VIU’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students pursuing their degree in business administration

Human Resources Management (BBA)


  • Program Length 
    4 Years
  • Credential 
    Bachelor Degree
  • Options 
    Major, Minor
  • Location Offered 
    Nanaimo

The Human Resources Management (BBA) Program

Year 1

See Bachelor of Business Administration, Majors and Minors.

Human Resources Management Major

Year 2

Credits

ACCT 294 - (Intro to Cost and Managerial Accounting)

3

ECON 211 - (Principles of Microeconomic Theory)

3

ECON 212 - (Principles of Macroeconomic Theory)

3

MARK 260 - (Buyer Behaviour)

3

MGMT 230 - (Introduction to E-Management)

3

MGMT 293 - (Human Resource Management)

3

QUME 232 - (Business Statistics I)

3

Nine elective credits

9

Total Credits

30

Human Resources Management Major

Year 3

Credits

LAWW 326 - (Commercial Law)

3

MGMT 323 - (International Business I)

3

MGMT 345* - (Workplace Safety and Wellness) or 
MGMT 425* - (Strategic Human Resources Planning)

3

MGMT 355 - (Training and Development)

3

MGMT 365* - (Compensation and Benefits) or 
MGMT 377* - (Recruitment and Selection)

3

MGMT 392 - (Negotiations)

3

Three upper–level business credits

3

Nine elective credits

9

Total Credits

30

* Offered every other year 

Human Resources Management Major

Year 4

Credits

MGMT 345* - (Workplace Safety and Wellness) or 
MGMT 425* - (Strategic Human Resources Planning)

3

MGMT 365* - (Compensation and Benefits) or 
MGMT 377* - (Recruitment and Selection)

3

MGMT 485 - (Labour and Employee Relations)

3

MGMT 491 - (Senior Project) or 
MGMT 499 - (Business Internship) or
Six upper–level business credits

6

MGMT 496 - (Strategic Management Issues)

3

Three upper–level business credits

3

Three upper–level elective credits

3

Six elective credits

6

Total Credits

30

* Offered every other year 

Note: Total institutional requirement to graduate, 120 credits.

Requirements for a Minor

Year 2

Credits

MGMT 293 - (Human Resource Management)

3

Years 3 and 4

Credits

Elective Options:

MGMT 345 - (Workplace Safety and Wellness) 

MGMT 355 - (Training and Development)

MGMT 365 - (Compensation and Benefits) 

MGMT 377 - (Recruitment and Selection)

MGMT 392 - (Negotiations)

MGMT 396 - (International Human Resource Management)

ECON 350 - (Labour Economics)

MGMT 425 - (Strategic Human Resources Planning)

MGMT 460 - (Business-Government Relations)

MGMT 485 - (Labour and Employee Relations)

*MGMT 491 - (Senior Project) or 
MGMT 499 - (Business Internship) 

18

Total Program Credits

21

* With permission of Department

Note: A total of 18 elective credits chosen from select Management and Economics courses numbered 300-499, as listed in Year 3 and Year 4. The number of credits in each year will vary depending on the courses chosen. If a selected course is applied to any major in the Bachelor of Business Administration or other minor in the Bachelor of Business Administration, then it cannot be applied to this minor.

Updated 
Sunday, September 26, 2021

Domestic Fees | International Fees

Domestic Fees

Tuition and Other Mandatory Student Fees

When applying to the program, applicants will be charged a non-refundable application fee.

When applying to graduate, students will be charged a non-refundable graduation and alumni fee.

Some courses have additional fees to pay for extraordinary class–related expenses.

Fees for One Year*

Amount

Tuition (30 credits x $156.80 per credit)

4,704.00

Student Activity fee (4% of tuition)

188.16

Student Services fee (30 credits x $6.93 per credit)

207.90

VIU Students' Union fee (8 months x $20.90 per month)

167.20

Health and Dental Plan fee ($275.00 per year)

275.00

Approximate cost for books and supplies for one year (Note: Books and supply costs vary depending on course load and course type.)

1,100.00

Total

6,642.26

Notes

* The above table is based on ten 3-credit courses taken over two semesters.

The Health and Dental Plan fee is in effect only for full-time students at the Nanaimo Campus.

All fees are subject to change without prior notice.

International Fees

Tuition and Other Mandatory Student Fees

When applying to the program, applicants will be charged a non-refundable application fee.

When applying to graduate, students will be charged a non-refundable graduation and alumni fee.

Some courses have additional fees to pay for extraordinary class–related expenses.

Fees for One Year*

Amount

Tuition (2 semesters x $8700.00 per semester)

17,400.00

Ancillary Fee (2 semesters x $389.40 per semester)

778.80

VIU Students' Union fee (8 months x $20.90 per month)

167.20

Health and Dental Plan fee ($275.00 per year)

275.00

Approximate cost for books and supplies for one year (Note: Books and supply costs vary depending on course load and course type.)

1,100.00

Total

19,721.00

Notes

Tuition in the above table is based on a maximum of 15 credits at $725.00 per credit, up to a maximum of $8,700.00 per semester for 12-15 credits; $725.00 per credit beyond 15 credits. Ancillary Fees in the above table are based on a maximum of 15 credits at $32.45 per credit, up to a maximum of $389.40 per semester for 12-15 credits; $32.45 per credit beyond 15 credits.

* The above table is based on ten 3-credit courses taken over two semesters.

The Health and Dental Plan fee is in effect only for full-time students at the Nanaimo Campus.

All fees are subject to change without prior notice.

Updated
Monday, August 16, 2021

Domestic (Canadian)

Program Start Date Accepting Applications Campus
Anticipated intake for someone applying today
Sep 6, 2022
Application Fee
$42.55
Testing Required
No
Admissions Assistant

Name: Petra Scott
Phone: 250-753-3245 ext. 4014
Email: petra.scott@viu.ca

Comments

Questions about becoming a student can be directed to the Office of Future Students at 250 740-6672 or email connect@viu.ca.

International

Program Start Date Accepting Applications Campus
Anticipated intake for someone applying today
Sep 6, 2022
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Application Fee
$150.00
Accepting Late Applications
Yes
Testing Required
No
International Admissions Officer Contact

Name: Amy Collins and Yuka Takai
Email: study@viu.ca

Comments

For prospective international applicants, please send your inquires to World VIU at WorldVIU@viu.ca.

Further information on this program can be found on the Department website.