Rotman has partnered with University of Toronto professional faculties of law and engineering, as well as disciplines such as political science and environmental studies, to create joint and combined degree programs to serve a range of career paths.
The first degree in Canada to combine engineering and an MBA, the Skoll BASc/MBA program at the University of Toronto provides you with an opportunity to gain business experience and contacts, managerial skills, and facility with emerging technologies. You are able to graduate in just a few years' time, while leveraging the strengths of two of the strongest degree programs in Canada.
Today's competitive business environment demands leaders who are flexible and global in orientation. At the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law and Rotman School of Management, the JD/ MBA program combines business and law education to give you the knowledge, insights and leadership skills you need to transform your future.
The healthcare and life sciences sector demands a new generation of professionals who can address the innovations transforming this $8-trillion global industry. The MD/MBA combined degree program is designed for a select group of medical students with leadership potential and an appetite for driving change.
Today's competitive business environment demands leaders who are flexible and global in orientation. At the University of Toronto's Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Rotman School of Management, this joint degree program combines business and pharmacy education to produce the leaders organizations need to win in healthcare today.
The combined MGA/MBA program provides students with an opportunity to integrate a truly international approach and perspective into their study of business and bring a business perspective to the study of global affairs.
The collaborative specialization in Environmental Studies is offered through the Centre for Environment (CFE) at the University of Toronto. Graduate students admitted to a home department (i.e. Rotman School of Management) can apply to the collaborative specialization and pursue course work and research in environmental areas.
The collaborative master's degree specialization in Asia-Pacific Studies contributes to the development of an integrated and interdisciplinary research community in Asia-Pacific Studies at the University of Toronto.
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