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The John Molson MBA in Investment Management and CFA charter sets your pathway to a successful career in investment management.

Attain the highest global designation in investment management while earning an internationally recognized John Molson MBA.

Earn your MBA while preparing for the CFA charter

The MBA in Investment Management alumni benefit from the possibility of gaining two professional designations. In fact, not only can they become CFAs and MBAs but they also gain two to three years of full-time work experience while studying.

Choose between two program streams

Depending on your academic and professional background, you may choose from two different streams. Whether it be the 3-year regular program - SUSPENDED for Fall 2024 - or the 2-year Accelerated Option, our curriculum is custom-tailored for students who want an MBA rooted in the real world of business, combined with the toolbox needed to break into and thrive in the investment management industry.

CFA exam integration 

As a CFA®  University Affiliate, you are assured that our curriculum is aligned with the practice of investment management and will be crucial in preparing you for taking the CFA® examinations. 

Core lecture material is developed in tandem with the CFA® Institute’s Candidate Body of Knowledge™, delivering you a seamless learning experience.

Program structure

Our regular (3-year) and accelerated (2-year) program options are structured to accommodate our students’ work schedules, the requirements of the CFA charter and the workload of graduate level studies.

Our program is tailored to your needs

Classes on weekday evenings and Saturdays

average age of
our students

CFA exam
preparation included

Up-to-date curricula
to reflect industry requisites

Supporting modules

CFA preparation week

Specialized activities

Speaker series

Peer networking and mentorship

Van Berkom Investment Management Program

A $1 million donation by alumnus J. Sebastian van Berkom has established the Van Berkom Investment Management Program, where six to eight students per year manage a portfolio of small capitalized North American equities with a view to achieving above-average returns.

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