Business Administration

Overview

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Get down to the business of charting your successful future. Whether you're pursuing entrepreneurial passions, intent on completing an MBA, or want to lead within an company, foster corporate social responsibility, direct a non-profit, engage in sales and marketing, manage projects or much, much more, Business Administration is an excellent foundation. Business fuels local, national and global progress and you can be one of the people helping to drive it forward.

So here's the deal:

Take five courses per semester for four years, and you'll complete your Business Administration degree
[courses are worth 3 credits and 3 x 5 x 2 x 4 = 120 credits].

A three-year [90 credit] version of this degree is also available.

Program Streams

  • Accounting
  • Business and Society
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Human Resources
  • Management
  • Marketing

Your Future

This is your career

Become familiar with all aspects of local and international business as you develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills that employers seek.

This is where you can go

Here's a sampling of the jobs our alumni have landed with this degree or entered through further studies:

  • Sales and marketing manager
  • Project administrator
  • Social entrepreneur
  • Business analyst
  • Human resource officer
  • Accountant

Connect

with professionals at the Soul of the Next Economy forum

Beyond the Classroom

Travel abroad with your classmates and professors: focus on community development and microfinance as you conduct case studies and research projects. Through our annual Soul of the Next Economy forum, collaborate with business leaders in Calgary and explore the convergence of innovation, social change and sustainable development.

Faculty & Staff

Randy_P

Randy Poon, PhD, MBA, BComm

+1 (403) 410-2000 ext. 6513
Associate Professor of Business Administration
Business Administration Program Chair
Angie_R

Angie Redecopp, MBA, BEd

+1 (403) 410-2000 ext. 6907
Associate Professor of Business and Development Studies