Yorkville University offers a General Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program in New Brunswick and British Columbia and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program with specializations in the following areas: Accounting, Supply Chain Management, Project Management and Energy Management in British Columbia. All Yorkville University programs are offered online without a required residency component.
The Bachelor of Business Administration programs are all designed to prepare students to work in management and business and all provide practical knowledge that can be applied in real business settings.
In each Bachelor of Business program students are challenged to demonstrate their understanding of concepts and theories using a variety of methodologies including case studies, online simulations, and major projects. These approaches build confidence in the application of the students’ new knowledge.
In addition, each program provides structured opportunities for students to integrate the knowledge they have acquired in real-life business settings to their studies. This connection to real business settings (apply) and student experiences (integrate) creates a level of engagement among students rarely experienced in an undergraduate business program.
Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration allows students the opportunity to acquire detailed knowledge in specific areas of the discipline through the delivery of four areas of specializations that include project management, energy management, accounting, and supply chain management.
Each specialization contains five dedicated courses designed to build a set of core competencies that culminates in a senior project-based Capstone course. This course will provide students with an experiential opportunity to reinforce, synthesize, and build on the knowledge and skills they developed in earlier courses, with a practical, applied focus that prepares students to take the next step in their career.
Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration specializations have been developed to align with the educational requirements for professional designations in their corresponding fields.
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