Bachelor of Business Administration

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  • Objectives
    The Real World Is Your Classroom Real-world, relevant training lets you practice while you learn, and prepares you to hit the ground running when you graduate. NAIT's newest degree, the Bachelor of Business Administration in Enterprise Management prepares students for the day-to-day operations and management for various types of businesses. This hands-on approach gives students a strong background in the technologies used to improve decision analysis and decision making capabilities. In the program's small classes, students meet successful local entrepreneurs and leaders who will bring their knowledge of enterprise right to you. Students who graduate from the Bachelor of Business Administration are: * career-ready * self-motivated * self-starters * equipped with advanced skills for the workplace The Fundamentals Courses concentrate on four core areas: * business enterprise * business technology * core business foundations * social sciences and liberal arts The curriculum was built in collaboration with experts from universities and colleges such as Babson College, the University of Alberta and Harvard Business School. Our curriculum is reviewed with leading private sector organizations and enterprise leaders to ensure its relevance to today's economy.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Course description

    Instructional Delivery
    1 and 2
    Details: Introduction to case-based and problem-based learning methods

    20 courses for a total of 60 credits

     Years: 3 and 4
    Details: Immersion in context-based learning to increase the quality of decision analysis and decision making skills

    20 courses for a cumulative total of 120 credits

    Development of Business Research Skills Students will develop their business research skills through:
    • case- and problem-based review
    • business technology skills
    • using electronic libraries and electronic repositories

    Other Opportunities Other opportunities in this program include:
    • a summer internship program
    • participation in our highly successful summer work experience program
    • competing in the Venture Prize business plan competition


    Four year degree program with 40 courses – 120 credits

    Social Science & Liberal Arts

    6 courses (18 credits)

    Core Business Foundation Courses

    22 courses (66 credits)

    Business Foundation technology Courses

    4 courses (12 credits)

    Business Enterprise Courses

    6 courses (18 credits)

    Capstone Project

    2 courses (6 credits)

    Part-time courses

    Evening Courses

    MGMT309:   Corporate Governance

    MGMT455:   Small Business Management

    MGMT456:   Business Strategy


    E-Learning Courses

    MGMT309:   Corporate Governance

    MGMT455:   Small Business Management

    MGMT456:   Business Strategy

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