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Submitted by yayoi.moriguchi on Thu, 06/02/2016 - 2:10pm

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.


  • 3,652 undergraduate and graduate students
  • 1,305 executive education participants
  • 230 faculty and staff
  • 24,000 alumni in 80 countries around the world


  • 93 publications including journal articles, books and book chapters
  • 5 Chairs
  • 11 Professorships
  • 12 Fellowships
  • 9 research centres


  • Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Executive MBA
  • Global Energy Executive MBA
  • Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Development (SEDV)**
  • PhD in Management
  • Executive education courses for individuals, organizations and board directors

* 2016 figures 
**SEDV is a combined offering through the Haskayne School of Business, Schulich School of Engineering and Faculties of Graduate Studies in both Law and Environmental Design.


The Haskayne MBA is ranked in the top Better World MBAs by Corporate Knights and in the Canada’s Best MBAs: The Top 10 by Value by Canadian Business.

The Alberta Haskayne Executive MBA is ranked in the top 100 Executive MBA programs worldwide by the Financial Times and in the top 20 joint Executive MBA programs worldwide by Ivey Exec.

The University of Calgary is ranked #1 in North America in the QS Top 50 Under 50 by QS World University Rankings.


AACSB accredited The Haskayne School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by less than 5% of the world's more than 16,000 business schools.

Haskayne has maintained its accreditation since 1985. Maintaining accreditation requires that the school undergo a rigorous internal review every five years, at which time it must demonstrate its continued commitment to the quality standards relating to faculty qualifications, strategic management of resources, interactions of faculty and students, as well as a commitment to continuous improvement and achievement of learning goals in degree programs.