Winter Schedule

Goodman School of Business




Winter Schedule

Please note that you must register for the listed section only. Other sections of these courses are reserved for students in the MBA (ISP).  All of the following courses are offered in Duration 3 (Winter). 

MBA Course Listing Winter 2014

Course/
Section

Title/
Instructor

Day

Time

 Room

MBAB 5P05
Sec 03

Marketing Management
Prof. T. Barker

Tuesday

1100-1400

TA 207

MBAB 5P06
Sec 03

Accounting for Decision-Making II
Prof. B. Sainty

Monday

1800-2100 (new time)

TA 207

MBAB 5P07
Sec 03

Operations Management
Prof. M. Kusy

Wednesday

1400-1700

TA 207 

MBAB 5P09
Sec 03

Management Information Systems
Prof. A. Ayanso

Monday

1400-1700

TA 207

MBAB 5P22
Sec 03

Global Business
Prof. S. Deng

Wednesday

1900-2200

TA 207

MBAB 5P21
Sec 01

Business Strategy
Prof. W. Helms

Thursday

1100-1400

TA 207

MBAB 5P21
Sec 02

Business Strategy
Prof. M. Voronov
Wednesday 1900-2200 TA 260

MBAB 5P23
Sec 01

Entrepreneurship
Prof. K. Saffu

Thursday

1900-2200

TA 207

MBAB 5P24
Sec 01

Business Law
Prof. M. Donnelly

Friday

1400-1700

TA 207

 

Accounting Electives

 

 

 

MBAB 5P34
Sec 01

Managerial Accounting II
Prof. D. Bay (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P31)

Wednesday

0800-1100

TA 204

MBAB 5P36
Sec 01

Financial Accounting III
Prof. F. Liu (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P35)

Tuesday

1900-2200

TA 204

 

Finance Electives

 

 

 

MBAB 5P44
Sec 01

Derivative Instruments
Prof. W. Ben Omrane (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P08)

Wednesday

1900-2200

TA 260

MBAB 5P45
Sec 01

International Finance
Prof. U. Pyo (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P08)

Tuesday

0800-1100

TA 207

MBAB 5P46
Sec 01

Portfolio Management and Alternative Investments
Prof. R. Makken (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P42)

Tuesday

1400-1700

TA 207 

 

Human Resource Management Electives

 

 

 

MBAB 5P54
Sec 01
Compensation Management
Prof. D. McPhee (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P04)
Monday 1900-2200 TA 260
MBAB 5P56
Sec 01

Recruitment and Selection
Prof. A Kanar (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P04)

Monday 1100-1400 TA 207
  Marketing Electives      

MBAB 5P61
Sec 01

Marketing Strategy
Prof. P. Yannopoulos (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P05)

Tuesday

1100-1400

TA 260

MBAB 5P63
Sec 01

International Marketing
Prof. F. Sun (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P05)

Monday

1900-2200

TA 204

 

General Electives

 

 

 

MBAB 5P93
Sec 02

Project Management
Prof. K. Klassen (PRE-REQ: MBAB 5P02 and 5P07)

Wednesday

1400-1700

TA 204

**NOTE: We are offering a pilot elective PROJECT MANAGEMENT in Winter 2014.  This course will show on a transcript as Research Project IV. Here is the course description:

Concepts and techniques for managing projects. Role of the project manager, strategic issues, resource allocation, conflict management, risk management, planning, budgeting, scheduling and controlling projects.

Not sure what you need to take? If you have questions, please let us know in writing through the Questions and Answers section of the Graduate Portal.

NOTE FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS: Required courses are cycled into the evenings approximately every two years. If you would like assistance in preparing a program plan that helps you meet your goals, please contact us through the portal https://portal.bus.brocku.ca for an appointment.

Do you wish to have a specialization noted on your MBA degree? You will take a total of six electives in your MBA program. If you take five or more courses in the same field (i.e. marketing or finance), the specialty field will appear on your degree. Otherwise, your degree will say MBA [without any specialty].

IMPORTANT NOTE - Students entering the MBA in 09/10 or later who want to specialize in marketing will be required to take five marketing electives including 5P61, 5P62 and 5P64 or 5P65.

Looking for other options? Consider an independent study elective (MBAB 5P91, 5P92, 5P93) under the supervision of a faculty member. The student is responsible for finding an appropriate and willing supervisor. The project itself can take many forms as long as it contains about 120 hours of work. All project proposals must be approved by the faculty supervisor and the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs. Be sure to submit your completed independent study proposal form no later than January 15, 2014.

In rare cases, it is also possible for graduate students to take a fourth year undergraduate courses as an elective. Check the undergraduate timetable for possibilities and contact Bryan with your preference. He will assess the feasibility of your request at that time.