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Business Administration

Degree completion for Bachelor of Business Administration Applicants who are graduates of a three-year Business Administration diploma at an Ontario CAAT with a minimum cumulative 3.2 GPA can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with advanced standing to a maximum of 60 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program at Nipissing University in North Bay or through at one of our college partners (Algonquin College, Centennial College, St. Clair College, Lambton College, Niagara College).

Applicants who are graduates of a two-year Business Administration diploma at an Ontario CAAT with a minimum cumulative 3.2 GPA can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with advanced standing to a maximum of 42 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete the program at Nipissing University in North Bay or at one of our college partners (Algonquin College, Centennial College, St. Clair College, Lambton College, Niagara College) by using a combination of online, and where available, blended delivery courses.

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Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA)

Degree completion for Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Commerce

Applicants to the Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Commerce programs who have completed specific courses, with a minimum 60% average, through the Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA), will be eligible for advanced standing credit. The following courses are eligible for advanced standing consideration:

  • CM1 Business Communication
  • EM1 Micro and Macro Economics
  • FN1 Corporate Financial Fundamentals
  • LW1 Business Law
  • MS1 Managing Information Systems
  • QU1 Business Quantitative Analysis

Post Diploma Accounting Courses

Applicants with post diploma courses in Accounting where a grade of 70% or better has been achieved will be recommended to be granted up to 15 transfer credits. This recommendation will be determined by the director or designate of the School of Business, decided by the Registrar’s Office and will be consistent with existing transfer policies.

Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) Diploma

Degree completion for Bachelor of Business Administration

Applicants who have successfully completed AFOA Canada’s Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) diploma program with a minimum 65% in each course can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with advanced standing to a maximum of 45 credits.

BTEC Higher National Diploma

Applicants who have successfully completed a six semester Edexcel BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Business with 75 points on the best 75 credits or better can be considered for admission to the BBA or BComm degree program with advanced standing to a maximum of 60 credits towards the BBA and 45 credits towards the BComm.

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