Business Administration | Assiniboine Community College

Business Administration

Duration/Start: 2 Years / September or January

Credential: Diploma

It’s not business as usual. Big or small, in every industry and market around the world, organizations of all makes and models need your input and creative problem-solving.

Complete this two-year diploma and you’ll have endless options and possibilities on your horizon. This program gives you a strong base in business knowledge, so you can then launch your career in a way that makes sense for you and the future you want.

In your second year, you will focus on the specialization you chose when you first applied to the program. Four specializations are available: Accounting, Financial Services, Human Resource Management and Marketing. Interact with and learn from community business leaders and instructors with strong industry connections. Hone your skill set through collaborative group work and networking with potential employers.

Learn to understand the world of business from a global perspective, as well as the social and ethical responsibilities needed to flourish within commerce. Business Administration is the first step in your academic journey, and this program will prepare you for further studies for a university degree or professional program.

The common first year is available entirely on campus in Brandon and in Dauphin.

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 2 Years / September or January

Credential Diploma

Credits 120

Optional Exit No

Co-op Work Placement No

Distance Delivery No

International Students Yes

Study Options
On Campus
Open to International Students

Why Choose Business Administration?

As a graduate, your future career opportunities are virtually endless. Find work in almost any area that you desire: start your own business, work for a start-up company, jump in at the corporate entry-level, or follow your passion contributing to a not-for-profit’s mission.

Unique Learning Experiences:

  • Emphasis on practical, applied learning
  • Opportunities to interact with and learn from business community leaders
  • Students work in teams to apply learning from all areas of the program in the Business Capstone course

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