An educational leader in financial services and IT
Widely acknowledged as a world-class business school, the Schulich School of Business at York University is home to innovative programming, global orientation, diverse students, and exceptional faculty. Reflecting the dynamism of Canada’s business scene, the school has pioneered cutting-edge programs in financial services, information technology, and international strategy, among others.
The Kellogg-Schulich partnership, formed in 2002, is the first cross-border Executive MBA Program in Canada. Its faculty includes scholars of distinction who bring a global perspective to teaching and draw from their experience in business, government, and the nonprofit sector.
Sample global electives offered at Schulich
Mergers and Acquisitions addresses the fundamental questions pertaining to corporate control as well as strategic and organizational considerations that arise when corporations change ownership. Topics covered include the motivations behind mergers and acquisitions; valuations models and legal aspects of domestic and international transactions; activities leading to negotiations; and organizational, HR, and operational issues related to integration.
Enterprise IT Strategy, Governance and Leadership is designed for executives who are interested in strategic IT issues or participate in decision-making that affects IT. It focuses on the effective management of capabilities generated from IT, rather than the systems themselves.