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SMBA Curriculum


  • First-year: Core business curriculum integrates the impact of disruptive technology in business decision making
  • Second-year: Advanced level business courses that integrate disruptive technology and the triple bottom line approach to lead your organization to success
    • Integrate technology and sustainability in client projects and experiential fieldwork
    • Develop strong skills that you need to differentiate yourself
    • What you learn today, you can apply tomorrow in your job


1st TERM (August to October)

MGMT 500 - Business Policies, Operations and Organizations
ACCT 500 - Financial Accounting*

2nd TERM (November to January)

ACCT 610 – Managerial Accounting and Control
IS 602 – Management of Information Systems

3rd TERM (February to April)

IS 601 - Quantitative Methods for Managerial Decision Making
MKTG 500 - Marketing Concepts*

4th TERM (May to July)

FIN 501 – Financial Management Concepts*
MKTG 661 - Seminar in Marketing Policies

5th TERM (August to October)

FIN 600 - Seminar in Business Finance
MGMT 647 - Seminar in Strategic Management

6th TERM (November to January)

HRM 652 - Seminar in Human Resources Management
GBA 600 - Sustainability and the Business Organization 1


7th TERM (February to April)

8th TERM (May to July)


NOTE: The five-course sequence of GBA 600, 601, 690, 699 and MKTG 667, is designed to introduce and strengthen business knowledge through an integrative teaching approach.  The courses are team taught by experts in accounting, microeconomics, marketing, strategy, and finance while integrating technology and corporate sustainable development practices across each of these functional areas. The sequence includes two client projects. These projects address a business problem with technology and sustainability integrated into the business solutions. These course introduce the concept of sustainable development through Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Microeconomics, and Corporate Strategy while continuing the integration of Technology across the entire curriculum.