Master of Business Administration in Technology Leadership

Master of Business Administration in Technology Leadership

Discover the MBA program designed for tech leaders of the future.

With a constantly refreshed curriculum and a focus on real-world, experiential learning, the Schulich Tech MBA prepares the next generation of change makers to win in an era where every company is a tech company.

This 16-month (4-term) full-time program includes guaranteed workplace internships, direct exposure to industry leaders in Toronto’s thriving tech scene, and career support. Students will tackle current technology challenges through case studies, simulations, guest lectures, and a capstone integrated field study project. The Tech MBA Advisory Council guides the curriculum’s continuous innovation, reflecting market challenges and opportunities.

The Tech MBA curriculum includes 37.5 credits of core courses designed to equip students with a common set of capabilities necessary for effective management in the tech sectors.

In addition to foundational core courses, students have the opportunity to complete 6.00 credits of electives, allowing for deeper exploration in a particular area of interest.

In term 3, students will participate in a Venture Studio project where they will learn leading product design, management strategies and frameworks for high-growth potential technology firms. Students will explore how those strategies and frameworks connect directly to the investments placed by Venture Investors seeking to scale tech firms.

Term 4 includes a Mandatory Graduate Placement. Through the placement experience, students will build upon, practice and reflect on key learnings and build relevant experience for their career post-graduation. A minimum of 12-weeks, full-time work is required to complete this Graduate Placement.

Students are eligible for graduation upon their successful completion of 49.5 credits.

Degrees Offered

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

For details on degree components and admission requirements, please visit the program website.

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