The Business Administration Management program provides a comprehensive foundation in the business disciplines including marketing, information technology, economics, business law, management, accounting and business statistics while also emphasizing skills such as communication, cultural awareness and ethics. Graduates who successfully complete the program can expect to be employed across a diverse range of industries as assistants and supervisors in small businesses, or in medium to large companies.
|Financial Accounting Volume I|
|Financial Accounting Volume II*|
|Introduction to Marketing|
|Mathematics of Finance|
|10.||Introduction to Management|
|13.||Personal and Professional Development|
|14.||Managing Cultural Differences|
|18.||Recruitment and Selection|
|19.||Human Resource Management|
|20||Strategic Management and Business Policy|
|21.||Logistics – Supply Chain Management|
18 years of age or older; Grade 12 or equivalent: Mature Students without Grade 12 or equivalent – successful completion of admissions interview and Canadian Alternative Achievement assessment by the collegeInternational Students :
For Language proficiency IELTS 5.5 overall band or equivalent assessment, OR In-house entrance language test with admission interview.Course Fees :
We might provide promotional tuition fees for applications received through our recruiters or direct students.
Note : Any discount given on advertised tuition fee on website will not be applicable if student withdraws from the program with or without attending the program. Refund Policy will be applicable on Fees before discount.
*Decision at the discretion of Acadia College
The students should have their own laptops.
* This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.