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Business | Beedie School of Business Simon Fraser University Calendar | Summer 2019

Executive MBA

Master of Business Administration

The executive master of business administration (EMBA) program is for experienced, mid to upper level managers and professionals seeking the confidence and ability to drive a business strategically at the senior management level with the most current and innovative management practices. 

The EMBA utilizes a cohort model where students complete courses in the same sequence, and student interaction and co-operation are emphasized. Study groups and project teams are an important aspect of the learning experience. Program options include EMBA, the EMBA Americas Stream, the Indigenous Business and Leadership Cohort, and occasionally Community Cohorts.

EMBA Americas Stream 

Students may choose to apply to the EMBA Americas stream for their second year in the EMBA program. Students completing all EMBA Americas stream requirements receive a Graduate Certificate in Business in the Americas in addition to the MBA degree. EMBA Americas stream classes are taught as intensive sessions in partnership with three other institutions at their campuses: Owen Graduate School, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA; ITAM, Mexico City, Mexico; FIA, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and one intensive session at Simon Fraser University. Courses in the EMBA Americas stream provide a greater emphasis on international management, and a capstone applied project is required. Students will also participate in company visits and workshops on local cultural and business practices in each of the four participating countries. 

EMBA in Indigenous Business and Leadership

The EMBA in Indigenous Business and Leadership (IBL) provides the EMBA cohort experience for Indigenous community leaders, those working in Indigenous businesses or economic development corporations, or working in organizations with significant involvement with First Nations communities. Students remain with the same cohort throughout their EMBA studies. Course delivery will be customized to accommodate the more diverse regional nature of the participants.

Community Cohorts

The EMBA may also be offered as a regional cohort program situated in communities throughout Canada. Community cohorts follow the EMBA requirements while utilizing customized programming and delivery depending on regional needs. Courses from other SFU graduate business programs, or special topic courses, may be substituted at the discretion of the academic director. The location and theme of a community cohort will vary, and remains at the discretion of the academic director. Classes are normally scheduled in intensive formats at the program location.

Applicants should also refer to the program website located at http://beedie.sfu.ca/graduate/Executive-MBA/.

Admission Requirements

Applicants must satisfy the University admission requirements as stated in Graduate General Regulations 1.3 in the SFU Calendar. Admission into this program is competitive; meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (CGPA) and a minimum of ten years of business experience. Exceptional managers (as determined by career progression and responsibilities relative to EMBA peer group) who have a CGPA lower than a 3.0/4.33 (B) in their undergraduate degree, or lack a formal degree or professional designation, but have other outstanding qualifications may be admitted into the program. Applicants will also be assessed on volunteer and/or community experience, other achievements, and letters of reference. Only shortlisted candidates will be interviewed.

Program Requirements

This program consists of core course requirements for a minimum of 56 units. Courses from other SFU graduate business programs, or special topic courses, may be substituted for courses below at the discretion of the academic director.

EMBA students complete a minimum of 56 units from the following

BUS 602 - International Management (4)

Will examine the international context of business including global trends in international trade, analyses of emerging markets, strategic alliances, and the human, cultural and ethical issues arising from doing business abroad. Equivalent Courses: MBA602.

BUS 603 - Structure and Change in Organizations (4)

This course applies contemporary organizational theory to the managerial challenges of entrepreneurial, corporate, public sector and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of organizational structure and change, adapting the organizations to their changing environment, and articulating alternate plans for organizational survival (and where possible, growth). Equivalent Courses: MBA603.

BUS 606 - Finance (4)

Provides a solid grounding in the principles of business finance. Students are introduced to important financial tools and gain an appreciation of how business decisions impact financial performance and shareholder value. Equivalent Courses: MBA606.

BUS 607 - Strategy (4)

Analysis of strategic issues affecting the success of the total enterprise and its sub-units. The course includes industry analysis, internal analysis of the core competencies and value chains that enable corporate and business level strategies, the evolution of strategy and how that occurs in different environments and organizational types, and implementation issues organizations face when enacting strategies. Equivalent Courses: MBA607.

BUS 610 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (2)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 611 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (4)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 612 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (4)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 615 - Marketing (4)

Apply the fundamentals of marketing management including understanding competitive rationality, why competitive advantage needs to be managed as a process, and the creation and evaluation of customer equity. Learn how to formulate and implement offering, pricing, placement and marketing communication strategies that will lead to growth and competitive advantage. Students who have taken BUS 637 and BUS 638 may not take this course for further credit.

BUS 621 - Information Technology and Organizational Transformation (4)

A seminar format will be used to discuss the concepts and frameworks essential to the effective management of information technology. Our focus will be on the strategic role that information systems play in organizations, their structure and components, and various perspectives on how to plan and manage this technology. Equivalent Courses: MBA621.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Andrew Gemino
Fr, Sa 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Fr, Sa, Su 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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BUS 632 - Operations Management (4)

Focuses on the processes by which goods and services are produced and the impact of operations on corporate strategy and elements in the value chain. Students with credit for MBA 632 may not take this course for further credit.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Sudheer Gupta
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Sa 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sa 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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BUS 635 - Operational Finance (2)

Provides a thorough understanding of the basics of finance and the application of financial frameworks for better managerial decision-making based on financial statements.

BUS 636 - Corporate Finance (2)

Provides a solid grounding in the basics of Corporate Finance, its principles and importance in capital structure issues. Corporate Finance issues are primarily the responsibility of senior management or corporate boards and require strategic high-level understanding that includes knowledge of capital budgeting, cost of capital, valuation, LBO structure, dividend policy and IPO.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Jerome Gessaroli
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sa 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
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BUS 637 - Marketing Management (2)

Provides an understanding of marketing management through the articulation and application of the fundamentals of marketing management, competitive rationality and creation & valuation of customer equity as well as managing competitive advantage as a process.

BUS 638 - Marketing Strategy (2)

An examination of how knowledge of an organization's customers, competitors and collaborators as well as its competencies enable those who direct marketing strategy to decide on the organization's target markets, and in turn formulate and implement offering, pricing, placement and marketing communication strategies that will lead to growth and competitive advantage.

BUS 639 - Financial Statement Analysis (2)

Provides an understanding of the linkages between financial statements such as annual reports and prospectuses including the three principal financial statements (balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement) and how useful information about a company can be extracted from them.

BUS 640 - Managerial Accounting (2)

Provides theoretical and practical knowledge of how to use accounting information for strategic planning and decision making from a variety of stakeholder perspectives.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Peter Tingling
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Fr, Sa, Su 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
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BUS 641 - Cross Cultural Management (2)

Focuses on the ability to understand the influence of crossing national and cultural boundaries on organizations and on organizational practices. Special emphasis will be placed on the management of people and groups in international organizations.

BUS 642 - International Competitive Strategy (2)

Focuses on building global competency and management skills needed to develop strategies, design organizations, and manage the operations of companies whose activities span national boundaries.

BUS 643 - Entrepreneurship (2)

An overview of entrepreneurial thinking and action important to entrepreneurs or persons who want to exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit, including: opportunity discovery; entrepreneurial strategy and implementation; and innovation in the context of uncertainty, ambiguity and risk.

BUS 644 - Entrepreneurial Finance (2)

Provides a thorough understanding of how venture capital works and what an entrepreneur or potential investor in start-ups needs to know about business plans, opportunity assessment, valuation, financing, structuring and due diligence.

BUS 646 - Managing Innovation (2)

Addresses the theory and practice of the management of innovation in order to improve the innovative capacity of a firm, including strategy and tools to help firms create and capture value from innovation under conditions of technology and/or market uncertainty.

BUS 647 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (4)

Facilitates the understanding of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship by providing conceptual tools which can be used to launch and run a business as a startup or within an existing company.

BUS 648 - Indigenous Business and Communities (2)

Focuses on the matters involved when businesses are operating, or intend to operate, in the traditional territories of First Nations or other Indigenous Peoples. Cases where Indigenous relations were significant factors in the success or failure of businesses or major products will be examined, and a sense of potential challenges and opportunities with regard to Indigenous engagement will be explored.

BUS 649 - Corporate Responsibility (2)

A holistic view of corporate responsibility encompassing the social, ecological, and economic responsibilities of organizations. Integrative approaches will be used to learn about topics such as philosophies of corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability, sustainable business models, corporate transparency and reporting, embedding corporate responsibility into organizational cultures, and responsible leadership.

BUS 650 - Business Ethics (2)

Examines the rising interest, relevance and importance of business ethics to both effective managers in the firm and to efficient administrators in government and not-for-profit organizations.

BUS 651 - Managerial Economics (4)

The application of modern microeconomic theory to problems of managerial decision-making. The importance of both economic models and quantitative applications are explained. Topics include demand, cost and productivity analysis; the analysis of market structure and firm strategy, international competition and trade; organizational economics; and the analysis of risk, uncertainty and information. Equivalent Courses: MBA651.

BUS 652 - Special Topics in Business Administration (3)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 653 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 654 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 655 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

BUS 660 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 661 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 662 - Negotiations (2)

Negotiation is the art and science of securing agreements between two or more parties that are interdependent and who are seeking to maximize their outcomes. The central issues of this course deal with understanding behavior of individuals, groups and organizations in the context of competitive situations. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

BUS 663 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 664 - New Ventures (4)

The challenge in business today is to move away from functional silos and adopt an innovative, cross-functional approach to problem-solving. Consistent with this challenge, our focus will be on entrepreneurship, or the "pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled".

BUS 681 - Leadership and Teamwork (4)

Leadership theory, interpersonal relations and group dynamics in organizational life, and the development of perceptual and communication skills in small groups. Equivalent Courses: MBA681.

BUS 689 - Special Topics in Business Administration (3)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 691 - Business, Community and Government (4)

Examines the rationale for and nature of government intervention, and the impact of public policies on business. Students with credit for MBA 691 may not take this course for further credit.

BUS 699 - Orientation Retreat (0) *

An intensive 3-day program of experiential activities to develop knowledge, skills, and strategies for success in a team-based learning environment. This course is graded on the satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Prerequisite: Admission to the EMBA program.

* BUS 699 is a prerequisite for all courses in this program

EMBA Americas Stream

Students in the EMBA Americas stream complete the same curriculum in first year as EMBA students. In second year, EMBA Americas stream students complete all of

BUS 607 - Strategy (4)

Analysis of strategic issues affecting the success of the total enterprise and its sub-units. The course includes industry analysis, internal analysis of the core competencies and value chains that enable corporate and business level strategies, the evolution of strategy and how that occurs in different environments and organizational types, and implementation issues organizations face when enacting strategies. Equivalent Courses: MBA607.

BUS 641 - Cross Cultural Management (2)

Focuses on the ability to understand the influence of crossing national and cultural boundaries on organizations and on organizational practices. Special emphasis will be placed on the management of people and groups in international organizations.

BUS 662 - Negotiations (2)

Negotiation is the art and science of securing agreements between two or more parties that are interdependent and who are seeking to maximize their outcomes. The central issues of this course deal with understanding behavior of individuals, groups and organizations in the context of competitive situations. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

BUS 696 - Applied Project (6)

Students will undertake a strategic firm analysis or public policy analysis (public sector students). Students may undertake other types of projects with permission of the academic director.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G400 Mark Selman
Mo, Tu, Su 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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G500 Dara Kelly
Mo, Tu, Su 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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And special topics courses taken at the partner universities

FIA

BUS 660 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 661 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

ITAM

BUS 660 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 661 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

Vanderbilt

BUS 660 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 661 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

EMBA in Indigenous Business and Leadership (IBL)

Students in the EMBA IBL cohort complete a minimum of 56 units from the following

BUS 603 - Structure and Change in Organizations (4)

This course applies contemporary organizational theory to the managerial challenges of entrepreneurial, corporate, public sector and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of organizational structure and change, adapting the organizations to their changing environment, and articulating alternate plans for organizational survival (and where possible, growth). Equivalent Courses: MBA603.

BUS 606 - Finance (4)

Provides a solid grounding in the principles of business finance. Students are introduced to important financial tools and gain an appreciation of how business decisions impact financial performance and shareholder value. Equivalent Courses: MBA606.

BUS 607 - Strategy (4)

Analysis of strategic issues affecting the success of the total enterprise and its sub-units. The course includes industry analysis, internal analysis of the core competencies and value chains that enable corporate and business level strategies, the evolution of strategy and how that occurs in different environments and organizational types, and implementation issues organizations face when enacting strategies. Equivalent Courses: MBA607.

BUS 610 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (2)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 611 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (4)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 612 - Directed Studies in Business Administration (4)

Individual study with a faculty member. The course outline must be approved by the graduate program committee.

BUS 615 - Marketing (4)

Apply the fundamentals of marketing management including understanding competitive rationality, why competitive advantage needs to be managed as a process, and the creation and evaluation of customer equity. Learn how to formulate and implement offering, pricing, placement and marketing communication strategies that will lead to growth and competitive advantage. Students who have taken BUS 637 and BUS 638 may not take this course for further credit.

BUS 616 - Philosophy of Management (4)

Provides a basis for understanding the ethical and epistemological dimensions of working with varying cultural frameworks in relation to business.

BUS 621 - Information Technology and Organizational Transformation (4)

A seminar format will be used to discuss the concepts and frameworks essential to the effective management of information technology. Our focus will be on the strategic role that information systems play in organizations, their structure and components, and various perspectives on how to plan and manage this technology. Equivalent Courses: MBA621.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Andrew Gemino
Fr, Sa 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Fr, Sa, Su 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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BUS 632 - Operations Management (4)

Focuses on the processes by which goods and services are produced and the impact of operations on corporate strategy and elements in the value chain. Students with credit for MBA 632 may not take this course for further credit.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Sudheer Gupta
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Sa 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sa 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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BUS 633 - Topics in Sustainability (4)

Challenges and opportunities for businesses are explored through a holistic view of sustainability encompassing the ecological, social, and economic responsibilities of organizations in relation to implications for Indigenous and related businesses.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G400 Rick Colbourne
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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BUS 634 - Policy and Governance (4)

Examines Indigenous legal principles and values as resources for decision-making, with governance facilitated through the conscious adaptation and creation of Indigenous law in a contemporary business context.

BUS 637 - Marketing Management (2)

Provides an understanding of marketing management through the articulation and application of the fundamentals of marketing management, competitive rationality and creation & valuation of customer equity as well as managing competitive advantage as a process.

BUS 638 - Marketing Strategy (2)

An examination of how knowledge of an organization's customers, competitors and collaborators as well as its competencies enable those who direct marketing strategy to decide on the organization's target markets, and in turn formulate and implement offering, pricing, placement and marketing communication strategies that will lead to growth and competitive advantage.

BUS 639 - Financial Statement Analysis (2)

Provides an understanding of the linkages between financial statements such as annual reports and prospectuses including the three principal financial statements (balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement) and how useful information about a company can be extracted from them.

BUS 640 - Managerial Accounting (2)

Provides theoretical and practical knowledge of how to use accounting information for strategic planning and decision making from a variety of stakeholder perspectives.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G100 Peter Tingling
Fr 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Fr, Sa, Su 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sa 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
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BUS 643 - Entrepreneurship (2)

An overview of entrepreneurial thinking and action important to entrepreneurs or persons who want to exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit, including: opportunity discovery; entrepreneurial strategy and implementation; and innovation in the context of uncertainty, ambiguity and risk.

BUS 644 - Entrepreneurial Finance (2)

Provides a thorough understanding of how venture capital works and what an entrepreneur or potential investor in start-ups needs to know about business plans, opportunity assessment, valuation, financing, structuring and due diligence.

BUS 646 - Managing Innovation (2)

Addresses the theory and practice of the management of innovation in order to improve the innovative capacity of a firm, including strategy and tools to help firms create and capture value from innovation under conditions of technology and/or market uncertainty.

BUS 647 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (4)

Facilitates the understanding of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship by providing conceptual tools which can be used to launch and run a business as a startup or within an existing company.

BUS 650 - Business Ethics (2)

Examines the rising interest, relevance and importance of business ethics to both effective managers in the firm and to efficient administrators in government and not-for-profit organizations.

BUS 651 - Managerial Economics (4)

The application of modern microeconomic theory to problems of managerial decision-making. The importance of both economic models and quantitative applications are explained. Topics include demand, cost and productivity analysis; the analysis of market structure and firm strategy, international competition and trade; organizational economics; and the analysis of risk, uncertainty and information. Equivalent Courses: MBA651.

BUS 652 - Special Topics in Business Administration (3)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 653 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 654 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 655 - Special Topics in Business Administration (2)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

BUS 660 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 661 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 662 - Negotiations (2)

Negotiation is the art and science of securing agreements between two or more parties that are interdependent and who are seeking to maximize their outcomes. The central issues of this course deal with understanding behavior of individuals, groups and organizations in the context of competitive situations. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.

BUS 663 - Special Topics in Business Administration (4)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 664 - New Ventures (4)

The challenge in business today is to move away from functional silos and adopt an innovative, cross-functional approach to problem-solving. Consistent with this challenge, our focus will be on entrepreneurship, or the "pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled".

BUS 670 - Accounting for Decision Making (4)

The development and analysis of financial statements and their role in financial and strategic decisions. Students with credit for MBA 670 may not complete this course for further credit.

BUS 681 - Leadership and Teamwork (4)

Leadership theory, interpersonal relations and group dynamics in organizational life, and the development of perceptual and communication skills in small groups. Equivalent Courses: MBA681.

BUS 689 - Special Topics in Business Administration (3)

Course content varies from term to term. Specific course outlines and bibliographies must receive prior approval of the graduate program committee.

BUS 691 - Business, Community and Government (4)

Examines the rationale for and nature of government intervention, and the impact of public policies on business. Students with credit for MBA 691 may not take this course for further credit.

BUS 696 - Applied Project (6)

Students will undertake a strategic firm analysis or public policy analysis (public sector students). Students may undertake other types of projects with permission of the academic director.

Section Instructor Day/Time Location
G400 Mark Selman
Mo, Tu, Su 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
,
G500 Dara Kelly
Mo, Tu, Su 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
,
BUS 699 - Orientation Retreat (0) *

An intensive 3-day program of experiential activities to develop knowledge, skills, and strategies for success in a team-based learning environment. This course is graded on the satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Prerequisite: Admission to the EMBA program.

* BUS 699 is a prerequisite for all courses in this program

Graduate Certificate in Business in the Americas

The EMBA Americas stream includes four special topics courses in addition to those required for the EMBA. These four additional courses are required for the graduate certificate. Courses are relevant to business in the Americas covering a variety of business disciplines. Students will also participate in company visits and workshops on local cultural and business practices in each of the 4 participating countries.

The certificate is open to students enrolled in the EMBA Americas stream. Students must complete all stream requirements including those included in the graduate certificate.

Further details about the EMBA Americas stream are provided at http://beedie.sfu.ca/graduate/executive-mba/emba/about/americas-emba-elective

Program Length

Students are expected to complete the EMBA in five or six terms, depending on their stream or cohort requirements.

Academic Requirements within the Graduate General Regulations

All graduate students must satisfy the academic requirements that are specified in the Graduate General Regulations, as well as the specific requirements for the program in which they are enrolled.