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Bachelor of Business Administration, General BBA

 

Earn a Bachelor of Business Administration – General BBA at Thompson Rivers University

The General BBA is designed for students who do not wish to specialize in a specific area of business like Accounting, Finance, Economics, Human Resources, International Business, Marketing, New Venture Creation or Supply Chain Management, but instead would like to take a wider array of courses to provide greater breadth in their management education. Many positions in business require the varied skills that a generalist can offer, so choosing the General BBA can be a wise choice especially for those students whose interests lie in a number of different areas.

Quick Facts

 
Duration: 4 years
Intake: September / May / January
Tuition Fee:
  • C$6,900/semester (up to 12 credits/4 courses)
  • C$8,400/semester (15 credits/5 courses)
  • each additional credit: C$500 (fall/winter) C$575 (summer)
Location: Kamloops, Canada

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Courses included

Students must complete at least 24 credits (normally 8 courses) of 3000- or 4000-level business or ECON courses in addition to the core requirements in Years 3 and 4.