Concordia University

Master of Science (MSc)

John Molson Master of Science program at Concordia

Become an expert in your field.

The Master of Science programs develop industry specialists qualified to provide concrete business solutions. Students are grounded in one of Canada’s top business schools while benefiting from the experience of world-class faculty. The breadth and depth of research expertise available at JMSB ensures that MSc students can work closely with a faculty member in developing their thesis in an area they are passionate about.

New – MSc Thesis Awards from the Luc Beauregard Centre of Excellence in Communications Research

To stimulate and support new and innovative thinking and practice in public relations and communications, we are pleased to announce three new MSc thesis awards, each worth $5000. The ideal candidate should have completed or be near completion of his or her MSc thesis and the central theme of the thesis should relate to issues of importance in public relations and communications management.

National Bank Initiative in Entrepreneurship and Family Business

A major gift from Montreal-based National Bank is offering up to $10,000 in scholarships to JMSB Master of Science students with research interests in entrepreneurship and family business. Approved research projects may be selected from all three MSc programs.

More details on these awards and scholarships on the Tuition & Aid page.

Why the MSc at JMSB?

  • Combine core and elective courses tailored to your specialized area of interest
  • Develop advanced analytical and technical skills valued by employers
  • Fast-track option to PhD
  • Full-time and part-time study options

Program profile

  • Average age: 24
  • Average GMAT: 630
  • Percentage of women students: 62%
  • Educational background: BComm/BBA 84%, BA 13%, ENCS 3%
International Students

After graduation international students may be eligible for a 3 year work permit in Canada.
To learn more consult:

Recent MSc Thesis titles

Please visit Spectrum, Concordia University's Research Repository to access the complete theses.

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