Business Programs & Curriculum

Goodman School of Business




Business Programs & Curriculum

The Goodman School of Business has 3000 current students in both our undergraduate and graduate programs. Our students develop their intellectual, social, and emotional capabilities by studying a wide range of relevant business topics and applying their classroom knowledge to real business case studies, club involvement, part time jobs, and community volunteer experience. Recruiting at Goodman will give you access to professional, enthusiastic, and dedicated students and new graduates who are eager to contribute to your organization.

 

Undergraduate Programs:
Bachelor of Accounting (BACC): Students complete up to 20 months of work experience for the CPA designation.
 
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA): Students combine case study analysis with theory and application across 10 areas of concentration: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, human resources, information systems, international business, marketing, operations/supply chain, public administration.
 
Dual Degree: Students study for 2.5 years at Brock and 1.5 years at EBS Business School in Germany and receive two internationally recognized degrees - the BBA from Brock and the BSc in Management from EBS Business School.
 
Graduate Programs:
Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Business Administration - International Student Pathway (MBA-ISP): Students bring a strong integrative and practical approach to management. Specialization areas include general management, accounting, marketing, human resources, and finance.
 
Master of Accountancy (MAcc) and International Master of Accountancy (IMAcc): Students complete courses in all aspects of accounting and bring an integrative and comprehensive understanding of accounting to your business. Collaboration and teamwork are at the core of the Goodman MAcc program.
 
Master of Science in Management (MSc): Students focus on highly specialized research in areas of accounting, finance, marketing, management science, and organizational studies.
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