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  • Bachelor Degree 4 years.
  • College Advanced Diploma 3 years.
  • College Diploma 2 years.
  • International student tuition fees at Canada’s 40 universities range from C$4,000 to C$18,000/year.
  • After six months of full-time study, you are eligible to work part-time for the duration of your studies.

Business

  • Diploma in Business, St Lawrence College. Appeal to those interested in acquiring specific skills in key business areas such as accounting, marketing, and human resources.
  • Diploma in Business, Centennial College. Emphasis is placed on the development of mathematical, computing, analytical and communication skills.
  • Executive Assistant Diploma, Thompson Rivers University. After completing the Administrative Assistant Certificate in Year One, students take additional courses in management, business communications, and economics in Year Two.
  • Advanced Diploma in Business Operations Management, Centennial College. Study purchasing and inventory management to supply chain and logistics management, operations planning, direct supervision and quality assurance.
  • Diploma in Business – Operation, Centennial College. Prepares you for many job opportunities in the areas of operations planning and scheduling, purchasing, logistics, supply chain management, quality, productivity improvement, and direct labour supervision.
  • Certificate in Business Foundations, Centennial College. Alternate program intended for applicants who do not meet the admission requirements of other post secondary Business programs.
  • Diploma in Business, (45 weeks), Algonquin College. Focuses on small business management and entrepreneurship, and prepares graduates for leadership and supervisory roles within larger organizations.

Business Administration/Management

  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Thompson Rivers University. Concentrations in Accounting, Business Economics, Business and Regulatory Policy, Finance, General Business, Human Resource Management and Marketing, and majors in Accounting and Economics.
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, St Lawrence College. Combine the practical strengths of a college with the theoretical underpinnings of a university. Economics, accounting, financial information systems, financial management, management decision making, organizational behaviour, human resources, strategic planning, and marketing.
  • Business Administration, (3 years), Algonquin College. Learn the business fundamentals in the first three levels, before choosing a major in the remaining three levels: Accounting, General Business, Finance, Human Resources, International Business, Marketing, and Materials and Operations Management.
  • Associate Diploma of Commerce and Business Administration, Thompson Rivers University. Study Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Mathematics, Business and three additional elective drawn from non-business subject areas.
  • Advanced Diploma in Business Administration, Centennial College. A solid understanding of the macro-environment of business, the industry-specific contexts of a variety of business enterprises and the economics of particular industries.
  • Advanced Diploma in Business Administration – International Business, Centennial College. You will acquire the knowledge necessary to take advantage of the challenges offered in a world trade environment.
  • Diploma in Business Administration – International Business, Centennial College. Once you’ve grasped the core business ideas, you’ll complete specialized international business courses that will meet the demands of any industry employer.
  • Diploma in Management, Thompson Rivers University. Designed to provide a career-oriented education and training in business administration, providing students with the business skills to pursue careers in business or initiate their own small business ventures.
  • Business Administration Diploma, (2 years), Bow Valley College. The first year provides a solid base from which to pursue a specialization in the second year. Specializations include: Accounting, Financial Services, General Business, and Risk Management.

Entrepreneurship

Event Management

  • Events and Conventions Management Diploma, (2 years), Thompson Rivers University. Knowledge essential for the planning, organizing, promotion, management, and evaluation of successful festivals, conventions, trade shows, or similar events.
  • Event Management Diploma, (2 years), Bow Valley College. This program was developed in conjunction with members of the Alberta Chapter of the Canadian Special Events Society.

Human Resource Management

Logistics

Careers: Procurement, Contract manager, Supplier relationship manager, Capacity/resource manager, Business analysts, Enterprise application consultants, Project managers, Logisticians.

 

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