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Business Administration Co-op, M.B.A.


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Specific Program Information


Length: 28 months (typically 4 academic terms alternating with 3 paid work terms)

Number of courses: 20

Program specific requirements: Although work experience is an asset, it is not a requirement for domestic applicants interested in the co-op MBA program. Applicants who meet the academic requirements will be required to take part in a behaviour based interview. *

This program is for you if you are a recent graduate with little or no work experience, or if you are interested in changing directions in your career and want to gain experience in a new field.

International Students


International applicants who have at least one year of full-time continuous professional, managerial or technical work experience may also apply for the co-op option. There are a limited number of spots available for international students.

Co-op Students


As a co-op student, you will receive intensive career development assistance through DeGroote’s Centre for Business Career Development (CBCD). One-on-one coaching and skills development programs will prepare you for high-level co-op positions and career success when you graduate.

MBA Courses


In addition to the elective courses listed, students in Year 2 who wish to take graduate courses in other departments of the University as part of their MBA program may do so provided they secure approval from the particular department concerned and the Manager, MBA Programs, DeGroote School of Business.

Graduate students not registered in the Faculty of Business may enroll in MBA courses only with the prior approval of the Faculty of Business and their home department. Enquiries should be directed to the Manager, MBA Programs, DeGroote School of Business.

Year 2 Courses


Human Resources and Management


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