Diploma in Business Administration (with Co-op)
Application deadlines: January 31 for tuition bursaries; any time
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Application fee: CA$300
Intakes: March 1, April 5, May 10, June 14, July 19, August 23, September 27, November 1, December 6
International tuition: CA$35,700
Domestic tuition: CA$20,500
Students take 2 classes per cycle (5 weeks). Each semester has 3 cycles. Schedule will consist of Monday to Thursday classes for 2,5 hours/day. Upon completion of this program, the successful student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to: Effectively communicate in the context of business such as effective oral presentation skills and business writing skills; Understand the core functional areas of business including accounting, economics/finance, marketing and management; Apply best practices of business administration in the functional areas of business; Analyze, evaluate and interpret information to make reasoned business decisions based on given cases; Interpret Canadian business laws and their impact on business decisions; Analyze and interpret business statistics concepts in a business environment; Demonstrate effective use of IT skills in the areas of information search, word processing, use of spreadsheets, and presentation software; Apply learned skills at the real work environments.
This program can be done
All applicants must be: 17 years old or older; have completed Year 12 or equivalent Completion of English 12 with grade C or equivalent IELTS 6.0 overall or equivalent or 75% score in RBCo English Placement test.
The graduates of this program will be prepared for a variety of administrative positions in a broad range of employment settings. The graduates find employment in entry-level positions in both the private and public sectors, including manufacturing, service, profit, and nonprofit organizations.
Coquitlam , Canada