For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.
The 21st century requires citizens and organizational leaders who can motivate and work with people, manage the complexities of organizations and their environments, and create wealth in a socially and ecologically sustainable manner. To prepare students for the challenges set by these diverse forces, the Management Department provides a curriculum that reflects the multidisciplinary nature of management and the interdependence among people, organizations, and society. Specific areas of study include organizational behaviour, business strategy, human resource management, entrepreneurship, and business law. The Department employs an applied pedagogy, focusing on experiential learning, case analysis, and oral and written reflections.