Becoming Leaders in the Business World
When it comes to business, employers are looking for smart and ethical leaders. At Providence, our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BA) brings together Christianity with business principles so you’re ready to carry out business practices infused with the Christian faith. Through the Buller School of Business, you’ll experience a professional learning environment that mirrors the world of business. You’ll gain hands-on experience by participating in numerous business initiatives. You’ll be prepared to pursue an MBA or to launch your career — from running your own business to taking a leadership role within any organization.
Join us on one of our information sessions to hear more about the program, application/admission process and what makes Providence a unique place for you to get your university education. You can find upcoming sessions here (under University College Sessions).
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|BBA||Business Admin||4 Years|
|BA||Business Admin Adv Major with Co-op||4 Years|
|BA||Business Admin Honours Major||4 Years|
|BA||Business & Agriculture Adv Major||4 Years|
|BA||Double Major (Combine w/ any Major)||4 Years|
|BA||Business Admin Major with Co-op||3 Years|
|BA||Business Admin Major||3 Years|
|BA||NGO Major||3 Years|
|AA||Business Admin||2 Years|
|Minor||Business Admin||Combine w/ any Major|
|Minor||NGO||Combine w/ any Major|
For Entrance into the Bachelor of Business Administration program:
For entry into the BBA program, the prerequisite is a grade of a C+ or higher in 471.11-BUS: Introduction to Management or 471.13-BUS: Introduction to Business.
For Entrance into the Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration program:
For entry into the Business Administration program, the prerequisite is a grade of a C+ or higher in 471.11-BUS: Introduction to Management or 471.13-BUS: Introduction to Business.
Major Option Descriptions
Combine Christianity with business principles and learn from teacher-mentors who have real-world experience. Benefit from a professional learning environment that mirrors the world of business. Gain practical experience by participating in numerous business initiatives.
Business Administration with Co-op
Integrate Christian business principles with the knowledge, skills and character required for effective service in the administration and leadership of business and not-for-profit organizations. Apply skills acquisition through problem-solving, goal-setting, team management and communications in a co-op placement.
Business and Agriculture
Develop the knowledge, skills and character needed to succeed in a career in agri-business or farming, with a particular focus on rural Manitoba. 30 credit hours will be attained at the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences.
Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
Prepare for intercultural service by understanding the dynamics of intercultural relationships in an NGO context. Grapple with different intercultural trends like globalization, urbanization, economic development and more. Develop viable solutions to NGO challenges and issues by incorporating methods from theology, social sciences and business administration.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please look to the Academic Calendar for full information and course lists. If there are discrepancies between the information listed here and in the Academic Calendar, the Academic Calendar is definitive.
- International Business
- Management Information Systems
- Studies in Leadership
- Global Problems & Change
- Human Resource Management
- Commercial Law
- Corporate Finance
- Small and Family Business Management
- Organizational Behaviour
- Consumer Behaviour
David Iremadze, Ph.D. (Program Coordinator)
Dean of Buller School of Business
Bruce Duggan, M.B.A.
Associate Professor of Management
Instructor of Economics
Instructor of Commercial Law