|School:||Vancouver Island University|
|Faculty:||Business and Management|
|Field of Study:||Business Administration and Management, General
|Description:||Business plays a major role in the structure and functioning of contemporary society. Rapid changes in technology, resource allocation, structural shifts in the economy, changes in consumer preferences, global competition, and shifts in the employment market all necessitate a better understanding of the role and nature of business in today’s society.
The B.B.A. provides a well-rounded business education with a focus on global business operations, emerging markets, and technology-enabled organizations. Students develop an in-depth understanding of one of the business concentrations and learn a broad range of managerial capabilities, problem solving, and communication skills. Electives allow flexibility, adaptability and creativity and prepare graduates for diverse careers in global management, administration, and entrepreneurship, as well as a range of postgraduate opportunities. The program has one common year and is then separated into concentrations. The concentrations are in: Accounting, Economics, Financial Services, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management, and Marketing.
|URL:||Business Administration at Vancouver Island University|
|Cost per year:*||
|Careers:||Managers in Other Services,Financial Planners, Investigators, and Underwriters,Business Managment Consultants||See More…|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
– graduation from a B.C. secondary school, or equivalent, with a minimum “C” grade in either English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; – previous degree from a recognized university; – visiting student from a college or university (a “Letter of Permission” from the home institution is required); – transfer student from a college or university (at least 24 transferable university-level credits completed); – mature student—at least 21 years of age (or will turn 21 in the first semester of admission) and has a minimum “C” grade in either English 12 or English 12 First Peoples. Priority will be given to students with Mathematics 12. Students without Mathematics 12 must have a minimum grade of C+ in Principles of Mathematics 11 and must upgrade with MATH 151 during the first semester.