Qume 185 is no longer a required course for students with comprehensive computer skills. Students who DO NOT have the required computer skills should enrol in Qume 185.
BBA Enhancement Initiative
This initiative,for BBA students entering their first semester is designed to recognize activities considered supportive of academic, career and personal development. The first credit is FREE.
Bachelor of Business Administration
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - BBA Learning Outcomes
To provide students with a broad range of managerial capabilities, the capacity for critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills, legal and ethical behaviour.
To prepare graduates for diverse careers in global management, administration and entrepreneurship through a well-rounded business education with a focus on global business operations, emerging markets and technology-enabled organizations.
To expose students to both general and specialized curriculum content through core courses, specializations and electives - students are encouraged to select their electives from the Social Sciences and Humanities.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program outline may be viewed through the online calendar as may the calendar descriptions for Accounting, Economics, Finance, Law, Management, Marketing and Quantitative Methods.
During 2nd year, students must meet with the BBA Advisor regarding their choice of 3rd and 4th year major. It should be noted that while first year is common to all majors, variations in course requirements begin in the fall semester of second year. The BBA Matrix details the courses in years one through four.
Students may also wish to discuss choices with the Discipline Chairs.
Accounting: Colin Haime, firstname.lastname@example.org
Economics: Rosmy Jean Louis, email@example.com
Finance and Qume: Keith Jensen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Management: Steven Purse, email@example.com
Marketing: Duane Weaver, firstname.lastname@example.org