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Bachelor of Business Administration

Note: The full-time September 2019 intake is now closed for new applications. The full-time September 2020 intake will be open for applications starting January 2, 2020. Applications for the part-time option may be submitted at any time.

The BCIT Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree provides students the opportunity to enhance the skills developed in their diploma programs. Students broaden their knowledge in the BBA with courses that focus on critical and strategic thinking skills. This is achieved through a group of core of upper level business and general education courses.

With the business world constantly changing and becoming more complex, the BBA creates well rounded graduates who are able to look at an organization’s problems through different perspectives. Increase your opportunities of advancement in your current organization with the skills learned in the program.

About the program

  • Complete the degree full time within 8 to 12 months
  • Part-time within two to five years
  • Designed to build directly on the diplomas offered by the School of Business
  • Must have a BCIT credential and meet entrance requirements

Who should apply for the Bachelors of Business Administration?

  • BCIT School of Business diploma* graduates
  • Students who want to enhance their skills
  • Those interested in critical and strategic thinking
  • Want richer career paths
  • Plan to attain a graduate degree in the future
* For the list of eligible diploma, bridging programs, and entrance requirements please visit the Program Entry page.

What grads can do?

Our BBA grads have many options when they finish school. They may start pursue a variety of career options, attend grad school or even work abroad.

To learn more about these opportunities for graduates please visit our Graduating and Jobs Page.

International Exchange

The BBA offers a number of international exchange opportunities that helps students gain a global perspective of the economy, culture, government, and everyday life of the country they study in. Learn more about international exchange opportunities and international double degrees with internships.

Specializations and Joint Programs

Students interested in specializing in particular fields may be able to apply certain courses and programs towards the elective component of the BBA. In all cases, specializations and joint programs are subject to the BBA’s residency and course requirements. Students considering this option must receive prior approval from the BBA program. For current offerings, see the Program Details page

Accredited Program

This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Program Entry

The BBA is a degree program for students who are planning to complete, or have completed, specific BCIT diplomas, and who wish to further their education.

Successful candidates must meet the program's minimum entrance requirements, and should apply to the BCIT BBA program after completing or when nearing completion of one of the BCIT School of Business diploma programs below.

Application processing

Full-time: Applications are accepted:
  • First round: January 2nd* to January 31st*
  • Second round: February 1st* to March 31st*
  • *or next business day

This program has multiple application deadlines and may fill after each deadline date.

Part-time: Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Entrance requirements

If you meet the minimum entrance requirements listed below, please apply to the program for either full-time or part-time.

    Full-time: Admission is ranked based on a student's overall and core course grades.

    Applicants who are currently enrolled in the final term of their BCIT diploma must be on track to complete their diploma by May. Applicants who are currently enrolled in a full-time BCIT diploma and are applying for the full-time degree may be conditionally accepted pending successful completion of their diploma and any applicable bridging courses.

    Part-time: Conditional acceptance into part-time is not granted; applicants must have completed an eligible diploma and met all entrance requirements.

This program has a two-step admission process:

Step 1: Meet the following entrance requirements Step 2: Department Assessment

Complete applications will be reviewed and assessed by the program area. Applications will not be considered complete until the Online Assessment Form has been submitted.

If you do not meet the entrance requirements

If you have completed an eligible diploma but do not otherwise meet the entrance requirements, submit the Online Assessment Form before applying to the BBA program.

If you do not have an eligible diploma please email bba@bcit.ca directly to determine if you may qualify for admission based on non-BCIT credentials and work experience.

Apply to program

Note: The full-time September 2019 intake is now closed for new applications. The full-time September 2020 intake will be open for applications starting January 2, 2020. Applications for the part-time option may be submitted at any time.

BCIT accepts only complete applications. In order to apply:

  • Include proof of meeting all entrance requirements prior to submission.
  • Convert all transcripts and supporting documents to PDF files.
  • Have a credit card ready to pay the application fee.
Apply Now

You can check the status of your application online at any time using the Student Information System.

Scheduled intakes

Part-time: January, April and September

Full-time: September each year

myCommunication

Within two business days of submitting your completed application, BCIT will send a message to your personal and myBCIT e-mail addresses. All correspondence regarding your application will be posted to your online myCommunication account at my.bcit.ca. We'll send you an e-mail when a new message is posted. It's important to watch for these e-mails or regularly check your account online.

You can expect to receive communication concerning the status of your application within four weeks.

Costs & Supplies

Tuition fees

Tuition payment is due 60 days prior to the program start for ALL students taking the full-time program. For students who are unable to pay their tuition at 60 days prior, please contact BCIT's Financial Aid department for a fee deferral.

Please see the Fees, Payments and Refunds section of the website for more information on full-time tuition fees.

Books and supplies

Full-time: $1100
(General estimated cost, subject to change)

Financial assistance

Financial assistance may be available for this program. For more information, please contact Student Financial Aid and Awards.

Courses

Please note that starting January 2019, OPMT7750 Data Modelling and Business Intelligence will replace OPMT7740 Integrated MIS. Students that have already taken OPMT7740 should NOT take OPMT7750, as OPMT7740 meets the BBA core requirements.

Full-time option

As a full-time student, you'll be immersed in a highly structured and demanding environment for the duration of the program. All full-time courses are scheduled at the Burnaby campus. The full-time program begins in September and ends in either April or August, depending on the number of general education electives any student needs to complete.

Full-time format

Fall Term
(Sep - Dec)
Winter Term
(Jan - Apr)
Summer Term
(May - Aug)
  • 4 Business courses (Required)
  • 1 or more General Education courses (Elective)
  • 4 Business courses (Required)
  • 1 or more General Education courses (Elective)
Complete General Education Electives (If Necessary)

You'll be working toward completion of your BBA degree through lectures, hands-on labs, and integrated e-learning, working independently and in teams, building knowledge through presentations and research.

You'll be one of 50 students accepted into the program. Like yourself, everyone will have completed a BCIT business diploma program, and many will have work experience. Students come from many disciplines and fields of study, leading to a rich, dynamic, and varied learning environment.

Your schedule will be busy, with 15 in-class hours per week, plus homework. In the computer labs, you'll have your own computer workstation to complete all assignments. You'll have regular, usually weekly, class assignments to complete for most courses, so it's important to manage your time well and perform consistently throughout the school year.

Part-time option

Once accepted into the BBA part-time program, you'll register and complete classes on a course-by-course basis. This option usually allows students to complete the program in 18-36 months while working.  Course information and availability is listed below.

Class hours

Full-time courses are scheduled at the Burnaby campus.

Part-time students are responsible for preparing a suitable schedule for each term. Course offerings vary from term to term and are scheduled at the Burnaby campus. BCIT part-time courses operate on a first come, first served basis and capacity is limited. Please refer to the BCIT Part-time Studies course finder or Part-time Studies flyer for term specific information.

Program delivery

The Business Administration BBA program is available full-time or part-time.

Program matrix

Check current availability of courses for this program.

1. Required Courses: (33.0 credits required) Credits
  BUSA 7200 Business, Society and Ethics 4.0
  BUSA 7800 Management Strategy 4.0
  ECON 7570 Financial Markets, Banking and the Macro-Economy 4.0
  ECON 8500 Managerial Economics 5.0
  OPMT 7701 Calculus for Management 4.0
  OPMT 7750 Data Modelling and Business Intelligence 4.0
  OPMT 8751 Decision Analysis 4.0
  ORGB 8600 Implementing Strategic Change 4.0
 
2. General Education Component (27.0 credits required) Credits
All students will be required to achieve these credits:
  • 3.0 credits - English Literature or Composition
  • 3.0 credits - Natural Science
  • 6.0 credits - Social Science or Humanities
  • 6.0 credits - Arts or Science
  • 9.0 credits - Unspecified

Select General Education courses from the list below, or contact the Program Administrator to determine whether other courses at BCIT or at another recognized post-secondary institution may be acceptable.

All students will be required to achieve these credits in accordance with the BCIT BBA policy on General Education Requirements [PDF].

  BCST 5010 Visual Communication and Culture 3.0
  BCST 5035 Global Storyteller 3.0
  BSUS 7010 Cooperatives and Community Based Economic Development 3.0
  BSUS 7300 Selected Topics In Sustainable Business Leadership 3.0
  BSUS 7401 Scientific Research Methods and Capstone Project Development 6.0
  BSUS 7402 Scientific Report Writing and Capstone Project Delivery 8.0
  BUSA 4500 International Business Practices 3.0
  BUSA 7120 Values Based Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship 3.0
  BUSA 7810 Introduction to Business Management Strategies in Energy 3.0
  BUSA 7820 Business Management Strategies - The Impact of Energy Costs on the Bottom Line 3.0
  CINT 1210 Basic Mandarin and Chinese Culture 3.0
  CINT 2222 Chinese Studies 3.0
  COMM 7100 Intercultural Communication Competency and Diversity Awareness for Professionals 3.0
  ECON 7100 Ecological Economics 3.0
  EENG 7000 Introduction to Climate Change, Ecology, and Systems Thinking 3.0
  ENGL 1177 Academic Writing 3.0
  FOOD 1026 Food Microbiology 4.0
  FMGT 7130 Sustainable Accounting and Finance 3.0
  HIST 1100 Introduction to Modern World History 3.0
  LIBS 7001 Critical Reading and Writing 3.0
  LIBS 7002 Applied Ethics 3.0
  LIBS 7005 Technology, Invention and Power 3.0
  LIBS 7006 Philosophy of Science: Understanding Scientific Reasoning 3.0
  LIBS 7007 Technology and Society 3.0
  LIBS 7008 Logic and Practical Reasoning 3.0
  LIBS 7011 War, Peace and Justice 3.0
  LIBS 7014 Film and Theatre: An Active Audience 3.0
  LIBS 7016 Food and Society: Meanings, Desires, and Relationships 3.0
  LIBS 7021 Health Ethics 3.0
  LIBS 7027 Selected Topics in Liberal Studies 3.0
  MINE 1100 Introduction to the Minerals Industry 3.0
  MINE 1101 Physical Geology 4.0
  MKTG 7010 Cooperative Marketing and Community Engagement 3.0
  OPMT 5700 Precalculus for Management 3.0
  OPMT 7150 Sustainable Operations Management, Measurement and System Methods 3.0
  ORGB 7160 Sustainable Organizational Change Management and Leadership 3.0
  PSYC 1101 Introductory Psychology 1 3.0
  PSYC 1102 Introductory Psychology 2 3.0
 
Total Credits: 60.0

Check current availability of courses for this program.

Transfer credit

Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.

Program Details

The first two years or lower levels of the Bachelor of Business Administration is a minimum of 110 credits taken over two 9-month academic years, September to May. The upper levels (third and fourth year) are completed either full time or part-time. The full time option has an 8-month academic year, September to April. The part-time option is offered continuously over three equal terms starting in September, January or May. The BBA program follows the "two by two" model. This is where the first two years of the degree are fulfilled by one of the school of business full time diploma programs. Students must first apply and be accepted into a diploma program. Upon completion of the diploma, students then apply to complete the BBA program.

Specializations and Joint Programs

BBA & Agile Development Associate Certificate Joint program
Students in the BBA who are interested in computer science have the opportunity to combine the associate certificate in Agile Development with their elective requirements. COMP courses in this program can be applied as General Education electives in the Arts/Sciences and Unspecified categories. BBA students will be given exemption for COMP 1630 and ORGB 1105 in the Agile Development program.

The Full BBA Program Matrix

The following illustrates the complete program matrix for a student who completes the BBA degree program. Note that course numbers may vary depending on which field a student chooses to specialize. Questions regarding equivalencies should be directed to the BBA Program Administrator.

Lower Levels (Years 1 and 2)

YEAR ONE COMMON CORE COURSES
BSYS 1000 Computer Applications 1 3.0 Credits
BSYS 2650 Computer Applications 2 2.0 Credits
BSYS 2660 Computer Applications 3 2.0 Credits
BUSA 2100 Principles of Management 2.0 Credits
COMM 1100 Business Communication 1 3.0 Credits
COMM 2200 Business Communication 2 4.0 Credits
ECON 2100 Microeconomics 3.0 Credits
FMGT 1100 Accounting 1 4.0 Credits
FMGT 2100 Accounting 2 5.5 Credits
HRMG 3100 Intro Human Resource Mgmt 2.5 Credits
MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing 3.0 Credits
OPMT 1100 Intro to Operations Management 2.5 Credits
OPMT 1110 Business Mathematics 4.0 Credits
OPMT 1130 Business Statistics 5.5 Credits
OPMT 1170 Project Management 2.5 Credits
ORGB 1100 Organizational Behaviour 3.0 Credits

55.5 Credits

Year Two Field Specialization

  1. Business Law
  2. Finance
  3. And field specialty courses from:
  • Business Management
  • Human Resources
  • Finance & Accounting
  • General Insurance and Risk Management
  • International Business Management
  • International Business Management - Global Supply Chain
  • Marketing, Tourism, Real Estate, Sales
  • Business Operations Management and Logistics
  • Business Information Technology Management
Normally, completion of years one and two are satisfied by completion of one of the business diploma programs at BCIT. Students who have completed two years in a non-business program OR have taken the first two years of business at another institute will be required to complete a 9-month bridging program, one of:
  1. Business Management (advanced placement)
  2. Human Resource Management (advanced placement)
  3. Sustainable Business Leadership (advanced certificate)

BBA Program (Years 3 and 4)

BBA YEAR THREE BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BUSA 7800 Management Strategy
4.0 Credits
ECON 7570 Financial Markets, Banking, and the Macro-Economy
4.0 Credits
OPMT 7701 Calculus for Management 4.0 Credits
OPMT 7750 Data Modelling and Business Intelligence 4.0 Credits
BUSA 7200 Business, Society, and Ethics 4.0 Credits
ECON 8500 Managerial Economics 5.0 Credits
OPMT 8751 Decision Analysis
4.0 Credits
ORGB 8600 Implementing Strategic Change 4.0 Credits

33.0 Credits
BBA YEAR FOUR ELECTIVE COURSES
SSCI EDUC Social Science/Humanities 6.0 Credits
UNSP EDUC Unspecified General Education 9.0 Credits
NSCI EDUC Natural Science 3.0 Credits
ENGL EDUC English Literature/Composition 3.0 Credits
ASCI EDUC Arts or Science 6.0 Credits

27.0 Credits
Students must complete 27 credits of electives that satisfy the BBA degree program breadth requirements. A complete list of eligible courses offered at BCIT can be found under the “Courses” section of this website and on the “General Education Guidelines” document.

Program length

The maximum time to complete the program is seven years. Once accepted into the program a BCIT Business Administration BBA program plan is issued identifying the courses required for degree completion.

Full-time: The program runs from September until April. Students usually complete the program within 3 terms. Students with the appropriate transfer credits for General Education may be able to complete the program within two terms. Students should note that they are automatically registered into the Required Courses (as outlined in the Program Matrix) from September - April.

Depending on their specific BCIT Business Administration BBA program plan students may be required to complete courses under the General Education component. General Education courses may be completed at BCIT through part time studies or at another accredited institution. Students should note that BCIT part time courses operate on a first come, first served basis and that capacity is limited.

Part-time: Students usually complete the program between three to five years. Upon acceptance students are eligible to register for degree level courses. Courses are offered three times a year to coincide with the Part-time Studies terms:

Winter term January - April
Spring term April - June/July
Fall term September - December

General Education courses may also be completed through another accredited institution.

Program location

Full-time:

Burnaby Campus
3700 Willingdon Avenue
Burnaby, BC

Part-time:

Burnaby Campus
3700 Willingdon Avenue
Burnaby, BC

Many courses are also offered through distance and online learning.

Program structure

The BCIT Business Administration BBA is currently comprised of 60.0 credits: 33.0 credits of Business courses and 27.0 credits of General Education studies.

Graduating & Jobs

BBA graduates represent the program in many different industries, working in small companies and large corporations, including some of the top employers in British Columbia. The following BBA job bank consists of some the companies where our alumni work in BC and abroad.

BBA job bank

  • BCAA - British Columbia Automobile Association
  • BCIT - British Columbia Institute of Technology
  • B.C. Sash & Door Co.Ltd.
  • BMO Investments Inc.
  • Canaccord Capital
  • C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
  • Coca-Cola Bottling Company
  • Dynamic Architectural Windows & Doors
  • FIDO
  • HSBC Bank Canada
  • Ipsos Canada
  • MC Freight Systems
  • MD Management
  • Leavitt Machinery
  • PMC-SIERRA
  • Purolator Courier Ltd.
  • Ricoh
  • Shelley Morris Business Services
  • Sunrise Soya Foods
  • Sutton Group
  • The Artona Group Inc.
  • Uniserve Communications Corporation
  • United Way of Lower Mainland
  • Vancouver Parks & Recreation
  • Vancity Credit Union
  • Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Vancouver School Board
  • Visiphor Corporation
The BCIT BBA graduates are exceptional, and it shows. The following schools recognize BCIT for:

MBA programs

McGill
Queen's
SFU
UBC
University of New Brunswick (MOU)
Wilfrid Laurier

Masters of Digital Media 

Centre for Digital Media

Law schools

Dalhousie
UBC
University of Ottawa
University of Washington

Graduate programs

Masters of Economics (SFU)
Masters of Education Technology (UBC)
Masters of International Studies (University of Michigan)

BCIT students are also eligible for Masters programs at any of our partner universities through the Student Exchange Program.

Graduate employment outcomes

The BCIT student outcomes reports present summary findings from the annual survey of former students administered by BC Stats one to two years after graduation. These reports combine the last three years of available results for the 2016-2018 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2015-2017 graduates and for Degree 2014-2016 graduates. The reports are organized into three-page summaries containing information on graduates' labour market experiences and opinions regarding their education. More detailed information can be accessed at the BC Student Outcomes website.

To view these results, you may need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your Web browser.

Apply for graduation

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, complete an Application for BCIT Credential [PDF] and submit it to Student Information and Enrolment Services.

Allow approximately six to eight weeks for processing.

All financial obligations to the Institute must be met prior to issuance of any credential.

Please contact the Program Administrator after completing the final course of their program for further information.

Trades to Degree

Do you have 5+ years’ experience as a site supervisor, project or construction manager, or a self-employed contractor? You may qualify for the Executive Path to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. This program significantly reduced the amount of time it takes you to earn a business degree to enhance your trades management experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

The application process for BCIT diploma students

General arts and science requirements

General questions

The application process for BCIT diploma students

When should I apply to the BBA program?

The full-time admission process is competitive, so for your best chances for acceptance into the limited full-time option seats, apply as soon as possible after November 15 (in term 4 of your BCIT diploma program) to begin the next September.

Full-time and part-time applications are treated separately. Part-time applications are accepted year-round, and accepted students may take the next available course. See our entrance requirements page for the details and criteria.

Applicants who meet the minimum requirements are ranked. Acceptance or conditional acceptance is based on the ranking and available seats.

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I am currently a BCIT Diploma student in the School of Business, but I haven't graduated yet. Can I still apply?

You may apply in the fourth term of your diploma, based on your grades in the first three terms and be conditionally accepted until fourth term grades are calculated.

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I have a BCIT Diploma but not from a Business Program. Can I get my BBA degree?

Applicants with a diploma from outside of BCIT School of Business can apply based upon the regular entrance requirements after completing the Business Management diploma program (9 months), the Human Resource Management diploma program (9 months).

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I have a BCIT Business Diploma, but I only want to do the BBA part-time. Are the rules different?

The minimum admission standard is the same whether part-time or full-time, however, there is no limit on the number of part-time students admitted each term.

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I just finished my Diploma program. Can I get a FEE deferral?

Yes, contact financial aide and identify yourself as a BBA student.

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General arts and science requirements

How many credits of general education do I have to complete in order to get my BBA degree?

In order to earn your BBA degree, you have to complete 27.0 general education credits.

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Can I transfer general education courses completed outside of BCIT towards my BBA degree? What is the process?

Yes, you can transfer general education courses from the different post-secondary institutions towards your BBA degree if they meet BBA general education requirements. Each course has to be a lower or upper-level university 3-credit course in the following subject areas:

  • 3.0 credits English Literature or Composition
  • 6.0 credits Social Science or Humanities
  • 3.0 credits Natural Science
  • 6.0 credits of Arts or Science
  • 9.0 credits unspecified credits

Once you complete the general education courses, you have to send the official transcript to BCIT Admissions, at 3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5G 3H2

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Can I take general education courses at another institution?

Yes, as long as they meet the requirements listed on the general education information page. It is best to discuss any potential courses with the program head or an advisor in the Registrar’s Office. In general, an acceptable transfer course must be a university-level course (first year or higher). If taken at a college, it must be transferable to any of the universities in the province.

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General questions

If I am not a BBA student at BCIT, can I still register for a BBA course?

Yes, you can register for part-time BBA courses once you’ve completed required prerequisites and received department approval. Please contact the degree programs administrator at 604-412-7486 to obtain the approval.

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What is the difference between the BBA and the Advanced Studies in Business (ASTB) programs?

The BBA is a BCIT business degree that allows BCIT diploma students to further their education and receive a degree conferred by BCIT.

The ASTB is an advanced certificate offered in partnership with Thompson Rivers University (formerly Cariboo College), which confers the TRU-OL degree. It is made up of eight advanced part-time business courses that fulfill the business component of the TRU degree completion program. Currently these courses are the same as the eight core business courses required by the BCIT BBA program.

As of September 2005, BCIT BBA program students do not qualify for the ASTB certificate. Application to the BBA is separate from application to the ASTB.

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How long it will take me to complete my BBA Program?

The maximum time to complete the program is seven years but please view the program details page for specific information on part-time (2 years for completion) and full-time program (1 year or three terms for completion) lengths.

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BBA Executive Pathway

The Executive Path for the BCIT Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program allows working professionals advanced placement into the program through recognition of workplace experience and education. Individuals who do not meet the traditional entrance requirements have an alternative path to complete their degree part-time. Students broaden their knowledge in the BBA program, which focuses on critical and strategic thinking skills.

Eligibility

Several years of experience in management or administration, combined with some formal education (post-secondary education or industry training). The program offers specific bridging path opportunities for individuals who are:
  • First Responders (fire, police, paramedics)
  • Canadian Forces Veterans or Reservists
  • Mature Student with a combination of 7 or more years experience in management or administration and some formal education
  • Red Seal or Journeyman Certificate plus 5+ years experience as a site supervisor, project or construction manager, or a self-employed contractor

The BCIT Model: fast, flexible and effective

The BBA Program provides the flexibility to complete this degree on a part-time basis, concurrent with employment. Program completion under the part-time option is usually within two or three years. The courses are offered year round, in three equal terms (Fall, Winter, Spring) as well as online and distributed learning (combining in-class and online)

Step 1: Eligibility Assessment

Your eligibility for advanced placement is determined upon assessment of your work experience and/or post-secondary education.

Learn more about the assessment process and start your assessment.

Step 2: Complete Bridging Courses

Once you are qualified for advanced placement, you will be given a set of foundation courses to complete in the following fields of study*:
  • Management
  • Economics
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Quantitative Analysis
*Specific course requirements will vary based on individual assessment.

Step 3: Degree Completion

Upon completion of the Bridging Path, you are ready to apply to the BBA Program, register, and complete classes on a course-by-course basis.

Advanced Placement & Prior Learning (APPL)

The BBA Executive Pathway program is part of BCIT’s Human Capital Initiative which bridges the gap between workplace experience and post-secondary education in British Columbia. In this respect, the program supports the Institute’s provincial mandate to build economic capacity within the Province.

The BCIT SITE Centre of Excellence undertakes prior learning related research and assessment activities which result in advanced placement education options for British Columbians.
The Centre’ mission is to:
  1. Facilitate the recognition and transferability of education across a wide range of disciplines, the objective being to produce multi-disciplinary trained/skilled graduates who are valued by industry.

  2. Recognize and measure non-traditional training and workplace experience, thereby facilitating advanced placement and credits within the post-secondary education system in British Columbia.

Canada-BC Job Grant

Businesses can receive up to $10,000 to offset the cost of employee training. Learn more about the Canada-BC Job Grant.

Contact Us

Thomas Turniawan
Program Administrator, Bachelor of Business Administration
604-432-8609 | tturniawan@bcit.ca

Steve Yallouz
Program Head, Bachelor of Business Administration
604-432-8382 | Steve_Yallouz@bcit.ca

General Inquiries: bba@bcit.ca

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  • Applying for transfer credit and advanced placement
  • Job placement and graduate outcomes
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The BCIT BBA gave me the necessary skills I needed to begin and excel in my career. I was employed immediately upon graduation and after a few years of working as a program lead/analyst, I was accepted into the Master of Public Policy program at SFU. I find myself leaning on best practices, such as teamwork, communication, and time management, all gained from my experience in the BBA program. Amber Butterworth, Project Lead / Program Analyst