Students in certain LA&PS undergrad, graduate and master’s programs have the opportunity to study at our state-of-the-art Learning Space in IBM Canada’s headquarters – a high-profile and dynamic environment populated by academic researchers, entrepreneurs, start-ups and developers.
The Markham, Ont., building is also home to Innovation York and ventureLAB, a tech incubator that supports start-ups, and the IBM Innovation Space, a hub for more than 40 tech companies. Network with “IBMers” and get exposure to the corporate environment while also enjoying our dedicated student space, the YorkU Atrium.
Undergrad Courses in Commerce & Information Technology
Earn credits towards the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) or Information Technology (BA) programs. Courses are taught by York faculty and offer identical credit, material, assignments and exams as their Keele Campus equivalent.
Graduate Diploma in Management
Complete a Graduate Diploma in Management (GDM), specifically designed to complement non-business degrees by providing a solid understanding of the core principles of modern management in business.
Master of Science in Management Practice
The new Master of Science in Management Practice (MScMP) is a program designed to provide future leaders in organizations with a robust understanding of management practices rooted in applied research and analysis that inform evidence-based decision making.
Bachelor of Commerce
"It’s a really nice change of environment, and I look forward to networking with the people here."
As a global technology leader, the IBM buildings are secured and all visitors need to have a security pass.
New students will be given a security badge granting access to the YorkU Learning Space (classrooms, atrium, kitchenette, etc.), the IBM cafeteria, and some (but not all) other areas of the building. If you lose your badge, you must notify our office immediately. Visit room C100 or email email@example.com for assistance.