Bachelor of Business Administration
- Grade 12 or equivalent
- English 12 with a minimum of 65%, or equivalent. Please check the Admissions and Registration website about the latest English 12 equivalencies
Students graduating prior to 2013 *
- Principles of Math 12, Applications of Math 12, or MATH 090 with minimum grades of 65%
Students graduating in 2013 onward*
- Any Math 12 or Math 90 with a minimum grade of 60%
- BBA student's math pre-requisites will be checked upon enrollment in the program or prior to admittance to MGMT 310.
- Students entering the program with Apprenticeship and Work Place Math 12 may need a bridge math course in order to enrol in certain courses.
- Students without the required math pre-requisite will need to upgrade to MATH 090 or equivalent prior to graduation unless they have passed MATH 101 with a minimum grade of 65%
- Students may commence certain courses in the program while they upgrade
Continuance: Students will be required to maintain a 65% average or GPA of 4.0 with a minimum mark of 60% in each course in the BBA program before being permitted to enroll in MGMT 470.
Transfer Students: Existing transfer protocols will be honoured. New course and block transfers will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- A total of 120 credits with minimum grades of 60% or C within scope of the degree program.
- A minimum of 33 upper level business credits excluding the sustainability credits noted below which total 15 additional credits.
- Completion of 2 College of the Rockies Sustainability courses, MGMT 310 and MGMT 410, or equivalent courses and completion of College of the Rockies's Sustainable Business Project (MGMT 470, 480 and 490 – 9 credits).
- A minimum of 15 upper level (300-400 level) credits must be completed at the College.
- Candidates are required to complete all requirements within ten years of being accepted into the program.
Flexible Assessment (FA):
Learners may request formal recognition for prior learning at the College of the Rockies through one or more of the following processes: External Evaluation, Work site Assessment, Demonstration, Standardized Test, Self-assessment, Interview, Products/Portfolio, Challenge Exam. Contact an Education Advisor for more information.
Transfer agreements are in place with many BC post-secondary institutions and with out-of-province universities including University of Lethbridge and Athabasca University. For more information see http://www.cotr.bc.ca/Transfer. Students should also contact an academic advisor at the institution where they want transfer credit.