Master of Business Administration
Pursue your professional passions for business leadership or entrepreneurship with a Master of Business
Administration from the University of Northern British Columbia, hosted by Grande Prairie Regional
Examine contemporary business theory such as organizational behaviour, marketing, finance and more, with
a specific focus on northern topics and issues. Unlock senior career opportunities in all sectors
including natural resource development, manufacturing, non-profit, government, banking, health care and
more. Develop advanced management, analytical and leadership skills that can expand new career
opportunities or inspire your next business adventure.
Business Administration Certificate
The certificate program introduces students to basic business functions and serves as a foundation
for all diploma programs. This certificate is also available online and through remote learning.
Bachelor of Business Administration
For the 2022/23 Academic year, there will be no intake for the Bachelors of Business
Administration – Management. This change will not impact students currently enrolled in the program.
For more information, please contact Student Services at email@example.com
A partnership with SAIT allows students who complete a Business Administration diploma with an Accounting
Management specialization at our institution, to remain at the Grande Prairie campus and complete a
Business Administration (Accounting or Management major). Students must normally complete all degree
requirements within eight years, beginning with the year admission to the program was granted.
Possible Careers Include: Chartered professional accountant, forensic
accountant, actuary, auditor, management consultant, operations manager
Business Administration Diploma
Diploma students major in their second year, choosing routes in Accounting, Financial Services, General
Business, Management, or Marketing. Graduates are well prepared to step directly into the workforce or
pursue additional education by applying to transfer credit toward university degrees at a number of
different institutions across Alberta.
Potential Careers Include: Accounting assistant, management trainee,
not-for-profit coordinator, office manager, retail manager, social media coordinator,
event planner, insurance agent
Aboriginal Administration Diploma
This program is currently under review, and is not admitting students at this time. For more
information, please contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a holistic program, blending courses in Business and Indigenous studies, which is designed to
students’ essential skills for critical thinking, research, writing and planning. Graduates will
prepared to pursue entry-level careers in various organizations serving an Indigenous population.
apply to year two of the program after completing the Business Administration Certificate.
Possible Careers Include: Reception or administrative assistant in First Nation,
Metis and Inuit communities, with Aboriginal relations or Aboriginal affairs, or with Friendship
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