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Beedie School of Business – Simon Fraser University - Part-Time MBA

Beedie School of Business Part-Time MBA Program Structure

The 24-month Simon Fraser part-time MBA program, unlike the other programs at the Segal Graduate School of Business, is held at the Surrey, Canada campus. The program is designed much like the full-time program, aside from the internship conclusion of the program, only extended from 12 to 24 months. The class has a maximum occupancy of 52 students.

Curriculum

After completing the required “refresher” courses, students officially begin the program in December at a one-night on-campus event, meeting with other students and faculty members. Students from the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration program are introduced the following semester, in May, during a two-day event.

The first semester of the program, from January to April, features three days of Business Ethics courses, 12 evenings of Managing People & Organizations courses, and 12 evenings of Financial & Managerial Accounting courses. The summer semester, the second of the program, features 12 evenings of Sustainability courses and 12 evenings of Business Analytics courses.

The first fall semester features six evenings of Special Topics in Business courses, six evenings of Business and Indigenous Peoples courses, and 12 evenings of Managerial Finance courses. In addition, a three-day Business and Indigenous Communities experiential learning project occurs during the fall semester. A three-day Business Innovation and Creativity project occurs in the second spring semester, with 12 evenings of Marketing Management classes, and 12 evenings of Entrepreneurship classes.

The second summer semester features 12 evenings of Managing Information Systems classes, 12 evenings of Operations Management classes, and a three-day Negotiations project. The final fall semester features 12 evenings of Managerial Economics classes, 12 evenings of Business Strategy classes, and the final three-day Leading Self and Others project.

Class Profile

Fifty-two students are enrolled in the part-time Simon Fraser Beedie MBA class. These students are, on average, 35-years old, have 12 years worth of work experience, four years of management experience, and a GMAT of 600.

Career Statistics

The average post-graduate annual salary for Beedie part-time MBA grads is $106,244 CAD.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The current tuition rate for domestic students of the Simon Fraser part-time MBA program is $41,200 CAD. Textbooks and other materials cost an estimated $2,200 CAD, and student fees are an additional $2,500 CAD. A $2,000 CDN fee is required to hold a spot in the program after earning acceptance. An additional $250 CAD fee is required for the Business and Indigenous Communities experiential learning project.

Federal and private loans may vary, depending on the origin of the applicant. Most international applicants are subject to private loan options.

Admissions

Prospective applicants must have an accredited Bachelor’s degree with at least a 3.0/4.33 (B) GPA, or a 3.33/4.33 (B+) GPA in the last 60 credits of undergraduate coursework. Four years of work experience is required. The GMAT is required, with a minimum score of 550. The GRE is also accepted, with a minimum score of 150 required for each section. A competitive GMAT average is at least 600 and the GRE average is about 310.

Applicants that have completed the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (GDBA) may be able to have some courses waived for the program. In addition, those that had completed the GDBA with a GPA of 3.5 or more can waive the GMAT requirement.

Applicants to the Simon Fraser part-time MBA program must also submit the following:

• A completed application
• Official transcripts
• Two letters of reference
• Application fee of $90 (Canadian residents) or $125 (International residents)
• Resume
• GMAT/GRE scores (if needed)
• Proof of English proficiency (if needed)

Application deadlines are as follows:

Round One – June 26, 2019
Round Two – August 28, 2019
Final Round – Oct. 16, 2019

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