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Programs and Courses

Business Administration

Programs + Courses

The leadership and management skills you will learn in a business or HR program will benefit you throughout your career. You will learn how to manage employees, improve organizational effectiveness, and make strategic decisions to guide the operations of a company.

BCIT offers both a bachelor degree and graduate certificate in business administration to give you the skills and knowledge needed to take on additional responsibilities and to advance your professional career.

Full-time Programs

Graduate Certificate | Global Leadership
Bachelor Degree | Business Administration
Advanced Diploma | Business Management
Advanced Diploma | Sustainable Business Leadership
Diploma | Business Management
Diploma | Business Management (Advanced Placement)
Diploma | Human Resource Management
Diploma | Human Resource Management (Advanced Placement)
Associate Certificate | Business Fundamentals

Part-time Programs

Graduate Certificate | Business Analytics
Bachelor Degree | Business Administration
Advanced Diploma | Sustainable Business Leadership
Diploma | Business Administration
Certificate | Global Business Studies
Certificate | Business Management*
Certificate | Human Resource Management*
Associate Certificate | Business Administration*
Associate Certificate | Human Resource Management*
Associate Certificate | Leadership*
Associate Certificate | Medical Office Assistant
Associate Certificate | Payroll and Human Resources
Statement of Completion | Human Resources*
Statement of Completion | Leadership*
Statement of Completion | Long-term Care Management
Statement of Completion | Management Skills in Communication and Negotiation
Statement of Completion | Small Business Management*

*Most courses can be taken either in-classroom or online

Part-time Courses & Workshops

BCIT part-time courses are taught in our Downtown Vancouver Campus (DTC), Burnaby Campus (BBY), and Online. The following grids display which courses are available at each campus and the semester they are taught. Please be aware that course cost, availability, and location are subject to change.

(F) Fall term is between September to December
(W) Winter term is between January to April
(S) Spring/Summer term is between April to August

English Requirements:

Two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following:

  • BC English 12 (67%) or
  • 3.0 credits of post-secondary English, humanities or social sciences (67%) from a recognized institution

New Courses:

*Please note that the following part-time course offerings are subject to change without notice: