Registration Details

MBA Financial Services Program

Registration Information for Fall 2020

If after reading all of this information you still have questions, please contact Sarah Hayes-Brown: (902) 494-6391, 1-800-205-7510 or michelle.hunter@dal.ca .                                                                                                       

How to Register

1-    Log into DalOnline:   http://www.dal.ca/online

2-    Select 2020-2021 Fall

3-    Enter the CRN for each course as shown

Deadline: May 18, 2020

Registration is required by the deadline in order to finalize class sizes and intensives.   If you register after the deadline, you may be asked to withdraw from the course. If you make changes to your schedule after the registration deadline, please contact michelle.hunter@dal.ca.

Account holds? Tuition/Financial Account questions? Please contact Student Accounts: Student.Accounts@dal.ca 902-494-3998

To confirm if your registration went through, please check your schedule on Dal Online.

FALL 2020     Start date: September 1, 2020

Business Accounting (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

13188

BUSI

5103

98:    December 13-16 (EST)- FULL

J. Davison Atkinson

13189

BUSI

5103

99:  January 8-11 (MST) - FULL

J. Davison Atkinson

14636

BUSI

5103

97:  January 4-7 (AST)

J. Davison Atkinson

Required Textbooks:

Financial & Managerial Accounting for MBAs, 6e”, Easton, Halsey, McAnally,  2021

ISBN: 978-1-61853-359-3

https://cambridgepub.com/book/finman6e

Syllabus

Quantitative Decision Making (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

13195

BUSI

5503

98:   December 9-12 (EST)

L. MacLean

14510

BUSI

5503

99:    December 3-6 (AST)

L. MacLean

Required Textbooks:

The Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics”, 9th Edition, Anderson, D., Sweeney, D.,  Williams, T., Camm, J., Cochran, J., Fry, M., and Ohlmann, J.  2020   Cengage Learning Inc., ISBN- 13: 9780357045435

http://www.nelson.com/catalogue/productOverview.do;jsessionid=87463E5CEDFA806461EC2526CA522089?N=197+48&Ntk=P_Isbn13&Ntt=9780357045435&Ntx=mode%2Bmatchallpartial

Syllabus

Management Information Systems (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

14511

BUSI

5511

98:  January 9-12 (EST)

K. Lee

14460

BUSI

5511

99:   January 4-7 (MST)

K. Lee

Required Textbooks:
“Information technology for management: on-demand strategies for performance, growth and sustainability.” Turban, E., Pollard, C., & Wood, G. R. (2018). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

ISBN: 978-1-118-89079-0

https://www.wiley.com/en-ca/Information+Technology+for+Management%3A+On+Demand+Strategies+for+Performance%2C+Growth+and+Sustainability%2C+11th+Edition-p-9781118890790

Syllabus

Risk Management for Financial Institutions (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

13211

BUSI

6300

98:  January 4-7 (EST)

R. Nason

14516

BUSI

6300

99:  January 9-12 (MST)

R. Nason

Required Textbooks:  (3 books)

"Rethinking Risk Management: Critically Examining Old Ideas and New Concepts", Rick Nason, 2017, Business Experts Press

ISBN - 13: 978-1-63157-541-9

https://www.businessexpertpress.com/books/rethinking-risk-management-critically-examining-old-ideas-and-new-concepts/

"Essentials of Financial Risk Management: Practical Concepts for the General Manager", Rick Nason, Brendan Chard, 2018, Business Experts Press

ISBN - 13: 978-1-94709-838-1

https://www.businessexpertpress.com/books/essentials-of-financial-risk-management-practical-concepts-for-the-general-manager/

"Essentials of Enterprise Risk Management: Practical Concepts of ERM for General Managers", Rick Nason, Leslie Fleming, 2018, Business Experts Press

ISBN - 13: 978-1-94709-836-7

https://www.businessexpertpress.com/books/essentials-of-enterprise-risk-management-practical-concepts-of-erm-for-general-managers/S

Syllabus

Management Skills Development (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

13212

BUSI

6326

98:   December 1-4 (EST) FULL

A. James

13213

BUSI

6326

99: December 7-10 (AST)

A. James

Required Textbooks: (2 books)

1. Communicating for Managerial Effectiveness” 6th Edition. Clampitt, P. G. (2016). Los Angeles:  Sage Publications, Inc.

ISBN: 9781483358512

Clampitt Text Student Support Web Site:  http://mycme6.com/

Clampett Text Supplemental Support Web Site (“Dr. So-What?”):  http://drsowhat.com/

https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/communicating-for-managerial-effectiveness/book243805

2. “Managing.” Mintzberg, H. (2009).   San Francisco:  Berrett-Koehler, Inc.

ISBN:  9781605098746

https://www.amazon.ca/Managing-Henry-Mintzberg/dp/1605098744

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/575699/managing-by-henry-mintzberg/

Syllabus

Leading in Context (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

14514

BUSI

6995

98:   December 5-8 (EST)

R. Baltazar

13222

BUSI

6995

99:  December 11 – 14 (AST)

R. Baltazar

Required Textbook:

“Leadership:  Enhancing the Lessons of Experience” 9th edition; Hughes, R., Ginnett, R., Curphy, G.,  (2019),  McGraw Hill

Recommended:  Connect + Print text:  ISBN10: 126019244X | ISBN13: 9781260192445

Or Connect (ebook version)  ISBN10: 1260167623 | ISBN13: 9781260167627

https://www.mheducation.ca/ise-leadership-enhancing-the-lessons-of-experience-9781260092530-can-group

Syllabus

Sustainable Leadership (Option for all students)

CRN

Subject

Course

Section and Intensive Location

Professor

14520

BUSI

6996

98:   January 4-7

B. Sundararajan

14521

BUSI

6996

99:  January 9-12

B. Sundararajan

Required Textbooks:

1.Management and Organization Theory: A Jossey-Bass Reader”  by Jefferey A. Miles, (2012) Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-118-00895-9
https://www.wiley.com/en-ca/Management+and+Organization+Theory%3A+A+Jossey+Bass+Reader-p-9781118008959

2.“Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behaviour: Indispensable Knowledge for Evidence-Based Management,” 2nd Edition, (2011)  Edited by Edwin A. Locke, Wiley

ISBN: 978-0-470-68533-4
https://www.wiley.com/en-ca/Handbook+of+Principles+of+Organizational+Behavior%3A+Indispensable+Knowledge+for+Evidence+Based+Management%2C+2nd+Edition-p-9780470685334

Syllabus

Sample syllabi are included above for your review.

Fees:

Effective May 2020 (Spring/Summer term), the Resource Fee, which covered all course materials, has been renamed the Auxiliary Fee. The Auxiliary Fee will be a reduced amount that will cover all course materials except textbooks. It includes the preparation of learning materials, copyright and licensing fees for cases, articles, and other materials associated with the delivery of the course. These course materials will be made available to you either in Brightspace or via distribution as hard copies at the intensives. Lesson notes will continue to be available electronically in Brightspace.

FEE STRUCTURE PER COURSE*

Tuition  $2215  + Auxiliary  $200 = Total  $2415

If your employer will be paying your tuition, please have them fill out the Third Party Billing form. This is necessary each semester if their assistance applies.  http://www.dal.ca/content/dam/dalhousie/pdf/admissions/ThirdPartyBilling.pdf

Last day for registration

For any changes to your registration after this date, please contact the CEGE office.

May 18, 2020

Tuition fees due

September 1, 2020

Last day to add/drop course(s) Student will receive full tuition.  Dropped courses will not appear on your academic record. 

September 15, 2020

Last day to withdraw from a course without a “W” (Withdrawn) on your transcript. Student will receive partial tuition refund.

September 30, 2020

Last day to withdraw from a course and receive a “W” (Withdrawn) on your transcript.  Student will receive partial tuition refund. 

October 30, 2020

***Please Note:  Non-completion of assignments or non-attendance at intensive sessions does NOT constitute withdrawal.  The University must receive written notification of withdrawal

Student ID Card:

Order your card today in order to access to important library resources

New students must go to the Dal Card office website and request an ID card.  https://www.dal.ca/campus_life/Dalcard.html

 Important Notes:

1.         Passwords

o    If you do not remember your Dal Online PIN code, enter your Dal ID on the login page and click on “Forgot PIN”

o    If your NetID password expired or you have forgotten your password; to reactivate it, please visit:

https://password.dal.ca

2.         New Students:  If you do not have your Student ID number (this is your B00#), please contact Sarah at S.Hayes-Brown@dal.ca.  Your Student ID is included on your official acceptance letter provided via email by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

3.         Change of Address: If there are any updates to your contact information, please email the attached Student Data Form to S.Hayes-Brown@dal.ca or fax it to 902-494-5164.

4.         The Faculty of Graduate Studies permits all students to have one semester off per school year (September – August). If you wish to take any terms off, please contact to Sarah to request a PC or Leave of Absence. (S.Hayes-Brown@dal.ca)

5.         Library Access/Writing Centre:  Our library is a great resource for all distance students.  We highly  

             recommend you visit the website.   Some links that you may find interesting are:

Ø  Library Main Page:  https://libraries.dal.ca/

 

Ø  Libraries Distance Services:  https://libraries.dal.ca/services/distance-services.html  

Ø  Writing Guide http://dal.ca.libguides.com/writingcentre

6.         Advanced Placement/Transfer Credit:  must be requested in your first term of study.  https://academiccalendar.dal.ca/FacultyofGraduateStudies/Regulations

 

7.         Approval of Program of Study:  All students must approve the program of study requirements within the first term of study; please check Dal Online, Web for Student, Graduate Studies Information System (GSIS) to ensure this is completed.

Registration Information for summer 2020