MBA (Business Administration)
The Sprott MBA delivers a high quality management education with the choice and flexibility to fit your program to your individual goals. This full-time program streams with an integrated core curriculum, complemented by specialization in one of five concentrations. You can view those concentrations by clicking here. The Sprott MBA core courses cover a cross-section of business disciplines to give you a foundation of integrated knowledge and skills needed to identify and solve complex management problems.
Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Data Science (Business Analytics) are also available. Please note that the International Development Management concentration does not offer the specialization in African Studies.
The MBA internship program has provided placements for candidates to work with companies like Deloitte, CBC and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. Read this story about MBA students and their internships.
Sprott also offers an MBA for working professionals who wish to continue in their careers while completing an MBA. With courses delivered every other weekend, students will be able to balance work and life demands with their coursework. Course offerings reflect the current needs of organizations and market trends. Please note that there are no concentrations offered for the Professional MBA (MBA). Click here for more information.
Entry term for the MBA and PMBA
Located in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, provides access to an unparalleled international network of government departments, global enterprises, NGOs, embassies and high commissions. Many career opportunities are just down the road.
The Sprott School of Business strongly recommends that domestic candidates submit their applications before May 15 for domestic students in order to be considered for admission to the Fall term. Applications may be considered until July 31 only if space remains in the program. International candidates must submit complete applications before March 1.
Only domestic part-time candidates will be considered for admission to the Winter term.
- Arts Management
- Business Analytics
- Financial Management
- International Business
- International Development Management
- Management and Change
- You may also choose no concentration and build your own program.
The Sprott School of Business is accredited by AACSB International – the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master’s and doctorate degrees in business and accounting. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than five per cent of the world’s business programs.