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Masters Programs

Choose your future

Whatever your career path, there's a Rotman master's program for you. Those early in their professional careers may prefer the full-time program, while those at mid- to senior-levels may prefer the Morning or Evening MBA, executive or global executive MBA programs.

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MBA Programs

Pursuing an MBA is a life-changing decision. Consider three dimensions: timing, location and focus. The #1 MBA school in Canada, Rotman is located near Toronto's financial district and offers a variety of formats to meet your schedule and learning goals.

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Master of Finance

Earn your Master of Finance while you work. Become a future finance leader. Accelerate your career with a 20-month Master's program designed for working professionals.

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Master of Management Analytics

The field of management analytics is evolving at a fast pace. For recent graduates looking to break into this exciting field, the Rotman School of Management introduces its Master of Management Analytics (MMA). The MMA is designed to give you the advanced data management, analytic, managerial and communication skills needed to become an analytical professional in just nine months.

Master of Financial Risk Management

Master of Financial Risk Management

The Master of Financial Risk Management is an intensive full-time, 8-month program designed to prepare you for in-demand careers in risk management and trading.

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Joint and Combined Degrees

Rotman has partnered with University of Toronto professional faculties of law and engineering, as well as disciplines such as political science and environmental studies, to create joint and combined degree programs to serve a range of career paths.

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