Schulich MBA/JD Program Ranked Top 10 in North America
The dual degree MBA/JD Program that Schulich offers together with Osgoode Hall Law School was recently named among the top 10 business and law programs in North America by FIND MBA, a leading management education website. Other schools included Harvard, Wharton, and Stanford.
The Schulich/Osgoode program was ranked alongside other dual degree programs delivered by Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia and Chicago.
Established in 1972, the joint MBA/JD was the first-degree program of its kind in Canada and one of the first in all of North America.
“The program equips students with a solid grounding in the fundamentals of both business and law,” says Schulich Dean Detlev Zwick. “Over the years, the MBA/JD has produced a large number of outstanding graduates who have excelled in a wide range of fields.”
Some of the Program’s more high-profile graduates include: Kathleen Taylor (MBA/JD ’84, Hon LLD ’14), Chair of the Royal Bank of Canada; Marianne Harris (MBA/JD ’83), former President of Corporate and Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch and a member of the Board of Directors of Sun Life, Loblaw, President’s Choice Bank and Public Sector Pension Investment Board; Rob Wildeboer (MBA/JD ’85), co-founder and Executive Chairman of Martinrea International Inc.; and Terry Kawaja (MBA/JD ’89), former Global Head of Media M&A at Citigroup and Credit Suisse First Boston and founder and CEO of LUMA Partners.