The Goodman School of Business is one of the country’s newest and fastest growing business schools with one of the most international outlooks of any business school in Canada. The excellence of the School has been recognized internationally through accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
Representing approximately 3000 students at the Goodman School of Business; The Business Students’ Association (BSA) is a student run organization that allows its members the opportunity to showcase their talents to the community. The goal of the BSA is to allow all Goodman students the ability to learn, apply and grow into a successful generation of business leaders.
The Student Ambassador Association serves as Ambassadors of the Goodman School of Business to show the best of Goodman and Brock University. The SAA represents Brock University for local businesses, business clubs, high schools and other business schools across Canada.
The Brock Innovation Group takes pride in providing resources to entrepreneurial minds at Brock University and in the Niagara Region.
Brock Finance and Investment Group (BFIG) is a student run group focusing on capital markets and financial education. BFIG allows students to supplement the education they receive in the classroom with real time analysis and investment decision experience.
Brock University Marketing Association (BUMA) is a student run group with a focus on marketing and branding. BUMA allows students the creative palette to take what they’ve learned in classes in addition to what they learn at our general member meetings to real-life scenarios.
With over 2200 delegates and chapters in over 20 universities and colleges across Canada, DECA U is one of Canada’s largest case competitions for undergraduate students. DECA U focuses on providing students the experience they need to find their potential in the business world.
At the Goodman School of Business, DECA U strengthens delegate’s analytical and presentation skills through case analysis. DECA U also provides networking opportunities where delegates are able to meet and converse with industry professionals.
The Human Resource Management Association (HRMA) at Brock University was established in 1995, with a mission to provide members with opportunities that will enhance their learning of the HR profession and serve the community through service learning projects related to the HR field. Brock HRMA offer programs and events which will contribute to the personal and professional development of The Goodman School of Business students
BUAC focuses on providing students with the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge they will need to be successful in the accounting field. We hope to provide an enjoyable yet challenging and long-lasting learning experience through carefully selected academic and social activities. We are confident that the conference will be educational and informative for the students, as it will cover relevant and valuable information to excel in the accounting industry.
In addition, BUAC provides endless opportunities for students to network and expand their connections – from industry professionals to their fellow peers. A challenging case competition serves as a way for students to enhance their professionalism, presentation, communication and critical analysis skills. Overall, this conference is directed towards giving students an unforgettable experience to learn and grow from.
The Goodman Graduate Business Council (GBC) is the representative student body for both full- and part-time students enrolled in graduate business studies at Brock University:
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
Master of Science (MSc)
The Goodman GBC executive is comprised of both full- and part-time graduate business students hired in the spring of each year to serve a one-year term. Our mandate is to enhance the experience of all students enrolled in graduate business programs at Brock University's Goodman School of Business.