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The Concurrent Education program at our Brantford Campus is offered in partnership with Laurier Brantford. Graduates receive an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Society, Culture & Environment from Laurier Brantford and a Bachelor of Education from Nipissing.
Nipissing University offers 2 innovative business degree programs (BComm and BBA) in 6 cities outside of our main North Bay campus.
As an applicant you can apply to either the BComm or BBA program but have the flexibility to change programs if you change your mind. For example, if you apply to the BComm degree because you do not feel that you can dedicate the time to complete your BBA, this option is open for you. The reverse is also possible, giving you complete flexibility.
Our business degrees are currently offered in the cities listed below with most locations being partnered with several of Ontario's top community colleges.
Nipissing's business degree completion program uses a variety of delivery formats, which includes:
Our variety of delivery formats give students the flexibility to earn their business degree in an innovative way that is different from the traditional in class only learning model.
Many courses will make extensive use of a unique 'blended delivery' approach that combines online learning activities augmented by in-class tutorial sessions. This delivery method offers you the flexibility that online learning offers combined with the advantage of classroom tutorials with your fellow classmates.
The online material is developed and delivered by leading university faculty and gives students the flexibility to study within a framework that suits their schedule throughout the week.
Tutorial sessions are led by course facilitators who may be academics or industry professionals. Course Facilitators help students to understand the material in a comfortable classroom setting where students can ask questions and discuss concepts with their classmates.
You can select a program that meets requirements of many professional business designations that require a degree, including:
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