Business Administration

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Business Administration
Where do I fit?
"It is impossible to win the race unless you venture to run,
impossible to win the victory unless you dare to battle."
– Richard M. DeVos
Business Administration is a 2 year
diploma program.
 BA contains five majors,
two campuses, over 50 instructors,
and more than 1300 students.
 92% of our graduates find work in their
chosen fields.
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* Campus change is not permitted during
terms.
Contacts
David Thomas
1st Year Coordinator, NDC
E 112
632 2273
[email protected]
What’s in the program?
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All first year courses are common and compulsory.
Year 2 courses are dependent on declared
Specialization:
Accounting
Marketing
Human Resource Management
Financial Services
Administration
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University Stream (U of M/U of W/Booth)
CPA (NEW)
What does the first Term look
like?
ACCT-1971
 MATH-1051
 ECON-1022
 ADMN-1001
Business
 COMP-1975
 COMM-1000
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Financial Accounting 1
Business Mathematics
Microeconomics
Introduction to
Business Computing
Business
Communication 1
What does the second Term look
like?
ACCT-2043
 MATH-1020
 ECON-2000
 MRKT-1002
 HUMR-1015
Management
 COMM-2000
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Financial Accounting 2
Statistics
Macroeconomics
Marketing
Human Resource
Business
Communication 2
What about 3rd Term?
ADMN-3004 Management &
Organizational Behaviour
 ADMN-3003 Entrepreneurship 1
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Other courses are:
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Intermediate Accounting
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Accounting Software
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Public Finance
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Statistical Analysis
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Psychology
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Recruitment & Selection
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Training & Development
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Personal Finance &
Banking
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Marketing Research
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Personal Selling
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Consumer Behaviour
Other courses are:
Canadian Investment
Funds Course (CIFC)
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Business Finance
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Intro to International
Business
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Financial Services Selling 1
Workplace Health & Safety
Electronic Publishing for
Business
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Office Administration
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E-Marketing
Project Management
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What about 4th Term?
ADMN-3001 Business Law
 ADMN-3006 Entrepreneurship 2
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Other Courses are:
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Intermediate
Accounting 2
Management
Information Systems
Industrial Relations
Financial Services
Selling 2
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Cost Accounting
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H R M Research &
Planning
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Sociology
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Integrated Marketing
Communication
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Retail Management
Other Courses are:
International Marketing
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Ethics, Business
&Government
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Supervision
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Life License Qualification
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Office Production
Securities Investment
Strategic Wealth
Payroll & Benefits
Technical Writing for
Business
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Issues in a Global
Economy (EDC)
Performance Requirements
a minimum of 1.0 term GPA
 GPA less than 2-Academic Probation
 course prerequisites
 3.8 GPA or better (no failures and a
minimum 4 course load) to be eligible
for the Dean’s Honour Roll
 Last Term 120 Students made the list
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Registration Procedures
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On-line selection of timetable
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Viewing July 2
Selecting July 14/15 EDC July 16/17
Registration/Orientation – September 2
(mandatory)
Student Photo ID
Student Benefits Plan
Booklists
Lockers (Print Shop)
Parking www.rrc.mb.ca/index.php?pid=1708
Credit Transfers
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Documentation Required (for courses completed
outside of RRC and RRC courses with course codes
different from the day program):
 Request for Credit Transfer form
 Official Transcript
 Detailed Course Outline
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Credit Granting Policies:
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course taken within the last 5 years
minimum letter grade of “C”
fee for evaluation of courses completed outside of
Manitoba
Tips for Success
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Attend classes and get to know your
instructors
Don’t procrastinate
When in doubt, ask questions
Be prepared to make sacrifices
Participate in your education
Keep in touch through
http://connect.rrc.ca/DMMAD/BUSAF
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