Undergrad students: Learn about grad studies business analytics or artificial intelligence on Dec. 11

Experience Schulich FEATURED

Undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate studies focused on business analytics and artificial intelligence are invited to attend the Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) and Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) Showcase at Schulich School of Business, Dec. 11.

Connect with MMAI students, faculty and admissions staff and explore the career development possibilities of the Artificial Intelligence, or the Business Analytics, Consulting Projects, the eight-month consulting project at the heart of MMAI or MBAN programs.

MBAN is the first of its kind in Canada, and is a 12-month full-time program, designed to give students the tools and techniques to become an expert in this evolving, high-demand field. All Schulich MBAN students are awarded the much-coveted SAS™ (Statistical Analysis Software) certification upon completion of the program.

MMAI is a 12-month full-time program designed to meet the growing need for talented professionals with the skills and advanced applied knowledge to develop, evaluate, refine and implement AI-related applications and technologies. The immersive curriculum offers a technical foundation in natural language processing, computational methods and modeling, paired with core business skills. Students explore a critically evolving ethical landscape as they confront moral topics in AI, such as algorithmic bias, data privacy and intelligent agent autonomy.

The agenda for the showcase includes:

  • 6 p.m. – Registration & Networking
  • 6:45 p.m. – The MMAI or MBAN overview delivered by Professor Murat Kristal, program director
  • 7 p.m. – Analytics and AI Consulting Projects + Career Development Pathways, delivered by Professor Murat Kristal, program director
  • 7:15 p.m. – MBAN and MMAI Student & Alumni Panel
  • 8 p.m. – Admission Requirements
  • 8:15 p.m. – Dessert Networking Reception

Interested parties can register online at schulichapplication.force.com. The event runs from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building (York University, Keele Campus).