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Bachelor of Business Administration

Open for Fall 2017

Length: 4 Years
Credential: Bachelor Degree
Available: Full Time Classroom

Program Highlights

Prepare to make your mark with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Delve deeper into one of six majors – accounting, financial services, human resources, management, marketing or supply chain management – with optional practicum and minors. Grads are ready for careers, professional designations and graduate studies.

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$43,000

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Tuition and Fees Per Year*

Year 1: $6,625
Year 2: $6,625
Year 3: $6,625
Year 4: $6,625
Year 1 (International): $20,831
Year 2 (International): $20,831
Year 3 (International): $20,831
Year 4 (International): $20,831

*Tuition, fees, books and supply costs are subject to change

Requirements

You will be offered admission to this program if you meet the admission requirements and qualify through competitive entry. Competitive entry is based on a two-step process: academic average and an interview, if requested. 

When can you apply?

Fall 2017 start: applications are accepted Oct. 19, 2016 to Sept. 5, 2017.

Your competitive edge

In SAIT's Bachelor of Business Administration program, you get more business-related content than comparable degrees — and the opportunity to fast track towards a professional designation*. With six in-depth majors and two specialized minors, you'll graduate with a competitive edge to impress employers.
*Varies by major

Program Details

Program description 

Make your mark with the industry-recognized Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree. You can stand out in the job market with a wealth of business knowledge and skills - and a more in-depth level of relevant business coursework than graduates from other business degrees.

With your Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) laptop, you engage in small classes with active, collaborative coursework - learning from faculty with real business experience. You work in teams to deliver projects, present strategies and meet business goals. The BBA ensures you develop the business acumen, technical knowledge, and soft skills employers are looking for - leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving and communication.

You start with a common first year to build core business skills. In year two, you choose from six majors: Accounting, Financial Services, Human Resource (HR) Management, Management, Marketing or Supply Chain Management. You can enhance your industry literacy with an optional minor in Construction Project Management or Energy, Oil and Gas. Our close industry partnerships ensure that your learning is directly linked to the business community and real-world experiences.

Your final course is a capstone course where you either consult for a real business client or complete a paid workplace practicum (by application) - both options help you integrate everything you've learned. You graduate highly employable and in-demand with your significant expertise in business and your major.

Majors

Accounting Understand the strategic role of accounting in measuring financial performance. In SAIT's Accounting major, you gain advanced knowledge in core accounting topics and quantitative skills. You graduate with all the courses you need to directly enter the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) program and earn your designation.
Financial Services Study for a career in financial advising, banking, investing, or insurance for personal or corporate clients. The unique Financial Services major lets you complete exams for key industry certifications (IFIC, CSC). You can graduate with in-demand financial credentials already in hand.
Human Resource Management
Graduate ready to add strategic value to organizations in recruitment, compensation, employee training and development, change management or navigating diversity. In this Human Resources Institute of Alberta (HRIA)-accredited program, you are exempt from writing the national exam for your Certified Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation.
Management Open the door to a diverse career with effective skills in managing people, processes and projects. In Management, you learn about projects, operations, change and conflict through practical classes. Specialize your electives and learn the language of industry with a minor in energy or construction.
Marketing Learn to create and innovate to grow a business, launch new products and build brands - sometimes for actual clients. In Marketing, you master the marketing mix, embrace the latest trends and blend theory with real-world scenarios. Graduate with a professional portfolio and prepared for exciting careers.
Supply Chain Management Learn to effectively manage supply chains using examples from real companies. You delve deeply into procurement, logistics, transportation, inventory and warehouse management, supplier relations, contracts and performance analytics. You graduate ready to excel with unique skills from the only Supply Chain Management degree major in southern Alberta.

Minors

Construction Project Management Get the inside track for a business role in the robust Canadian construction industry. You learn the process of managing large capital construction projects including risk and conflict on construction sites, design considerations and more.
Energy, Oil and Gas Prepare to work in Alberta's dynamic energy industry with courses from the state-of-the-art MacPhail School of Energy. You learn the language of the industry with insights into technical, regulatory and economic factors and more.

Your career

When you graduate, you can pursue careers in:

  • Accounting: Accountant, Actuary, Auditor, Consultant, Forensic Accountant, Financial Analyst, Joint Venture Analyst, Procurement Officer, Tax Advisor
  • Financial Services: Asset Manager, Financial Advisor, Investment Consultant, Premium Banker, System Branch Manager
  • Human Resource Management: Change Management Specialist, Health and Wellness Advisor, Labour Relations Advisor, Learning and Development Specialist, Talent Acquisition Specialist
  • Management: Business Development Advisor, Business Owner, Management Consultant, Operations Manager, Project Manager
  • Marketing: Account Manager, Business Development Advisor, Digital Marketing Specialist, Entrepreneur, Event Coordinator, Merchandising Analyst
  • Supply Chain Management: Buyer, Category Manager, Commercial Analyst, Contracts Specialist, Inventory Manager, Logistics and Materials Planner, Procurement Specialist, Supply Chain Coordinator, Transportation Manager

Student success

To be successful in this academically-rigorous program, you should:

  • Attend and actively participate in all classes
  • Spend six to nine hours per week on each course outside of regular class time
  • Be proficient in Windows and Microsoft Office
  • Be prepared to work in teams
  • Be prepared for an academically rigorous program and increasing level of difficulty each year
  • Become familiar and adhere to SAIT's policies and procedures
  • Have strong written and oral communication skills

If you are engaged in campus life and take advantage of SAIT services and resources, you may be more likely to experience success in SAIT's programs.

Credential

Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will receive a SAIT Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

Professional Designations and Certifications

When you graduate, you can pursue different professional designations, depending on your major. In some cases, we have formal agreements with professional associations to recognize BBA coursework for their educational requirements. You may need additional exam, education, or work requirements to earn a designation.

Accounting: You graduate with all pre-requisite educational requirements needed to enter the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Professional Education Program.

Financial Services: You have the opportunity to complete the Investment Funds in Canada (IFIC) and Canadian Securities Course (CSC) exams in the program. You can graduate with your Personal Financial Planner (PFP) designation in hand by passing the necessary exams. The Financial Planning Standards Council recognizes the program as meeting the Core Curriculum requirements for the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certification.

Human Resource Management: This program is accredited by the Human Resources Insitute of Alberta, exempting you from writing the national knowledge exam for your Certified Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation. You can also pursue designations including: Registered Professional Recruiter (RPR), and Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP).

Management: You can pursue the Certified in Management (CIM) designation.

Marketing: You can pursue the Certified Sales Professional (CSP) designation.

Supply Chain Management: You can pursue several designations including Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP), Professional Logistician (P.Log), Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).

Transfer options

Once completed, this SAIT credential may be eligible for transfer credit at another post-secondary institution. Visit Transfer Options to learn more about the transfer agreements currently available to SAIT graduates and incoming students.

Have questions? Write to us at transfer.options@sait.ca.

Admission Requirements

Admission and Selection

  • Fall 2017 start: applications are accepted Oct. 19, 2016 to Sept. 5, 2017.

Admission Requirements

Applicants must meet one of the following (or equivalent), as well as the English Proficiency requirement*:

1. An overall minimum average of 65% where:

  • English 30-1 has to be at least 60% and,
  • Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30 have to be at least 60%, or Math 30-2 has to be at least 70%.

The average will be calculated using English 30-1, and Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30 or Math 30-2, and two courses from Group A, and one course from either Group A or B**.

Group A (Academics)Group B (Other) (5 credits)
Mathematics 31 Art 30 or 31
Biology 30 Drama 30
Chemistry 30 Music 30 (choral, instrumental, general)
Physics 30 Physical Education 30
Science 30 Religion 35
Social Studies 30-1 Social Studies 30-2
One language 30 Other five-credit grade 12 subjects or a combination of two three-credit grade 12 subjects
Five credits of advanced career and technology courses


2. A SAIT Business Administration diploma or a Bachelor of Applied Business Administration or their equivalent from an accredited post-secondary institution, with a minimum 2.3 cumulative GPA, (67% or C+).

3. A two-year diploma or a bachelor's degree from an accredited post-secondary institution, with a minimum 2.3 cumulative GPA, (67% or C+) and completion of English 30-1 and Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30 or Math 30-2 equivalents**.

*All applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency prior to admission, including students educated in Canada.

**Admission is determined based on an applicant's complete academic history, including both high school and post-secondary courses. Post-secondary level courses of similar content may be considered for use in meeting admission requirements.

SAIT accepts high school course equivalents for admission. If you don't meet the requirements, consider Academic Upgrading.

Competitive Entry: Seven Step Process

Step 1: Read the program information to see the qualities needed for student success.

Step 2: Ensure that you meet all of the admission requirements listed above.

Step 3: Review the selection information to understand the process and deadlines 

  • Applications and proof of the admission requirements (transcripts and/or anticipated final grades) along with all supporting documents must be submitted to be included in selection. 
  • There will be 240 seats offered in the fall intake for year one, and 240 seats for advanced standing applicants.

Early Admission Criteria

Early admission will be offered to qualified applicants based on the following criteria.

  1. An overall minimum average of 75% where English 30-1 and Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30 have to be at least 60%. The average will be calculated using English 30-1, and Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30, and two courses from Group A, and one course from either Group A or B, OR,
  2. Applicants who have achieved, or will achieve, a minimum GPA of 2.7 in the SAIT Business Administration diploma or equivalent. 
  3. Applicants who have achieved, or will achieve, a minimum GPA of 2.7 in the post-secondary admission requirement.

Early admission will be offered until March 4 or until the program is full. 

In the selection process, applicants will be assessed on the following criteria and seats will be offered accordingly.

Selection Criteria

  • Applicants who do not qualify for early admission, or who qualify after the early admission deadline has passed, will be placed in selection and academically ranked according to the admission requirements.
  • Interviews may also be required as part of the selection process.
  • Selection will begin on March 7 and be done on a continuous basis until the program has been filled.
  • Applicants will then be offered a seat or waitlisted, based on ranking and seat availability.

Failure to meet anticipated final grades may result in offers being rescinded.

Step 4: Apply to Bachelor of Business Administration and submit your transcripts.

Step 5: Log in to mySAIT.ca to check your admission status. If eligible, your status will indicate that you're "In Selection."

Step 6: Complete the interview, if required.

Step 7: Continue to monitor changes to your application status through mySAIT.ca.

Communication During Selection

Email is the primary source of communication during the selection process. Ensure your personal email account is managed appropriately to receive our emails, files and communications. 

We recommend you add business.advising@sait.ca and the sait.ca domain to your safe senders list or you risk missing critical email messages. 

Program Completion

  • Students starting in a degree program after July 1, 2015, have 10 years to complete the credential requirements.
  • Students who started the program prior to July 1, 2015, are under the previous policy and will have 7 years to complete the credential requirements.
  • The time limitation begins on the date the student started the first course in the credential. 
  • For more information, refer to AC 3.1.1 - Grading and Progression Procedure.

Courses

Program Outline

The Bachelor of Business Administration requires 120 credits (39 courses) for completion, including at least 72 credits at the senior level. All courses are 3 credits, except for the 6-credit Integrative Experience. Junior-level course are indicated by * - all others are senior-level.

The program consists of: Minors - 12 credits:
  • Construction Project Management
  • Energy, Oil and Gas
Other Course Options:

Students take common first year courses, then move into open-registration for year two. The first semester is common for all majors: Accounting, Financial Services, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. Students declare a major in second semester, subject to a competitive screening process.

Year 1 - Semester 1

  • ACCT 1010 - Introductory Financial Accounting I
  • BCMP 1225 - Business Productivity Tools and Technology
  • BMAT 1040 - Business Mathematics
  • ECON 1010 - Microeconomics
  • MNGT 1200 - Introduction to Business

Year 1 - Semester 2

  • COMM 1070 - Communication and Presentation Skills
  • ECON 1110 - Macroeconomics
  • STAT 2040 - Quantitative Methods
  • ACCT or MKTG choice1
  • Semester 2 Elective2

1Choose 1 of 2 - Speak to an advisor about which to choose 

  • ACCT 2010 - Accounting for Managers
  • MKTG 1060 - Marketing Essentials

2Semester 2 Electives - Choose 1 of 5

  • ACCT 2110 - Introductory Financial Accounting II
  • BFIN 1255 - Personal Financial Planning
  • MKTG 1275 - Marketing You
  • MNGT 1255 - Introduction to Management
  • SCMT 1255 - Introduction to Supply Chain Management

Full Course List

To find the course description for a course shown below please go to our Course Finder based on the desired area of study below:

Note: Not all courses will run every year or every semester.

Contact an academic advisor to discuss your individual learning plan: business.advising@sait.ca or 403.284.8485.


 

 

Business Core (45 total credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
ACCT 1010 Introductory Financial Accounting I*
BCMP 1225 Business Productivity Tools and Technology*
BLAW 2030 Business Law
BMAT 1040
Business Mathematics*
ECON 1010 Microeconomics*
ECON 1110 Macroeconomics*
MKTG 1060 Marketing Essentials*
MNGT 1200 Introduction to Business*
MNGT 2250 Organizational Behaviour
MNGT 2360 International Business
MNGT 4050 Strategic Management
Business Core Elective 1 (choose 1 of 2)
ACCT 2010 Accounting for Managers
ACCT 2110 Introductory Financial Accounting II*
Note: Accounting majors must take ACCT 2110 - Introductory Financial Accounting II*.
Business Core Elective 2 (choose 1 of 2)
BFIN 2301 Finance for Managers
FNCE 3060 Finance Management
Note: Accounting majors must take FNCE 3060 - Finance Management.
Business Core Integrative Experience Elective (choose 1 of 2)
ACWE 4990  Business Practicum
MNGT 4990 Business Capstone

* Junior Courses


 

 

Complementary Core (18 total credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
COMM 1070 Communication and Presentation Skills*
COMM 3310 Presentations
PHIL 1011 Critical Thinking*
PHIL 3010 Ethics
STAT 2040 Quantitative Methods*
STAT 4010 Research Methodologies

* Junior Courses


 

 

Complementary Elective Courses (12 total credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
Junior Science Elective (choose 1 of 4)
BIOL 2220 Organisms and their Relationships*
ENVS 2010 Environmental Science for Sustainability*
SCIE 2230 Science of Health and Wellness*
SCIE 2240 Science: Past Present Future*
Junior Humanities Elective (choose 1 of 5)
ARCH 1010 History of Architecture*
ENGL 1010 Critical Reading and Writing*
HUMN 2010 Introduction to Humanities*
PHIL 1030 Ethics in Technology*
PHIL 1040 Introduction to Philosophy*
Junior Social Sciences Elective (choose 1 of 3)
ANTH 2230 Aboriginal Studies*
PSYC 1010 Introduction to Psychology*
SOCI 2010 Introduction to Sociology*
Senior Complementary Elective (choose 1 of 5)
Senior Humanities Elective
COMM 3300 Intercultural Communications
ENGL 3370 Comparative World Literature
Senior Social Sciences Elective
SOCI 3060 Technology and Society
SOCI 3340 Society and the Workplace
SOCI 3380 Conformity and Deviance in the Workplace

* Junior Courses


 

 

Accounting Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
ACCT 2020 Introductory Management Accounting
ACCT 2030 Management Information Systems
ACCT 3010 External Auditing
ACCT 3020 Personal and Corporate Taxation
ACCT 3120 Intermediate Management Accounting
ACCT 3210 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 3310 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACCT 4020 Accounting Theory
ACCT 4140 Internal Auditing and Controls
ACCT 4220 Advanced Management Accounting
ACCT 4410 Advanced Financial Accounting
MNGT 4070 Operations Management
Accounting Electives - Choose 2
ACCT 4110 Advanced External Audit
ACCT 4130  Advanced Information Systems
ACCT 4150 Advanced Taxation
FNCE 4120 Advanced Corporate Finance
Business Elective - see list

 

 

Financial Services Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
ACCT 2375 Introduction to Taxation
BFIN 1255 Personal Financial Planning*
BFIN 2333 Money and Banking
BFIN 2341 Risk Management and Retirement Planning
BFIN 2360 Relationship Selling
BFIN 2380 Financial Planning Process and Estate Planning
BFIN 2386 Integrated Finance
BFIN 3010 Intermediate Finance I
BFIN 3020 Intermediate Finance II
BFIN 4010 Client Advice
BFIN 4020 Advanced Finance I
BFIN 4030 Advanced Finance II
MNGT 4070 Operations Management
Financial Services Certification Elective - Choose 1
BFIN 2356 Mutual Funds and Securities
BFIN 4040 Applied Client Planning
 or Senior Business Elective
Business Elective - see list

 

 

Human Resource Management Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
ELAW 2350 Employment Law
HRMT 2300 Talent Management I: Recruitment and Selection
HRMT 2310 Technical Skills for HR Professionals
HRMT 2320 Human Resource Management
HRMT 2350 Human Resource Information Management
HRMT 2360 Talent Management II: Training and Development
HRMT 3010 Health, Safety and Wellness
HRMT 3020 Talent Management III: Total Rewards
HRMT 4010 Labour Relations
LDSH 3050 Leadership
MNGT 1255 Introduction to Management*
MNGT 3020 Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
MNGT 4010 Change Management
MNGT 4070 Operations Management
Senior Business Elective - see list

 

 

Management Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
HRMT 2320 Human Resource Management
MNGT 1255 Introduction to Management*
MNGT 2320 Project Management
MNGT 3020 Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
MNGT 4010 Change Management
MNGT 4020 Project Management II
MNGT 4070 Operations Management
Management Major Electives - Choose 8 without minor or choose 4 with minor
ECON 2355 Economic Development Fundamentals
ENTR 2350 Entrepreneurship
LDSH 3050 Leadership
MNGT 2367 Municipal Structure and Governance
MNGT 2370 Principles of Supply Chain Management
MNGT 3010 Continuous Improvement
MNGT 3365 International Management
 or Senior Business Elective(s)
Management Minor (4 courses) - Construction Project Management or Energy, Oil and Gas

 

 

Marketing Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
MKTG 1275 Marketing You*
MKTG 2306 Brand Management
MKTG 2322 Marketing Research
MKTG 2336 Marketing Action
MKTG 2340 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 2366 Business Development
MKTG 2375 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKTG 2380 Strategic Marketing
MKTG 3020 Innovation and Design
MKTG 4020 Public Relations
MKTG 4040 Advertising
MNGT 4070 Operations Management
Marketing Elective 1 - Choose 1
MKTG 3359 International Marketing
MKTG 4010 Digital Marketing
Marketing Elective 2 - Choose 1
MKTG 4030 Go To Market
 or Senior Business Elective
Business Elective - see list

 

 

Supply Chain Management Major (45 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
LDSH 3050 Leadership
MNGT 2321 Project Management
MNGT 3020 Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
MNGT 4010 Change Management
SCMT 1255 Introduction to Supply Chain Management*
SCMT 2300 Operations Planning and Scheduling
SCMT 2310 Logistics I
SCMT 2320 Quality: A Supply Chain Perspective
SCMT 2350 Operational Performance Analytics
SCMT 2360 Professional Practice in Supply Chain Management
SCMT 2370 Procurement I
SCMT 2380 Materials Management
SCMT 4010 Procurement II
SCMT 4020 Logistics II
Senior Business Elective - see list

 

 

Construction Project Management Minor (12 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
CPMT 2030 Construction Management Overview*
CPMT 3060 Project Risk and Conflict Management
CPMT 4060 Scope and Design Management
Construction Project Management Elective - Choose 1
CIVL 2110 Project Delivery Systems
SCMT 2320 Quality: A Supply Chain Perspective
SCMT 2370 Procurement I

 

 

Energy, Oil and Gas Minor (12 credits)

Course CodeCourse Name
PTPR 1255 Overview of the Canadian Oil and Gas Industry*
Energy, Oil and Gas Electives - Choose 3
ENVS 3370 Regulatory, Environment and Sustainability
MNGT 3310 Petroleum Management
PTOP 3350 Technology and Canadian Oil and Gas Operations
SCMT 2320 Quality: A Supply Chain Perspective

 

 

Business Electives & Senior Business Electives

Course CodeCourse Name
Business Electives
LDSH 3050 Leadership
HRMT 2320 Human Resource Management
Senior Business Electives
ACCT 2375 Introduction to Taxation
BFIN 2333 Money and Banking
ECON 2355 Economic Development Fundamentals
ELAW 2350 Employment Law
ENTR 2350 Entrepreneurship
HRMT 2300 Talent Management I: Recruitment and Selection
HRMT 2320 Human Resource Management
HRMT 2350 Human Resource Information Management
HRMT 2360 Talent Management II: Training and Development
HRMT 3010 Health, Safety and Wellness
HRMT 3020 Talent Management III: Total Rewards
HRMT 4010 Labour Relations
LDSH 3050 Leadership
MKTG 2306 Brand Management
MKTG 2336 Marketing Action
MKTG 2340 Consumer Behavior
MNGT 2321 Project Management
MNGT 2367 Municipal Structure and Governance
MNGT 2370 Principles of Supply Chain Management
MNGT 3010 Continuous Improvement
MNGT 3020 Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
MNGT 3365 International Management
MNGT 4010 Change Management
SCMT 2300 Operations Planning and Scheduling
SCMT 2310 Logistics I
SCMT 2320 Quality: A Supply Chain Perspective
SCMT 2350 Operational Performance Analytics
SCMT 2370 Procurement I
SCMT 2380 Materials Management
MNGT 395 Managing Strategically
Note: SAIT BA graduates who enter into the BBA may use this course as a senior business elective

* Indicates a junior-level course. All other courses are senior-level.

Progression

Students must attain a PGPA and/or CGPA of 2.0 or better in each semester and pass the necessary prerequisite courses to progress through the program. To qualify for graduation, students must pass all courses, attain a CGPA of 2.0 or better and complete the course requirements within the prescribed timelines.


Costs

Domestic Tuition and Fees*

YearTuition FeesSAIT FeesStudent Association Fees2016/17 Total
1 $5,682 $420 $523 $6,625
2 $5,682 $420 $523 $6,625
3 $5,682 $420 $523 $6,625
4 $5,682 $420 $523 $6,625

International Tuition and Fees*

YearTuition FeesSAIT feesStudent Association Fees2016/17 Total
1 $19,888 $420 $523 $20,831
2 $19,888 $420 $523 $20,831
3 $19,888 $420 $523 $20,831
4 $19,888 $420 $523 $20,831

SAIT Fees

Campus Athletic and Recreation Fee: $160
Universal Transit Pass (UPass): $260

Student Association (SAITSA) Fees

Health Plan: $110**
Dental Plan: $125**
Student Association: $288

Costs And Supplies*

  • Books and supplies are approximately $1,000 - $1,500 per full-time year.

  • Bring Your Own Device program: approx. $600-$800 for a laptop that meets the minimum BYOD requirements.

  • The Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Services major) has a maximum of six courses that require registration and payment to an external accrediting body of approximately $400 to $700 per course for an industry licensing exam.


Find out about Tuition and Financial Aid.


*Tuition, fees, books and supply costs are subject to change.
** For students with existing health and/or dental plans, please refer to the SAITSA website for information on opting out.

Contact Information

School of Business
403.284.8485
business.advising@sait.ca

Inspiring Stories

Trisha appreciated the program’s broad overview, which lays a solid foundation for those looking for work in an industry that is always healthy – even in an economic downturn. She also valued how closely instructors worked with people currently in the industry.

Trisha Chetek-Motiuk
Bachelor of Business Administration | 2016

“It makes sure you’re learning in school what you’ll use in the real world.”