To steer any business towards success, you must first understand the business inside out.
The Bachelor of Business Administration program is a four-year undergraduate degree that allows you to select a concentration that suits your interests and career goals. As a graduate of this degree, you will be able to gain advanced standing toward appropriate professional designations.
The General Business Management concentration is available to those students who are pursuing a broader perspective of the business world, without focusing specifically on any one area of administration. While these students will not develop an in-depth understanding of one of the four areas of concentration, they are expected to have an acceptable understanding of Marketing, Human Resources Management and International Business Management. The General Business Management Concentration consists of the standard lower-level and upper-level course requirements.
It also requires students to complete no less than two courses from Marketing, Human Resources Management and International Business Management.
The General Business Management concentration allows students to work in a diverse industry of versatile management careers. Companies are constantly looking for graduates with integrative skills to be prepared for the challenging tasks of conducting business in different areas of the industry.
For more information on General Business Management careers, please go to the article ‘What kind of jobs can you get with a Business Management degree?‘. If you want to know more insights from the general management industry, workforce and employment statistics, career paths and resources, please visit WorkBC.
A Minimum of 6 Courses Required:
2 courses from BHRM concentration courses; and
4 courses from any other concentration (BIBM, BMRK, MIS, ACCT, FM, or REM)
but no more than 2 from each of the 6 concentrations.
|BHRM331||Strategic Planning for Human Resources|
|BHRM332||Recruitment and Selection|
|BHRM403||Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness|
|BHRM434||IDEA, Culture and Global Human Resources Management|
Choose up to two of the following BMRK Concentration courses:
|BMRK302||Social Media and Digital Marketing|
|BMRK433||International Marketing Management|
|BMRK434||Effective Selling and Sales Management|
Choose up to two of the following BIBM Concentration Courses:
|BIBM331||International Trade Management|
|BIBM432||Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics|
Choose up to two of the following ACCT Concentration Courses:
|ACCT311||Financial Accounting II|
|ACCT301||Managerial Accounting II|
|FINC311||Financial Management II|
|ACCT331||Intermediate Financial Accounting I: Assets|
|ACCT332||Int. Financial Accounting II: Liabilities and Equity|
|ACCT431||Advanced Financial Accounting|
|ACCT432||Advanced Managerial Accounting|
|ACCT433||External Auditing I|
|ACCT435||Accounting Theory and Practice|
Choose up to two of the following FM Concentration Courses:
|FINC402||Fixed Income Analysis|
Choose up to two of the following MIS Concentration Courses:
|MIS331||Technology Enabled Business Process Management|
|MIS332||Systems Development Using Advanced Software Tools|
|MIS402||Advanced MIS for e business|
|MIS432||Information System Security Management|
Choose up to two of the following REM Concentration Courses:
|REES331||Foundations of Real Estate Appraisal|
|REES332||Canadian Real Estate Law and Ethics|
|REES402||Real Estate Development and Management|
|REES431||Commercial Real Estate Property Management|
|REES433||Real Estate Investment Analysis and Advanced Income Appraisal|