|School:||North Island College (Comox Valley Campus)|
|Field of Study:||Marketing/Marketing Management, General
|Description:||Qualified students can enter the degree program at any year level. You may opt for a traditional two-plus-two approach, first completing a two-year diploma in business administration, plus two years of additional study to obtain the Bachelor of Business Administration degree (BBA). You can also apply coursework from a wide range of university level studies toward the degree program. Third and fourth-year studies include e-business, market research, advertising and marketing communications, business-to-business marketing, project management, international business and advanced entrepreneurship. To qualify for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree credential, you must complete all required program courses and electives (or equivalent transfer credits) for a total of 120 credits.
Co-operative education alternates paid, program-related work experience with academic study. The practical experience gained on these supervised, structured work terms is an integral part of the student’s education. The result is increased confidence, new employment contacts and practical real-world experience locally, on the Island, provincially or internationally.
|URL:||Business Administration – Marketing at North Island College (Comox Valley Campus)|
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|Careers:||Fundraising Consultants,Buyers,Advertising and Promotion Consultants|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
C+ in one of Provincial English 12, English 12 First Peoples, NIC ENG-060, ENG-096, ENG-098, ESL-090, or equivalent; or English assessment; and C+ in Foundations of Math 11; or C in one of Principles of Math 11, Pre-Calculus 11, Applications of Math 12, NIC MAT-053; or Math assessment; or, permission of the department. NIC Tourism & Hospitality diploma graduates (all options) are eligible for admission directly into third year of NIC’s Bachelor of Business Administration, General Management; or Marketing major.