The Sprott Shaw College Business Administration Principles diploma program is designed to provide an introduction to the principles of business administration and operations.
Principles of Business Administration Learning Objectives:
Productively use MS Office including Word, Excel and Access
Support digital media activities such as social media marketing
Develop and manage project plans
Perform accounting activities and understand accounting statements
Why Study At Sprott Shaw?
Lifetime access to dedicated Employment Services Specialists (ESS) who can help you with resume and cover letter writing, interview skills, and the overall job search after graduation
Lifetime tuition-free access to course refreshers if you ever need to retrain and update your skills
Practicum opportunities with recognized organizations across BC
Multiple start dates so you can start your education when you want to without the wait
Career and professional development success courses to help create a career development marketing plan, learn the cardinal rules of professionalism, and identify the target markets and employment resources in the counselling field
Preparation and orientation courses to teach you how to find credible research, write papers, create proper citation formats including APA, and study effectively for exams
All-inclusive program costs where what you see is what you pay. Our costs include registration fees, assessment fees, tuition, textbooks, supplies, course materials, uniforms, certificates, graduation fees, practicum fees, and much more
University Transfer Program
This program is part of Sprott Shaw’s university transfer initiative for anyone looking to continue their education and pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Gaining professional skills and experience from our programs before moving on to complete a full degree is a great way to enjoy the focused, hands-on benefits that Sprott Shaw College offers.
This principles of business administration program qualifies for our University Pathway Programs with the following institutions. (Click on the images below for more details!)
City University Bachelor of Arts in Management
Fairleigh Dickinson University – Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies
Grade 12 / GED or mature student status (all transcripts must be “true certified copies” or originals)
Applicants must successfully complete the admissions interview and may be required to do an entrance assessment (with a minimum composite score of 42)
Note: English level assessment will be required for international students (with a minimum score of 20/40 in language).
60% average upon successful completion of all courses, including courses given a complete.
University Transfer Programs
Through our pathway programs, students can complete a Business Administration Principles diploma in the first 8 months at Sprott Shaw and pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Management at City University in Canada. Contact an advisor to learn more.
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