The Management of Technology MBA is a dynamic mix of solid academic theory complemented by practical experience designed to mirror the challenging situations facing the technology and biotechnology sectors.
The program begins with a week-long leadership intensive focused on leadership skills, combining academic activities with personal and professional development workshops. This is an opportunity to meet the class and faculty, and establish a sense of team-building and community within the cohort.
The MOT MBA program is cohort-based for enhanced learning. Students spend the entire program with classmates whose business, cultural, and life experiences complement their own, and add immeasurably to the classroom experience.
The learning is collaborative, and the teaching based on cases and examples from the technology and biotechnology sectors. Work is done on both an individual and team basis. Teamwork promotes both leading and following, learning to manage complementary skills and diverse backgrounds to develop creative solutions to complex problems.
This program is best suited for those wishing to transition from scientific or technical roles or, as managers, signal their readiness for additional responsibilities. While the minimum work experience is four years, our students generally have approximately nine years of experience in the sector and are around 32 years of age.
Part-time classes start in September and finish in 24 months. Classes are Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 6:00 pm until 9:30 pm. Subject to change.
All classes take place at the Segal Graduate School of Business, 500 Granville Street, in the heart of Vancouver’s business district.
The MOT program is a part-time program, which begins in September of
each year. Applications are now being accepted for the September 2014 start date.
The online applications will be accepted from October 2013 up until July 31, 2014. You are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed/admitted on an ongoing basis. Apply through our online application system. (See Application Process if you need assistance with your application, or with uploading your supporting documents.) International applicants should apply no later than April 1, 2013 to allow for study permit processing time.
Applications received after the July 31, 2013 deadline will only be considered/accepted on a space available basis.
International applicants: please be aware that if you apply after April 1st, you may not get your study permit in time for this September start.
Tuition is $33,500*. Tuition does not include the cost of textbooks or teaching materials, which are approximately $1,500 (CAD) for the program.
*Tuition is subject to senate approval.
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