Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Major

Credential type  Bachelor degree   International applicants  International applicants accepted   Program length  4 years

Open the door to a diverse career with effective skills in managing people, processes and projects and graduate ready to pursue your Certified in Management (CIM) designation.

Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Major

Business Administration - Management Major

Credential type  Diploma   International applicants  International applicants accepted   Program length  2 years

The Business Administration Management major will help you develop general management skills in project management, international management, human resources and leadership.

Business Administration - Management Major

Business and Entrepreneurship

Credential type  Certificate   International applicants  International applicants accepted   Program length  1 year

Follow your entrepreneurial aspirations and gain skills to become a successful entrepreneur working for yourself or in businesses with an entrepreneurial mindset.

Credential: Certificate
Program length: 1 year
International applicants accepted

Business and Entrepreneurship

International Business Management

Credential type  Post-diploma certificate   International applicants  International applicants accepted   Program length  1 year

Navigate the complex world of international business and position yourself for a career in multinational corporations and international companies.

International Business Management

Management and Leadership

Credential type  Certificate   International applicants  International applicants accepted   Program length  1 year

Develop your management and leadership skills to be an effective leader and advance your career.

Credential: Certificate
Program length: 1 year
International applicants accepted

Management and Leadership

Accreditations and designations

Getting career-ready means having the right designations and credentials, so we align our programs to meet prerequisite requirements for these industry designations. We love life-long learning, so we have partnerships to allow students to continue their studies once they graduate from SAIT.

Canadian Institute of Management

The Business Administration Diploma – Management Major and Bachelor of Business Administration – Management Major have national accreditation for the Certificate in Management and Administration, leading to the Certified in Management professional designation through the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM). With their internationally recognized professional designations, CIM has been Canada’s leader in management certification, accreditation, and professional development since 1942.

Canadian Professional Sales Associates

The Business Administration Diploma – Management Major and Bachelor of Business Administration – Management Major are recognized by the Canadian Professional Sales Associates (CPSA) as meeting their educational requirements.

Business Administration provincial pathways

Incoming transfer students might be eligible for the provincial Business Administration pathway if they have completed Business Administration coursework at Bow Valley College, Grande Prairie Regional College, Keyano College, Lakeland College, Lethbridge College, MacEwan University, Medicine Hat College, NAIT, Norquest College, Northern Lakes College, Olds College, Portage College, Red Deer College or Athabasca University in the last five years.

Please contact an academic advisor for more information.

Contact us

School of Business
Academic advising

NN701, Senator Burns Building, SAIT Main Campus

403.284.8485 business.advising@sait.ca

Monday – Friday | 10 am – 2 pm

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SAIT is located on the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the people of Treaty 7 which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Îyârhe Nakoda of Bearspaw, Chiniki and Goodstoney.

We are situated in an area the Blackfoot tribes traditionally called Moh’kinsstis, where the Bow River meets the Elbow River. We now call it the city of Calgary, which is also home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.