|School:||University of the Fraser Valley|
|Faculty:||School of Business|
|Field of Study:||Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
|Description:||Imagine yourself developing new consumer products, presenting recommendations to a panel of executives, traveling the globe as part of an international merger team, or crunching the data on the profitability of a new product line. A UFV School of Business BBA is your first step to an exciting career in the world of commerce.
Equip yourself for a successful career in Human Resource Management. By drawing on the principles of multiple disciplines, including business, psychology and sociology, you will learn to identify and analyze people-related problems, and develop solutions that strengthen organizations. Students who successfully complete the major and maintain at least two consecutive years of student membership in the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of BC & Yukon have the option of being exempt from writing the National Knowledge Exam component of obtaining their CPHR designation.
|URL:||Business Administration (Human Resources Management) at University of the Fraser Valley|
|Cost per year:*||
Cost shown is an estimate of first year tuition (September to April).
|Careers:||Human Resources/Personnel Managers,Human Resources Consultants|
|Additional Admission Requirements:||
Students in the Bachelor of Business Administration program have the option of completing a Bachelor of Business Administration Honours degree. The following conditions apply to this program: students must formally apply for entry to the BBA Honours program, by declaration, after completing at least 60 but not more than 90 credits applicable to the BBA degree. Applications after completion of 90 or more credits will only be considered under extenuating circumstances. A minimum CGPA of 3.50 on all courses applicable to the BBA Honours degree is required for admission, continuance and graduation. Students must complete an additional 12 credits beyond the credits required for the BBA degree. These credits must come from upper-level (numbered 300-400) business (BUS) courses; upper-level courses from other areas may be counted toward this total with the Director’s approval. Students must also complete the requirements of at least one of the Business majors or minors listed in the UFV calendar.