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University of Ottawa Telfer School of Management

Ottawa, ON
Academics & Programs

University of Ottawa Students Say...

Located in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, the Telfer School of Management offers “a great place for learning with such a dynamic environment.” Students are drawn to the “triple accreditation” (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS) and the fact that the school is “bilingual” meaning the “MBA [is] available in... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

55 Laurier Avenue East, Room 4160

Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

Canada

Phone: 613-562-5884

Fax: 613-562-5164

Website

Curriculum / Academic Overview
Academic Calendar: Aug-Aug
Degrees Offered: MBA (12 months full time, 2 years hybrid program), MHA-Master of Health Administration (16 months full time or 28 months part time), Executive MBA (21 months), MSc in Management (24 months), MSc in Health Systems (24 months)
Joint / Combined Degrees Offered: MBA/JD (MBA and Law) (40 months)
Concentrations: Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Administration, JD/MBA - Dual Degree
Study Abroad Options: Australia (UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY UTS , UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA & MONASH UNIVERSITY), Austria (UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA), China (CITY UNIVERSITY HONG KONG, SKEMA BUSINESS SCHOOL & THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG), Denmark(COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL (CBS)), France (KEDGE Business School, NEOMA Business School - Campus de Rouen, GRENOBLE ÉCOLE DE MANAGEMENT, AUDENCIA NANTES – SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, NEOMA Business School - Campus de Reims & ESSEC Business School), Germany (UNIVERSITY OF PADERBORN, UNIVERSITY OF MANNHEIM,WHU - Otto BEISHEIM SCHOOL of MANAGEMENT& EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL – EBS), Hungary (CORVINUS UNIVERSITY OF BUDAPEST), Ireland (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN - UCD & UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK - UCC), Italy (CARLO CATTANEO UNIVERSITY — LIUC), Korea (YONSEI UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS), Mexico (ITAM - Instituto Tecnologico de Autonomo de Mexico & ITESM-MONTERREY CAMPUS), The Netherlands (Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA)& TILBURG UNIVERSITY), New Zealand (AUKLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (AUT)), Norway (NHH - NORWEGIAN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS), Singapore (NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY), Spain (ESCP EUROPE – MADRID CAMPUS), Switzerland (UNIVERSITÉ DE GENÈVE & UNIVERSITÉ DE LAUSANNE), Sweden (LUND UNIVERSITY & UPPSALA UNIVERSITY), Thailand (THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY & CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY), United Kingdom (UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON & STRATHCLYDE BUSINESS SCHOOL) and USA (UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST-LOUIS).
Online Course Catalog: http://www.mba.uOttawa.ca
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Faculty

Total Faculty
84
Academic specialties of facultyURL
Business Analytics and Performancehttp://ibm-cbap.telfer.uottawa.ca/
Sustainability
Courses in Sustainability: Yes
Sustainability course is: Optional
Description: MBA6298B Business Opportunities Arising from Environmental Issues (1.5cr.) This course identifies business opportunities for Cleantech and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies resulting from environmental issues, with a focus on climate change. It addresses new business opportunities in established companies as well as in start-ups. First, it covers clean energy and the Ontario “Feed in Tariff” program. Then it addresses how ICT products can be made more energy efficient, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions and also reducing dollar costs. Finally it brings together clean energy and IT, by identifying business opportunities associated with Smart Buildings and Smart Grid. MBA6295I Seminar: Social and Environmental Sustainability (1.5cr.) Introduction to the concept and benefits of social and environmental sustainability at the operational and strategic levels within organizations. The focus of the course is on how an organization can engage in, benefit from and report on activities that demonstrate social and environmental sustainability, and how sustainability can be aligned with organizational strategy. It identifies three levels at which an organization can be sustainable and provides examples of how to achieve the highest level. Each year the course will focus on a current environmental or social issue and students will have the opportunity to address other areas as per their individual interests. This is a “how to” course from a corporate perspective. MBA 6297B New Business Models For Sustainability (1.5 cr.) The transition to a sustainable society involves new sustainable businesses including net zero energy houses, energy efficient campuses, solar energy systems, waste-to-energy technology or hydrogen-powered cars. To gain wide acceptance, they must address change management challenges in the form of existing legislation, established regulations, municipal zoning regimes, obsolete standards and codes, established practices and limited availability of skilled manpower. This course shows how these barriers to innovation and change can be overcome with new business models such as novel financing tools e.g. green mortgages, special incentives, shared ownership arrangements, feed-in tariffs for solar and renewable energy, new fiscal instruments such as a carbon tax, novel service arrangements, and new design and governance models for municipalities and regions. Students will have the opportunity to select a technological challenge or business opportunity and explore the institutional barriers that need to be addressed for successful deployment.
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Academic Support Services Offered
Non-US Student Support Groups:Yes
Description:http://www.international.uottawa.ca/en/index.html
Academic Prep Programs for Incoming Students:Yes
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Degrees / Programs

  • Academic Experience Rating:
    85
  • Part Time Program:
    Yes
  • Evening Program:
    Yes
  • Executive MBA:
    Yes
  • Online MBA:
    No

Faculty

  • Total Faculty:
    84
  • Female Faculty:
    32%
  • Minority Faculty:
    56%

Academic Services Offered

  • Academic Prep Programs:
    Yes
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