This four-year degree program will provide you with the fundamental principles of a well-rounded undergraduate education and a solid foundation in business management. Students learn strategic management concepts in a variety of business settings that include planning, organizing, leading and evaluating. They also learn how to apply business management techniques to areas such as finance, operations, human resources and marketing for-profit and non-profit businesses and organizations. Other study topics include business ethics, customer service, selling, presentation skills, global supply chain management, taxation and applied research methodology.
Scholarship opportunities are available for students with distinguished academic records in their high school careers. A variety of scholarships and bursaries are available to students based on merit and financial needs.
Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:
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Students must take part in a work experience that includes at least one term in a formal work environment. In most cases the work term(s) is a paid position that is completed between two academic semesters and requires a minimum of 420 hours of work. Students must be in good standing and meet all identified requirements prior to participating in the work experience. The successful completion of the co-op work term(s) is required for graduation. Eligibility for participation does not guarantee that a work position will be secured. Additional fees are required for those participating in the mandatory co-op stream regardless of success in securing a work position.
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Students have access to international exchanges or travel as opportunities allow.
As a graduate of this program, you may pursue future career options, such as:
As a student of this program, you may have the required knowledge to pursue several key industry designations. These designations often require two or more years of relevant work experience, or the writing of an exam, in addition to completing your academic studies.