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2 YEAR

Diploma Business Administration

Its not business as usual. Big or small, in every industry, every organization needs you to
solve problems in management and administration.

Why choose Business Administration?


Youve got skills Endless opportunities
Get this two-year diploma and youll be set to Youve got options after you graduate. You can
administer or manage in all types and sizes of work in the private or public sector, start your own
organizations. Want to start your own business? business, study financial markets, help companies
Or work in accounting, financial services, human hire the right people and market the products and
resources, Aboriginal financial management, general services that people need.
management or marketing? With this program,
youre on the right path.

Options are key Up, up and beyond


In your second year, you can focus your career path Looking for a career where what you earn depends
with one of seven different specializations. Most on your ability and effort? In this Business
courses are conveniently available both on campus or Administration program youll be prepared as a
by distance, meaning youve got all the flexibility you business leader with the skills you need to succeed
need when you plan your education. Youll interact today. Have extra initiative? Ask us about continuing
with and learn from veteran business leaders in the in a university or professional program.
community. This program emphasizes practical
application through group work, networking with
employers and paid work experience.

Year 1 Fall term begins Winter term begins Work Placement Year 2 Fall term begins Winter term begins Graduation

SEPTEMBER JANUARY MAY SEPTEMBER JANUARY JUNE

Victoria Ave. E. Campus


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS GENERAL SPECIALIZATION
A complete Manitoba Grade 12 or equivalent including: CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
English 40G/40S or equivalent Graduates may choose to continue their education or seek
Consumer/Essential Mathematics 40S or equivalent employment opportunities in a variety of public and private
sector organizations as an administrator or supervisor.
If you dont meet these admission requirements, please visit
assiniboine.net/specialadmissions for more information. All
applicants educated outside of Canada or in a country not YEAR TWO COURSES
on the test exempt list are expected to meet the English
Language proficiency requirement. See assiniboine.net/elp Course Title Credits
for more information. Required courses include all year one courses as well as:

Business Project BUSN-0119 12

UNIQUE LEARNING EXPERIENCES


Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3
Research and Report Wiritng COMM-0232 3

Co-operative work placement is available and encouraged in ELECTIVE COURSES


many specializations Choose 54 credits from the following list of electives:
Emphasis on practical, applied learning Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3
Opportunities to interact with and learn from business Accounting Software COMP-0556 6
community leaders Advertising MKTG-0030 6
Students work in teams to apply learning from all areas of the Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3
Co-op Work Placement - BUAD COOP-0004 12
program in the capstone Business Project course Database 1 COMP-0009 3
Database 2 COMP-0010 3

PROGRAM FEES Desktop Publishing


Economics 2
COMP-0014
ECON-0007
3
6
Finance 1 BUSN-0018 3
Tuition, laboratory, materials, student services and Students Finance 2 BUSN-0017 3
Association fees total approximately $3125 for year one and Finance 3 BUSN-0016 3
$3150 (estimated) for year two, dependent on specialization. Financial Accounting 3 ACCT-0005 6
Financial Accounting 4 ACCT-0007 6
Estimated costs for books, supplies, trips, etc. are $1475 for Government LAWG-0003 3
year one and $1200 to $2450 for year two, dependant Human Resource Legislation HRMG-0003 3
International Business MKTG-0032 6
on specialization. Management BUSN-0027 6
Management Accounting 1 ACCT-0006 6

YEAR ONE COURSES Management Accounting 2


Management Skill Development
Payroll Administration
ACCT-0008
BUSN-0019
6
6

ALL SPECIALIZATION 2016 - 17


HRMG-0021 3
Spreadsheets 2 COMP-0008 3
Social Media Marketing MKTG-0061 3
Course Title Credits Statistics 1 MATH-0002 6
Statistics 2 MATH-0003 6
Common required courses Tax Preparation Personal BUSN-0109 3
(Delivered in year one for on campus students) Tax Theory Corporate BUSN-0108 3
Tax Theory Personal BUSN-0110 6
Business Mathematics MATH-0040 3 Training and Development HRMG-0034 6
Canadian Business BUSN-0121 3 Workplace Health and Safety WRKP-0020 3
Communications COMM-0006 6
Computer Systems COMP-0006 3 *Students may include up to 12 practical credits, including Co-op Work
Economics 1 ECON-0006 6 Placement BUAD or Work Experience as an elective between Year one
Financial Accounting 1 ACCT-0003 6 and Year two courses.
Financial Accounting 2 ACCT-0004 6

ABORIGINAL FINANCIAL
Financial Mathematics MATH-0001 3
Human Resource Management HRMG-0036 6
Marketing Principles MKTG-0044 6
Organizational Behaviour
Presentation Skills & Graphics
PSSY-0004
COMM-0110
6
3
MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
Spreadsheets 1 COMP-0007 3
Word Processing COMP-0058 3 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates find excellent opportunities in accounting
and financial management within an aboriginal context
including accounting firms, banks, credit unions, aboriginal
communities and organizations, government and non-profit
organizations and consulting firms.
YEAR TWO COURSES FINANCIAL SERVICES
Course Title Credits SPECIALIZATION
Required Courses include all year one courses as well as:
Aboriginal Fiscal Issues ABOR-0014 3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Aboriginal History ABOR-0015 3 Graduates find excellent opportunities in the financial services
Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3
Accounting Software COMP-0556 6 industry as personal banking officers, lending officers (retail
Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3 and agricultural), investment analysts, stockbrokers, and
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6
Finance 1 BUSN-0018 3 customer service representatives. Some graduates choose to
Finance 2 BUSN-0017 3 continue their education.
Finance 3 BUSN-0016 3
Financial Accounting 3 ACCT-0005 6
Financial Accounting 4 ACCT-0007 6 YEAR TWO COURSES
Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3
Management Accounting 1 ACCT-0006 6 Course Title Credits
Management Accounting 2 ACCT-0008 6
Research and Report Writing COMM-0232 3 Required Courses include all year one courses as well as:
Statistics 1 MATH-0002 6
Statistics 2 MATH-0003 6 Banking Systems Practices BUSN-0084 3
Strategies and Accountability ABOR-0013 3 Canadian Securities BUSN-0087 12
Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3
Co-op Work Placement - BUAD* COOP-0004 12
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6

ACCOUNTING Finance 1
Finance 2
Finance 3
BUSN-0018
BUSN-0017
BUSN-0016
3
3
3
SPECIALIZATION Financial Planning (FPII)
Financial Software
BUSN-0135
COMP-0306
12
3
Investment Simulation BUSN-0091 3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3
Tax Preparation Personal BUSN-0109 3
Graduates find excellent opportunities in public accounting Tax Theory Personal BUSN-0110 6
firms, banks, trust companies, accounting and internal *Co-op Work Placement BUAD or Work Experience is taken between
auditing departments in industrial firms, federal, provincial Year one and Year two courses.
or municipal offices, school divisions, parochial schools,
tribal councils, non-profit organizations and health
care institutions, and in owner-managed businesses as HUMAN RESOURCES
business/office managers. Many graduates choose to
continue their education.
SPECIALIZATION
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
YEAR TWO COURSES Graduates can anticipate applying their business
Course Title Credits management skills in areas relating to personnel
administration: staffing, training and development, labour
Required Courses include all year one courses as well as: relations, compensation management and collective
bargaining. Employment opportunities are available in
Business Project BUSN-0119 12
Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3 industrial, commercial and government organizations.
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6
Finance 1 3
Finance 2
BUSN-0018
BUSN-0017 3
YEAR TWO COURSES
Finance 3 BUSN-0016 3 Course Title Credits
Financial Accounting 3 ACCT-0005 6
Financial Accounting 4 ACCT-0007 6 Business Project BUSN-0119 12
Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3 Compensation HRMG-0005 3
Management Accounting 1 ACCT-0006 6 Database 1 COMP-0009 3
Management Accounting 2 ACCT-0008 6 Human Resource Legislation HRMG-0003 3
Research and Report Writing COMM-0232 3 Labour Relations HRMG-0039 6
Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3
ELECTIVE COURSES Payroll Administration HRMG-0021 3
Choose 18 credits from the following list of electives: Research and Report Writing COMM-0232 3
Spreadsheets 2 COMP-0008 3
Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3 Staffing HRMG-0040 6
Accounting Software COMP-0556 6 Training and Development HRMG-0034 6
Co-op Work Placement - BUAD* COOP-0004 12 Workplace Health and Safety WRKP-0020 3
Database 1 COMP-0009 3 ELECTIVE COURSES
Database 2 COMP-0010 3 Choose 18 credits from the following list of electives:
Payroll Administration HRMG-0021 3
Statistics 1 MATH-0002 6 Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3
Statistics 2 MATH-0003 6 Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3
Tax Preparation Personal BUSN-0109 3 Co-op Work Placement BUAD* COOP-0004 12
Tax Theory Corporate BUSN-0108 3 Database 2 COMP-0010 3
Tax Theory Personal BUSN-0110 6 Desktop Publishing COMP-0014 3
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6
*Students may include up to 12 practical credits, including Co-op Work Government LAWG-0003 3
Placement BUAD or Work Experience as an elective between Year one Management BUSN-0027 6
and Year two courses. Management Skill Development BUSN-0019 6
Social Media Marketing MKTG-0061 3
*Students may include up to 12 practical credits, including Co-op Work
Placement BUAD or Work Experience as an elective between Year one
and Year two courses.
MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION MARKETING SPECIALIZATION
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
This area of study is for students who wish to start Employment opportunities exist in sales, advertising,
their own business or wish to obtain a management promotion, publicity, sales management, marketing
position within an organization. Students are exposed management, retail management, market analysis, market
to all the functional areas of business and generally find research and new venture development.
employment as entrepreneurs, administrators, supervisors,
or managers in production or operations. YEAR TWO COURSES
Course Title Credits
YEAR TWO COURSES
Required Courses include all year one courses as well as:
Course Title Credits
Advertising MKTG-0030 6
Required Courses include all year one courses as well as: Applied Marketing Research MKTG-0035 6
Business Project BUSN-0119 12
Advertising MKTG-0030 6 Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3
Business Project BUSN-0119 12 Consumer Behaviour PSSY-0005 3
Commercial Transactions Law LAWG-0002 3 International Business MKTG-0032 6
Government LAWG-0003 3 Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3
Legal Principles LAWG-0001 3 Personal Selling MKTG-0033 6
Management BUSN-0027 6 Research and Report Writing COMM-0232 3
Management Skill Development BUSN-0019 6 Retail Management MKTG-0052 6
Payroll Administration HRMG-0021 3 Social Media Marketing MKTG-0061 3
Research and Report Writing COMM-0232 3
Spreadsheets 2 COMP-0008 3 ELECTIVE COURSES
Choose 12 credits from the following list of electives:
ELECTIVE COURSES
Choose 21 credits from the following list of electives: Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3
Co-op Work Placement BUAD* COOP-0004 12
Aboriginal Workplace Values ABOR-0012 3
Database 1 COMP-0009 3
Compensation HRMG-0005 3
Database 2 COMP-0010 3
Co-op Work Placement BUAD* COOP-0004 12
Desktop Publishing COMP-0014 3
Database 1 COMP-0009 3
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6
Database 2 COMP-0010 3
Management BUSN-0027 6
Desktop Publishing COMP-0014 3
Spreadsheets 2 COMP-0008 3
Economics 2 ECON-0007 6
Statistics 1 MATH-0002 6
Human Resource Legislation HRMG-0003 3
International Business MKTG-0032 6
*Students may include up to 12 practical credits, including Co-op Work
Labour Relations HRMG-0039 6
Placement BUAD or Work Experience as an elective between Year one
Personal Selling MKTG-0033 6
and Year two courses.
Retail Management MKTG-0052 6
Workplace Health and Safety WRKP-0020 3

*Students may include up to 12 practical credits, including Co-op Work


Placement BUAD or Work Experience as an elective between Year one
and Year two courses.

FOR MORE INFORMATION


Contact the School of Business, Agriculture
& Environment:
Phone 204.725.8724
Email business@assiniboine.net
assiniboine.net/programs