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Welcome to the Goodman School of Business at Brock University, one of the larger business schools in Canada. As an AACSB accredited school, Goodman is recognized internationally for its high standards. Our faculty members are respected scholars, carrying out quality research, while ensuring that our students receive an outstanding education.
In addition to the Goodman School’s commitment to outstanding research and teaching, it is our focus on experiential learning that is particularly important in differentiating us. To enhance the strong classroom experience at Goodman we encourage our students to take advantage of an array of opportunities. Our co-op programs for business students, the largest in Canada, offer the chance to gain valuable work experience as part of your degree. Our service learning initiatives are also growing steadily with over 1000 students taking part in classroom supervised community projects. With over 40 partner schools around the world, our students can experience a different culture while adding to their global business education. Leadership opportunities are plentiful in the form of student clubs and competitions.
At Goodman, experience makes the difference. Our students leave Goodman prepared to contribute to the business world with confidence. I invite you to experience the difference at the Goodman School of Business.
Don Cyr, Dean, Goodman School of Business
Don Cyr is the Dean of the Goodman School of Business responsible for leading the Business School and overseeing operations. Dr. Cyr is also a Professor of Finance at Goodman where he teaches courses in corporate finance, international finance and investments. Dr. Cyr carries out research in all of these areas and has consulted and provided specialized training for a number of organizations. He holds an MBA, a Masters degree in Economics and a PhD in Finance. He is the recipient of a number of teaching awards and has authored several professional training programs for the investment industry.