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Certificate in Administration 1

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Phone: 306-585-5807 Email: CCE.StudentServices@uregina.ca

This program is targeted to those preparing for administrative careers or already working in administrative positions. The focus of the program is to improve analytical skills, develop an understanding of organizational behaviour, and explore the forces that shape management decisions and practices. Students will be guided through a program of management development by studying various areas of business administration. In so doing they will broaden their perspectives, increase confidence in their abilities, and develop new approaches to old problems.

Credit hours in Administration Level I can stand alone or can serve as the first step of a four-step journey toward completion of an undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Business Administration. Students who might continue studies through to the Certificate in Administration Level II, the Diploma of Business Administration or the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program should seek academic advising early in their studies.

This five-course certificate is best suited to the part-time learner. The certificate allows students to attend classes in the evenings and still complete the credential within eight months to one year, depending on availability in courses. 

Note: Students enrolled in a part-time program do not maintain full-time student status throughout the program. Therefore part-time programs may be unavailable to international applicants due to Citizenship and Immigration Canada regulations.

For students looking for a full-time program of study, the Certificate in Administration 2 is an excellent introduction to business concepts and can provide pathways for further study.

Scheduled Breaks: For information about scheduled breaks for international students visit Work While You Study.

  • Courses to complete: 2 core + 3 elective
  • Credit hours: 15
  • Prerequisites: Varies by course
  • Program duration: Suited to part-time study
  • Associated program: Administration 2
  • Delivery mode: Primarily face-to-face with some online options
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Core Courses

Course Prerequisite
CCE 099 Academic Integrity (0.00 credit hours) N/A
BUS 100 Introduction to Business N/A
BUS 260 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour ENGL 100 or ACAD 100 (as of Fall 2020)

Electives

Select three of the following:

Course Prerequisite
ACAD 100 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research and Learning Strategies N/A
BUS 201 Entrepreneurship: Creativity, Design and Innovation N/A
BUS 205 Business Communication (formerly ADMN 265) ENGL 100
BUS 210 Introduction to Marketing

BUS 100
BUS 260

BUS 250 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations BUS 100
BUS 260
BUS 285 Introductory Financial Accounting ECON 100 or ECON 201 (as of Fall 2020)
BUS 288 Introductory Managerial Accounting BUS 100
BUS 285
BUS 307 Business Law BUS 100 + 45 credit hours
BUS 361 Management Performance BUS 250
ECON 100 Introduction to Economic Issues* OR N/A
ECON 201 Introductory Microeconomics* OR
ECON 202 Introductory Macroeconomics*
ECON 100 OR
15 credit hours OR
Pre-calculus 20
* Students can use only one economics course as a Certificate in Administration elective.

Course Listing

CRN Course Sec Title Instructor Dates
10229 BUS 100 031 Introduction to Business Bruce Anderson Jan 5
Apr 11
10230 BUS 100 032 Introduction to Business Chris Street Jan 5
Apr 11
10232 BUS 100 034 Introduction to Business Grant Wilson Jan 5
Apr 11
10234 BUS 100 398 Introduction to Business Lee Elliott Jan 5
Apr 11
10236 BUS 201 031 Entrepreneurship: Creativity, Design and Innovation Chris Street Jan 5
Apr 11
10240 BUS 205 031 Management Communication Sara Smit Jan 5
Apr 11
10241 BUS 205 032 Management Communication Sara Smit Jan 5
Apr 11
10242 BUS 205 033 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Jan 5
Apr 11
10244 BUS 205 398 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Jan 5
Apr 11
10248 BUS 210 031 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Jan 5
Apr 11
10249 BUS 210 032 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Jan 5
Apr 11
10250 BUS 210 033 Introduction to Marketing Grant Wilson Jan 5
Apr 11
10255 BUS 250 031 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations STAFF Jan 5
Apr 11
10256 BUS 250 032 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Caroline Graves Jan 5
Apr 11
10257 BUS 250 033 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations STAFF Jan 5
Apr 11
10262 BUS 260 031 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour STAFF Jan 5
Apr 11
10263 BUS 260 032 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Erica Carleton Jan 5
Apr 11
10264 BUS 260 033 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour STAFF Jan 5
Apr 11
10266 BUS 260 398 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Nadine Milne Jan 5
Apr 11
10278 BUS 285 031 Introduction to Financial Accounting Nola Joorisity Jan 5
Apr 11
10279 BUS 285 032 Introduction to Financial Accounting Nola Joorisity Jan 5
Apr 11
10280 BUS 285 033 Introduction to Financial Accounting Nola Joorisity Jan 5
Apr 11
10284 BUS 288 032 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Sanobar Anjum Siddiqui Jan 5
Apr 11

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The Laddering Option

  1. Certificate in Administration 1
  2. Certificate in Administration 2
  3. Diploma of Business Administration
  4. Bachelor of Business Administration Degree

If you are interested in the laddering option, seek advising early in your program.