Bachelor of Business Administration - Project ManagementYorkville University
Bachelor of Business Administration - Project Management
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Bachelor of Business Administration - Project Management
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Project Management has been developed as a multi-disciplinary study of business administration. It prepares students to meet the challenges of the contemporary workplace by facilitating their understanding of a balanced and informed approach to decision making. This baccalaureate degree is practically oriented with an industry-focused array of core business courses.
Courses throughout this specialization are offered fully online, and are also available on-campus in Toronto, Ontario, and Vancouver, British Columbia. Students are not required to choose one mode of delivery over the other, but may work with a Program Advisor to design a plan of study to fit a preferred learning style.
Admission Requirements for Canadian Students
High school - Vancouver Campus
Students entering from high school are required to have a British Columbia Certificate of Graduation or equivalent with at least a 65% average in the following:
- Foundations Math 12 or Pre-Calculus Math 12 or Principles Math 12
- English 12/English 12 First Peoples
High school - Toronto Campus
Students entering from high school are required to have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent with at least a 65% average in six courses from the University of University/College streams or equivalent including:
- Grade 12 English (ENG4U level or equivalent)
- Grade 12 Math (U/M level)
- Four other Grade 12 courses at the U/M level
Admission Requirements for International Students
To apply to a program, international students are required to provide:
- Official high school or post-secondary transcripts
- Detailed course descriptions if applying for transfer credits; course descriptions must be translated
- Proof of English language proficiency
English Language Requirements
Applicants whose native language is not English must prove proficiency in one of the following ways:
- Completion of secondary education where English was the primary language of instruction.
- Completion of at least 12 credit hours of previous post-secondary education where English was the language of instruction.
- Completion with the equivalent of “B” standing of a post-secondary level English for Academic Purposes program accredited by Languages Canada.
- Confirmation of an official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 80 (Internet-based version).
- Confirmation of an International English Language Test System (IELTS) band score of at least 6.5.
- Confirmation of a Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) score of 60 or higher.
- Confirmation of a Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
- Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
- Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 105.
- Confirmation of Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic score of 55
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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The program content has been developed and structured to align with the requirements established by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The delivery mode has been designed to encourage students to work on examples and cases relevant to the work place and job market. Students will also compare various project life cycles to agile project management and thoroughly work through all elements of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
Students will take part in a rigorous examination of all planning processes and process interactions during the project lifecycle. Students will collaborate to appraise the content and format of project management plans for small, medium and large projects. They will clarify the scope, schedule, cost and resources necessary for a sample project. Students will also create plans for the management of risk, quality, human resources, communications and procurement for one or more sample projects.
The specialization culminates in a Capstone course, where students will work in teams to develop a project management plan, and prepare for project execution, monitoring, control and closedown.
The Bachelor of Business Administration runs on a quarterly system, which means there are four full terms in a year: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer. A typical course in the Bachelor of Business Administration is 3 credit hours. Total program tuition may vary based on actual credit transfers and course equivalencies. Below are sample calculations depending on the number of courses taken per term.
- 3 courses per term (9 credits x $562.50 per credit hour) $5,062.50
- 4 courses per term (12 credits x $562.50 per credit hour) $6,750
Many management level positions require a bachelor’s degree. Successful completion of your BBA with a specialization in Project Management increases your qualification for the following positions:
- IT Project Manager
- Senior Project Manager
- Construction Project Manager
- Technical Project Manager
BBA graduates work in such diverse fields as:
About this institute
Yorkville University is a Canadian university with a national presence. The university offers practitioner-oriented master, bachelor and diploma programs leading to professional careers that are personally rewarding and contribute to the betterment of society. Yorkville University provides challenging academic content...
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