BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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].
Become familiar with all aspects of local and international business as you develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills that employers seek.
Here's a sampling of the jobs our alumni have landed with this degree or entered through further studies:
While pursuing her business degree, Lizzy was also taking classes on esthetics, with the hope of using both together to open a salon. A few months after graduation, she put her career goals on hold to live in Spain and teach English for the school year. Lizzy was really living the dream while travelling to new cities and countries almost every weekend! Now back in the “real world”, Lizzy will be continuing her education in cosmetology to expand her knowledge in the industry and work towards a salon of her own. Ambrose Business is thrilled to have Lizzy working with them this summer in business development and Soul Forum planning.
Upon graduation, Sarita found her passion working with a group of marketing companies in Regina, SK. After receiving the 2018 ABEX Award for Marketing Excellence, Sarita realized the need for small business marketing which launched her into creating Little Biz Marketing. She is dedicated to making every dollar count for her clients while creating valuable connections between both herself and clients, and clients and their customers. “I am very thankful for my time at Ambrose. The business program prepared me for my career – maybe not in the technical skills of how to build websites, design logos, or specifically utilize social media – but Ambrose taught me the foundations of good business, entrepreneurship, writing, analysis, and marketing.” Although the challenges of entrepreneurship have not escaped Sarita, she loves what she does while helping others be successful at what they love to do.
While at Ambrose, Zander founded a detailing company which now employs three part time employees, two being Ambrose students. He gets to work on high-end cars as a professional detailer to produce showroom quality. His work on a rare Porsche will be featured in a magazine and his current work on a 1986 Porsche will be displayed at Ambrose upon completion. As Zander is heavily involved in the car community, he participates in road rallies, raising money for charities. Zander also DJed for LYC – a youth conference hosted at Ambrose – for 4 years! Fun trivia – Zander and his brother Andrew both found love and business degrees at Ambrose – with Zander marrying Barbara and Andrew marring Sarita! Look for a future feature on Andrew and Barbara and their careers!