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Bachelor of Business Administration - Financial Services and Administration
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Objectives:
The Financial Services and Administration major prepares individuals for jobs in banking, securities and investments fields leading to professional designations such as CFP (Certified Financial Planner), PFP (Personal Financial Planner), AICB (Associate, Institute of Canadian Bankers), and CIM (Canadian Investment Manager) and securities brokerage. The degree covers sufficient material and knowledge for those students who may wish to consider taking the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) qualifying exams.
Entry Requirements:
The degree is designed for individuals with a recognized two-year post secondary diploma who wish to continue with further studies on a degree track.
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Bachelor of Business Administration - Financial Services and Administration
Course Description:
YEAR 1 – Semester I
  • ACCT 1235     Principles of Accounting I and II (see note #1 below)     3
  • BUSN 1330 or
  • FINC 1231     Business Mathematics or
  • Financial Mathematics     3
  • CSIS 1110     Introduction to Computers     3
  • ECON 1150     Principles of Microeconomics     3
  • CMNS 1115     Practical Writing       3
    15

YEAR 1 – Semester II

  • ECON 1250     Principles of Macroeconomics     3
  • BUSN 1210     Management Essentials     3
  • MARK 1120     Introductory Marketing     3
  • BUSN 2275     Business Strategy and Simulation     3
  • 1000/2000 Level     Open Elective       3
    15

YEAR 2 – Semester III

  • ACCT 2315 or
  • ACCT 2320     Management Accounting or
  • Introductory Management Accounting     3
  • ACCT 2410     Intermediate Accounting II     3
  • BUSN 2429     Business Statistics I     3
  • CSIS 2200     Systems Analysis and Design     3
  • ECON 2408     Money and Banking       3
    15

YEAR 2 – Semester IV

  • MARK 2150     Personal Selling     3
  • BUSN 3310     Organization Management Skills     3
  • FINC 2340     Fundamentals of Financial Management     3
  • PHIL 1122     Business Ethics     3
  • ENGL 1130     Academic Writing or UT English course ENGL 1102, ENGL 1106, ENGL 1107, ENGL 1114, ENGL 1150       3
    15

Diploma Exit: Entry into the BBA Degree Stream

Year 3 – Semester V

  • ACCT 3370     Income Tax I     3
  • BUSN 4420     Commercial Law (see note #1 below)     3
  • BUSN 3431     Business Statistics II     3
  • ECON 3450     Intermediate Economics     3
  • 3000/4000 Level     Elective (see note #2 below)       3
    15

Year 3 – Semester VI

  • FINC 3370     Financial Intermediation and Capital Markets     3
  • FINC 3390 or
  • FINC 3350     Security Analysis or
  • Canadian Securities     3
  • BUSN 3401     Principles of International Business     3
  • 1000/4000 Level     Elective (see note 3) (outside of accounting, business, finance and marketing)     3
  • MARK 3500     Marketing of Financial Services       3
    15

Year 4 – Semester VII

  • BUSN 4275     Business Strategy and Competitive Analysis     3
  • FINC 3305     International Financial Management     3
  • FINC 4300     Professional Financial Management     3
  • 3000/4000 Level     Elective (outside of accounting, business, finance and marketing)     3
  • 1000/4000 Level     Elective (see note 3) (outside of accounting, business, finance and marketing)       3
    15

Year 4 – Semester VIII

  • FINC 4340     Investment Management Techniques     3
  • FINC 4350     Wealth Management     3
  • FINC 4360     Portfolio Management Techniques     3
  • BUSN 4490     Applied Legal and Social Decision Making for Managers, Professionals and Executives     3
  • 1000/4000 Level     Elective (see note 3) (outside of accounting, business, finance and marketing)     3
  • BUSN 4500     Career and Portfolio Development Exit Requirement: Cumulative Credit: DEGREE EXIT REQUIREMENT       1.5
    16.5
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