Show the world you mean business.
The Business Administration Diploma in Management focuses on the real-world application of core business theories so you have the tools you need to manage people, finances, production and promotion effectively.
"The program was great and gave me knowledge to incorporate into my new job and even my daily life. The instructors were so supportive. Not once did I ever feel like I was just a number."
-Business Program Graduate
With the Business Administration Diploma in Management, you fast track your career into managerial roles. Graduates find work in the following occupational categories/industries:
- Aboriginal Government
- Banking and Finance
- Business Development
- Human Resources
- Operations Management
- Real Estate
- Small Business Management
- Supply Chain Management
Textbooks & Supplies
You may also "ladder up" to a degree program in Business in institutions across Canada. We have transfer agreements with:
- Athabasca University
- MacEwan University
- Okanagan College
- Royal Roads University
- Thompson Rivers University
- University of Lethbridge
In other words, your two years at Portage College can account for the first two years of a bachelor degree in the field of Business. You never know how far you'll go. Please see your Student Advisor for information about the above institution's individual entrance requirements.
What makes us different?
Our programs uniquely prepare students by allocating more instructional hours for the application of concepts that the big schools simply don't have time for. Our small class sizes, individual attention, and additional instructional hours, all contribute to student success and employability post-graduation.
Year 1 - Certificate Year
Grade 12 or equivalent with:
· English 30, 30-1, 30-2, or 33; and
· Math 30 (Applied or Pure), 30-1, 30-2, or 33; or
· Successful completion of basic skills tests (Nelson Denny and Business Math)
Year 2 - Diploma Year
1st Year Business Administration or individual course pre-requisites must be met. Exceptions must be approved by the Program Dean.