Brief Program Description:

The Business Administration Diploma program provides students with a broad understanding of business practices. The one-year diploma in Business Administration will provide graduates with foundational business and professional skills. The program is designed to give graduates a developed portfolio of job-ready skills and a wide range of business principles and concepts to expand the graduate’s career options.

Completion Requirements:In order to successfully graduate, students are required to:
- Complete each course/module in the program with a 70% or higher marks;
- Have paid all dues (money owed) in full to the College;

Program Duration:800 Hours. 40 Weeks.

Homework Hours:4-6 Hours per course.

“This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.”

Program Organization

Title of Course/Work Experience Component # of Hours
MGMT101 Introduction to Management 80
MARK101 Principles of Marketing 80
FINA101 Introduction to Finance 80
ECON101 Fundamentals of Economic 80
MATH101 Basic Math for Business 80
ORGB101 Organizational Behavior 80
COMM101 Business Communication 80
BUSN103 Canadian Business and the Law 80
BUSN102 E-commerce 80
ACCT101 Principles of Accounting 80
Total Program Hours 800


All Tuition and Fees are in Canadian Dollars Amount – Domestic Students  Amount – International Students 
Registration/Application Fee: (Non-Refundable) 250.00 1,000.00
Tuition Fee 13,500.00 16,500.00
Materials and Supplies 40.00
Student Services Fee 100.00 110.00
Student Record Archiving Fee 40.00
Textbook Costs (Approx) 1000.00 1000.00
Total Program Costs $ 14,930.00 $ 18,610.00

Career Occupations

Graduate students will be able to enter the job market in a variety of entry level positions, such as:

  • Business Development Associate
  • Marketing Associate
  • Account Manager
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Financial Administrator
  • Human Resources Coordinator
  • Sales Representative
  • Risk Management Consultant
  • Customer Service Representative

Admission Requirements

  1. Provide the College with a transcript evidencing the student has graduated from Grade 12 (or equivalent) OR provide evidence the student is 19 years of age or over.

For International students or students whose first language is not English, in addition to the admission requirements listed above, the student must also meet one or more of the following language proficiency requirements:

  • Provide evidence the student has completed a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of CBT 240 OR iBT91; OR
  • Provide evidence the student has completed an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 6.0 OR
  • Provide evidence the student has completed a Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) – General Test with a minimum score of 7.0 OR
  • Provide evidence the student has completed a Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) with a minimum score of 780 OR
  • Provide evidence the student has successfully completed grade 12 or post-secondary education in an English instructional school system.

In addition, all International students are required to obtain a valid study visa to complete the Program.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program the successful student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the theory and practice of recording financial events for service and merchandising to prepare financial statements while becoming familiar with account cycles, cash and receivables, inventory valuation and special journal and subsidiary ledger use.
  • Understand the fundamentals of Canadian managerial principles, methods and skills: organizational structure, strategy and ops, controlling and leading, and managerial decision-making.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of spreadsheet and database software applications including the design and management of spreadsheets and workbooks, managing and analyzing data, macros, queries, reports, relational databases, and Pivots.
  • Demonstrate fundamental understanding of the micro and macro economic frameworks of the Canadian economy including supply and demand, economic goals, monetary policy, fiscal policy, and market structure with current economic interests incorporated into analysis.
  • Demonstrate the concepts involved in marketing functions in a firm or business community while exploring tools and techniques used in developing a marketing strategy.
  • Recognize and apply basic financial management principles relating to financial management goals, functions and decisions by calculating, preparing, analyzing, and projecting economic health, financial leverage, and working capital of a company.
  • Demonstrate and understand the fundamentals of accounting abilities regarding acquisitions, depreciations, intangible assets, natural resources, goodwill, liabilities and methods appropriate to mitigate, corporate transactions, and net income calculation amongst various partners while accounting for applicable sales taxes.
  • Demonstrate and understand the various functions of human resource management including compensation and benefits, staffing, recruitment and selection, research, labor relations, training and development, health and safety, mediation, influence of government legislation, and human rights and employment equity.