accounting

CPA Core 1: • I have completed CPA PEP Core 1: Begin Term 1

Work experience is not required prior to applying for the MAcc, but it is strongly recommended.

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Introduction to the Career Development Centre

Professional Development Activities

CAREER TRACK 6

OR: • Business Administration & The Law

BEGIN HERE

Non-Business Degree

CPA PEP TRACK

ACADEMIC TRACK

I have a Canadian University Degree


The Master of Accounting is a professional degree program designed to develop students’ academic and intellectual abilities in all fields of professional accountancy. Successful graduates will have acquired in-depth knowledge in all of the sub-disciplines that constitute the broad field of accounting and will have also deepened their expertise in two chosen areas. They may proceed to write the Common Final Examination after graduation.

DIPLOMA IN INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING (DIAc)

DIPLOMA IN ADVANCED ACCOUNTING (DAAc)

MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (MAcc)

TERM 1

TERM 2

TERM 3

• Intermediate Financial Accounting II

• Integrative Case Analysis for Accountants

• Advanced Integrative Case Analysis

• Advanced Management Accounting

• Advanced Income Taxation

• Integrative Case Analysis: The Capstone

• Auditing Standards & Applications

Choose any two (2) sets of electives. Students pursing public accounting must complete Tax & Assurance. (Elective modules are run subject to student demand)

• Introduction to Income Taxation • Multi-Competency Case Analysis for Accountants

ELECTIVES:

• Integrative Tax: Case & Analysis • Strategic Leadership Planning & Case Analysis

Assurance: • Advanced Financial Accounting • Advanced Auditing

• Financial Reporting & Analysis

Tax: • Complex Financial Reporting Issues

Graduation: October Convocation

BEGIN HERE

Finance: • Advanced Financial Statement Analysis & Valuation • Advanced Finance Topics

BEGIN HERE

BEGIN HERE

Performance Management: • Strategic Performance Evaluation • Strategic Management Tax: • Managerial Tax Planning • Complex Financial Reporting Issues (Schulich i/BBA graduates only)

• Exit Term 2 of MAcc for CPA Capstone 1 & 2 CPA Core 2: • I have completed CPA PEP Core 2: Begin Term 2

On-campus recruiting

CPA Electives

CPA Capstone 1&2

Common Final Examination

Just-in-time recruiting

Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (MAcc)

“ The Schulich Master of Accounting helped me develop the skill set and connections necessary to pursue the CPA designation and advance my career.” FAGHYA SHAFIQ (BBA ’16, MAcc ’17) CFE Gold Medal Winner Staff Accountant, EY

Faghya Shafiq (BBA ’16, MAcc ’17) CFE Gold Medal Winner Staff Accountant, EY View Faghya’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/faghyas-story

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PROFESSOR MARCIA ANNISETTE BSc Hons (West Indies); MSc (UMIST); PhD (Manchester); FCCA (UK); CPA, CGA

Associate Professor of Accounting Director, Master of Accounting Program Associate Dean, Students, Student Services and International Relations Teaches: Financial Accounting Fundamentals “Professor Annisette is one of the greatest professors I have met at Schulich. She helped shape my strong passion for accounting in my first class of the MAcc. Her continuous support and guidance through both the academic program and the transition to my career have provided me with an excellent grounding in business and accounting in the workplace.” MICKY ZHANG (MAcc ’14)

Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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Master of Business Analytics

MBAN “By holistically bridging technology with business acuity, the MBAN program offered a powerful combination to position me for success. No other program compared to this in design and value.” MAY MASOUD (MBAN ’16) Data Science, Solution Specialist, SAS TM Canada View May’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/mays-story

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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.

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FULL-TIME

START DATE

May

COMPLETION

12 months CERTIFICATION

All MBAN graduates gain SAS™ certification


“ 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) Senior Consultant, 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 Common Core 36.00 credits

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

Professional Development Series

CAREER TRACK

Electives 9.00 credits

Orientation

ACADEMIC TRACK

• Predictive Modelling I

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

RECRUITMENT On-campus and off-campus recruiting in banking, healthcare, retail, e-commerce, marketing, consulting and more. Regular career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship Work experience is not required prior to applying for the MBAN, but it is strongly recommended.

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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 2: FALL

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

• Analytics Consulting Project + 6.00 credits of electives

• Analytics Consulting Project

CHOICE OF ELECTIVES (9.00 credits taken in Terms 2 & 3)

ANALYTICS CONSULTING PROJECT (6.00 credits taken in Terms 2 & 3)

9.00 elective credits provide an opportunity for MBAN students to apply their foundational knowledge of business analytics to a specific functional area. The breadth of elective subject matter invites diverse applications of data analysis to economic forecasting, artificial intelligence, marketing research, risk management and more.

The capstone of the MBAN program. 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 develop applicable business solutions. They directly interface with industry leaders and develop both technical and organizational expertise.

Graduation: June Convocation

+ 3.00 credits of electives

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

Just-in-time recruiting

Regular career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MBAN)

“ The Schulich Master of Business Analytics complemented my prior education, with an innovative real-world approach that gave me an edge in the exciting field of analytics consulting.” ILNAZ ELLE MAJDZADEH AMELI (MBAN ’16) Manager, Advanced Analytics, Deloitte Canada

Ilnaz Elle Majdzadeh Ameli (MBAN ’16) Manager, Advanced Analytics Deloitte Canada View Elle’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/elles-story

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PROFESSOR MURAT KRISTAL BSc (METU, Turkey); MBA (Bilkent, Turkey); PhD (North Carolina)

Associate Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems Director, Master of Business Analytics Program Teaches: Multivariate Methods for Business Analytics; Models & Applications in Operational Research “Professor Kristal has an unparalleled talent for simplifying complex statistical analyses in answering business questions. Not only did he demonstrate the tools available to interpret results, he also showed us the importance of addressing the right questions.” LUCAS CALESTINI LUIZ (MBAN ’16)

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MBAN)

The Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab, Schulich School of Business Elevating Data Analytics 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. The Lab’s advanced platforms allow you to delve into exciting areas such as predictive analytics, natural language processing, machine learning and visualization. As an MBAN student, you will use the latest technologies to analyze a rich data set, deriving insights to address real issues facing organizations as part of the capstone Analytics Consulting Project. For more information, visit: dschulichlab.ai. AT THE CUTTING EDGE Employ the Lab’s advanced technology to uncover and communicate insights in four emerging areas:

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Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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.

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

Data Visualization

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.

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

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“ Establishing the state-of-the-art Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab at Schulich will enable both of our organizations to continue providing world-class expertise in business analytics.” DEZSÖ J. HORVÁTH, PhD, CM

Dean & Tanna H. Schulich Chair in Strategic Management Schulich School of Business

LAB LEADERS Dr. Murat Kristal Director, Master of Business Analytics Schulich School of Business Shelby Austin National Leader of Strategic Analytics Deloitte Dr. Ian Scott Chief Data Scientist Deloitte

Dr. Marek Laskowski Deloitte Data Scientist Schulich School of Business

Digital rendering of the new Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab.

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Master of Finance

MF “ The Schulich Master of Finance offered me the chance to explore different topics in the financial industry, discover my interests, and gain the skills to realize my ambition.” FRED WANG (MF ’17) Credit Analyst, Moneris

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Master of Finance (MF)

The Schulich MF provides the robust real-world training and analytical foundation you will need for a career in the complex, fast-paced world of finance. AN ERA OF DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION

A CFA PROGRAM PARTNER

Transformational changes in financial software, viral crowd-funding platforms and digital wealth management are reshaping dialogue in financial services. These advances have given rise to new structures of regulation and a growing demand for digital security.

The Schulich MF is a program partner of the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) Institute, the global industry standard for finance professionals. Throughout the course of your studies, you will be well-equipped to successfully challenge all three levels of the CFA. You will also enjoy access to specialized online Level I sample exams, scholarships, the Financial Newsbrief, (a daily investment newsletter), and other CFA publications.

Financial leaders understand that uncharted challenges and opportunities require innovative thinking and a strategic mindset. The Schulich Master of Finance (MF) will equip you to lead in the face of change and ambiguity. CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS The intensive 12-month MF places a strong emphasis on real-world application and on technical, communication and decision-making skills. The curriculum provides specialized knowledge on both the buy and the sell side of capital markets, whether in investment banking, risk management, or asset management. Critical topics in governance, ethics and the legal aspects of finance are also embedded in your studies, preparing you to understand the important contextual dynamics of the industry. The Schulich MF allows you to chart a course in finance that aligns with your career goals, offering streams in Capital Markets and Financial Risk Management. You’ll also benefit from the program’s unique Research and Professional Seminar Series, which provide exclusive opportunities to engage with leading scholars and industry experts.

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES POST-DEGREE The Schulich School of Business is an important recruiting destination for financial service firms looking to acquire top talent. As a result, the MF class sees consistently high placement rates, with over 90% of graduates hired within six months of graduation, based on previous cohort data. Graduates enjoy rewarding careers as analysts or associates at the big five Canadian banks, ICICI and HSBC, at asset management firms such as Burgundy, and investment firms such as Fidelity. Consultancies including KPMG, EY, Deloitte and PwC have also hired from within Schulich’s talented MF graduate pool. Given the academic rigour of the program, some alumni have gone on to pursue a PhD in Finance.

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FULL-TIME

START DATE

August

COMPLETION

12 months PARTNERSHIP

The Schulich MF covers a significant portion of the CFA body of knowledge. Benefit from CFA online resources, scholarships and industry events.


“ Not only did I master the valuable techniques of data analysis, I also learned to concisely communicate information, which is an extremely important skill in the field of finance.” BIYING LIU (MF ’17) Manager, Exposure and Capital Analysis Scotiabank

Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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MASTER OF FINANCE (MF)

YOUR MF JOURNEY

FALL TERM

Capital Markets:

Course Work:

Intensive 3 week course – a refresher for some and a new beginning for others

• Intermediate Financial Accounting for Finance Majors • Econometrics of Financial Markets • Financial Management & Valuation • Institutional Wealth Management

Orientation

ACADEMIC TRACK

AUGUST

CAREER TRACK

Research Seminar Series

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Alumni panel & reception

On-campus recruiting by major financial institutions

Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

Work experience is not required prior to applying for the MF, but it is strongly recommended.

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Planning your Career in Capital Markets

Professional Seminar Series


The 12-month Master of Finance grows your analytical, technical and decision-making skills, preparing you for an exciting career in finance. Research and professional seminars enhance the core curriculum and support your personal, academic and professional development.

WINTER TERM

SUMMER TERM

Capital Markets Stream:

Capital Markets Stream:

• Options, Futures & Other Derivative Securities

• Corporate Financial Analysis

• Fixed Income Securities • Investment Banking • Venture Capital & Private Equity

Common Coursework: • Analysis of Structured Products Using Excel • Corporate Governance & Securities Law

• Options, Futures & Other Derivative Securities

• Financial Risk Management • Ethical Decision-Making for Finance Professionals

• Fixed Income Securities • Stochastic Calculus in Finance • Corporate Financial Analysis

Risk Management Stream: • Advanced Derivative Securities

Graduation: October Convocation

Risk Management Stream:

Just-in-time recruiting

Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

Day on Bay and Asset Management Mixer

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MASTER OF FINANCE (MF)

“ In 12 months my Schulich Master of Finance ignited my imagination, enhanced my leadership capabilities, opened doors and shaped my future.” DANIEL MONROY (MF ’15)

Senior Analyst – Funding and Liquidity Management, Corporate Treasury, BMO Financial Group

Daniel Monroy (MF ’15) Senior Analyst – Funding and Liquidity Management, Corporate Treasury, BMO Financial Group View Daniel’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/daniels-story

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PROFESSOR GEORGE KLAR BSc (UofT); MBA (York); CFA

Adjunct Professor of Finance Director, Master of Finance Program Teaches: Capital Markets, Institutional Wealth Management “Professor Klar is very passionate about teaching and knows how to keep students engaged in class. He breaks down challenging concepts by providing real-world examples, and it’s clear to me that his intentions are to better prepare us for real-world challenges. He does a tremendous job in passing along his knowledge.” WILLIAM WU (MF Candidate ’18) Master of Finance Class Representative

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Master of Management

MMgt “ With my Sociology background I knew that I needed a business education to begin my career in consulting. The Master of Management program prepared me for success with its focus on real-world business skills and the capstone experiential consulting project.” LINDSEY AUSTER-WEISS (MMgt Candidate ’18) Consultant, People Advisory Services, EY

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Master of Management (MMgt)

You’ve worked hard to excel at your undergraduate degree. Now it’s time to gain the in-depth management experience and business expertise to chart your career path. ADD BUSINESS TO YOUR NON-BUSINESS DEGREE Advancing your career in any sector requires core business and communication skills, a global perspective and an understanding of wider social, ethical and environmental contexts. It takes careful refining of your qualitative and quantitative skills, and finding new ways of applying them to the area of interest you’re passionate about. The 12-month, full-time Master of Management (MMgt) program enables you to discover and grow these foundational leadership skills to build an exciting future. CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS A valuable next step for high-achieving graduates of non-business programs, the MMgt provides an intensive full sweep of management fundamentals. In addition to rigorous instruction in core business competencies like economics and managerial accounting, the program places special emphasis on building skills like strategic thinking, business communication and managing team dynamics. The MMgt curriculum is highly experiential, culminating with an Enterprise Consulting Project in which you’ll work closely with a local organization to develop strategies for business development and solutions to management challenges.

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After acquiring a minimum of two years post-degree work experience, MMgt graduates are eligible for accelerated standing in the preeminent Schulich Master of Business Administration, enabling you to complete your Schulich MBA in as little as eight months.

FULL-TIME

START DATE

September

COMPETITIVELY ENTER THE WORKFORCE Clarify and map your career goals with the mentorship of industry leaders in the classroom and by working closely with the Career Development Centre. Network with the ever-growing list of companies that recruit at Schulich including; Coca-Cola, Amazon, CIBC, IBM, Rogers Communications, Trillium Health Partners and the Government of Canada. Recruiters particularly value the communication, interpersonal and leadership development that the Schulich MMgt emphasizes; skills that equip graduates to inspire their colleagues to find innovative business solutions in a variety of environments. Graduates of the MMgt program have launched their careers in exciting roles in both the public and private sector in organizations such as CIBC, GlaxoSmithKline, EY, Bell Canada, and The Princess Margaret Foundation.

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COMPLETION

12 months


“ Schulich’s award-winning faculty brings business theory to life through the application of practical, real-world examples, enabling students to personally connect with the academic content taught during lectures.” JORDYN POSLUNS (MMgt Candidate ’18) Network Planner, Supply Chain Graduate Leadership Program, Bell Canada

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MASTER OF MANAGEMENT (MMgt)

YOUR MMgt JOURNEY

AnyPrep:

• Program Orientation

Satisfactory completion of online modules in Accounting, Finance, Economics and Mathematics by AnyPrep.com

• New to Canada Orientation

Introduction to the Career Development Centre

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FALL TERM

Course Work: • Business Communication & Team Dynamics • Business & Sustainability

• Buddy Program for international students

• Applied Macroeconomics

Common Core Curriculum

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ORIENTATION

Professional Development Activities

PREP COURSES

• Financial Accounting for Managers • Managerial Decision Analysis

On-campus recruiting: financial services, consulting, retail, e-commerce, marketing & more.


The 12-month Master of Management helps you develop key competencies to accelerate your career. With a rigorous curriculum, experiential consulting project and wide array of co-curricular activities, graduates are well positioned to competitively enter the workforce.

WINTER TERM

SUMMER TERM

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Organizational Behaviour

• Managerial Accounting

Complete Your MBA!

• Managerial Finance • Marketing Management • Design & Management of Organizational Processes

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Enterprise Consulting Project: Student groups will engage in a collaborative work project with a local organization, applying their classroom knowledge to real-world management issues. By applying management foundations studied in the first two terms of the MMgt program, students will develop actionable recommendations for the client organization.

Graduation: October Convocation

+ Three electives (9.00 credits)

• Strategic Thinking

Gain the required minimum two years of work experience, post-graduation. Qualify for Accelerated Standing in the Schulich MBA. Complete your MBA in as little as eight months!

Just-in-time recruiting

Career Ready! Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

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MASTER OF MANAGEMENT (MMgt)

“ In the space of 12 months the Schulich Master of Management expanded my problem-solving skills and confidence in the business context, opening up new and exciting opportunities.” MICHAEL ZANELLA (MMgt ’17)

Implementation Consultant Associate, Ceridian

Michael Zanella (MMgt ’17) Implementation Consultant Associate Ceridian View Michael’s story: schulich.yorku.ca/michaels-story

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PROFESSOR GIRI KANAGARETNAM B.Sc. (Sri Lanka); MSEE (Purdue); PhD (Syracuse); ACMA (U.K.); CPA, CMA, CGA

Professor of Accounting Director, Master of Management Program Teaches: Managerial Accounting, Global Management Accounting “Schulich’s Master of Management program is specifically designed to provide pre-professional managerial preparation to students, thereby enabling them to move into employment with increased prospects of advancement. Our MMgt graduates have strong communication and teamwork skills while also possessing an understanding of how enterprises and other organizations function.” PROFESSOR KANAGARETNAM

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Master of Marketing

MMKG “ The Master of Marketing is a unique program that will teach students state-of-the-art digital marketing and research tools and grow their literacy in social media, advertising and consumer behaviour.” PROFESSOR M. DAVID RICE BA (Manitoba); MS & PhD (Illinois)

Program Director, Master of Marketing

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Master of Marketing (MMKG)

A highly specialized professional degree to equip graduates for the dynamic world of marketing. CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS

PREPARE FOR A CAREER IN MARKETING

Launching in September 2018, the full-time, 12-month Master of Marketing (MMKG) is the first program of its kind in Canada to prepare graduates for professional careers in marketing.

The Master of Marketing program will prepare you for modern marketing roles and give you leadership development opportunities to pursue rewarding careers in the industry. Graduates will understand both marketing and consumer behaviour theory, and have the technical skills required to excel in digital marketing environments.

The MMKG curriculum provides you with the critical analysis and decision-making skills required of marketers today. Learn state-of-the-art digital marketing and research tools and explore new developments in analytics, social media, strategic selling and consumer theory. As a graduate of the MMKG, you will be qualified for meaningful positions in private, public, or non-profit organizations, and equipped with the skills to advance to leadership roles in the future. The capstone of the program is a two-term Marketing Field Project, designed to give you first-hand experience in developing and implementing marketing strategies for an organization. The MMKG program is open to recent graduates from non-business and business degree programs who did not pursue a Marketing specialization, and to business professionals who wish to add marketing to their skill set.

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Throughout your studies, benefit from access to the Career Development Centre (CDC). As Schulich’s in-house team of certified Career Coaches and Industry Advisors, the CDC offers innovative resources, individualized mentoring and coaching to help advance your career. Meet alumni, recruiters and industry leaders at corporate information sessions and other CDC events, and receive online access to the very best career tools available. Obtaining a Master of Marketing degree opens a wealth of career opportunities in marketing, from brand management positions to strategic marketing leadership roles. Connect with leading companies that recruit for marketing roles at Schulich, including Pepsi, Rogers Communications, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, P&G, General Mills and Kraft Heinz.

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FULL-TIME

START DATE

September

COMPLETION

12 months


“ Students will benefit from the opportunity to learn from leading marketing experts, and will gain creative thinking skills required to meet the strategic and analytical challenges of modern marketing.” PROFESSOR M. DAVID RICE Program Director, Master of Marketing

The Schulich MMKG experience provides:

Application

Perspective

Gain first-hand experience developing and implementing marketing strategies for organizations with a two-term Marketing Field Project.

Explore topics that will inform and shape your decision-making, like consumer theory and market research methodology.

Relevance

A Competitive Advantage

Grow your awareness of emerging tools, techniques and platforms affecting marketing leaders’ everyday practices.

Develop unique skills that will distinguish you in the dynamic field of marketing, and that will facilitate exciting career opportunities.

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MASTER OF MARKETING (MMKG)

YOUR MMKG JOURNEY

• Program Orientation

Satisfactory completion of three online courses at anyprep.com

• New to Canada Orientation

Introduction to the Career Development Centre

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• Buddy Program for International Students

FALL TERM

Course Work: • Business Communication & Team Dynamics • Business Decision Making • Marketing Management Common Core Curriculum

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ORIENTATION

Professional Development Activities

PREP COURSES

• Marketing Research • Digital Marketing Strategy


The 12-month Master of Marketing program delivers foundational marketing theory in the context of emerging topics, practices and industry shifts. Students will learn critical research and analytical skills in the classroom, then put them into practice with an experiential marketing field project and co-curricular networking opportunities.

SUMMER TERM

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Financial Decisions for Managers • Consumer Insights

• Creativity & Innovation: Techniques for a Rapidly Changing World

• New Topics in Digital Marketing

• Brand Management

• Marketing Analytics

• Strategic Professional Selling

Marketing Field Project 1: Strategy

Marketing Field Project 2: Implementation

Graduation: October Convocation

WINTER TERM

Just-in-time recruiting

Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship

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Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure

MREI “ The exposure to industry leaders throughout the program was second to none. As guest speakers or lecturers, senior executives spoke candidly about their experience and opinions on a wide variety of topics, offering insights into sides of their businesses that are not regularly discussed.” BEN FOGEL (MREI ’18) Pre-Construction Manager – Civil Division, EllisDon

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Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure (MREI)

Build your career on a solid foundation with a program designed to develop tomorrow’s leaders in real estate and infrastructure. BUILD YOUR CAREER IN AN EXPANDING AND EVOLVING SECTOR Real estate and infrastructure have taken on a new importance as building blocks in today’s global economy, with increasing recognition that successful and sustainable cities are the ecosystems for business formation, innovation, and economic growth. This dynamic coincides with the growing importance of “real assets” in both institutional and individual asset portfolios that is transforming real estate and infrastructure investment and driving increased demand for highly qualified professionals that understand both industries as well as the connections between them. The 12-month Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure (MREI) is the first graduate program in North America to offer courses in both real estate and infrastructure. Explore the linkages between these two dynamic areas of urban development. The comprehensive curriculum integrates business leadership with an industry focus on development, investment and financing. Gain the skills and knowledge to analyze and execute successful real estate and infrastructure projects. The cornerstone of the program is a threeterm leadership development course in which you’ll sharpen your critical thinking skills and develop your own leadership style. Required courses will examine valuation techniques, legal and regulatory frameworks, investment and business structures, sustainability topics, planning and design issues, and the project life cycle. Clarify your professional interests as you dive into specialized topics like real estate asset management and infrastructure investment. In your final term, you’ll have the opportunity to apply theory within a collaborative framework, as you tackle a timely project that 44

embodies real-world social, environmental and business challenges. Benefit from valuable feedback as you present your solutions to a panel of business leaders from within the industry. The MREI’s broad contextual landscape and experiential learning approach equip graduates to make a meaningful impact in this sector. Building upon a decades-long track record of excellence, rigorous theory informs innovative practice in this groundbreaking program. A UNIQUE CO-CURRICULAR EXPERIENCE Lay a foundation for success as you expand your skill set and portfolio with a one-of-akind co-curricular program. Participate in a variety of city and site tours, international case competitions and industry networking events. Challenge yourself at the renowned Developers’ Den case competition, where you’ll collaborate with fellow students to develop imaginative solutions to industry challenges. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE AND INFRASTRUCTURE Build an invaluable network, with the support of the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure, as you benefit from Schulich’s close ties with industry leaders and a tightly-knit alumni community. In addition to one-to-one coaching with industry advisors via Schulich’s Career Development Centre, you’ll enjoy a close working relationship with your instructors who are experts in development, investment management, project finance, project management, urban planning, architecture and law. As an MREI graduate, you will find success in a variety of roles within real estate and infrastructure development, investment, finance and asset management.

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START DATE

September

COMPLETION

12 months


“ This program exceeded expectations in providing leadership development, authentic experiences and industry contacts from which to build my career in this booming business sector.” CLAIRE LIU (MREI ’18) Real Estate Analyst Trolleybus Urban Development

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MASTER OF REAL ESTATE & INFRASTRUCTURE (MREI)

YOUR MREI JOURNEY

Common Core Curriculum

Orientation

ACADEMIC TRACK

FALL TERM

WINTER TERM

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Leadership in Real Estate & Infrastructure I

• Leadership in Real Estate & Infrastructure II

• Real Estate Finance and Investment

• Sustainable Cities: Urbanization, Infrastructure and Strategic Choices

• Development Prototypes

• Structuring Development Transactions

• Changing Landscapes: Historical Perspectives on the Industry • Economic Forces Shaping the City • Partnership Models for Infrastructure Delivery

• The Life of a Project • Financing Large Scale Infrastructure Elective:* • Case Studies in Infrastructure OR: • Real Estate Portfolio Management

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Professional Development Activities

Introduction to the Career Development Centre

CAREER TRACK

Schulich International Real Estate Case Competition

On-campus recruiting

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Just-in-time recruiting

Career coaching, networking events, alumni mentorship


The 12-month Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure equips students with a distinctive combination of subject matter expertise, integrative skills, and industry knowledge necessary for successful careers in both real estate and infrastructure. The program also capitalizes on a strong network of alumni and other industry participants, and offers a wide array of co-curricular activities.

SUMMER TERM

Course Work:

Co-curricular Activities

• Leadership in Real Estate & Infrastructure III

• Perspectives Lecture • Developers’ Den – Schulich’s international real estate case competition

Elective:* • Commercial Real Estate Asset Management OR: • Investing in Infrastructure Students will be encouraged to pursue internships during Term 3 to enhance experience-based learning.

* The sequencing of electives is subject to change.

Graduation: October Convocation

• Creative Workshop

• Participation in external case competitions which may include ULI Hines, NAIOP, MIT, ARGUS University Challenges • Real estate and infrastructure study tour to New York City or other major international cities • Schulich Real Property Alumni Association (SRPAA) events • Industry association networking and conferences • Company visits, guest speakers and site tours • Mentorship support • In-class experiential learning: • Joint Venture Negotiation Simulations with leading lawyers • Creative Workshop Pitch Challenge • Commercial Real Estate Portfolio Management Challenge • Infrastructure Innovation Competition

Career Success Graduates of the MREI are positioned to excel in a wide variety of investment, development and financing positions in real estate and infrastructure related fields. They emerge from the program as highly qualified professionals equipped to contribute and lead in Canada’s largest industry.

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“ Aside from creating lasting relationships, the MREI program developed my understanding that taking measured risks is necessary, that the best solutions take a dynamic team approach, and that boundaries are only the starting point.” ALI ARABSALMANY (MREI ’18)

VP of Operations, Atena Construction Group

Ali Arabsalmany (MREI ’18) VP of Operations Atena Construction Group

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PROFESSOR JIM CLAYTON BA (Queen’s); MA (UWO); PhD (UBC)

Program Director, Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure Professor and Timothy R. Price Chair Director, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure Teaches: Leadership in Real Estate & Infrastructure; Economic Forces Shaping the City “The MREI is a unique, rigorous, multidisciplinary academic program combined with unparalleled exposure to outside learning and networking opportunities. Supported by an active alumni association and deep industry connections, the MREI’s culture of engagement, critical thinking and stakeholder appreciation produces graduates who are ready to make positive contributions in today’s dynamic environment.” PROFESSOR CLAYTON

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Master of Supply Chain Management

MSCM

“ The Schulich Master of Supply Chain Management program will uniquely equip students with the industry knowledge and leadership skills they need to effectively manage continuous change and advance their careers in supply chain management.” PROFESSOR DAVID JOHNSTON BA & MBA & PhD (UWO)

Program Director, Master of Supply Chain Management Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems

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Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

Design global supply chains for tomorrow’s innovative economy. Launching in May 2019, the Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program prepares you for leadership roles in building, managing and changing supply chains. The 39-credit full-time or part-time program develops the analytical and managerial skills needed to find creative supply chain solutions to business opportunities and problems in private, nonprofit, or governmental sectors. True to the cross-functional nature of modern Supply Chain Management (SCM), the program adds value to persons with previous undergraduate degrees in areas such as engineering, economics, healthcare, science, social science, and business. FLEXIBLE STUDY OPTIONS For those currently working in industry, the MSCM is structured to allow part-time enrolment. Students enrolled full-time can finish the program in one year, while part-time students can finish within as little as two years. Certain qualified candidates may be eligible for Advanced Standing, thereby reducing their time in the program.

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INNOVATIVE STRUCTURE The MSCM curriculum combines foundational business knowledge with specific functional courses and their practical application. The program is highly experiential, culminating in a collaborative Supply Chain Consulting Project in which groups explore opportunities for business development and problem-solving for a client organization. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT The program is designed for students who aspire to rapid career advancement from entry level positions in logistics, purchasing, operations and customer service to senior management positions responsible for the end-to-end design and coordination of an organization’s supply chain, such as vice president of supply chain management. Throughout your studies, benefit from access to the Career Development Centre (CDC). As Schulich’s in-house team of certified Career Coaches and Industry Advisors, the CDC offers a wealth of innovative resources, individualized mentoring and coaching to help advance your career. Meet alumni, recruiters and industry leaders from companies that recruit for supply chain roles at Schulich, including Walmart, Labatt, Canadian Tire and Amazon.

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FULL-TIME

START DATE

May

COMPLETION

12 months PART-TIME

START DATE

May

COMPLETION

24 months


“ The SCMA considers this a much-needed initiative that will strengthen Canada’s supply chain profession, enabling intelligent, competitive, and sustainable supply chains capable of driving Canada’s competitive commercial advantage.” CHRISTIAN BUHAGIAR President & CEO, the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA)

The Schulich MSCM experience provides:

Flexibility

Community

Continue working in industry with part-time enrolment options or complete the degree in just one year of full-time study. Enjoy learning in a mixed class cohort, with students from different backgrounds pursuing various study options.

Benefit from a rich culture of engagement, a highly experiential classroom environment and a diverse network of industry connections.

Leadership

Integrity

Tackle complex supply chain challenges by developing your own creative solutions – then learn to deliver results with applied learning courses and a capstone consulting project.

Apply an ethical framework to supply chain issues as you consider the wider context of social and environmental impact.

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MASTER OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (MSCM)

YOUR MSCM JOURNEY

Advanced Standing* (2 Terms)

Full-Time Study Part-Time Study & Mixed Classes

Orientation

ACADEMIC TRACK

TERM 1

TERM 3

Course Work:

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Business Communication & Team Dynamics • Marketing Management

• Supply Relationship Management

• Managing International Trade in Supply Chains

• Design & Management of Organizational Processes

• Coordinating Demand & Supply

• Supply Chain Consulting Project

• Managerial Decision Analysis**

• Strategic Supply Chain Management**

• Managing Change in Supply Chains**

• Financial Decisions for Managers**

• Transportation & Logistics Management**

• Enterprise Information Systems for Supply Chain Management** • Design & Management of Organizational Processes**

**Full-time and part-time students will share classes that are scheduled in the same term.

Full-Time

FALL 2019

Career Development Career coaching, networking events, and alumni mentorship.

Part-Time

SUMMER 2019

CAREER TRACK

TERM 2

Career Development Career coaching, networking events, and alumni mentorship.

Recruitment On-campus and off-campus recruiting by industry leaders.

WINTER 2020

Career Ready!

* Accelerate your degree with Advanced Standing: If you hold a BBA or iBBA degree from the Schulich School of Business, you may be eligible for Advanced Standing in Term 1 of the MSCM program. If you hold a Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Commerce degree obtained within the last ten years from a recognized North American business school, you may request an assessment for Advanced Standing with our Graduate Admissions team. Note that you must have a minimum B grade in all applicable courses. If granted, Advanced Standing would allow you to enter the program at Term 2 in September and complete your degree in eight months (full-time) or sixteen months (part-time).

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Full-Time Part-Time and Mixed Classes

TERM 4

TERM 5

TERM 6

Course Work:

Course Work:

Course Work:

• Business Communication & Team Dynamics

• Supply Relationship Management

• Managing International Trade in Supply Chains

• Marketing Management

SUMMER 2020

• Coordinating Demand & Supply

FALL 2020

• Supply Chain Consulting Project

Part-Time Graduation: June 2021

Full-Time Graduation: June 2020

The 12-month Master of Supply Chain Management offers a cross-functional, experiential and interactive program of study. Students benefit from the diverse perspectives and experiences offered with a mixed class format and a strong co-curricular complement.

WINTER 2021

Recruitment On-campus and off-campus recruiting by industry leaders.

Career Ready!

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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 analytical and presentation skills and master the case method with opportunities to compete around the world.

Discover New Interests and Passions Choose from over 30 student-run clubs and organizations. From mining and investment banking to sustainable enterprise and women in leadership, you’ll have the ability to pursue a broad spectrum of interests alongside your studies.

The Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building Designed by the award-winning international architectural firm Baird Sampson Neuert Architects, the 67,000 square-foot Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building will address the need for increased student study and social space, as well as accommodate growth in new academic programs and modern research facilities. Schulich’s Centres of Excellence, including the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business, the Centre for Global Enterprise, as well as the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure, will be housed in the new Building. This expansion to the Schulich School of Business complex includes many technical features at the forefront of environmental sustainability in North America and will be home to the Deloitte Cognitive Analytics & Visualization Lab.

Team Schulich wins the 2018 Developers’ Den international real estate case competition.

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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Schulich’s annual student-faculty soccer game.


Key Highlights It’s all Right Here for You at Schulich. Join In!

SEPTEMBER

JANUARY

Schulympics

MBA Games

Join a weekend getaway organized by the Graduate Business Council

Meet and compete with other graduate business

(GBC) for canoeing, campfires and fun with your fellow students.

students from top schools across Canada.

OCTOBER

APRIL

Culture Crawl

Graduate Formal

Celebrate your colleagues’ different cultural backgrounds with food, song and performances.

Toast the end of the Winter Term with a night of awards, dining and dancing.

Schulich Celebrates Winning the 2018 MBA Games Team Schulich finished first overall in the three-day competition against 600+ graduate students from 17 schools across Canada.

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Career Development Shape Your Success

The Schulich Career Development Centre (CDC) offers a wealth of innovative programs and resources to help students accelerate their careers and facilitate employment opportunities. Our CDC Advisors are certified career coaches who work closely to help you identify your strengths, determine career objectives and develop a tailored plan to achieve your career goals. Benefit from a variety of resources that have supported consistently high placement rates for graduating students.

Career Workshop Modules

Corporate Recruitment Events

Benefit from skill-enhancing workshops aimed at making you more marketable and career-ready. Resume and cover letter writing, managing your online presence, and mastering the interview are a sampling of the workshops available to you.

Connect with companies such as EY, Deloitte, KPMG, Amazon, IBM, SASTM, Scotiabank, Brookfield Asset Management, Loblaw, TD Canada Trust, and CIBC about career opportunities in their organizations.

Networking Mixers Engage with Schulich alumni and industry specialists at events such as the Asset Management Mixer, Day on Bay and Accounting Mixer. Enjoy breakfast networking events with leaders in Real Estate and Infrastructure, Health Industry Management and Financial Services.

Just-in-Time Recruiting Access job and internship postings from companies around the globe.

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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

30,000 90 active alumni in

countries

Enjoy exclusive access to Schulich’s online alumni community, which includes

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global alumni chapters in

62 countries

As a student, participate in the

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


Jasper Cheung (MBA ’90) President, Amazon.com, Japan Member, International Advisory Council

Laura Michalchyshyn (MBA ’93) Executive Producer, Co-Founder, Sundance Productions Member, Arts, Media & Entertainment Advisory Board

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

Photo: Francis Hills

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NOTABLE ALUMNI ARE LEADING BY EXAMPLE

Bharat Masrani (BBA ’78, MBA ’79, Hon LLD ’17) Group President & CEO, TD Bank Financial Group Member, Dean’s Advisory Council

Kathleen Taylor, CM (MBA/JD ’84, Hon LLD ’14) Chair of the Board, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) & Sick Kids Foundation Member, Dean’s Advisory Council

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Robert R. McEwen, CM (MBA ’78, Hon LLD ’05) Chairman & Chief Owner, McEwen Mining Member, Dean’s Advisory Council


Vincenzo Commisso (MBA ’92) Co-Founding Partner, President & CEO 9 Story Media Group

Janice Fukakusa (MBA ’79, Hon LLD ’16) Corporate Director, Retired Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Member, Dean’s Advisory Council

Andrew Wu (MBA ’89) Group President, Greater China LVMH

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The Toronto Advantage Why Toronto Rocks

Come to Canada to study, and stay to build a life post-degree through favourable immigration pathways. Take advantage of in-house immigration support to plan for your future.

Ranked as the

SAFEST METROPOLITAN CITY IN NORTH AMERICA

RANKED #3 IN THE WORLD

3rd LARGEST Aggregate stock exchange in North America

PWC Cities of Opportunity 2016

One of the most multicultural cities in the world –

Ranks among the top five most livable cities in the world

½ OF TORONTO’S POPULATION WAS BORN OUTSIDE OF CANADA

Economist Intelligence Unit, 2016

Ranked in the

TOP 5 cities in the world to do business

82 76,000

TOTAL BUSINESSES

Companies with over $1 billion in annual revenues

TOP 10 Best cities to live and work Boston Consulting Group, 2014

Source (unless specifically indicated): Invest Toronto

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ACCESS TO THE DOWNTOWN CORE The new Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) York University subway station is located steps from the Schulich building, connecting students to the city’s vibrant core in just 30 minutes. The station offers a safe and convenient way to explore the city of Toronto, get to business networking events after classes, and travel between our Keele (uptown) and Nadal (downtown) campuses.

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Admission Requirements What’s Required to Begin Your Journey

REQUIREMENTS

MAcc

DIAc

Master of Accounting

Diploma in Intermediate Accounting

GPA

B

B

PREREQUISITE COURSES IN HONOURS PROGRAM

Depends on Entry Point

Depends on Entry Point

GMAT/GRE

GMAT or GRE

GMAT or GRE

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2

WORK EXPERIENCE

Recommended but not required

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

2

IELTS: 7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) TOEFL: 100 (minimum 23 on each dimension)

MAY 2019 ENTRY (Term 2)

MAY 2019 ENTRY (Term 0)

Schulich i/BBA CPA stream only

Graduates from non-business degrees or institutions outside of Canada

Round 1*: Dec. 13, 2018 Round 2**: Feb. 28, 2019 SEPTEMBER 2019 ENTRY (Term 1) ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

Business/Commerce Graduates from a Canadian Institution Round Round Round Round

1*: Nov. 30, 2018 2: Feb. 1, 2019 3: Mar. 15, 2019 4**: Apr. 30, 2019

View MAcc Journey Map on pages 6-7 to determine Term of entry. * International students are encouraged to apply no later than Round 2. ** Late applications are accepted pending space availability.

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Round 1: Nov. 1, 2018 Round 2*: Dec. 13, 2018 Round 3**: Feb. 28, 2019 View MAcc Journey Map on pages 6-7 to determine Term of entry. * International students are encouraged to apply no later than Round 2. ** Late applications are accepted pending space availability.


Pursuing a business degree is an important decision. At Schulich, we support you with an application experience that leaves you feeling informed and empowered.

REQUIREMENTS

MBAN

MF

Master of Business Analytics

Master of Finance

GPA

B+

B+

PREREQUISITE COURSES IN HONOURS PROGRAM

Strong Quantitative Background

Calculus, Economics, Statistics

GMAT/GRE

GMAT or GRE

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2

WORK EXPERIENCE

Recommended but not required

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

GMAT or GRE (Waived for CFA Level 1 holders and CPAs)

3

IELTS: 7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) TOEFL: 100 (minimum 23 on each dimension)

MAY 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 1, 2018 Round 2: Dec. 13, 2018 Round 3**: Feb. 28, 2019

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

* International students are encouraged to apply in Round 1. International students are still welcome to apply after this date and will be considered for admission pending space in the program. Please keep in mind that you must have enough time to apply for a study permit if you are granted an offer. **For domestic applicants only.

AUGUST 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 30, 2018 Round 2: Feb. 1, 2019 Round 3: Mar. 15, 2019 Round 4**: Apr. 30, 2019 *International students are encouraged to apply no later than Round 1. International students are still welcome to apply after this date and will be considered for admission pending space in the program. Please keep in mind that you must have enough time to apply for a study permit if you are granted an offer. **For domestic applicants only. Late international applications may be accepted pending space availability.

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Admission Requirements (continued)

REQUIREMENTS

MMgt

MMKG

Master of Management

Master of Marketing

GPA

B+

B+

PREREQUISITE COURSES IN HONOURS PROGRAM

N/A

N/A

GMAT/GRE

Not Required

Not Required

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2

WORK EXPERIENCE

Not required; no more than two years of full-time, post-graduate work experience

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

(at least 1 academic reference)

(at least 1 academic reference)

Not required, but strong internships or prior work experience recommended

IELTS: 7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) TOEFL: 100 (minimum 23 on each dimension)

SEPTEMBER 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 30, 2018 Round 2: Feb. 1, 2019 Round 3: Mar. 15, 2019 Round 4**: Apr. 30, 2019

SEPTEMBER 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 30, 2018 Round 2: Feb. 1, 2019 Round 3: Mar. 15, 2019 Round 4**: Apr. 30, 2019

Applicants holding a BBA, iBBA, BAS, BCom, HBA, or BAcc are not eligible for the Master of Management program, but may apply for the Schulich MBA once they have acquired the work experience that is necessary for MBA admission. Graduates of these programs may be eligible for Advanced Standing in the MBA.

* International students are encouraged to apply no later than Round 2. **Late applications are accepted pending space availability.

* International students are encouraged to apply in Round 1. International students are still welcome to apply after this date and will be considered for admission pending space in the program. Please keep in mind that you must have enough time to apply for a study permit if you are granted an offer. **For domestic applicants only. Late international applications are accepted pending space availability.

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MREI

MSCM

Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure

Master of Supply Chain Management

GPA

B

B+

PREREQUISITE COURSES IN HONOURS PROGRAM

N/A

N/A

GMAT/GRE

Not Required*

Not Required

ESSAYS

2 video, 2 written, 1 timed written

REFERENCE LETTERS

2

2

WORK EXPERIENCE

2-5 years strongly preferred

Not Required

REQUIREMENTS

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

IELTS: 7.0 (minimum 6.5 on each dimension) TOEFL: 100 (minimum 23 on each dimension)

SEPTEMBER 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 30, 2018 Round 2: Feb. 1, 2019 Round 3: Mar. 15, 2019 Round 4: Apr. 30, 2019 * International students are encouraged to apply no later than Round 1.

ADMISSIONS DEADLINES

(at least 1 academic reference)

MAY 2019 ENTRY Round 1*: Nov. 1, 2018 Round 2: Dec. 13, 2018 Round 3**: Feb. 28, 2019 * International students are encouraged to apply in Round 1. International students are still welcome to apply after this date and will be considered for admission pending space in the program. Please keep in mind that you must have enough time to apply for a study permit if you are granted an offer. **For domestic applicants only. Late international applications are accepted pending space availability.

* Revised GRE/GMAT policy for Fall 2019 entry (pending York University Senate approval): Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE), are not required upon submission of your application. However, submission of these test scores: • Is optional should you wish to provide further evidence of academic potential. • May be requested by the Admissions Committee if further evidence of academic performance is required. Global Reach. Innovative Programs. Diverse Perspectives.

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Financial Aid Invest in Your Future

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.

$2 Million in Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries

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.

Loans for International Students To learn more about funding opportunities for international students, please visit: schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid/loans

Additional Financial Aid Contact Us Email: finaid@schulich.yorku.ca schulich.yorku.ca/financial-aid

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• Support for case competitions • Partnerships with:


Tuition Fees Please note that tuition fees for 2019 and beyond have not been set. Below are 2018-2019 fees.

All fees are in Canadian dollars

MF MBAN MSCM

Cost Per Term* 2018 – 2019 TOTAL TUITION** (Approx. based on 3 terms)

MAcc MMgt

Cost Per Term* 2018 – 2019 TOTAL TUITION** (Approx. based on 3 terms)

Cost Per Term* 2018 – 2019

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Canadian Citizen, Landed immigrant, Permanent Resident

Visa/Study Permit

$ 19,930 (MF, MBAN or MSCM, Full-time) $ 9,965 (MSCM, Part-time)

$ 25,470

$ 59,800

$ 76,400

$ 9,920 (MAcc or MMgt, Full-time)

$ 18,020

$ 29,800

$ 54,100

$ 13,320 (Full-time)

$ 25,470

$ 39,960

$ 76,400

$ 18,540 (Full-time)

$ 24,220

$ 55,600

$ 72,700

MMKG TOTAL TUITION** (Approx. based on 3 terms)

Cost Per Term* 2018 – 2019 MREI TOTAL TUITION** (Approx. based on 3 terms)

* All fees are subject to change. ** Total tuition fees are approximate and vary with start date and program length. Please consult the Schulich School of Business website. Total tuition fees listed above include an estimated $450 per term ancillary and student referenda fee. For supplementary fee information please refer to the Student Financial Services website: sfs.yorku.ca/fees/courses

Cost of Living LIVING EXPENSES IN TORONTO1 (1 Term) Books/Course Materials

$

Rent (On Campus)

$ 5,000

Food

$ 1,500

2

Personal Expenses

750

$ 1,000

Health Insurance (UHIP + GSA coverage)

$ 450

APPROXIMATE COST PER TERM

$ 8,700

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The chart above (all figures are approximations) is intended as a budget guide for students studying full-time at the Schulich School of Business. Costs are listed in Canadian dollars. This does not include tuition fees, for current tuition fees please contact the financial aid office directly. 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 at additional rates. Health/Drug/Dental plan rates are subject to change. Please visit health.gov.on.ca for details on Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) coverage (for domestic students only). Subtract UHIP cost (approximately $225) for domestic student total average cost. 1 2

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NEXT STEPS

Acquire the skills and credentials you need for the career you want. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SCHULICH 1. Visit us online: schulich.yorku.ca 2. Join us for an in-person on online information session, or on campus at an open house event. Register at: schulich.yorku.ca/events

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3. Meet one-to-one with our admissions team, in person, on the road or online to discuss your profile. Register at: schulich.yorku.ca/grad-inquiry


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