The Faculty of Business Administration at Memorial University of Newfoundland offers three undergraduate and four graduate programs. The Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) is a structured five-year program that complements classroom knowledge with three mandatory paid work terms. The Bachelor of Business Administration program builds on the same core courses as the Bachelor of Commerce (co-operative) while allowing additional flexibility. It can be completed in four years of full-time study or over a longer period of part-time study, and is available on campus, through online learning, or as a combination of both. The International Bachelor of Business Administration is a four-year program that includes a mandatory study abroad semester. It prepares graduates to perform successfully across international borders in diverse regulatory and cultural environments. The MBA is offered on both a full and part time basis, enabling students to study in a way that suits their interests, educational and work goals, and lifestyle. Students can focus their studies through electives, including up to two graduate courses from other faculties, and self-directed, faculty supervised research projects. The MER is a multi-disciplinary program shared between the FBA and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences that is designed to enable graduates to manage relationships effectively within organizations. The MSc is a full time, two-year, thesis-based program that offers concentrations in general management, organizational behaviour, human resource management, information systems, or operations management. The PhD is a four-year, full-time program in either operations management and information systems, or organizational behaviour and human resource management.