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Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – International Business Management
About the Program
At the end of Year 2, students have the option of specializing in Human Resource Management (HRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM) or Marketing Management (MM), or continuing in the general stream. The Ministry has also approved specializations in Sustainability Management and Project Management and there are plans to implement them over the next few years.
Program highlights include:
- three paid co-op terms
- two major consulting projects
- use of the Ivey case analysis methodology, teaching you to solve real-world problems with a world-renowned analysis process
- use of SAP Business Suite Applications
Our strong international focus includes:
This international degree program meets a variety of accreditation requirements:
Graduates of this program have been accepted to the following programs:
– MBA at McMaster University
– MBA at Wilfrid Laurier University
– Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) at University of Waterloo
– Master of Environment and Sustainability at Western University
– Master of International Trade at University of Saskatchewan
– Master of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Saint Mary s University
– Bachelor of Education at Lakehead University
Conestoga is a member of AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
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Location: Doon (Kitchener)
Start: September and January
First-Year Capacity: 90 September, 25 January
Bachelor’s Degrees in Applied Areas of Study
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), or equivalent, OR 19 years of age or older
- A minimum of six (6) Grade 12 courses with a minimum cumulative average of 65%, including two (2) required U level courses and one (1) required U or M level course from a specified group of courses and three (3) additional U or M level courses. (Higher averages are often required for admission.)
- The following Grade 12 U courses are required:
- English (ENG4U)
- One (1) Grade 12 Mathematics course from the following: Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) OR Advanced Functions (MHF4U) OR Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)
- At least one Grade 12 U or M course from ONE of the following disciplines: Canadian and World Studies, Classical Studies and International Languages, French as a Second Language, Social Sciences and Humanities, or Business Studies
- Three (3) other Grade 12 U or M courses
Note re: Admission Requirements
- The minimum cumulative average required for consideration is 65%. Higher averages are often required for admission due to competition for available spaces in the program.
- Academic strength is calculated by averaging all submitted Grade 12 marks (or equivalent) of the required subjects and three additional U or M courses. If more than three additional courses are submitted, the course(s) with the highest mark(s) will be used.
- Applicants may be required to complete a supplementary information sheet and attend an interview.
- A sound mathematical and English background is important for success in this program and is considered during the admission selection process. Minimum cutoffs apply.
- Students in this program are required to bring a mobile device that meets minimum specified requirements.
- Students in this program are required to participate in Conestoga s eText initiative.
- Students are required to successfully complete two language electives (in one language) in order to graduate.
- Applicants must have basic computer literacy.
- The academic requirements to be eligible for a co-op work term in a degree program are as follows:
- Minimum 2.5 sessional GPA (65% weighted sessional average) in the eligibility term two academic semesters prior to any co-op work term
- Maximum two failures or withdrawals during the academic semester that occurs in the eligibility term two academic semesters prior to any co-op work term
- Must have successfully completed all but two core courses, according to the program design, by the eligibility term prior to any given work term (regardless of the level the student was placed in advanced standing)
- Students (even those on special timetables) will not be permitted to complete a co-op work term until conditions above are met and all but two core course deficiencies, according to the program design, are cleared
- Co-op work terms may need to be re-sequenced to allow academic deficiencies to be cleared or in the event a student changes cohorts (i.e. graduation is delayed by one year or more). Students may not repeat a passed work term
- Should a student s academic performance decline considerably during the term just prior to any work term, the college reserves the right to withdraw the student from the upcoming work term
Tuition fee details for the 2017-2018 year are listed below. Fees for the next academic year are unavailable at this time. Books and supplies are additional.