Certificate in Administration 2

Build on skills and knowledge you gained in Level 1 by proceeding to Level 2, or take Level 2 concurrently. Choose degree credit courses in Business Administration, Economics and other University subject areas.

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. Certificate in Administration 2 can be completed within one year (three semesters) full time, or longer if taken part-time.

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

  • Courses to Complete: 5 core + 5 electives (2 electives must be Business or Administration courses)
  • Credit Hours: 30
  • Pre-Requisites: None
  • Program Duration: Part-time study OR 12 months full-time
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Core Courses

BUS 100 Introduction to Business
BUS 260 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour

BUS 285 Introduction to Financial Accounting

Engl 100 Critical Reading and Writing I

One of the following

Econ 100 Introductory Economics
Econ 201 Introductory Microeconomics
Econ 202 Introductory Macroeconomics

Electives

Any five additional three credit-hour courses. Two electives must be Business or Administration courses.

Course Listing

CRN Course Sec Title Instructor Dates
10236 BUS 100 031 Introduction to Business Bruce Anderson Jan 8
Apr 11
10237 BUS 100 032 Introduction to Business Brian Schumacher Jan 8
Apr 11
10238 BUS 100 033 Introduction to Business Melanie Hebert Jan 8
Apr 11
10239 BUS 100 034 Introduction to Business Brian Schumacher Jan 8
Apr 11
10240 BUS 100 035 Introduction to Business Melanie Hebert Jan 8
Apr 11
10241 BUS 100 036 Introduction to Business Brian Schumacher Jan 8
Apr 11
10246 BUS 205 033 Management Communication James MacKenzie Jan 8
Apr 11
10247 BUS 205 034 Management Communication James MacKenzie Jan 8
Apr 11
10252 BUS 210 031 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Jan 8
Apr 11
10253 BUS 210 032 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Jan 8
Apr 11
10254 BUS 210 033 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Jan 8
Apr 11
10255 BUS 210 034 Introduction to Marketing Christopher Gbekorbu-Matters Jan 8
Apr 11
10260 BUS 250 031 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Andrea Phippen Jan 8
Apr 11
10261 BUS 250 032 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Gregory Wensel Jan 8
Apr 11
10262 BUS 250 033 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Abayomi Akintola Jan 8
Apr 11
10263 BUS 250 034 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Caroline Graves Jan 8
Apr 11
10270 BUS 260 031 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Justin Feeney Jan 8
Apr 11
10271 BUS 260 032 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Gordon Pennycook Jan 8
Apr 11
10272 BUS 260 033 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Christine Enmark Jan 8
Apr 11
10273 BUS 260 034 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Doralyn Heinrichs Jan 8
Apr 11
10274 BUS 260 035 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Emily McNair Jan 8
Apr 11
10275 BUS 260 036 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Allison Goldman Jan 8
Apr 11
10289 BUS 285 031 Introduction to Financial Accounting Randy Linton Jan 8
Apr 11
10290 BUS 285 032 Introduction to Financial Accounting Randy Linton Jan 8
Apr 11
10291 BUS 285 033 Introduction to Financial Accounting Ryan Maduck Jan 8
Apr 11
10292 BUS 285 037 Introduction to Financial Accounting Joseph Spitzer Jan 8
Apr 11
10295 BUS 288 032 Introduction to Managerial Accounting David Roszell Jan 8
Apr 11

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The Laddering Option

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

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