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Diploma of Business Administration

Program Outline

The aim is to provide academic students with the foundation to be Managers and Administrators entering the workforce, or enter University for a BBA or MBA. 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.

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.

Tuition fee full program:

Domestic Student: $15,500                  International Student: $18,700

Application fee: $200                               Application fee: $200.

Tuition Fee: $12,800                                 Tuition Fee: $16,000

Text Book Fee: $2,500                              Text Book Fee: $2,500

Learning Objectives

Business AdministrationUpon 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
  • Business Statistics
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Accounting I – Structure, Cycle, & Accounting Classifications
  • Accounting II – Managerial, Financial, and Strategic Accounting
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Product and Sales Development
  • Introduction to Management
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Introduction to Personal Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Introduction to Business Law
  • International Business & the Global Economy

For detailed information, please contact our Admissions Officer at or at 604-357-8022