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TD Management Data and Analytics Lab

Collect and analyze big data. The TD Management Data and Analytics Lab is a key asset in our mission to become a leader in the field of management analytics.

The TD Management Data and Analytics Lab is a key element of the Rotman School’s mission to become a leader in the field of management analytics. A one-of-a-kind interface that facilitates the assembling, storage and management of big data, the lab empowers its users to create and manage new data sets, and derive actionable insights from them using new programming languages and analytic tools. Drawing on data from both private and public sources, the lab will be an invaluable resource to students of the MMA program.

You can find more information about how students engage with the lab, along with the labs other activities on the TD Management Data and Analytics Lab web pages.

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Key Facts

Duration

  • 9 months, full-time

Intake

  • August, one intake per year

Tuition fee (2019 entry)

  • Domestic = $41,400 CAD
  • International = $64,580 CAD

Employment rate

  • 93% (Class of 2019, within three months of graduation)

Ranking

  • #1 in Canada
  • #8 in North America
  • #17 in the world

QS World University Rankings: Masters in Business Analytics Rankings 2020

 


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The Rotman MMA is an AI-related master's program recognized by the Vector Institute as delivering a curriculum that equips its graduates with the skills and competencies sought by industry.

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