Business : Program Requirements
MBA 510 (1.5)
MBA 515 (1.0)
MBA 520 (1.5)
MBA 530 (1.5)
MBA 535 (1.5)
MBA 540 (1.0)
MBA 544 (1.0)
MBA 550 (1.5)
MBA 553 (1.5)
MBA 555 (1.0)
MBA 560 (0.5)
MBA 514 (1.0)
MBA 570 (1.0)
MBA 576 (1.0)
MBA 500 (3.0)
MBA 546 (1.0)
MBA 552 (1.0)
MBA 585 (0.5)
MBA 586 (0.5)
MBA 596 or 598 (3.0)
MBA 511 (1.5)
MBA 512 (1.5)
MBA 513 (1.5)
MBA 561 (1.5)
MBA 562 (1.5)
MBA 563 (1.5)
MBA 588 (1.0-7.5)
MBA 590 (1.0-3.0)
MBA 595 (0.5-5.0)
MBA 596 (3.0)
MBA 598 (3.0)
MBA 510 (1.0)
MBA 515 (0.5)
MBA 520 (1.0)
MBA 530 (1.0)
MBA 535 (1.0)
MBA 540 (1.0)
MBA 544 (1.0)
MBA 550 (1.0)
MBA 553 (1.0)
MBA 555 (1.0)
MBA 560 (0.5)
MBA 514 (1.0)
MBA 570 (0.5)
MBA 576 (0.5)
MBA 500 (2.0)
MBA 546 (1.0)
MBA 552 (1.0)
MBA 585 (0.5)
MBA 586 (0.5)
MBA 596 or 598 (3.0)
MBA 509 (1.0)
MBA 564 (1.0)
MBA 590
(1.0-3.0)
MBA 595
(0.5-5.0)
MBA 596 (3.0)
MBA 598 (3.0)
Students complete all MBA coursework excluding the Specialization and MBA 560. Students will also normally be waived from MBA 576 and the international project component of MBA 501.
MBA 596 (3.0)
MBA 598 (3.0)
Students enrolled in the JD+MBA double degree program must submit two formal applications for graduation when registering in their final Summer or Winter session. Graduation application forms are available on "My Page". Application deadlines are July 15 for the October graduation (November convocation) and December 15 for the May graduation (June convocation).
Double-degree students complete all MBA course work excluding the Specialization in the first three terms of their program. Students will also normally be waived from MBA 576 and the international project component of MBA 501. Normally, students will then transfer to the Faculty of Engineering to complete MEng course work and Graduate Seminar requirements. The major project requirement for both programs will be satisfied with the successful completion of a single project, MBME 598, jointly supervised by the Faculty of Business and either the Department of Mechanical or Electrical and Computer Engineering. Completion of all required Engineering course work will also be credited as fulfillment of the MBA specialization module requirements.
Double-degree students complete all MBA course work excluding the Specialization in the first three terms of their program. Students will also normally be waived from MBA 576 and the international project component of MBA 501. Normally, students will then transfer to the Department of Computer Science to complete MSc course work requirements, consisting of CSC 595 and 7.5 units of other courses. The major project requirement for both programs will be satisfied with the successful completion of a single project, MBMS 598, jointly supervised by the Faculty of Business and the Department of Computer Science. Completion of all required Computer Science course work will also be credited as fulfillment of the MBA specialization module requirements.
MGB 510 (1.0)
MGB 512 (1.0)
MGB 516 (1.0)
MGB 519 (1.0)
MGB 525 (1.5)
MGB 520 (1.5)
MGB 530 (1.5)
MGB 540 (1.5)
MGB 550 (1.5)
MGB 560 (1.5)
MGB 535 (1.0)
MGB 536 (3.0)
MGB 537 (1.5)
MGB 570 (2.0)
MGB 583 (1.5)
MGB 180 (1.0)
MGB 181 (1.0)
MGB 182 (1.0)
* Students will take two of MGB 520, 530, 540, 550 and 560 according to the track they are assigned to by the MGB Program Director.
ENTC 510 (1.5)
ENTC 520 (1.5)
ENTC 530 (1.5)
ENTC 540 (1.5)
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Dissertation proposal and presentation
Once the Dissertation Proposal Committee is satisfied that the dissertation proposal meets the standards of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and of the Gill Graduate School of Business, candidates will begin their dissertation research.
Once the dissertation is nearly ready to be defended, the candidate’s dissertation supervisor will assemble a Dissertation Defense Committee to assess the quality of the work. The Dissertation Defense Committee will be made up according to policies as determined by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Once the Committee is satisfied with the dissertation, candidates will then defend the dissertation in a public oral examination as per the requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
These will be determined by the PhD Program Director and the student’s PhD Supervisor.
A student’s progress will be reviewed periodically by the PhD Advisory Group in consultation with the student’s supervisor. In cases where performance is below the required standard, a plan for improvement will be developed between the PhD Program Director and the student, if there is mutual agreement that the student is to continue pursuing PhD studies. Continued financial support is contingent upon satisfactory progress as assessed by the PhD Program Director.