We recognize that a changing business landscape is the norm, and we aspire to lead it.
We teach our students to think entrepreneurially, to seek innovative solutions and to aim for global success.
Our research seeks solutions to local challenges while also striving for impact and relevance on a global scale.
Our hands-on, real-world approach is interwoven with foundational business theory, affording a diverse educational experience. We guide by answering the learning needs of our students and alumni at all stages of their careers through our research, our teaching and our engagement with the broader community.
Improve our curricula to ensure our programs are aligned with industry needs.
In Fall 2022, we launched new undergraduate programs following a rigorous review of all of our undergraduate courses. This review led to core courses being revised for the new programs.
We’ve also undertaken a review of our graduate programs and are currently working toward implementing exciting program improvements.
We’re actively engaged in enhancing the student experience and engaging the broader community through our centres, which support improvements in our programs by offering students and practitioners opportunities for learning, skills development and growth outside of the traditional curricula.
Equip our building with spaces and technology to foster a rich, inclusive and effective learning environment.
In 2022, we combined a little-used office and study room to create the Ramea Room, a wheelchair accessible study room for students.
Also in 2002, we refurbished an outdated technology space to create a new graduate student lounge.
Foster a working environment that amplifies the capacity of employees to perform effectively and efficiently as they pursue individual and organizational goals, and support employees in continually developing skills and knowledge specific to their roles.
We’re undertaking an employee satisfaction survey in Fall 2023, the results of which will inform and guide our actions in supporting our employees.
- Nov. 20: Shine bright
Innovative ideas win top prizes at competition for women and gender-diverse students
- Sept. 20: From here to career
Business faculty offers students career guidance with portal, workshops
- Sept. 27: ‘Inspirational location’
Social Changemaker Space to cultivate generation of socially inspired leaders
- Aug. 29: Exploring futures in tech
Memorial program offers career insights for post-secondary students
- July 14: Environmental innovators
Memorial teams win national climate competition
- July 7: Champion of care
Centre for Social Enterprise receives national award
- March 24: Startup support
Mel Woodward Cup invests $40,000 in student entrepreneurs
- Sept. 22: International innovations
Student, med-tech partnership to help explore U.K. markets
- Sept. 8: ‘Place we can call our own’
Business building renos support accessibility and learning
- July 20: ‘Invaluable experience’
Business students to benefit from Harlow Campus’s position in U.K. Innovation Corridor
- March 24: Startup support
- Mel Woodward Cup invests $40,000 in student entrepreneurs
- March 3: The next Verafin?
Program seeking experts and real-world business challenges
- Feb. 10: Top business school
Faculty renews global accreditation for third time
- Feb. 3: Change-agents
Internships help MBA-SEE graduates launch meaningful careers
- Dec. 16: Unlocking entrepreneurship
MCE steps up recruitment of women and non-binary students
- Dec. 15: Launch forth
First companies graduate from Social Ventures Incubator
- Dec. 5: 'Uncharted waters'
Faculty offers new course on business of cannabis
- Oct. 13: Business revitalization
Curriculum redesign aims to cultivate business professionals of tomorrow
- March 26: Funding boost
Mel Woodward Cup invests $40,000 in student-led hearing loss, health tech companies