Bachelor of Business Administration
The bachelor of business administration (BBA) is a flexible degree program that provides students with the knowledge and expertise to succeed in the business world after graduation. The customizable pace and course load make the program an excellent option for full-time or part-time students as well as those wishing to transfer from other post-secondary institutions. The program may be completed on campus, through online learning or a combination of both.
You may choose to focus your business electives in one of the following areas*:
- Human resources and labour relations
- Information systems
- International business
- Operational research
- Resource-based industries management
- Small business and entrepreneurship
- Supply chain management
*Not required. Concentrations are informal and do not need to be declared.
You may also choose a minor from the following:
- Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- School of Music (music and culture, music history)
New Memorial and transfer students
The BBA is a direct-entry program. You may apply for admission directly from high school or as a transfer student by indicating the Faculty of Business Administration as your faculty and the BBA as your program of choice on the undergraduate application for admission. Direct entry into the program is subject to the applicant meeting the general admission requirements to Memorial University.
Current Memorial students
Students may self-declare the BBA by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sample first year
Wondering what courses you would take in your first year? Check out a sample program of suggested courses for BBA students.
It’s recommended that students contact the Faculty's Academic Programs Office for academic advising early in their program.
Faculty of Business Administration
- St. John's
Fall, winter and spring semesters
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Students are encouraged to apply by
- March 1 for fall admission
- Oct. 1 for winter admission
- Feb. 1 for spring admission