Your path to success
The UBC MBA program teaches the very latest in theoretical and applied knowledge by integrating an innovative curriculum with new technologies and pioneering teaching methods.
Our program is built on the following critical business skills that form the DNA of the UBC MBA curriculum. The following themes are not only taught as individual courses, they are also woven throughout the whole program.
- Decision Making
- Global Issues & Macroeconomics
- Ethics & Sustainability
- Leadership Development
To delve deep into an area of expertise, students choose from one of the following career tracks within the one year MBA program.
Spanning disciplines, perspectives and cultures, Business Strategy modules develop your managerial decision-making skills; including integrated case days, client presentations and internships or entrepreneurial projects.
What you'll learn
Gain a broad base of business knowledge
Gain insights into how successful managers solve diverse issues
Develop the critical thinking and decision-making skills to prepare you for leadership roles
Your choice of two experiential learning options
Work with companies as a strategic consultant.
Entrepreneurial or industry project
Create a detailed business plan for a new venture, or identify new business opportunities.
Foundation courses cover general business management, so that you'll build an understanding of everything from accounting to marketing to finance.
Gain a strong grasp of managerial accounting concepts and understand how to interpret financial statements to evaluate a company’s performance.
Intro to finance
Learn core finance principles, including how to identify appropriate (and inappropriate) uses of funds, how to value cash flows and investments in physical assets, and deal with time and uncertainty in financial decision-making.
Understand how you can personally impact change through influencing and motivating others, in order to become a better leader.
Learn to develop marketing strategies through market segmentation, marketing plan development and profitability assessment of products and services.
Learn how products and services are successfully produced and delivered through effective supply chain management.
From understanding how the forces of supply and demand lead to market outcomes, to the study of production and costs, you will gain a framework that fosters logical thinking about economic problems.
Our program is built on five critical business skills that form the DNA of the UBC MBA curriculum. The following themes are not only taught as individual courses, they are also woven throughout the whole program.
Create solutions unimagined by others, by developing your innate creativity and a desire to do things better.
Gain the analytical and critical thinking skills valued by employers.
Global issues and macroeconomics
Be able to intelligently address large economic subjects—from government policy and inflation to unemployment, central bank policy, and global trade.
Ethics and sustainability
Become equipped to respond to a wide array of social, ethical and environmental issues that foster an ethical and sustainable business culture.
Learn how to align people with a cause and empower them to achieve more. Inspire others to exercise their own power and be responsive, rather than reactive.