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Brock's BBA program combines professionally oriented business courses with studies in social sciences, humanities, mathematics and science. Our graduates enjoy a wide variety of employment opportunities in industry, commerce and government, and many have gone on to graduate studies in law, business and public administration.
The BBA Co-op (Honours) program combines academic and work terms over a four and one-half year period. Students spend two years in an academic setting studying the functional areas of business as well as the Canadian and global business environments prior to the first work term. The exposure to courses in the core areas of business provides the necessary academic background a valuable work experience.
On successful completion of the program, the degree Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) or Bachelor of Business Administration is awarded. The BBA Co-op designation will be awarded to those students who have honours standing and who have successfully completed a minimum of twelve months of Co-op work experience.
Students in the BBA program have the option of declaring a concentration. The earliest this can be done is the end of second year (have achieved 10 credits), and the latest is when you apply to graduate. To apply, submit a Declare or Change Major Form , available online or through the Office of the Registrar. The deadline for application is May 15th.
To be eligible, the student must have successfully completed Year 1 and 2 required BBA courses, currently be within honours standing (minimum 70% major average and 60% non-major average) and meet the specific requirements of the concentration as outlined in the calendar .