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My Program Plan

Wondering which courses you will need to take to earn your degree? By following a program plan, you can graduate as quickly as possible.

Specialty Concentration General Management Marketing Human Resources International Business Accounting Financial Management Management Information Systems Real Estate
General Education 9 courses 9 courses 9 courses 9 courses 10 courses 9 courses 9 courses 9 courses
Business Core 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses 21 courses
Lower Division
(100-200 Level)
10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
Upper Division
(300-400 Level)
11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
Business Concentration 6 courses 5 courses 6 courses 5 courses 10 courses 5 courses 5 courses 5 courses
Electives 6 courses 7 courses 6 courses 7 courses 1 course 7 courses 7 courses 7 courses
Lower Division 3 3 3 3 0 3 3 3
Upper Division 3 4 3 4 1 4 4 4
TOTAL 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42
All BBA courses are 3 credits each

My First Year

General Education Courses: 7-8 courses required (only applicable to BBA, please see BHM section at bottom of page for BHM requirements)​

Prerequisite: None

This course is designed to help students develop university-level writing skills.  Students improve their critical reading, English grammar and oral presentation skills while learning strategies for researching, planning, drafting, composing, and editing university essays in the APA format.

A range of academic essays is explored, including Response Paper, Problem-Solution, Compare-Contrast, and Cause-Effect. Students also learn how to summarize and paraphrase texts effectively and without committing plagiarism.

Prerequisite: ENGL101

This course is designed to help students extend their critical thinking, analytical, and research skills, and apply them to academic writing. Students explore common types of research, annotations and two major assignments: an academic case study report and a research paper in the form of an argumentative essay based on extensive secondary research in their area of business interest written in APA 7th format. Students also share their findings with the class through oral presentations in teams and individually.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

In the increasingly global business economy, effective communication skills are one of the most important determinants of career success. This course introduces students to a wide range of concepts essential to communicating effectively in business settings. Coverage includes all the important written message formats, as well as oral communication (presentations), critical thinking, nonverbal communication, the use of new communications technologies, and successful job application and interview techniques.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to business mathematics. These include a review on numbers (fraction, percent and decimals) and solving linear equations or proportions. Then it will be the basic statistics concepts, payroll, markup, markdown, and inventory control. Next, students will explore the finance- simple and compound interest, annuity, and amortization. The course will be completed by introducing the accounting and its applications – depreciation and financial statements. This course is to prepare the students for statistics, accounting, management science, and other business courses that require applications of business mathematics.

Prerequisite: BADM120

This course is to provide the elementary level of descriptive Statistics and a part of the intermediate level of inferential Statistics. These include a review of the numerical measure and graphical displays. Then it will be an introduction to probability, three discrete probability distributions (binomial, hypergeometric and Poisson distributions), and three continuous probability distributions (uniform, normal and exponential distributions). Next, students will learn inferential Statistics – sampling methods, confidence intervals, one- and two-sample testing hypotheses, analysis of variance, regression and time series.

This course will assist students in classifying and analyzing research and economic data and in testing assumptions about the underlying nature of the data provided before testing hypotheses.

Prerequisite: BADM221

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to applied modelling and business problems including linear and non-linear programming, goal programming, decision making under uncertainty, queuing models, inventory management, and time series analysis.

* All General Education and Business Core courses are common amongst the 7 concentrations. The only exception is the
Accounting concentration which requires one additional General Education course.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

The course provides an overview of the Canadian business environment, forms of organizations, the management function, and an introduction to the
functional areas of business management. The course includes insights into the key economic and business developments that shape the future. The
integration of business practices, incorporating technology in business, globalization and global management skills, sustainable business, changing
Canadian demographics, corporate ethical standards, managing multinational cultures in the workplace, virtual teams and corporations, nurturing
knowledge workers, and entrepreneurship.

Prerequisite: None

This course is designed to give students a strong foundation of basic computer skills through guided activities and will allow them to learn fundamental concepts and skills for applying Technology. The course will introduce students to basic knowledge of computer components including the internal hardware, operating system, and software applications.

Students will gain practice in using productivity applications including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Power Point and help them foster connection skills such as collaboration, problem solving and self-direction using multimedia, technology tools and resources. The course will also introduce students to various social, legal, and ethical implications and issues regarding the internet, information, and security.

Business Core Courses: 21 courses required

Lower Division Business Core Courses (All 10 courses listed below are required)

Prerequisite: ACCT211

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with both traditional and modern approaches to cost and managerial accounting concepts. Key topics include job-order costing; activity-based costing; cost-volume-profit analysis; master budgeting; flexible budgeting; variance analysis; inventory costing and relevant cost analysis.

Prerequisite: BADM120, ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

An introduction to basic financial accounting for proprietorships in service and merchandising businesses; this includes the recording of financial transactions and preparation of basic financial statements. Accounting for assets is also discussed in detail.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

This course assumes a degree of computer literacy, accounting knowledge, and problem-solving ability. The course builds on these student strengths to develop a managerial appreciation for information systems and their uses in business and other organizations in the areas of financial control, marketing, production, hardware and software, visualization, and customer service. Service level agreements and integration challenges, information technology, asset management, information technology audit, and implications information, technology project risk management.

Prerequisite: BADM221 and ENGL101

This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the latest theories and practices of operations management employed by world class manufacturing organizations. Topics include total quality management, material requirements planning, just-in-time inventory and supply chain management, synchronous manufacturing, theory of constraints, work simplification, and operations research. Lean manufacturing concepts will be stressed.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

This is a survey course that introduces managers to the functions and practices of human resources management. These functions include human resources and succession planning, recruitment, selection, job design and analysis, training and development, compensation, health and safety, performance appraisal, collective bargaining, and union contract administration.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

This course is designed to provide a basic conceptual framework that enables students to understand the international environments and the various management issues of global businesses. At the end of this course, students should be able to learn key concepts, tools, and frameworks of international business management.

Prerequisite: ENGL101 (Co-Requisite)

This introductory marketing course covers the basic components of a marketing system including product, price, promotion and distribution decisions (place). Students are introduced to marketing strategy, the marketing environment, marketing research, consumer and business buying behaviour, segmentation, targeting and positioning, branding, new product development, pricing strategies, distribution channels and the concept of integrated marketing communications.

Prerequisite: BADM120 and ENGL101

This course provides an introduction to the principles of microeconomics in the context of what is happening in Canada and the world. The focus is on the market economy and its operation and on the appropriate role of government and the market in organizing economic activity. Such issues as market successes and market failures, income redistribution, environment, and health care are analyzed throughout the course.

Prerequisite: BADM120 and ENGL101

The main points included in macroeconomic theory include national income and fiscal policy; money; banking; monetary policy; inflation, unemployment, international economics and trade. This course focuses on the Canadian economy and the government and the Bank of Canada’s policies.

Prerequisite: ACCT201

This introductory course in Finance builds on the student’s accounting and economics knowledge and develops skills in financial analysis, financial forecasting, and financial management. It also provides knowledge of financial instruments like stocks, bonds, convertibles, and warrants as they are used in the financial markets of Canada.

Upper Division Business Core Courses (All 11 courses listed below are required)

Prerequisite: ENGL102

The course emphasizes the development and application of legal principles and concepts and their application to Canadian businesses. The general areas covered are the law of torts, contract law, forms of business, special contractual law (employment, labour, bailment, sale of goods, restrictive trade, and insurance), real property, and debtor-creditor relationships.

This course surveys the field of organizational behaviour and provides frameworks for analyzing people and their attitudes and behaviour in organizations. The course covers individual (e.g., motivation, decision making, values, attitudes), interpersonal, and group phenomena (e.g., leadership, norms, power and influence). These psychological constructs are related to such concerns as job design, reward systems, decision making, and productivity. This course is global in its content and orientation.

Prerequisite: BHRM231, BADM110 or ENGL103/4, ENGL101 or
ENGL102 (Co-Requisite)

This course allows the student to explore decision-making in the midst of moral ambiguity and environmental uncertainty. Moral reasoning in an organizational milieu and the understanding of the mechanics of organizational reputation are explored. This course brings into sharper focus the discussion on environmental sustainability that equips students with the strategic concepts they will need to know as they face the future consequences such as climate change and global warming and energy availability.

Prerequisite: BADM304, ENGL101 or ENGL102 (Co-Requisite), BADM110 or ENGL103 or ENGL104

In this course, students will learn to identify and analyze business analytics opportunities that create value. Students will use data to develop insights and predictive capabilities using various models and optimization techniques to support decision making while given large numbers of alternatives and constraints.

Students will learn to use business analytics to improve organizational performance and support decision systems. Introduction to Power BI – Generating and interpreting reports Introduction to Tableau – Data visualization and visual analytics.

Prerequisite: BADM221, ENGL102 (Co-Requisite)

Studies found that effective diversity management in organizations has a direct and positive impact on economic productivity and intergroup relationships in society. This course reviews various theories and research findings in social and organizational psychology on diversity management and examines how diversity management and inclusion take place across multiple levels — at the organizational, group or team, and interpersonal and individual levels.

An integral part of the course includes reviewing relevant empirical findings and considering how the dynamics of workgroup relations are affected by various diversity dimensions among group members. As well, it entails looking at leadership variables that impact on the design and implementation of policies and practices for inclusive organizations.

Prerequisite: BADM302, BADM221

This course is based on a six-step process that includes: problem definition; nature and  scope of research objectives; research design and statistical analysis; fieldwork procedures; data preparation and analysis; and the development of formal reports with research objectives that are compatible with corporate business strategy.

This course also covers the basic elements of experimental and observational research and introduces the students to fields of qualitative and quantitative research methods, now to select the effective methods to acquire, analyze and present data. This course specifically adds a special emphasis on the role of marketing research in management decision making, marketing research ethics and the management of marketing research results.

Prerequisite: 45 Credits in Business Core Courses

This course looks carefully into how the global entrepreneur seeks out and conducts new and innovative business activities across national borders. The course also familiarizes students with the fundamental concepts and tools necessary to implement an effective global financial management strategy.

Prerequisite: 60 Credits in Business Core Courses

The purpose of this course is to understand the theory and processes of negotiation as it is practiced in a variety of union and non-union settings. It is designed to be relevant to the broad spectrum of negotiation problems that are faced by managers and professionals including sales and purchasing negotiations as well as industrial relations negotiations. Theories of conflict, the structure of conflict and the content of conflict will be stressed. Intervention strategies for conflict resolution will also be examined.

Prerequisite: BADM202

This course covers the management of projects and the managerial techniques utilized by successful project managers. The following subjects are included in this course: project operations, planning and quality assurance, mission statements, objectives and goals, project budgeting, funding and control, feasibility analysis, manpower planning, negotiation and contract procurement, project plans and their relationship to business plans.

Prerequisite: 45 Credits in Business Core Courses and additional credit in: BHRM231
and BADM302

The course provides students with the discipline’s defining conceptual frameworks and the technologies used in the practice of organization development. A major emphasis is on understanding the relationship between the OD practitioner’s role and key players in the client system as the OD cycle unfolds. The practitioner’s “mindset” is experienced as students are challenged to frame organizational issues and identify how to enter and intervene in dynamic organizational settings.

Prerequisite: 90 Credits

This is a capstone course designed to help students integrate their learning in marketing, organizational behaviour, accounting, and finance by developing and analyzing corporate strategy using real cases. The student is placed in the position of general manager, owner, or consultant and asked to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats and to devise an action plan for the company.

The integrated learning process will enable students to clearly understand that policy and strategy impact everyone in an organization at every level. Policy and Strategic Management addresses pivotal questions of why some organizations and managers are successful and others fail. This course will look at success and failure and learn from both. The course takes a practical applied view of how policy and strategy in organizations function in the real world.  Integrating these elements will require rigour in order to develop the leadership and management competencies required for analysis, strategic thinking and decision-making to effectively manage and lead changing contexts, relationships and tasks.

Accounting

Accounting Concentration Courses 10 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
ACCT311 Financial Accounting II ACCT211
ACCT301 Managerial Accounting II ACCT201
FINC311 Financial Management II FINC211
ACCT331 Intermediate Financial Accounting I: Assets ACCT311
ACCT332 Int. Financial Accounting II: Liabilities and Equity ACCT331
ACCT431 Advanced Financial Accounting ACCT332
ACCT432 Advanced Managerial Accounting BADM221 and ACCT301
ACCT433 External Auditing I ACCT332
ACCT435 Accounting Theory and Practice FINC311 and ACCT332
TAXN401 Taxation ACCT332 (Co-req.)
Electives 1 course required
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 1 course listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211 and ENGL101
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, BADM202 and ENGL101
BHRM403 Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness BADM221, ENGL101 and BHRM231
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

Real Estate Management

Real Estate Management Concentration Courses 5 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
REES331 Foundations of Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 101, BADM 130, ENGL102 and ECON 121
REES332 Canadian Real Estate Law and Ethics BUSI 101, BADM 130 and BADM301
REES402 Real Estate Development and Management REES 331 and REES 433
REES431 Commercial Real Estate Property Management REES331
REES433 Real Estate Investment Analysis and Advanced Income Appraisal REES331
Electives
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BMTH100 Basic Math ENGL101 (Co-req.) or ENGL103/4 (Co-req.)
COMM110 Critical Thinking ENGL101 (Co-req.)
COMM120 Public Speaking and Presentations ENGL101
GEOG211 Geographic Information Systems BUSI101, BADM130 and ENGL101
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHRM401 Quality Management and Organizational Excellence BHRM231, BADM302 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BIBM301 Transportation Law BIBM201
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, BADM202, and ENGL101
BMRK302 Social Media and Digital Marketing BMRK231 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
REES432 Residential Real Estate Property Management REES331

Financial Management

Financial Management Concentration Courses 5 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211 and ENGL101
FINC331 Investment Management FINC211, BADM311 and ECON122
FINC402 Fixed Income Analysis FINC211, BADM311, ECON122 and FINC331
FINC432 Corporate Finance FINC211, BADM311, ECON122 and FINC331
FINC490
OR
FINC491
Financial Management Strategy
Financial Management Strategy Practicum
BADM490 and 15 credits of Financial Management courses (FINC211, FINC331, FINC402, FINC432 and BIBM332)
Electives 7 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BMTH100 Basic Math ENGL101 (Co-req.) or ENGL103/4 (Co-req.)
COMM110 Critical Thinking ENGL101 (Co-req.)
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST202 World Civilization I ENGL101 (Co-req.)
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122
FINC300 Principles or Real Estate Appraisal BADM311, ECON122 and FINC211
TAXN401 Taxation ACCT332 (Co-req.)

General Management

General Business Management Concentration Courses 6 courses required
Choose TWO from the following BMRK Concentration courses
Subject Title Prerequisites
BMRK302 Social Media and Digital Marketing BMRK231, ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BMRK431 Marketing Communications ENGL101, BMRK231
BMRK433 International Marketing Management ENGL101, BIBM101 and BMRK231
BMRK434 Effective Selling and Sales Management ENGL101, BMRK231
Choose TWO from the following BIBM Concentration Courses
BIBM331 International Trade Management ENGL101, ACCT211, BIBM101 and ECON122
BIBM332 International Finance ENGL101, BIBM101 and FINC211
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics ENGL101, BIBM101 and BADM202
Choose TWO from the following BHRM Concentration Courses
BHRM331 Strategic Planning for Human Resources ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM332 Recruitment and Selection ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM403 Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness BADM221, ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM432 Compensation Management BHRM331 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHRM434 IDEA, Culture and Global Human Resources Management BADM302 and BHRM332
Electives 6 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM201 Managerial Skills ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BADM222 Management Science BADM221
BHMT250 Wine and Oenology NONE
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST202 World Civilization I ENGL101 (Co-req.)
MUSC100 Music Appreciation NONE
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BADM330 Global Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 45 credits
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

International Business Management

International Business Management Concentration Courses 5 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
BIBM331 International Trade Management BIBM 101, ACCT211, ENGL101, ENGL102
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211, ENGL101
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, ENGL101, BADM202
BMRK433 International Marketing Management BIBM101, ENGL101, BMRK231
BIBM490
OR
BIBM491
Global Business Strategy
Practicum
BADM490 and 15 credits of BIBM courses (BIBM101,
BIBM331, BIBM332, BIBM432 and BIBM433)
Electives 7 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM201 Managerial Skills ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BADM222 Management Science BADM221
BIBM201 Managing Transportation Systems BIBM101 and BADM221
BIBM202 Logistics Management BIBM201
ECON201 Transportation Economics BIBM201, ECON121 and ECON122
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST202 World Civilization I ENGL101 (Co-req.)
MUSC100 Music Appreciation NONE
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BIBM301 Transportation Law BIBM201
BIBM322 Integrated Logistics and Supply Chain Management BIBM201and BIBM202
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211 and ENGL101
BHRM403 Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness BADM221, ENGL101 and BHRM231
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

Human Resources Management

Human Resources Concentration Courses
Subject Title Prerequisites
BHRM331 Strategic Planning for Human Resources BHRM231 and ENGL101
BHRM332 Recruitment and Selection BHRM231 and ENGL101
BHRM434 IDEA, Culture and Global Human Resources Management BHRM332 and BADM302
BHRM403 Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness BADM221, ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM432 Compensation Management BHRM331 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHRM490 OR
BHRM491
HR Management Strategies and Workforce Development Practices
HR Management Strategies and Practicum
BADM490 and 18 credits of BHRM courses (BHRM231, BHRM331, BHRM332, BHRM434, BHRM403 and BHRM432)
Electives 7 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM201 Managerial Skills ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BADM222 Management Science BADM221
BHMT250 Wine and Oenology NONE
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST202 World Civilization I ENGL101 (Co-req.)
MUSC100 Music Appreciation NONE
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211 and ENGL101
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, BADM202 and ENGL101
BHRM401 Quality Management and Organizational Excellence
BHRM231, BADM302, ENGL102 (Co-req.)
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems Concentration Courses 5 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
MIS331 Technology Enabled Business Process Management BADM130, BADM221 and BUSI101
MIS332 Systems Development Using Advanced Software Tools BADM130, BUSI101 and ENGL102
MIS402 Advanced MIS for e business BADM130, BUSI101 and ENGL102
MIS432 Information System Security Management BADM130, BUSI101 and ENGL102
MIS490
OR
MIS491
Management Information Systems Strategy
Management Information Systems Practicum
BADM490 and 12 credits of MIS courses (MIS331, MIS332, MIS402 and MIS432)
Electives
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BMTH100 Basic Math ENGL101 (Co-req.) or ENGL103/4 (Co-req.)
COMM110 Critical Thinking ENGL101 (Co-req.)
COMM120 Public Speaking and Presentations ENGL101
GEOG211 Geographic Information Systems BUSI101, BADM130 and ENGL101
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BHRM401 Quality Management and Organizational Excellence BHRM231, BADM302 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BIBM301 Transportation Law BIBM201
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, BADM202, and ENGL101
BMRK302 Social Media and Digital Marketing BMRK231 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

Marketing Management

Marketing Concentration Courses 5 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
BMRK302 Social Media and Digital Marketing BMRK231 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BMRK431 Marketing Communications BMRK231 and ENGL101
BMRK433 International Marketing Management BIBM101, BMRK231 and ENGL101
BMRK434 Effective Selling and Sales Management BMRK231 and ENGL101
BMRK490
OR
BMRK491
Marketing Management and Strategy
Marketing Management Strategies and Practicum
BADM490 and 15 credits of BMRK courses (BMRK231, BMRK302, BMRK431, BMRK433 and BMRK434)
Electives 7 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM222 Management Science BADM221
BHMT250 Wine and Oenology NONE
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST201 Canada in the 21st Century ENGL101 (Co-req.)
HIST202 World Civilization I ENGL101 (Co-req.)
MUSC100 Music Appreciation NONE
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
PSYC101 Intro to Psychology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
SOCI101 Sociology ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 4 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211 and ENGL101
BIBM432 Global Supply Chain Management and Logistics BIBM101, BADM202 and ENGL101
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BHRM403 Employee Relations, Workplace Safety and Wellness BADM221, ENGL101 and BHRM231
POLI301 Environmental Law and Policy ECON121 and ECON122

Bachelor of Hospitality Management

General Education Courses 7 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
LBRS099 Information Literacy, Library and Research Skills (Non-credit) NONE
AIW099 Academic Integrity Workshop (Non-credit) NONE
ENGL101 Academic Writing – Fundamentals NONE
ENGL102 Academic Writing – Advanced ENGL101
BADM120 Business Math ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BADM221 Fundamentals of Economic and Business Statistics BADM120
BUSI101 Canadian Business Environment ENGL101(Co-req.)
Business Core Courses 13 courses required
Lower Division Business Core Courses (All 8 courses listed below are required)
Subject Title Prerequisites
ACCT201 Managerial Accounting I ACCT211
ACCT211 Financial Accounting I BADM120, ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BADM130 Management Information Systems ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BHRM231 Introduction to Human Resources Management ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BMRK231 Marketing ENGL101 (Co-req.)
ECON121   Microeconomics BADM120 and ENGL101
ECON122 Macroeconomics BADM120 and ENGL101
FINC211 Financial Management I ACCT201
Upper Division Business Core Courses (All 5 courses listed below are required)
BADM302 Organizational Behaviour in the Global Workplace BHRM231, BADM110 or ENGL103/4, ENGL101 or ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BADM304 Business Society, Ethics and Sustainability ENGL101 or ENGL102 (Co-req.), and BADM110 or ENGL103/4
BADM322 Business and Marketing Research BADM221 and BMRK231 
BADM490 Business Strategy 90 Credits
BADM304 (Co-req.); BADM322 (Co-req.); BADM301 or BADM302; BADM430 or BADM432
BMRK434 Effective Selling and Sales Management ENGL101 and BMRK231
Hospitality Management Core Courses 14 courses required
Lower Division Hospitality Core Courses (All 6 courses listed below are required)        
Subject Title Prerequisites
BHMT101 Introduction to Hospitality Management ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BHMT202a Food and Beverage I BHMT101
BHMT202b Food and Beverage II BHMT202a, FINC211
BHMT203 Accommodations Management BHMT101
BHMT204 Cost Control BHMT202a and FINC211
BHMT260 Hospitality Managing Change BMRK231
Upper Division Hospitality Core Courses (All 8 courses listed below are required) 
BHMT301 Technology and Information Management BMRK231, BADM130
BHMT302 Facility and Security Management BHMT101
BHMT303 Hospitality Operations and Supply Chain Management BHMT101, FINC211
BHMT304 Innkeepers Law ENGL101
BHMT306 Sustainable Development Corporate Responsibility BHMT203, BHMT302
BHMT401a Revenue Management I  BHMT203, ACCT201
BHMT401b Revenue Management II BHMT401a
BHMT402 Creating Value in the Hospitality Economy 81 BHMT credits
Internship and Capstone Courses (2 courses- BHMT440 or BHMT441 with BHMT490) 2 courses required
Subject Title Prerequisites
BHMT440
OR
BHMT441
Internship- Hospitality Management 
Research Project
111 Credits incl. BHMT 202a, BHMT203, BHMT204, BHMT250, BHMT304, BHMT401a
111 Credits incl. BHMT 202a, BHMT203, BHMT204, BHMT250, BHMT304, BHMT401a
BHMT490 Capstone Hospitality and Business Strategy II 90 Credits in BHMT and credit in BHMT440 or BHMT441
Electives 5 courses required
Lower Division Electives (Select a minimum of 2 courses listed below)
Subject Title Prerequisites
BADM110 Business Communications ENGL101
BHMT250 Wine and Oenology NONE
BIBM101 International Business Management ENGL101 (Co-req.)
BIBM201 Managing Transportation Systems BIBM101 and BADM221
BIBM202 Logistics Management BIBM201
BMTH100 Basic Math ENGL101 (Co-req.) or ENGL103/4 (Co-req.)
COMM110 Critical Thinking ENGL101 (Co-req.)
COMP101 Computer Literacy NONE
HIST202 World Civilization  ENGL101
GEOG210 Urban Geography ENGL101 (Co-req.)
MUSC100 Music Appreciation NONE
POLI102 Introduction to Canadian Politics ENGL101 (Co-req.)
Upper Division Electives (Select a minimum of 3 courses listed below)
BADM306 Creativity and Design Thinking in Business BUSI101 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BADM311 Business Analytics and Decision Making BADM221, ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BADM330 Global Entrepreneurship and Venture Management 45 Credits Business Core Courses
BHMT305 Events Management in Hospitality BMRK231 and BUSI101
BHRM331 Strategic Planning for HR ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM332 Recruitment and Selection ENGL101, BHRM231
BHRM432 Compensation Management BHRM331 and ENGL102 (Co-req.)
BHRM434 IDEA Cultural & Global Human Resources Management BHRM332 and BADM302
BIBM331 International Trade Management BIBM101, ECON122, ACCT211, ENGL101
BIBM332 International Finance BIBM101, FINC211, ENGL101
BMRK332 Consumer Behaviour BMRK231, ENGL102
BMRK431 Marketing Communications BMRK231, ENGL101
BMRK433 International Marketing Management BMRK231, BIBM101, ENGL10