Business Administration Tech

Introduction

The Business Administration Technician (BAT) is a two-year program offered entirely in the French language. The first year offers general training in the business field, while the second year enables students to specialize in a particular sector.

The goal of the Business Administration Technician program is to provide students with rich, hands-on training in the business world. This formula enables graduates to quickly find themselves with a multitude of employment opportunities.

 

Specializations

In the second year of the Business Administration Technician program, students can choose to specialize. These specializations enable students to refine their skills in major business sectors.
The following specializations are currently available:
  • Management
  • Finance

 

Career possibilities

  • Investment agent
  • Loan officer
  • Project Manager
  • Management Consultant
  • Community Development Officer
  • Tourism Development Officer
  • Administrative assistant
  • Retail Manager

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Program Delivery

Choice of face-to-face or online courses

Courses in this program are offered either online or face-to-face.

Online courses

Online courses use the University of Alberta's state-of-the-art training tools, offering virtual classes in real time (synchronous) or in delayed mode (asynchronous). The eClass online learning platform enables students to learn and collaborate in a practical and effective way.

Face-to-face

Face-to-face courses take place at Campus Saint-Jean, in an immersive French-speaking environment.

Full-time or part-time studies

Full-time

Courses in the Business Administration Technician program are organized so as to complete training over a two-year period. This equates to five courses in each of the fall and winter semesters. The program structure is illustrated on the course grid.

Part-time

Courses in the Business Administration Technician program can also be taken on a part-time basis (i.e., reducing the number of courses per session), while extending the duration of the program. A pre-determined pathway enables students to progress progressively complete the program in two years for the Certificate and three years for the Diploma. A three-course load per semester is still considered full-time, according to the University calendar.