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Business Administration courses

Cape Breton University

Bachelor Of Business Administration In Finance

  • Duration : 4 years
  • Intake : Sep
  • Level : Undergraduate
  • Tuition & fees : $ 8,476 CAD Per Year
  • IELTS : 6.5
  • TOEFL : 80
  • PTE : 0


About this course

Finance

  • Finance is offered in the Bachelor of Business Administration.
  • Shannon School of Business
  • Degree Options: Concentration

Play an important role in any organization

The Bachelor of Business Administration program (BBA) prepares students for self-employment and careers in private and public enterprise, cooperatives, government service, and for graduate study. The BBA program core courses put an emphasis on a broad range of business topics while the program as a whole provides a foundation in both business and the traditional liberal arts. Students graduate with the ability to analyze a business situation, identify alternative responses and resolve business difficulties.

A core focus of the BBA program is entrepreneurialism. Students graduate with the knowledge to manage and start their own business in a field they’re passionate about. Not everyone is interested in studying business but it can be an investment in your future. Graduating with a BBA gives you the right tools to build your dreams into a well-structured venture.

Why a BBA at CBU?

Join the ranks of an organization or build a business from the ground up, secure the foundation you need to do both and more with our BBA program.  

  • CBU’s BBA is built to be flexible. Take this degree full-time or through part-time study; pick a concentration in a business discipline depending on your interests; transfer to another school after graduation to build on your education; get real life experience before you graduate with CBU’s Co-op Education Program. Build an education that’s right for you!
  • Get to know business from the top line to bottom line. BBA builds a foundation through introductory courses to business, accounting, marketing, academic writing and strategic communication, technology and math, principles of micro and macroeconomics, and more.
  • The BBA at CBU is built on an entrepreneurial spirit. Many members of our faculty are tried and true entrepreneurs; SSOB namesake, Joe Shannon, was an inspired entrepreneur from a young age.
  • Diversify your education to give you a competitive edge in the job market. Take elective courses in areas including: law, tourism, IT, the arts, health, sports, sciences or engineering.
  • Find a career that’s right for you by focusing your business studies. Work your way to the top as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) with a concentration in Finance, capitalize on the rapidly growing social media landscape by majoring in Marketing or manage an organization’s best resources, its people, by studying Human Resources.

Areas of Study

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Legal Studies
  • Human Resources
  • Tourism Marketing and Management

Make Change

Everybody has to deal with money. Finance takes a closer look by studying the management of money for other individuals, companies and governments.

What Is The Study of Finance?

Finance is a set of concepts, principles and theories dealing with the allocation of monetary resources, risk analysis and valuation of assets. For every environment, there’s different Finance concepts and principles that need to be applied in order to reach the end goal.

The scope of Finance is broad. Finance courses at CBU explore the full spectrum, from business finance, personal finance, investments to capital market theory, financial institutions and markets, and international finance. A background or interest in Accounting and Economics is ideal for a Concentration in Finance.

Why Study Finance At CBU?

Know a business from top line to bottom line.

  • There’s a growing demand for graduates who can help a company raise capital, grow the business from the bottom line, and make strategic acquisitions.
  • SSOB maintains close ties with the local business community, bridging the gap between students and professionals, owners and managers in the field of Finance. Take advantage of this close network and gain real life experience through CBU’s Co-op Program.
  • Managing money determines the success of an organization. Finance is at the centre of business operations, providing a lot of opportunity for job responsibility and perspective management positions.
  • Finance graduates can make a big difference working in governments and nonprofit organizations, strategizing to get most out of their tight budgets.

Possible Career Paths

  • Commercial Banking
  • Financial Management
  • Insurance
  • Real Estate
  • Corporate Finance
  • Hedge Fund Management
  • Investment Banking
  • Private Equity
  • Accounting and Bookkeeping

Talk to an Enrolment Services Professional about how to pair a Finance degree with a post graduate program for the career you want.

Cape Breton University Highlights

Type of university Public
Undergraduate Programs 17
Postgraduate Programs 3
Diploma and Certificate Programs 7
Tuition per academic year for Undergraduate International Students $17,809
Test scores accepted IELTS, TOEFL

Cape Breton University  The Average Tuition Fees And Other Expenses

For international candidates aspiring to study at the university, it is mandatory to have an estimate of the cost of living in Canada to survive comfortably in a foreign land. Below is the estimated tuition and student fees for the Fall/Winter 2019 – 2020 presented-

Fees Undergraduate (CAD) Graduate (CAD)
Tuition 8,040 2,012 (for six credit course)
International differential fees 8,040 1,608
International medical plan 744 744
Fees 985 128
Housing 5,910 5,910
Meal Plan 4,744 4,744
Total 28,463 15,146

Note: The graduate fee depends on the number of courses offered by the students. Thus, graduate students should expect to pay more than 400% of the above-stated fees

 

Fees components - (1st year Fees and expense)

Tuition & fees :

$ 8,476

Hostel & Meals :

$ 5,025

Total

$ 13,501

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