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.
In today's global economy, managers are faced with rapid technological changes. The Desautels Faculty of Management's Operations Management area seeks to help today's manager meet this challenge through the development of enhanced decision-making processes. The Operations Management area places special emphasis on statistical, mathematical, and economic analysis. This area also encompasses the formal modeling of decision-making problems in different fields found in the critical processes associated with the design, production, and distribution of goods and services.
The McGill Finance Area is internationally recognized for its high quality research and innovative teaching. It offers programs leading to Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD degrees.
The Finance Area provides an academic environment where collegiality, service, and excellence in the profession are valued and cherished. Our Area members help students on many issues, ranging from course selection to supervision of independent study and doctoral research.
Research in Marketing
Marketing provides insights into customer needs, ideas for developing new products, and strategic plans for profitably launching these products in a competitive marketplace.
Welcome to the Information Systems' area website. The objective of this website is to provide students with insight into the Faculty's most cutting-edge program. To facilitate, we have divided the website into various sections:
What is Strategy and Organization and who are we?
The Strategy and Organization Area focuses on research and teaching that addresses the strategies and structuring of organizations, the process by which strategies form and change, their social determinants, and the relationship between organizations and their economic, political, social and natural environments. We study and teach management from a holistic and integrative perspective to understand important real-life phenomena as well as theory-building.
The MMM program draws on the resources and facilities of McGill University in general and on the Faculties of Engineering and Management in particular.
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:
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