Business Administration (B.B.A.) Single major (co-op available)
Build your network and tap into the knowledge and expertise of a dedicated community of business leaders and mentors as you prepare for your CPA or CHRP designation or springboard to an M.B.A. or Trent’s Master of Management.
You want to become an innovative business leader or entrepreneur. Trent’s Bachelor of Business Administration will help get you there. Led by industry experts with a passion for teaching, you will learn by examining corporate, self-employment, online, small business, and other business models. You’ll also learn the fundamentals of leadership and management, gaining a deep understanding of the organization of business and its role in today’s highly digital world. Take your education outside the classroom through a placement with one of our fantastic community partners. Build your knowledge and skills through this comprehensive program geared toward professional success. Students can pursue a single major in business and elect to add a specialization if they wish. Adding a specialization is not required.
- Human Resource Management
- Information Systems & E-Commerce
- Marketing & Consumer Culture
- Explore your career interests, and graduate with 12 months of work experience (and income) through the new four-year competitive co-op stream, giving you the edge for future career success
- 100 hours of hands-on professional experience completing placements with leading business sector companies and organizations
- Undertake a community-based research projects with local businesses
- Participate in a number of career-readiness events aimed at preparing you for a successful job search
- Network with industry experts and organizations by tapping into the local business community through Chambers of Commerce and entrepreneurship communities
- brand Manager
- Human Resource Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Retail Strategist
- Indigenous Business Officer
- Labour Relations Specialist
- Fundraising Manager
- Management Skills
- Financial and Managerial Accounting
- Leadership, Training and Development: A Cross-Cultural Approach
- Strategic Management
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
- A minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including program specific prerequisites
- A minimum 70% overall final average
- ENG 4U with a minimum of 60%
- 4U Math Required
Courses for single major in Business:
The BBA Honours program. 20.0 credits including the following 11.5 credits:
- 6.5 ADMN credits consisting of ADMN 1000H, 1221H, 2010H, 2100H, 2220H, 2230H, 2510H, 3021H, 3200H, 3300H, 3400H, 4030H, and 4101H
- 3.0 ADMN credits at the 3000 level or beyond in addition to the above
- 2.0 ECON credits consisting of ECON 1010H, 1020H, 2200H, and 2250H
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It is important you draft a course plan for your studies at Trent. By developing a course plan, you ensure you have the required pre-requisite courses to register in the courses you are interested in as well as meet the requirements to graduate.
First year - Students should complete all required ADMN and ECON first year level required courses.
Second year - Students should complete all required ADMN and ECON second year level courses.
Over third and fourth year, students should complete all required ADMN third and fourth year level courses.
Fourth year – Consider applying for the placement course ADMN 4870H (minimum 72% cumulative average required) and secure an experiential learning position with a local agency.
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