Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce
One of the first things you do here is learn about different learning styles. So before we even began working together we knew who had what strengths and weaknesses, and we were able to leverage that in our cohorts really well. For my BCom it was important, but for my MBA program, it was critical, because we did a lot of learning at a distance.
After the three week residency I knew my profs and classmates well, so I knew what to expect online.
It was the perfect blend of learning for the stage of life that I was at. My wife is now taking a Master’s degree at another university and has had to take off the whole summer. Looking back at my Royal Roads experience, she sees that this university lends itself more to working professionals.
I’ve been with my firm for seven years am I’m now the regional leader for Vancouver Island in part because of all the skill sets that I can bring to bear from what I learned here.