The Université de Moncton is the only French-language university in New Brunswick and the largest francophone university outside of Quebec. It offers an MBA program in two different streams: a regular program and a co-op option. (An English-language stream of the program is currently suspended.)
For the co-op, students complete two 15-week placements during the two-year degree. After completing the placement, participants submit a report to the faculty on what they have learned.
The regular MBA can be taken either full-time or part-time. The full-time program is completed over 24 months and does not include work experience as a prerequisite for applicants; it begins in September. The part-time program is completed over a period of five years. It is possible to take the part-time MBA entirely online.
Students complete a set of mandatory courses in topics ranging from accounting to financial management to marketing. These courses are supplemented by electives on managing customer relationships, small and medium-sized businesses and financial markets.
For students wishing to combine business and law, the school offers a joint MBA and JD (juris doctor).
Université de Moncton’s Faculté d’administration boasts a faculty of 10 members. Throughout the year, the school facilitates social activities, allowing students and faculty to mix.
Full-Time: 24 months
Part-Time: 5 years
Work Experience: Not required (full-time), 2 years (part-time)
Cost (International): $20,843
Incoming Full-Time Enrolment: 27
Female Students: 35%
International Students: 59%
Specializations: Combined MBA/JD