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Program Structure

In just 32 months, the Rotman Morning & Evening MBA programs will dramatically expand your potential to become a high-value decision maker in the global economy.

The Morning & Evening MBA programs take approximately 32 months to complete. The duration of the programs can be reduced should you opt to take additional elective courses during the designated academic terms.

Orientation and pre-courses are held in mid-August. The first two terms begin with an intensive week, after which core classes are held two mornings per week, from 7:00 to 8:59 a.m. or two evenings per week, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 or 9:30 p.m. 

In the second half of the program when you have completed your core courses, you have the choice to specialize in the career path you choose with a range of electives, including those taught during regular working hours. You will also have the opportunity to participate in international study tours at the end of your core courses, in your second and third years.

No exemptions are given for courses completed toward another undergraduate or graduate degree. At Rotman, we offer a full and transformative educational experience, without shortcuts or compromises.

Morning & Evening MBA Course Schedule

Note: Course schedule is subject to change as the School’s innovative curriculum evolves.

First Year: Orientation & Core Courses

Orientation: mid/end of August

Intensive Week 1: August
Business Problem Solving: A Model-Based Approach
Managerial Negotiations

Fall term: September–December
Managerial Economics
Financial Accounting
Leadership Development Practicum

Intensive Week 2: January
Leading People in Organizations
Business Ethics

Winter and spring terms: JanuaryApril
Finance I: Capital Markets & Valuations
Statistics for Management
Leadership Development Practicum

Summer term: May–August
Finance II: Corporate Finance
Managing Customer Value (continued next term)
Economic Environment of Business
Leadership Development Practicum

Second Year: Core Courses & Electives

Fall term: September–December
Managing Customer Value (continued)
Operations Management
Managerial Accounting
Leadership Development Practicum

Intensive Week 3: early January
Strategic Management

Winter and spring terms: January–April
Two elective courses
Leadership Development Practicum

Summer term: mid-May–August
Two elective courses
Leadership Development Practicum

Third Year: Electives

Fall term: September–December
Two elective courses
International exchange opportunity
Leadership Development Practicum

Winter and spring terms: January–April
Two to three elective courses
International exchange and/or study tour opportunity
Leadership Development Practicum

Convocation: June
Get set for a great future!

Note: Students are required to complete eight elective courses.

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