Business Administration (BBA)
Develop the skills needed for success in business and achieve the career of your dreams in accounting, finance, management, marketing or more.
Lead, control, and operate in a major company or use your knowledge to launch a start-up of your own.
Flexible and available on a full-time or part-time basis, the BBA program emphasizes core management education to provide you with all the necessary business knowledge and skillsets. By the end of your program, you’ll be able to effectively lead, control, and operate contemporary organizations.
You will have the opportunity to participate in case competitions around the North and across Canada to showcase your management skills. Have an impact on local community business by working on real-world research projects.
Small class sizes and accessible professors are key components to student success. Take advantage of international exchange opportunities to broaden your understanding of the global business environment.
International Internship Portal
We are proud to share with you the launch of an International Internship Portal. The Faculty of Management at Laurentian University has collaborated with EMFD Global Network to offer its students an International Internship Search Engine.
As a student of an EMFD Global Network member school, students can log into a personal portal to find internships, trainee positions, apprenticeships, and graduate positions that are relevant to their studies.
Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to:
- Human resources
- Small business
- Digital marketing
- Chartered accounting
- Financial planning
Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.
The BBA program at Laurentian University has helped me to deepen and broaden my business skill-set and to focus on the 'big picture'. In addition to learning core business concepts, theories, and skills, the experience has enabled me to learn more about myself. I am now able to apply these acquired skills and knowledge not just to my future professional career but to also improve my everyday life. I recommend that future students think of choosing a university like choosing a job. You can go to the large firm where there are many restrictions or you can choose a smaller firm where there are more freedoms and opportunities for growth.