John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management

John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management


while preparing for the CFA charter



Year 1 = CFA level I


Term 1
(Mastering Fundamentals)

Economics, Asset Pricing, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance, Quantitative Techniques


Term 2
(Knowledge & Comprehension)

Financial Statement Analysis, Security Valuation, Investment Law & Ethics

Accelerated term*

*Candidates who have completed CFA level 1 and accumulated key work experience in Finance may be considered for the Accelerated MBA program.


Year 2 = CFA level II


Term 1
(Application & Analysis)

Corporate Finance, Derivatives, Organizational Behaviour


Term 2
(Asset & Valuation)

Financial Statement Analysis, Fixed Income Analysis, Asset Pricing & Portfolio Management, Analysis of Equity Investments





Year 3 = CFA level III


Term 1
(Synthesis & Evaluation)

Alternative investments, Strategic Management, Investment Analysis and Management, Socially Responsible and Sustainable Investment


Term 2
(Portfolio Management)

Marketing Management, Asset Allocation, International Investment Analysis and Management

Earn your degree while working full-time

Flexible hours

Classes are held Wednesday evenings and all-day Saturday, giving you the flexibility to work full- or part-time if you choose, and take advantage of our co-op opportunities. You get the benefits of a full-time program with the flexibility of a part-time one.

Funding options

Because the program is classified as full-time, eligible students may be able to claim tuition fees as a tax deduction or apply for loans. For more details, please consult the funding options.

International students

Qualifying international students may be eligible to stay in Canada on a three-year Post-graduation work permit, or may have other options to stay permanently, upon graduation through the Government of Canada. For more details, please contact the International Students Office.

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