John Molson School of Business

The John Molson School of Business (JMSB) is a business school located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. JMSB was established in 1974 by Concordia University.

John Molson School of Business
École de gestion John-Molson
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Former names
Faculty of Commerce and Administration
TypePublic Business school
Established2002
Parent institution
Concordia University
DeanAnne-Marie Croteau[1]
Academic staff
158 (full-time)[2]
Students9,677 (2018-19)[2]
Undergraduates7,569[2]
Postgraduates1,829[2]
Location, ,
Canada
CampusUrban
Alumni37,788 (2010-11)[3]
NicknameJMSB & Vanguards
AffiliationsAACSB
WebsiteOfficial Website
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ProgramsEdit

 
Completed in 2009, the Molson Building houses the John Molson School of Business

Undergraduate programsEdit

Graduate diploma programsEdit

Graduate certificate programsEdit

Postgraduate programsEdit

Student lifeEdit

The John Molson School of Business has a very large community of student-run clubs and events. The Commerce and Administration Students' Association (CASAJMSB) represents the undergraduate students at JMSB and oversees 14 clubs comprising over 200 student volunteers.[4]

The Goodman Institute of Investment ManagementEdit

The Goodman Institute of Investment Management is a program at the John Molson School of Business. The Goodman Institute's MBA in Investment Management Program is the world's only MBA program that fully integrates the requirements of the CFA Program. This combined curriculum permits students to study towards two world-recognized designations simultaneously, either in Montreal or Toronto. Classes are given Wednesday evenings and Saturdays to allow students to work full-time while earning the MBA and CFA.

Case competitionsEdit

Both undergraduate and graduate students are active participants in international business case competitions. The school also hosts two of its own competitions: the John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition and the John Molson MBA International Case Competition.

Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management ProgramEdit

A selected group of undergraduate students manage a $3.1 million endowment portfolio every year as part of the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program (KWPMP)[citation needed]. The portfolio was donated by Ken Woods in 2000 for the primary purpose of training undergraduate students in investment management.

RankingsEdit

BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK

THE ECONOMIST

QS GLOBAL 200 BUSINESS SCHOOLS REPORT

  • Top 50 Most Targeted Business School Worldwide in 2015.

CORPORATE KNIGHTS

CANADIAN BUSINESS

Name originEdit

 
John Molson (1763-1836)

The John Molson School of Business is named after businessman John Molson who was an entrepreneur in Canada during the late 18th century and early 19th century after having emigrated from England. Shortly after his arrival, at the age of 23, he founded the Molson Brewing Company, which is North America's oldest brewery.[5]

Concordia University renamed its Faculty of Commerce and Administration after John Molson in November 2000 following a $20 million donation by the Molson family towards the construction of the new JMSB building.[3][6]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Administration". Concordia University. Retrieved 2016-02-06.
  2. ^ a b c d "Fast Facts". Concordia University. Retrieved 2019-12-03.
  3. ^ a b John Molson School of Business (2010–2011). "At-a-glance". Concordia University. Retrieved 2012-03-18.
  4. ^ "About CASAJMSB". CASAJMSB. Retrieved 2017-05-20.
  5. ^ Martin, Joseph E. (2017). "Titans". Canada's History. 97 (5): 47–53. ISSN 1920-9894.
  6. ^ RAPOPORT, IRWIN (2006-11-03). "Quebec chips in $60 million for school". Daily Commercial News and Construction Record. Archived from the original on 2010-12-14. Retrieved 2009-09-18.

Further readingEdit

Bissonette, L. A. "Loyola of Montreal: A Sociological Analysis of an Educational Institution in Transition between 1969 and 1974." M.A. thesis, Concordia University, 1977.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 45°29′51″N 73°34′38″W / 45.497406°N 73.577102°W / 45.497406; -73.577102 (Concordia University)