Business Administration | Assiniboine Community College
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Business Administration

Duration/Start: 2 years/September

Credential: Diploma

Earn a dynamic career in your business field of choice, choose one of Assiniboine's seven Business Administration specializations.

Our two-year Business Administration diploma program will open a door for you to an exciting and challenging career. You’ll develop the skill set to perform administrative or management functions in all types and sizes of organizations. If your goal is to start your own business or work in accounting, financial services, human resources, aboriginal financial management, general, management or marketing, we can put you on the right path.

Business Administration features seven specializations. Many courses are available both on campus and by distance, offering you flexibility in planning your education. Our emphasis is on practical application through group work, employer networking and paid work experience. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with and learn from veteran business leaders in the community.

The common first year is available entirely by distance delivery or on campus in Brandon and in Dauphin. Download the Business Administration - Parkland Campus program information sheet

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 2 years/September

Credential Diploma

Credits 135

Optional Exit Yes

Optional Exit Credits 69

Co-op Work Placement Yes

Distance Delivery Yes

International Students Yes

Study Options
Distance Education
On Campus
Open to International Students

100

% OF RECENT GRADS SURVEYED FROM THIS PROGRAM ARE EMPLOYED.

You've got options!

All Business Administration specializations share a common first year*. If you can't decide on a specialization or wish to switch before your second year, our student advisors are happy to help you make an informed decision.

A diploma in ACC’s Business Administration also provides a solid foundation for further study in a university or professional program.

*Students who plan to pursue the new Aboriginal Financial Management specialization will replace PSSY-0004 Organizational Behaviour with COMM-0110 Presentation Skills & Graphics in Year One and should meet with the chairperson or a student advisor before registering. 

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