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In-course Scholarships:

Gary and Wendy Balter Scholarship in Management

Established in 2000 by Gary J. Balter, B.Com. 1979, DPA 1980 and Wendy Balter, B.Com. 1980, for an outstanding undergraduate student who has completed at least one year of a B.Com. program. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Desautels Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee. Preference will be given to students majoring in Financial Accounting and who are residents of Montreal.
Estimated value: $2,000.

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Economic Policy Management (EPM) Program (1994-2001)

Senegalese fishing community of Mauritania.


Our faculty members conduct research on a variety of issues related to Accounting.

Members of the Accounting disciple are also actively involved in two research centres. Learn more about the Business and Management Research Centre.

Contact Accounting

For general inquiries on the Accounting discipline, please contact:

Desmond Tsang
Accounting Area Coordinator

Desautels Faculty of Management
McGill University
1001 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1G5

Tel: 514-398-5417
Email: desmond [dot] tsang [at] mcgill [dot] ca


Management courses

MMM Students are required to take 10 courses at the Desautels Faculty of Management. These courses can be categorized into four groups each serving a different objective.

Managing Resounces and Value Creation are MBA core courses, which expose the student to different functional areas of business administration at an introductory level.

Data, Models and Decisions is developed specifically for the MMM Program and provides the students with the fundamentals of operations research and statistical analysis.

Course projects

Course projects are required elements in some of the academic courses. Typically they are studies of present or historical activities, or problems into which companies would like some insight, analysis or proposed solutions. Teams of two to four students spend about 20 to 40 hours each on research and compilation of reports.

Participant benefits

Students pursuing the MMM program will realize numerous benefits during their course of studies as well as in their professional life upon graduation. Students will: