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John Molson School of Business – Concordia University - Part-Time MBA

John Molson School of Business Part-Time MBA Program Structure

The 45-credit (15 three-credit courses) MBA program at the John Molson School of Business can be taken in both a full-time or a part-time format. The curriculum options and formats are nearly identical, with the major difference being how long students can take to complete the entire program. Classes meet on mornings, afternoons, evenings, and some weekends. The full-time version can be completed from 16-24 months, while the part-time version can take three-to-four years.

Curriculum

Prior to the start of the program, students must complete and online on-ramp primer course to help them prep for the months ahead. The first official part of the program begins with the completion of 10 core courses, which totals 30 credits. The latter stage of the program features more elective and experiential coursework, which comprises of the final 15 credits needed to graduate. Certain experiential coursework experiences can account for either three or six credits each.

Specialization options include: business analytics; entrepreneurship and family firms; people and organizations; consulting and strategy; globalization; and experiential learning. Electives options include: accounting; finance; management; marketing; supply chain & BTM; and experiential learning activities, such as community services initiatives. With approval of the MBA Program Director, students can also undertake up to 12 credits worth of courses at other graduate schools, or as part of the international exchange program.

Class Profile

The current class of the John Molson School of Business MBA program features 40 percent female students and 40 percent international students. The class is, on average, 28-years old and students have an average work experience of 6 years.

Career Statistics

An estimated 96 percent of the most recent graduating class earned employment in Canada.  Twenty-two percent of graduates entered the tech industry while 12% gained work in manufacturing and transportation each. The rest of the graduates entered a variety of other industries including consulting, energy and hospitality.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The estimated tuition and fees for the John Molson School of Business part-time MBA program are $6,750 CAD for Quebec residents. Non-Quebec residents from Canada pay $15,000 CAD.

Scholarships and funding options may vary for domestic and international students. More details can be found here.

Admissions

In order to apply to the John Molson School of Business part-time MBA program, applicants must a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0, two years of work experience, and a GMAT score of at least 580. They must also submit:

• A completed application
• Transcripts
• A resume
• A Statement of Purpose
• Three letters of reference
• GMAT scores
• Proof of residency
• English proficiency test results (if necessary)
• $100 CAD application fee

Strong candidates must also complete a video interview as part of the admission process.

Application deadlines are as follows:

Canadians & Permanent Residents:

  • Fall: Round 1: March 1* (for scholarship considerations, applications must be complete with all supporting documents by March 1)
  • Fall: Round 2: May 1
  • Fall: Round 3: June 1 
  • Winter: October 1 for January entry 

International (Study Permit) applicants:

  • March 1 for September entry (Fall Term)
  • June 1 for January entry (Winter Term)

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