Business Administration Diploma

Business Administration Diploma

Business Administration Diploma

A Business Administration Diploma (BAD) from JIT provides students with a comprehensive understanding of general business practices and principles. To become efficient and effective administrators, the program equips students with administrative and organisational skills. Additionally, the program aims to provide students with business skills and relevant knowledge to thrive in a rapidly changing environment.

The program generally covers all aspects of business, including conceptual knowledge and an applied curriculum suitable for various jobs in various industries. Furthermore, it is a unique opportunity for students to develop a deeper understanding of the enterprise in a competitive environment. After completing this program, students will be more confident and competitive, leading to better employment prospects.

In addition to seminars, guest speakers, case studies, online business simulations, external consulting projects, and experiential excursions, the curriculum offers a variety of innovative approaches to learning. As students work toward their career goals, business instructors help them develop practical skills and mentor them.

As part of our 100 hours (5 weeks) Capstone, JIT provides instructor-led practical exercises. Students will use marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources expertise as part of the Capstone project. Our capstone project offers a priceless chance to gain professional experience prior to graduation and starting a business career.

PROGRAM DURATION

1100 Hours | 55 Weeks

FEE STRUCTURE

Application Fee
$250


Tuition Fee
$15,000


Books & Other Materials (approx.)
$950

Program Overview

As students work toward their career goals, business instructors help them develop practical skills and mentor them.

As part of our 100 hours (5 weeks) Capstone, JIT provides instructor-led practical exercises. Students will use marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources expertise as part of the Capstone project. Our capstone project offers a priceless chance to gain professional experience prior to graduation and starting a business career.

We will discuss the career paths you can take with a business administration diploma before diving into what they are. No matter where you are or where you decide to study, business administration diploma programs typically cover the same curriculum. As mentioned above, business administration diploma programs prepare you for various jobs in the business sector. This course covers all the essential business fundamentals relevant to today’s workplace.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

High school diploma (or equivalent) or mature student status;

  • Grade 10 Math;

  • English language proficiency requirements:
    • Domestic students: Grade 10 English;
    • International students: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 5.0 or higher, TOEFL (paper): 550 or TOEFL (CBT): 210 or TOEFL (IBT): 45 or higher, earned grade 12 graduation diploma in a system where English was the official language of instruction, Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) Score of 35 or higher, Canadian Language Benchmarks( CLB) Level 5 or higher.
  • Mature student status (19 years of age or older and one year out of school).

* No waivers will be allowed by students or institutions under any circumstances.

Business Administration Diploma
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Successful graduates of this Business Administration Diploma will be able to:

  • Identify the fundamentals of Canadian economics, business, and business management to apply them in any setting.
  •  Identify and demonstrate basic management principles in marketing, sales, human resources, entrepreneurship, and social responsibility.
  •  Articulate with confidence how the Canadian legal system affects business and commerce.
  • Use business language and terminology to draft and create written and verbal communication pieces, such as electronic messages, Interoffice memos, demonstrations, presentations, etc.
  • Utilize and apply Microsoft Office tools to facilitate and improve office procedures,
    business communications, and information organization.
  • Apply business mathematics, accounting, and finance principles to confidently perform entry-level bookkeeping tasks.
  • Discern which management information systems best suits their business needs by translating business needs into technical solutions and applications.
DELIVERY METHOD
Online Synchronous: Meaning students attend classes virtually in ‘real time’ with instructors and classmates.
CAREER OCCUPATION

The following entry-level careers are available to you after you graduate:

  • In the Accounting Department:
    Accountant Clerk, Bookkeeper, Business Analyst

  • In the Financial Sector:
    Financial Planner, Asset, Liability or Cash Flow Analyst
  • In Human Resource Management Department:
    Benefits Advisor, Recruiter, HR Coordinator
  • In Management:
    Management Trainee, Account Manager
  • In Marketing:
    Marketing and Communications Specialist, Marketing Coordinator, Online
    Advertising Sales Representative, Business Development Advisor
  • Management of the Supply Chain:
    Buyer, Inventory Analyst, Logistics Coordinator, Supply Chain Analyst, and
    Procurement Specialist.
COURSE OUTLINE
Course Codes Course Name Weeks Hours
BUS 100 Business Communication 4 80
BUS 101 Microsoft Office 3 60
BUS 102 Business Management 4 80
BUS 103 Marketing Management and Digital Marketing 4 80
BUS 104 Business Mathematics for Finance 4 80
BUS 105 Financial Accounting 5 100
BUS 106 Economics 4 80
BUS 107 Business Law 4 80
BUS 108 Human Resource Management 4 80
BUS 109 Management Information Systems 4 80
BUS 110 Entrepreneurship 3 60
BUS 111 Managerial Accounting 4 80
BUS 112 Career Strategies 3 60
BUS 200 Capstone Project 5 100
Total 55 1100
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