Master of Management in Retailing (MMR)

New Masters Program at the Bensadoun School of Retail Management

The Master of Management in Retailing (MMR) provides students with the tools they need to respond to the rapidly changing & increasingly complex global business environment.

Master of Management in Retailing

The McGill-Bensadoun School Master of Management in Retailing (MMR) degree is a 16-month specialized program (12 months for those with extensive retail experience) to prepare future leaders in the ever-evolving field of retail with a strong emphasis on experiential learning.

The MMR program is designed to address the growing needs of companies (especially those in fashion, food, intelligent mobility, and media/hospitality) for well-rounded creative and analytical leadership in retail.

The emphasis of the program will be on learning how to solve managerial problems–using state-of-the-art data analytics tools and creative and design thinking to make optimal organizational decisions in a variety of managerial settings.

Who is the program best suited for?

The MMR is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in any discipline, with a strong interest in the emerging field of retail and some analytical and computer acumen.

The MMR is a pre-experience program, therefore no prior work experience is required. Preference will be given to candidates with retail experience, although it is not required.

The McGill Retail Innovation Lab (MRIL)

The McGill Retail Innovation Lab (MRIL)

The MRIL offers omni-channel retail activities in a ‘live and open’ setting and fosters collaborations between interdisciplinary & inter-faculty academics & key players in retail, emerging technologies and start-ups.

Bensadoun School Instructors

Meet the Bensadoun School Instructors

Professors at the McGill University's Bensadoun School of Retail Management are renowned for their research excellence, innovations in teaching, and receiving recognition from international peers.

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Updated: 2020/03/26

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