Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

General

Program Description

The Redekop School of Business is developing the potential of future business leaders to bring together sound business practice with commitments of faith, generosity, and service.

Gain Perspective

In and beyond the classroom, students explore the complexity of making wise business and ethical decisions. Teaching and mentoring by professors, business owners, and not-for-profit leaders, together with an entrepreneur-in-residence program, practicum placements, an on-campus business club, international study options, and the possibility of co-op experiences, build an enriched learning foundation.

Students are prepared for careers in a global business environment as they learn within an inter-disciplinary business program. They have the opportunity to participate in various international travel study courses that range from microfinance and development in Latin America to business in the European Union. Students will also benefit from an extensive network of international organizations that CMU partners with around the globe to create internships or career opportunities.

Students in this professional program complete a minimum of 120 credit hours in coursework, at least 90 of which relate directly to Business and Organizational Administration. Students may study for a specialization in Business Management, Accounting, Not for Profit, or Human Resources, with an additional area program in International Business. This program also offers students a distinctive benefit in that it includes a practicum component, wherein students will have the opportunity to get on-the-ground experience in their specialized field of interest.

Students in the Redekop School of Business benefit from a program designed for optimal experience along with the academics. Getting involved means that a student will have access to volunteer opportunities, networking experience, workshops for skill development, and one on one mentoring/coaching to enhance their program pathway.

Some students decide that opting in to the co-op program is one way of getting the entry level experience needed to propel them forward at the time of graduation, and allow them to earn the funds needed to pay for academic studies while they are studying rather than accumulating debt.

Tuition & fees

  • CAD 13000 / year
  • CAD 15000 / year (International students)
Last updated Feb 2018

About the School

The origins of CMU go back to the early 1990s when people from the business community and from four Mennonite colleges in Manitoba—CMBC, Concord College, Steinbach Bible College and Menno Simons Colle ... Read More

The origins of CMU go back to the early 1990s when people from the business community and from four Mennonite colleges in Manitoba—CMBC, Concord College, Steinbach Bible College and Menno Simons College—met to talk about inter-Mennonite co-operation in higher education. This led to formal discussions among the colleges, beginning in 1995. Steinbach Bible College withdrew from the process in 1996. Read less