The Bachelor of Business Administration degree is a four year offering designed as a rigorous general business program. The Bachelor of Business Administration degree develops graduates with the knowledge and skills for successful entry into a for-profit or not-for-profit organization. While focusing on establishing competence in five basic areas of business: marketing, accounting, finance, human resource management, organizational behaviour and production operations, the degree also provides scope to deepen expertise in one or more of these areas.
Students will also develop a keen awareness of the ethics of good business and benefit from practical experience with ‘real’ business cases, simulations and on-site visits and business projects.
RECEIVE UP TO $6,000 OFF YOUR TUITION: The first 15 business students who are accepted for September 2014 admission will receive an additional $2,000 off their tuition for a total possible reduction of $6,000. Details here: The First Fifteen
FOR RED RIVER COLLEGE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS: Booth UC offers a 2+2 Bachelor of Business Administration program, where students with a Diploma in Business from Red River College may apply to complete their Business degree at Booth in two years. Details here: 2+2 Bachelor of Business Administration
Why study Business Administration?
A career in the area of business is captivating, challenging and rewarding. Given today’s global complex business world there is a strong demand for skilled, ethical and engaged global business professionals who have the ability to assess and take risks. A real opportunity to make a difference!
The Business Administration program at Booth University College will prepare you to enter this complex global business world with the critical thinking skills and practical business knowledge to open up a wide range of career opportunities
What can I do when I graduate?
At Booth University College you will obtain the business foundation needed to open doors in the fields of: marketing, human resources, finance, accounting, project management, not-for-profit management and public relations.
Potential career options upon graduation are wide ranging. To name a few: business analyst, entrepreneur, loans officer, business advisor, market researcher, program coordinator, account manager, benefits analyst, fund raiser, marketer, management consultant and management trainee.
For those students who would like to continue their studies, potential options include the pursuit of a graduate degree or a professional designation such as a CA, CMA or CGA.