Goodman School of Business MBA

Brock University, St. Catherines, Ont.

The Goodman MBA program places a strong emphasis on a practical approach to management. The full-time program offers optional paid co-op terms, giving students a chance to make connections within their industry while linking classroom theory to real-world problems.

The school’s part-time program provides the perfect alternative for those already in the workforce and looking to enhance their existing skill set. Each semester is comprised of one or two weekly on-campus courses, and students can choose whether they would prefer to attend classes in the daytime or the evening.

Goodman also offers an MBA program specifically tailored for international students. The international student pathway covers the same curriculum as the standard program but places an emphasis on language and communication skills through a one-month course in English for the business world. Individuals in this program take their classes separately to increase their chances of success.

Many Goodman students complete an exchange in the first semester of their second year at partner institutions like China’s Shanghai University, Germany’s EBS Universität and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.

In an effort to create the perfect program fit for each student, individualized recommendations are provided so each student can develop a curriculum that meets their interests and needs.

This year, students are able to participate in an accelerated courses pilot project, which will allow them to complete an entire course in a week. And this fall, the new Goodman School of Business building will add 29,000 square feet of new space and create new teaching space for the program.

Full-Time: 16 months

Part-Time: 48 months

Work Experience: 2 years 

Cost: $30,250

Cost (International): $64,717

Incoming Full-Time Enrolment: 48

Incoming Part-Time Enrolment: 13

Female Students: 43%

International Students: 48%

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