This course introduces the concepts and practices of sustainable management.
GDBA 595 – Entrepreneurship
The objective of this course is to introduce graduate students to the entrepreneurial process and the role of entrepreneurs in the new economy.
FINA 210 – Introduction to Real Estate
This course introduces the concepts, principles, analytical methods and tools used for investment, development, and evaluation of real estate assets.
COMM 299/GDBA 595 – Marketing Yourself
This course enables students to apply key marketing concepts to themselves, and to learn about market planning in relation to their careers.
COMM 222 – Organizational Behaviour and Theory
This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to study individual behaviour in formal organizations.
COMM 215 – Business Statistics
COMM 215 introduces statistics as a tool for dealing with information in quantitative form, imparting techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics in the real world.
ADMI 202 – Perspective on Canadian Business
This course is designed to review the development of business in Canada, and to examine the relationships between the firm (management) and its owners (shareholders), employees, customers, suppliers, governments and the community.
ARTH 298 – Montreal: Evolution through Architecture and Urbanism
In this course we will try to follow the evolution of the city of Montreal, from its beginnings to the present from several points of view, including urbanism and architecture.
ARTH 272 – From Realism to Abstraction in Canadian Art
This course is an in-depth examination of the long path from realism to abstraction in Canadian art.
ARTH 271 – Introduction to Canadian Art
This course introduces Canadian art, with a particular emphasis on Québec art and society in relation to the rest of the country.