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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.

This program consists of degree credit courses in Business Administration, Arts and electives. It is designed to help students build on knowledge and skills usually gained by completing the Certificate in Administration Level I. Students must successfully complete at least 30 credit hours to earn this certificate.

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.

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  • Courses to complete: 5 core + 5 elective
  • Credit hours: 30
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Program duration: Part-time study OR 12 months full-time.  Meet with an advisor to ensure proper course sequencing.
  • Associated program: Administration 1
  • 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)

BUS 285 Introduction to Financial Accounting

ECON 100 or ECON 201 (as of Fall 2020)

ENGL 100 Critical Reading and Writing I OR
ACAD 100 Academic Discourse: Writing, Research and Learning Strategies
N/A

One of the following

 

ECON 100 Introductory Economics N/A
ECON 201 Introductory Microeconomics ECON 100 OR
15 credit hours OR
Pre-calculus 20
ECON 202 Introductory Macroeconomics

Electives

Any five additional three credit-hour courses.

BUS Elective (any 2)
Open Elective (any 3)

Course Listing

CRN Course Sec Title Instructor Dates
30257 BUS 100 031 Introduction to Business Bruce Anderson Sep 2
Dec 8
30258 BUS 100 032 Introduction to Business Bruce Anderson Sep 2
Dec 8
33460 BUS 100 033 Introduction to Business STAFF Sep 2
Dec 8
30259 BUS 100 034 Introduction to Business Chris Street Sep 2
Dec 8
30260 BUS 100 035 Introduction to Business Chris Street Sep 2
Dec 8
30261 BUS 100 036 Introduction to Business Lee Elliott Sep 2
Dec 8
30266 BUS 201 031 Entrepreneurship: Creativity, Design and Innovation Peter Moroz Sep 2
Dec 8
33459 BUS 201 032 Entrepreneurship: Creativity, Design and Innovation Peter Moroz Sep 2
Dec 8
30271 BUS 205 031 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Sep 2
Dec 8
30272 BUS 205 032 Management Communication Paul Sinclair Sep 2
Dec 8
30273 BUS 205 033 Management Communication James MacKenzie Sep 2
Dec 8
30274 BUS 205 034 Management Communication Loretta Gerlach Sep 2
Dec 8
33511 BUS 205 035 Management Communication Loretta Gerlach Sep 2
Dec 8
30279 BUS 210 031 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Sep 2
Dec 8
30280 BUS 210 032 Introduction to Marketing Dwight Heinrichs Sep 2
Dec 8
30281 BUS 210 033 Introduction to Marketing Lee Elliott Sep 2
Dec 8
30282 BUS 210 034 Introduction to Marketing Lee Elliott Sep 2
Dec 8
30286 BUS 250 031 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sandra Steen Sep 2
Dec 8
30287 BUS 250 032 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sandra Steen Sep 2
Dec 8
30288 BUS 250 033 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Sandra Steen Sep 2
Dec 8
30296 BUS 260 031 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Nadine Milne Sep 2
Dec 8
30297 BUS 260 032 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour STAFF Sep 2
Dec 8
30298 BUS 260 033 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour STAFF Sep 2
Dec 8
30299 BUS 260 034 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour STAFF Sep 2
Dec 8
33160 BUS 260 398 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Nadine Milne Sep 2
Dec 8
30313 BUS 285 031 Introduction to Financial Accounting Megan Costiuk Sep 2
Dec 8
30314 BUS 285 032 Introduction to Financial Accounting Megan Costiuk Sep 2
Dec 8
30315 BUS 285 033 Introduction to Financial Accounting Nola Joorisity Sep 2
Dec 8
30316 BUS 285 034 Introduction to Financial Accounting Nola Joorisity Sep 2
Dec 8
30319 BUS 288 032 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Nola Joorisity Sep 2
Dec 8

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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.