International Bachelor of Business Administration
Students pursuing an international bachelor of business administration degree will normally take the following courses in first year:
|FALL SEMESTER||WINTER SEMESTER|
|Math 1090 or 10001||Math 10001 or non-business elective|
|Economics 10102||Economics 10202|
|English 1090 (or 1020)||English 1110 (or 1021)|
|non-business elective3||non-business elective3|
|Political Science 2200||Business 1000|
- Selection of a mathematics course depends on your background and ability. Students should refer to the math course criteria chart prior to selecting a first-semester course. Students who complete Mathematics 1000 in the fall semester will complete an additional non-business elective in the winter semester.
- These courses may be taken in any order in either semester.
- For the iBBA degree, students are expected to gain knowledge of and to experience the cultural and business environment in a global region other than their home, or primary region. In order to achieve this bi-cultural knowledge and experience, students must nominate a second global region on which to focus in their program. The secondary region selected will affect the choice of elective courses as well as the choice of location and content of the cross-cultural study experience undertaken later in the program.
For assistance with course selection, contact the Academic Advising Centre.