Are you the right fit?
The Master of Management Analytics is a practical degree designed for quantitatively strong students who have recently completed undergraduate studies.
Applicants must meet the following criteria
1. Undergraduate degree:
Four-year degree in a relevant degree such as, but not limited to, Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Engineering, Physical Science, Economics or Commerce.
Minimum mid-B average (3.0 on the U of T Scale) is required across courses in the final year. It is expected that the GPA of those admitted into the program will be higher than the minimum.
GPA’s are be calculated on the first undergraduate degree. If you have taken additional courses past graduation, or graduate studies those will be considered overall for your application but will not be used for your GPA calculation.
If you studied outside of Canada, consult the School of Graduate Studies’ site for GPA Conversion.
2. Quantitative proficiency:
Evidence of a high level of proficiency (a GPA of at least 3.0) in quantitative courses that cover subjects such as Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Statistics or Econometrics is required.
3. Computational proficiency:
Demonstrated proficiency in computer programming. This may be demonstrated through academic history, projects, work experience or extra-curricular activities.
4. English language proficiency:
Applicants must demonstrate the ability to communicate in English in one of the following ways:
a) An undergraduate or graduate degree from a university at which the language of instruction and examination was English
b) Satisfactory performance on a standardized English Language Test. Minimum TOEFL score of 100 is required, with a minimum of 22 in both writing and speaking, or a minimum IELTS Academic Test with a score of 7.0 with at least 6.5 across all bands.
If you have studied at an English-language university outside of Canada, official confirmation of English as the language of instruction and examination from your university will be required.
5. Two academic references:
Two recommendation forms must be completed online by your referees. While both references should be academic, applicants who are applying with some work experience are welcome to submit one academic and one professional reference. We encourage you to have at least one reference from a professor who has taught you in a quantitative course.
6. Online application (includes one written essay, two video questions and one real-time written response):
The application fee is $195 CAD.
7. Admission interviews
All candidates who are admitted to the program will be interviewed. Interviews are by invitation only.
If you have any questions about your application, feel free to contact our recruitment and admissions team.