Our Mission Statement
The Edwards School of Business develops business professionals to build nations.
The Edwards School of Business creates opportunities for dynamic learning and critical thinking. We are grounded in our values of authenticity and integrity. We embrace the teacher-scholar model, and deliver our mission through faculty with strong academic and professional expertise. Our culture celebrates diversity and embraces pluralism. We engage our stakeholders to build value in their communities.
About the Edwards School of Business
While over the years the name of business programming has changed what has not changed is a total commitment to an excellent educational experience for students. Over the past nearly 100 years as we have grown from a small program linked to the professional accounting community to a comprehensive Business School we listened to you! You told us that a business education must have deep functional roots in core disciplines of accounting and finance, marketing and management, human resources and strategy. But you also told us that these deep functional roots must be enhanced with integrated decision making skills. Finally, you told us to remember that effective decision making requires key professional competencies of communications and leadership within a framework of ethics and social responsibility. You will find these characteristics embedded in all of our programs.
A Glance at the Edwards School of Business today:
- Over $20 Million annual operating budget
- Over 121 faculty and staff
- Over 2200 students
- Five degree programs (Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Business Administration, Master of Professional Accounting, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Marketing)
- Two certificate programs (Business Administration Certificate, Aboriginal Business Administration Certificate)
- Over 23,500 Alumni
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