4.11. Bachelor of Management Degree
(Three-year Post Diploma)
This program has been amended effective Jan. 1, 2003. Please refer to amended regulations.
Students with an approved diploma in Business Administration, Management,
or a closely related field, will receive a block transfer award of up
to 60 credits towards their diploma. Most diploma holders will receive
a block transfer award of between 54 and 60 credits towards this degree.
|Total credits in the program
|Through Athabasca University
|Maximum block transfer*
Minimum credits beyond the college diploma
*Most diploma holders will receive a block transfer award of between
54 and 60 credits towards this degree. The block transfer award is determined
as follows: a diploma holder will receive 45 credits for the business
courses in the diploma. Up to an additional 15 credits will be awarded
for courses in the diploma that are Arts and Sciences courses. Courses
in communications, computing science, economics, English, quantitative
methods, statistics, and writing skills will count as Arts and Sciences
Students enrolling in the post diploma stream who receive a block transfer
award of less than 60 credits must complete additional Arts and Sciences
credits to reach the 60-credit figure.
Remaining courses to complete the credential (30 credits)
Required Courses (21 credits)
ADMN 404 Business Policy* (*required
at AU. Refer to prerequisite.) (3)
ADMN 417 International Business Management
(in development) (3)
CMIS 351 Management Information Systems
ECOM 320 Overview of E-Commerce
ECON 301 The Changing Global Economy
HRMT/ORGB 386 Introduction to Human
Resource Management (3)
MGSC 312 Statistics for Business and
Economics II (3)
*ADMN 404 must be taken at AU. Transfer credit will not be awarded.
ADMN 404 is taken as the last course in the program.
Options (9 credits)
Administrative Studies options at the senior (300 or 400 level)
Humanities, Science, Social Science or Applied Studies (but not Administrative
Studies) options at the senior (300 or 400) level
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