Bachelor of Business Administration

Program at a Glance

Program Length

4-year degree or 16-month degree completion

Delivery

On Campus

Tuition

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Program Description

Bachelor of Business Administration

Do you believe in capitalism with a conscience—that doing business should also mean doing good—for the community, environment, and society as a whole? Do you want to develop sought-after skills that advance your career while making a meaningful difference in the world?

Addressing today’s business, social, and environmental challenges and opportunities require vision, innovation, and collaboration. Organizations are looking for graduates who are ready to help turn these challenges and opportunities into innovative solutions.

With a focus on creative problem-solving, responsible management, and social innovation, the BBA in Innovation and Sustainability is designed to help sharpen your unique vision for social and environmental change, while you develop career-relevant skills and build a portfolio of work that showcases your learning.

This program is offered as a 4-year undergraduate degree or a 4-year undergraduate degree with language support for students typically entering from high school (or equivalent), as well as a 16 months on-campus, full-time, degree-completion option (years 3 & 4).

In the BBA program, you’ll develop career-ready skills through hands-on project work with real clients on real challenges to benefit both business and society. Learn more...

Upcoming Start Dates & Schedules

September 07, 2021

June 07, 2021
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September 05, 2022

June 05, 2022
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I quickly learned how little I actually knew about the art form that is Project Management.

James Hanson Graduate Certificate in Project Management, 2013