Your pathway to business education
In your third year of the BBA, you'll be taking courses in sustainable marketing, global business strategies, public relations, and communication tools & media.
|Total||30||See What it Costs|
|All of||BUS 220||Organizational Behaviour||3||$252.90|
|BUS 231*||Quantitative Methods||3||$252.90|
|BUS 360||Global Business Strategies||3||$341.55|
|ECON 104||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||$337.20|
|MARK 325||Public Relations||3||$455.40|
|MARK 340||Communication Tools & Media||3||$455.40|
|MARK 360||Sustainable Marketing||3||$455.40|
|MARK 365||Consumer Behaviour||3||$455.40|
|Elective||Any course 200 level or higher||3||varies|
|Elective||Any non-Business course 100 level of higher||3||varies|
*Students may substitute an University Transfer Math course (except may not use STAT 116, 216 or 218)
Note Tuition costs for the current academic year listed above are for domestic students and do not include any additional fees. See the What it Costs page for details.
Current Students: If you started this program prior to 2014 please contact an Academic Advisor for assistance with making course selections that will support your eligibility for the program credential.
Please note: Courses not acceptable for use as electives in the Business Administration, Marketing Option, Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing Major:
- STAT 116, STAT 216 or STAT 218
- MATH 135 or MATH 137
BBA Work Term Requirement
Graduation from the Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing Major requires successful completion of 40 academic courses plus completion of 420 hours of applied and relevant work experience. This requirement may be satisfied by completing MARK 499 or BUS 101 and BUS 201. Please contact Anne Borrowman, Program Leader, upon completion of year 2 to discuss/clarify your options. Office: CBA 262, borrowmanA@camosun.ca or by phone (250) 370-4154.