School Name: Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
It's Never Business As Usual at UNB's Faculty of Business Administration. We are the leading business school in New Brunswick and for good reason. Our programs are designed to give you the tools you need to become successful, no matter where your studies lead you. We keep our class sizes small and are always updating and revising our curricula to keep up with contemporary business issues. We offer electives in important business subjects, and we have programs that will give you hands-on experience you can't get anywhere else. Some unique features of our Bachelor of Business Administration degree program are:
Our BBA Co-op program allows student to apply the knowledge they've learned in the classroom in a real-world setting. Co-op students gain meaningful work experience related to their chosen career and expand both their resumes and contact lists, all while earning credits toward their degree and a competitive wage.
BBA WITH A CONCENTRATION IN AVIATION AND OPERATIONS MANAGAEMENT:
This program integrates commercial flight training with essential business and management skills. Students emerge from this program equipped with the necessary knowledge to have a rewarding career in aviation. In only three years, it's possible for students to earn a BBA degree with a Concentration in Aviation and Operations management, a commercial pilot's license, a group one multi-engine instrument rating and first officer certification.
STUDENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM:
If a career in finance and investment is in your future, this program might be what you need to get the valuable knowledge and understanding that only hands-on experience can give you. This flagship program is offered to selected students who are entering their fourth year of the BBA program or their second year of the MBA program. In the program's TSX Group Boardroom, students become familiar with finance theory while gaining valuable experience investing in capital markets. The combination of practical investing experience and an integrated study preparation for on one of the most desirable of financial designations the Chartered Financial Analyst eases students' transition from university to a career in the global financial industry. Since the program began in 2998 students in this program have increased the value of the fund from $1 million to over $2 million. This year a team of Student Investment Fund students won 1st prize in the North American championship at the second annual Global Investment Research Challenge; they placed 2nd in the Global championship.
EXPORT PARTNERING PROGRAM:
See your export-marketing strategy come to life! BBA students can take this year long course in their fourth year. Students are matched with small- to medium-sized businesses in Atlantic Canada to develop an export-marketing strategy targeted at the New England States. Small groups of students work closely with their company during the fall and winter terms to research international marketing opportunities and prepare a strategic export-marketing plan. In the spring, all this hard work culminates in a trade mission, where students and partnering companies learn firsthand how well their export-marketing strategy works.
CIBC BUISNESS PLAN COMPETITION:
Teams of graduate and undergraduate university levels compete for over $20,000 in prize money. Based on finance, marketing, and entrepreneurship, our judges determine the grand prize winner in each category. Other prizes include the best elevator pitch, the best financials and the best vodcast.
FUTURES ATLANTIC SYMPOSIUM:
The futures Atlantic Symposium is one of the most energetic collaborative initiatives to emerge from our Centre for Financial Studies. It combines a recruitment opportunity by national financial firms for university graduates in Atlantic Canada, with a strong two-day financially focused learning agenda.
Our BBA program provides students with the fundamental capabilities and knowledge needed to start their career and fill any number of entry or specialized positions after graduation. The BBA program also allows students to become more specific in their career goals. You can construct a program that fits your individual interests and needs. This will be useful if you'd like to fill a specialized position after graduation.
BBA with Honours (accounting, economics, finance, finance and economics, human resources management, and marketing)
BBA with Concentrations (accounting; aviation and operations management, entrepreneurship, finance, industrial relations/human resources, international business management, and marketing).
Joint Degrees: BBA/LLB
- Minimum Academic Requirements: 75%
- Minimum English Requirements: 60% grades 11 & 12;
- MELAB 85;
- IELTS 6.5; or TOEFL 550
- Deadline: March 31
- Application Fee: $45
- Domestic Students: $ 6,095
- International Students: $12,104 (Tuition plus differential)
Length of Program(s):
- BBA, BBA with Honours, BBA with Concentration - four years
- BBA with Co-op - four years (students can take courses in spring and summer to graduate within the regular four year period.)
- BBA with Concentration in Aviation and Operations Management - three years
- BBA/LLB - five years
% Employed After 3 months: N/A
Average starting salary: N/A
Major Firms Hiring:
- Accounting firms
- Investment firms
- Financial institutions
- Marketing firms
- New Brunswick Government
- Alan MacGibbon, Managing Partner and Chief Executive, Deloitte & Touche LLP (Canada)
- Doug Caldwell, Chairman & CEO, The Caldwell Partners International
- Derrick Oland, Chairman, Moosehead Breweries Limited
- David Ganong, President, Ganong Bros. Limited
- Andrew Ferrier, CEO, Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd.