BBA in Management and Leadership
Management requires building a work environment where people can thrive, and leadership in organizations builds upon this relational perspective to foster collaborative efforts to achieve organizational goals. Students will learn and develop competence in the human aspects of organizations and the specific skills required to work effectively with other people, particularly within the management-employee relationship. The overarching framework of this program is ‘responsible management’; students will learn how to apply concepts of ethics, sustainability/triple-bottom-line business objectives, and stakeholder management to both the construction of management in general, and to their emerging identity as responsible managers.
Core courses in the program include organizational behaviour, business ethics, human resources management, organizational theory, leadership, and business strategy, with a comprehensive range of electives including sustainability, gender in management, employee relations, project management, sales force management, and many more. Students have flexibility in tailoring their program to fit their specific interests. Experiential learning happens throughout the program.
Popular post-graduate pathways include the CPHR (Chartered Professional in Human Resources) designation, Law, or any number of Masters programs including research-based Masters’ degrees. Graduates follow wide ranging career trajectories in human resources management, management consulting, project management, industrial relations, business analysis, general management and beyond, in public, profit and not-for-profit organizations.
The BBA program is nationally accredited by the Canadian Institute of Management.
Get Your Share of $4,000,000 in BBA Scholarships and Bursaries
Few business schools offer this high a per capita amount of scholarship awards to their students. That's because as one of Canada's most reputable learning institutions, our goal is to continue to attract those students from across the country who are well-rounded, demonstrating leadership qualities both inside and outside of the classroom.
The deadline for scholarship applications is March 1, and to apply online, all you need is to have completed your academic application to StFX, and submitted your grade 12 first semester transcript.
Why Study Business Administration at StFX?
With more than 90 per cent of your courses taught by full-time faculty in state-of-the-art facilities, and with students from over 20 different countries, the quality of your education experience is second-to-none. Faculty in the Schwartz School employ a variety of applied teaching approaches — simulations, field trips, class discussions, case analyses, lectures, service learning opportunities, and guest speakers are all incorporated into your classes making for a rich learning environment. You are also encouraged to check out our Co-operative Education options to provide you with even more real-world experience before you graduate!
Flexible Degree Choices
Within each of the BBA degree streams, students have a Co-operative Education option that involves a job placement to combine classroom learning with invaluable work experience. Through this program, you have the opportunity to obtain 12 months of on-the-job experience before receiving your BBA — real-world experience giving you an advantage for what comes after graduation. BBA students are also encouraged to check out their international exchange opportunities -- learning that takes you literally around the world!
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