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Faculty, staff and graduate students

Members of the Department of Business Administration aim to understand human behaviour in organizations and how organizations are designed and function to achieve human objectives.

  • Our faculty and graduate students conduct research on micro- (e.g., leadership, negotiation), meso- (e.g., teams, organizational culture), and macro-level (e.g., business policy, organizational strategy) phenomena in organizations, as well as specific organizational functions (e.g., recruitment), cultural contexts, and institutional frameworks (e.g., industrial and business-government relations).

    Faculty members contribute to the curricula across our School’s BComm, MBA, MSc, and PhD programs.

  • Meet the faculty, staff, and graduate students within the Asper School of Business Department of Business Administration.


The Asper School of Business offers undergraduate and graduate programs, along with executive education courses for business-focused individuals.

Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship

  • Two women standing up talking to an unseen audience, both wearing blazers. One of the woman is blonde and is deep into her speech.
  • The Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship (SCCE) is here to support the entrepreneurial spark in students studying in any field at the University of Manitoba. The “entrepreneurial mindset” is a wanted skillset whether you are planning on starting your own business or working in a small, medium or large corporation in the profit or not-for-profit sectors.


Contact Us

Department of Business Administration
Room 426, Drake Centre
181 Freedman Crescent
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus) 
Winnipeg MB R3T 5V4 Canada