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Business Administration
Diploma with Co-op

1 Year Lecture + 1 Year Co-op

Diploma

Business Administration Diploma

Duration

2000 Hours

100 Weeks

Campus

Burnaby

Offered

In-Person

Online

CO-OP

Available

The Business Administration Diploma with Co-op program is designed to prepare students for a managerial or administrative position in the field of retail, finance, marketing, and more.

This diploma program offers a solid foundation to power students’ pursuit of career success in Business Administration. Students are able to acquire business administration skillsets such as management, accounting, marketing, communication, and organizational behavior.

 

Business Administration Program Duration

Diploma Programs in Vancouver with Co-op opportunities | Create Career College CCC

Please contact CCC student advisor for more details.

Changes and additional fees might apply, Please refer to Admissions pages.

Business Administration Diploma Course Details

Our Business Administration Diploma program in Vancouver integrates lecture learning and 48-week of Co-op work experience where students could improve their competence and develop practical Business Administrative skillsets in real-world practice for future career success.

Managerial Communication

Managerial communication is designed to help students appreciate the importance of effective communication. The course focuses on written, verbal and nonverbal communication so that students are able to assess their audience, interpret body language and communicate interculturally. Students will enhance their written and communication skills through writing business reports and various types of messages.

Introduction to Management

This is one of the core courses of the business administration program. It gives students an overall view of the theoretical and practical concepts of an organization’s management: planning, organization, leadership and control.

Human Resource Management

Managing people is one of the most important functions of a business. This course gives students the practical and effective methods for recruitment, training & measuring performance. Students learn how different organizations use different types of recruitment and performance management methods as well as employee retention strategies.

Business Law

This introduction to Canadian business law focuses on writing contracts, what makes a contract valid and the legal responsibilities of a business. The course will also elaborate on different methods of establishing a business and legal issues related to employment.

Organizational Behavior

Organizational behaviour is a core program in which students learn how to deal with people on a personal and organizational level. The course is structured to help students understand how personalities affect organizations and how organizational cultures are shaped. They learn about different leadership styles and self-improvement techniques.

Marketing perspectives

Students learn how to build long-term profitable relationships with consumers. Students will be expected to complete a full market research for a potential product or service, select a pricing strategy and choose the best communication and delivery methods.

Accounting Software: Quickbooks

Accounting Software is critical in the current job market. This accounting course will provide students with an opportunity to get equipped with the latest instruments used in the field of accounting. Most small businesses in Canada are using QuickBooks for accounting purposes. QuickBooks will provide the opportunity to create an output based on what they learned from the fundamentals of financial accounting. 

Upon completion of this accounting course, students will have a solid understanding of terminologies and concepts related to software accounting. In addition, this course will also equip students with skills to set up and close company, customer, and vendor accounts in QuickBooks, enter transactions for receivables and payables, create invoices and payroll, manage bank accounts and credit cards, and create financial statements.

Accounting Software: Sage 50

Sage50 is one of the most widely used software in the field of bookkeeping and accounting in Canada. So far, students have learned the basics of financial accounting, managerial accounting, and other related areas. They have also gone through an accounting software QuickBooks that is largely being used by small and medium-size businesses in Canada. Sage50 will provide students with an opportunity to get equipped with more elaborative and detailed latest instruments used in the field of accounting. 

Upon completion of this accounting course, students will have a solid understanding of the Sage50 structure. This course will also equip students with skills to set up, adjust, and close company, customer, vendor, and payroll accounts, enter transactions for receivables and payables, create inventory transactions in Sage50, complete bank transactions, and create financial statements.

Introductory Managerial Accounting

This is an introductory accounting course relating to key concepts and practices of management accounting with emphasis on decision-making. The main objective is to help students relate management accounting decisions to the company’s success. Topics include cost accounting fundamentals, costing methods, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting and control, and information for management control and decision analysis. Students will be able to apply most of the concepts learned in previous accounting and finance courses.

Introduction to Finance

In this introductory accounting course on corporate finance, students learn how financial professionals make major decisions. It includes a wide range of topics including interest rates, budgeting, estimating cash flow, dividends, derivatives, working capital and financial planning.

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics deals with large-scale or general economic factors, such as interest rates, monetary policy and national productivity. This accounting diploma course covers concepts like Gross Domestic/National Product, employment, inflation, stabilization policies, money, banking and international trade.

Business Law

Managing one’s own business as manager or working at the workplace as an employee, has a number of aspects that should be taken care of from the legal perspective. If these aspects have not been taken care of properly, it may harm the business with a number of liabilities and can possibly result in the shutdown of business or incur personal liabilities.

The course on Business Law in Canada introduces the basics of business law to students to prepare them for business problems relating to legal issues. This accounting diploma course highlights the key policies, rights, responsibility and regulations most concerned in today’s business world. Upon completion of this course, students will have a solid understanding of business law in Canada and the Canadian legal system.

Students will be able to distinguish the difference between Federal and Provincial legislative structure, understand the contract law, its elements, formations, terms, and conditions and justify stipulation/conditions of enforcement and non-enforcement, and knowledge of in-court and out-of-court dispute resolution options.

Business Administration Diploma Co-op Programs

Create Career College prepares students for real-life work experience to develop high-demand workplace skills upon academic training. We always make sure our programs are aligned with the current job market and business trends. Create Career College is dedicated to guaranteeing a prosperous career for every graduate.

Business Administration Diploma Career Development

Positions For Accounting Diploma Graduates

Accounting Assistant

Marketing Assistant

Receptionist

Officer

Financial Specialist

Office Administrator

Company Secretary Assistant

Manager

Admission Requirements

Minimum Age: 19 Years Old or Above

Education: Applicants must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent;

English Proficiency Requirements:

TOEFL iBT: 79+

TOEIC: 850+

DUOLINGO: 120+

IELTS: 6.5+

Admission Documents:

1. Online application form

2. A copy of your passport

3. High school diploma for a candidate who is under 19 years old

4. Valid document for academic IELTS or TOEFL if an applicant has
** Students are required to have their personal computer

Professional Diploma in Business Administration: FAQ

What are the admissions requirements at Create Career College (CCC)?

Students need to have completed Grade 12, or be over 19 years old. You may need to pass an English assessment test, depending on your official English scores. For individual program requirements, please see the program listings.

When is the deadline for registration?

We offer frequent start dates for most of our programs, giving students plenty of options. Please contact us to find out the next start date.

What if I cannot decide my program of choice?

Our academic advisors are happy to assist you in finding the program that fits your interest the most. Please contact us.

Can you help me to find accommodation?

Please consult our accommodations page for further information or contact us for further assistance.

Is your campus easily accessible?

We are located directly opposite of Metrotown Mall, which has SkyTrain, bus and taxi service to make your commute easy.

Do I have to pay all at once for my program?

Please consult with us directly so that we can come up with a suitable payment plan. Paying for college can be stressful, so we want to work with you to make this as stress-free as possible.