Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Business Administration (2008/2009)
11.3 The Curriculum
  1. The iBBA program includes the following 30 credit hours that comprise the Pre-iBBA program:

    1. Six credit hours in English courses - It is strongly recommended that students complete English 1110 as one of these English courses.

    2. Mathematics 1000;

    3. Economics 2010 and 2020;

    4. Business 1000;

    5. Political Science 2200;

    6. Nine additional credit hours in non-Business courses, at least 6 credit hours of which must be in courses chosen from the Faculties of Arts and/or Science and/or the School of Music. It is strongly recommended that students take into account the Global and Regional Content requirement outlined below when choosing these additional 9 credit hours of study.

  2. In addition to the Pre-iBBA program requirements, the curriculum shall consist of the successful completion of:

    1. Thirty-nine credit hours consisting of: Statistics 2500 and Business courses 1101, 1201, 2000, 2101, 2301, 2401, 3401, 3701, 4000, 4320, 4500, and 7000.

    2. Fifteen credit hours of international business related courses, which must include:

      and any three from:

      • Business 6311, Business 7240, Business 6012, Business 6550, Business 6040, Economics 4030* , or Political Science 3250
      • Any other approved course with an international focus.
      • *Students need to satisfy the pre-requisites for Economics 4030 specified in the University Calendar.
    3. Twelve further credit hours in non-business courses. Students should take into account Clause 1., Non-business elective courses, under Global and Regional Content requirement below when choosing these additional 12 credit hours of study.

    4. Twelve credits hours in an approved study abroad program. The program must meet Clause 2., Location and content of study abroad program, under the Global and Regional Content requirements below.

    5. The remaining 12 credit hours are electives. It is recommended that students choose their elective courses so that their overall program contains at least one group of four or five courses within a chosen functional area or specialization or minor.

  3. For graduation, a student must be enrolled in the iBBA program, and have completed the 120 credit hours required with a minimum average of 65% on the program courses.