The business administration and marketing diploma program is made up of three semesters: the business semester, administration semester, and the marketing semester. Each semester focuses on a specific set of skills that you’ll need to succeed in a business environment. Students may begin the program in either the business semester, or the administration semester, but must complete the administration semester before starting the marketing semester.
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The business semester teaches you the basics of the workforce. Learn about the tools and procedures you’re likely to see in an office environment and be ready for whatever comes your way when you enter the workforce. Some courses you’ll complete are:
Next, you’ll complete the administration semester. In this set of modules, learn about the behind-the-scenes processes that keep a business running. Learn about finance, taxes, and project management as it relates to any business. By the end of this semester, you’ll have a great understanding of how a business works. Some of the modules you’ll take are:
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Finally, learn how to represent and grow a business. In the marketing semester, you’ll learn about finding and retaining customers, developing excellent relationships, and managing your business’s online presence. When you graduate from this program, you’ll be ready to enter the workforce as a valuable member of any business.
*Employment Rate based on contactable MBC graduates from the last four years employed in a related field.
NOC Code: 1221 – **Wage data is for employees in all ranges of experience in the field, rounded down to the nearest dollar, and based on Nova Scotia data. Local (or regional) income may vary.
Attend business administration and marketing courses for 12 consecutive months, and then complete two months of on-the-job training. During this period, students have a winter break, spring break, summer break, and are off on statutory holidays. Take our business administration and marketing program, and receive your diploma in just 14 months!