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About Haskayne

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The Haskayne School of Business was founded at the University of Calgary in 1967, and was named in honour of Richard F. Haskayne, OC, AOE, FCA in 2002. The business school has approximately 3,500 full- and part-time students enrolled in bachelor's, master's and doctorate programs, as well as over 2,000 executive education program participants. The school plays an important role in shaping the next generation of leaders in Canada’s most enterprising city and has over 23,000 alumni in over 80 countries worldwide.

Vision

The vision of the Haskayne School of Business is to be an internationally recognized centre of excellence for business education, research and community outreach, with a special emphasis on the distinct elements that define Calgary and Alberta: energy, entrepreneurship and ethical leadership. Read more in our strategic plan.

Programs

The Haskayne School of Business offers a full range of degree programs including: Bachelor of Commerce; Master of Business Administration (MBA); Executive MBA; Global Energy Executive MBA; PhD in Management; an interdisciplinary Master of Science degree in Sustainable Energy Development; and a full range of open and customized Executive Education programs.

Location

The Haskayne School of Business has two locations in Calgary, Alberta, Canada: one on the main University of Calgary campus and the other in the downtown business district.

Calgary is a diverse community rich in arts, culture and entertainment, with an enthusiastic business culture that grants unprecedented access to Haskayne students as they prepare for and launch their careers. The school offers numerous opportunities for students to connect with Calgary’s business community through mentorship programs, speaker series and co-op placements.

Students, faculty and staff at the Haskayne School of Business also enjoy close proximity to the international destinations of Banff and Lake Louise, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, where popular activities include skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking and hiking.