When Abram Chan started thinking about what he wanted to do after finishing his psychology undergraduate degree two years ago, an MBA came to mind.
... A few examples here at home: York University’s Schulich School of Business in Toronto offers a health industry management program, as well as another that specializes in real estate. MBA students who attend the Alberta School of Business in Edmonton can specialize in natural resources energy and environment, technology commercialization and international business. McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal offers joint programs in business and law so students can earn two professional degrees, while the Queen’s School of Business in Kingston just recently launched a specialized master of management analytics program so a new generation of business people can make sense of the piles of corporate data that continually pour in.
Read full article: The Globe and Mail, August 27, 2013