The Business Administration program is intended to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for students who want to start in entry level careers in business, government and non-profit organizations. Business courses stress applicability to small businesses in the NWT. The Business Administration program provides students with an opportunity to acquire either a certificate (one-year) or a diploma (two-year).
Business Administration Certificate
The Business Administration certificate program consists of 10 courses, representing 30 credit hours. This program provides the skills necessary to function in an entry-level position in business, government or industry. Roles in these areas may include payroll, finance, marketing and operations.
Business Administration Diploma
The two-year diploma program is available in three streams:
· General Stream
· Co-op Stream
· Community Economic Development (CED) Stream
The General diploma stream consists of 20 courses: 15 core courses and 5 electives. The Co-op stream has the same content, but also includes two work placement opportunities. The Community Economic Development (CED) stream consists of 21 courses: 15 core courses and 6 required courses.