|Faculty:||School of Business and Economics
|Field of Study:||Business Administration and Management, General
|Description:||Develop your skills in areas such as accounting, oral and written communications, problem-solving, marketing, human relations, economics, law, information systems and business ethics and prepare for an entry-level position in general administration and sales. Your diploma credits count towards completion of the Bachelor of Business Administration.
Grads generally work as management trainees in service-orientated businesses and retail outlets, sales trainees in a variety of industries, or in various human resource and general management positions. Some students start their own ventures or work in family businesses.