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Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program at Orillia

Graduates of six semester (three year) College Business programs with a minimum "B" cumulative average in Business courses are eligible for admission to the third year of the Bachelor of Administration Program.
Graduates of the following College Business Programs must complete a specified college transfer program:

Accounting
Human Resources Management
Marketing
General Business
International Business

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT:
Satisfactory completion of 5 FCEs required of the Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program with an overall average of 60% (see below).

1. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program for Graduates of a College Accounting Diploma Program

Core Courses:  
Business 3431 - Business Policy 0.5
Business 4317 - Business and Society 0.5
Business Courses:  
Business 2336 - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis 0.5
Business 3317 - Managerial Economics 0.5
Business 3334 - Marketing II 0.5
Business 3358 - Introduction to Human Resources Management 0.5
Electives:  
*1.5 Open Business Electives 1.5
*0.5 Open Business/Non-Business Electives 0.5
  5.0

 

2. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program for Graduates of a College Human Resources Management Diploma Program

Core Courses:  
Business 3431 - Business Policy 0.5
Business 4317 - Business and Society 0.5
Business Courses:  
Business 2336 - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis 0.5
Business 3316 - Introduction to Operations Management 0.5
Business 3317 - Managerial Economics 0.5
Business 3319 - Financial Management I 0.5
Business 3334 - Marketing II 0.5
Business 3339 - Financial Management II 0.5
Electives:  
*1.0 Open Business Electives 1.0
  5.0

 

3. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program for Graduates of a College Marketing Diploma Program

Core Courses:  
Business 3431 - Business Policy 0.5
Business 4317 - Business and Society 0.5
Business Courses:  
Business 2336 - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis 0.5
Business 3312 - Managerial Accounting 0.5
Business 3316 - Introduction to Operations Management 0.5
Business 3317 - Managerial Economics 0.5
Business 3319 - Financial Management I 0.5
Business 3339 - Financial Management II 0.5
Electives:  
*1.0 Open Business Electives 1.0
  5.0

 

4. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program for Graduates of a College General Business Diploma Program

Core Courses:  
Business 3431 - Business Policy 0.5
Business 4317 - Business and Society 0.5
Business Courses:  
Business 2336 - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis 0.5
Business 3317 - Managerial Economics 0.5
Business 3334 - Marketing II 0.5
Business 3339 - Financial Management II 0.5
Electives:  
*1.0 Open Business Electives 1.0
*1.0 Open Business/Non-Business Electives 1.0
  5.0

 

 

5. Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program for Graduates of a College International Business Diploma Program

Core Courses:  
Business 3431 - Business Policy 0.5
Business 4317 - Business and Society 0.5
Business Courses:  
Business 2336 - Introduction to Quantitative Analysis 0.5
Business 3312 - Managerial Accounting 0.5
Business 3316 - Introduction to Operations Management 0.5
Business 3317 - Managerial Economics 0.5
Business 3319 - Financial Management I 0.5
Business 3339 - Financial Management II 0.5
Electives:  
*1.0 Open Business Electives 1.0
  5.0


*Note:
A maximum of 1.5 Full Course Equivalent Electives may be taken from any one of the following major areas of concentration:
1. Accounting or
2. Finance or
3. Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations or
4. Information Systems/Management Science/Operations Management or
5. Marketing
See Faculty of Business Administration Course Numbering System.

Note:
1. Core courses cannot be used as elective courses in the program.
2. The courses for Part-time Students and Non-Business Majors, shown in the Course Numbering System list, are not normally accepted as electives.
3. Students cannot choose a first year course as an elective (a course which starts with a number 1) in the graduating year.
4. Students should consult the Program Chair for advice if in doubt.


For more information about academic regulations, see the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty Regulations.