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Memorial University of Newfoundland, Faculty of Business Administration

On the eastern-most edge of North America lies a province rich with possibilities and which cultivates discoveries.

Newfoundland and Labrador is the first in North America to greet the dawn each day. We were home to the first English settlements on the continent and in 1901, Guglielmo Marconi ushered in the age of wireless communications with the first transatlantic wireless signal at Signal Hill.

It’s a tradition of innovation and leadership that inspires and guides everything we do.

We were the first business school in Canada to launch a co-operative undergraduate business degree. Our commerce program was the first business degree in Canada to receive national accreditation. In 2002, we became the first business school in Atlantic Canada to achieve the world’s most prestigious international accreditation. And in 2018, we created Canada’s first MBA in social enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Like the wild, ever changing natural environment that surrounds us and upon which the province’s culture and history are built, the Faculty of Business Administration continually grows and adapts.

From our early days as a small school with a single program to our current status as a recognized leader in Canadian business and management education, we remain committed to cultivating a vibrant community of students, faculty and staff who seek excellence in all they do. We enable an environment in which leading the way is more than words on paper – it’s built into the very fabric of who we are.

It’s in our nature.

Engagement. Innovation. Impact.

AACSB-accredited schools are at the forefront of business education, preparing leaders like you to make a difference. By earning AACSB accreditation, this institution has made a commitment to continually improving the quality of education, ensuring that your coursework will be rigorous, dynamic, and relevant. No matter what path of business education you take, AACSB graduates are changing the business landscape—from startups to large corporations, across industries and around the world.