BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMMERCE
This program covers various areas of business, including finance, accounting, marketing, management, and operations, to develop students’ understanding of the fundamentals of business and equip them with the necessary skills to pursue careers in a wide range of industries.
Students can specialize in areas such as entrepreneurship, human resources, international business, and supply chain management, depending on their interests and career goals. The program includes practical experiences such as internships, case studies, and capstone projects.
|Type of diploma
|Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS)
|400 – Administrative techniques
|Units to be completed to obtain the diploma
|Total time to complete the diploma
|Number of internships offered
|Duration of internship
About the program:
- Limited capacity
- Offered at both campuses
- Possibility of taking day, evening or weekend courses
- CThis program is offered in English and French.
- Mandatory internship in a company
Upon completion of the program, Business Administration and Commerce students will be familiar with the basic concepts of accounting and finance. They will acquire the ability to conduct basic professional conversation in French or English in the workplace. They will also acquire knowledge of administrative management in general.
Strengths of the program:
The program trains students to be administrative technicians. They will be able to work in companies in all economic sectors.
Once the students have obtained the Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS), they will be able to hold several positions such as:
- Administrative assistant
- Commercial agent
- Filing, data entry or costing clerk
- Accounting, budget, billing and tax clerk
- Insurance and claims clerk
- Personnel or customer service clerk
- Receiving, shipping or purchasing clerk
- and so on.
To learn more about the admission process, please go to the admissions tab for more information.
Content Description: The Business Administration and Commerce program consists of 42 units in total, spread over five semesters. During the course of the program, the student must complete 540 hours of theory and 660 hours of practical courses, for a total of 1,200 hours. In order to graduate, the student must complete all of the courses listed below:
List of required courses:
|French Business 1
|French Business 2
|Administrative Application Tools
|International Business Management
|Stock Exchange and Financial Markets
|Enterprise and Globalization
|International Transportation Logistics
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