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Diploma of Business Administration & Co-op

 

Program Outline

The aim is to provide academic students with the foundation to be Managers and Administrators entering the workforce. Students will be equipped with in depth knowledge of business theories, policies and procedures and be prepared to take a responsible position within the business world. The program refines a student’s commitment to personal values, moral excellence and professional competence. Upon successful completion, students will have acquired skills in decision-making, problem solving and leadership for the global business world. During the diploma program, students will be given an opportunity to take part in 52-week paid co-op to gain hands-on knowledge & experience in the business administration field.

 

Program Admission Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent, or age 19 and above; Minimum of 60% on Winston College English Placement Test or a minimum of IELTS 5.0.

 

Business Administration + Co-opLearning Objectives

Upon completion of this program the student will be able to:

  • Present business ideas in professional business and academic writing formats
  • Describe organizational structure, organizational culture, and management functions
  • Understand the principles of management
  • Use planning tools and techniques in Project Management and Strategic Management
  • Apply leadership and motivation techniques in human resource situations
  • Apply strategic marketing decisions and complete a marketing plan
  • Discuss global economics and international Trade
  • Understand and apply the basic accounting structures
  • Assess and analyze Financial Statements and Budgets

 

Course setup

  • Academic English and Business Communications
  • Applied Business Mathematics
  • Computer Business Applications
  • Introduction to Organizations and Organizational Behaviour
  • Canadian Economy and Policy
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Accounting I – Structure, Cycle, & Accounting Classifications
  • Accounting II – Managerial, Financial, and Strategic Accounting
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Introduction to Product Development
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • Financial Management – Systems, Assets and Global markets
  • Introduction to Decision Making and Strategic Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Global Business Environment
  • International Marketing
  • International Trade Finance
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • International Market Entry Strategies
  • International Trade Research
  • Legal Aspects of International Trade
  • International Trade Management