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The MMI program is completed over the course of 12 months and is done so on a full-time basis. The first 8 months of the program are spent in class where students gain a strong foundation in management. A mandatory internship must be completed during the final 4 months of the program.
Our core curriculum focuses on economic analysis, technology management, business strategy, finance, accounting, big data analysis, marketing and policy. Elective courses are selected from a wide array of subjects, across many disciplines at the University of Toronto. Each elective is approved in advance by the program and students can customize the MMI by selecting elective courses which are in line with their individual interests.
The MMI program provides students with the knowledge, skills and strategic perspectives required to become leaders and senior managers who are responsible for managing the innovation process. Small class sizes, personalized career coaching and a specially tailored professional development series allow students the ideal opportunity to develop academically, professionally and personally. The classroom environment is interactive and student-faculty dialogue is highly encouraged in order to maximize learning and collaboration.
Our summer internship runs from May to August and provides students with the opportunity to transfer learning to the corporate environment. Newly acquired skills and knowledge are directly applied to a job making learning meaningful and relevant.
MMI Core Courses
- MMI1010H Prices and Markets
- MMI1020H Introduction to Big Data Analysis
- MMI1030H Marketing Science
- MMI1050H Accounting & Negotiations
- MMI1060H Finance
- MMI1070H Economics of Business Strategy
- MMI1080H Management of Technology
- MMI1090H Technology, Strategy & Policy
- HAD 5010H Canada's Health System and Health Policy
- HAD 5741H Health Law
- HAD 5768H International Health
- HAD 5735 Commercialization of Health Research
- HAD 5736H Operations Research: Tools for Quantitative Health Care Desicison
- IRE1610H Industrial Relations
- APS1001H Project Management
- APS1011H Concepts and Application of Authentic Leadership
- APS1013H Applying Innovation in Engineering
- CSC2527H The Business of Software
- JPG1407H Efficient Use of Energy
- JEI1901H Technology, Society and the Environment
- CHL5411H International Health
- PLA1503H Planning and Social Policy
- ENV1001H Environmental Decision Making
- MIE5561H Decision Analysis
Required documents for the application:
- Letter of intent
- 2 academic letters of references
- Official transcript
Additional requirements for prospective students with a Degree not from North America:
- TOEFL/IELTS score
- GMAT or GRE score (GMAT-MMI code for writing the test: BTD-3X-78)
Detailed information - please be prepared to provide the following:
- The School of Graduate Studies charges an application fee of $120 at time of application. Your application will not be forwarded to us until paid and all documents have been submitted.
- The School of Graduate Studies must receive payment for your application by February 28th and all application materials by March 15th, before the MMI Academic Review will review your submission and invite selected applicants for panel interviews.
- If accepted you will be required to pay a $1500 non-refundable deposit to secure your place in the Program.
- A one page single spaced application letter outlining why you are interested in the Program and why you think the MMI is a good fit with your future career goals.
- Two academic letters of reference. There is no set form for the letters of reference.
- Applicants must have at least a "B+", UofT equivalent average in order to be considered for the MMI Program.
- Official transcripts (from each post-secondary institution that you have attended) mailed directly to the Program
Only those applications that we are considering further are invited to an interview. This interview is mandatory for those applicants and we will invite candidates for an interview on skype. Further tests can be required for admission to the program and the information will be circulated in the interview process.
International students are also eligible for the program's scholarships and teaching assistantships. In addition, the Government of Canada and other agencies have a number of scholarships available to international students to study in Canada. Examples of these scholarships are:
- Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship
- Government of Canada Awards Program
- International Peace Scholarship Fund for Women (IPS)
These scholarships are administered by the concerned agencies and not by the University of Toronto. Interested students should contact the concerned agencies directly.