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Bachelor of Business Administration - Part-time

Available at: Kingston


Part-time Bachelor of Business Administration (Kingston)

The Laurentian University Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (BBA) is now being offered on a part-time basis at the Kingston campus of St. Lawrence College. The program is designed to provide students a degree that combines the practical strengths of a college environment while including the theory based education provided at the university level. The relationship between St. Lawrence College and Laurentian University is about providing access to education in a seamless manner which gives credit for prior academic and experiential learning. The part-time option for this program is designed around a flexible schedule in which courses are offered on evenings as well as weekdays. This unique program allows previous graduates of the college to update their current qualification while maintaining employment. 


The BBA program includes core business courses that deal with the fundamental concepts that influence the analysis and practice of modern business. Students in the BBA program will also take a wide range of electives designed to balance their education and better prepare them for their future in today’s highly competitive job market.

The core subjects cover the fundamentals of economics, accounting, financial information systems, financial management, management decision making, organizational behaviour, human resources, strategic planning, and marketing communication. Analytical and computer skills are emphasized.

The electives portion of the program is designed to offer students courses on a variety of unrelated subjects designed to expand their learning experience and facilitate success in today’s highly competitive job market.

Course requirements are the same as for full-time students, with the exception that part-time students may only take one or a maximum of two courses per semester.

Career Opportunities

Recent graduates of university undergraduate programs in Business have found employment as financial auditors and accountants, financial managers, banking credit and investment managers, sales, marketing and advertising managers, retail trade managers, and specialists in human resources.

Program Name

Bachelor of Business Administration - Part-time

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Program Duration

120 credits / 40 courses

Location (Campus)


Canadian Fees

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International Fees

Additional Costs

Textbooks (as required for each class).

Scholarships and Bursaries

Program Outline 2020-21

STAT 2606 Business Statistics
ADMN 2306 Commercial Law
ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science
ADMN 3106 Management Accounting and Control 1
ADMN 3107 Management Accounting and Control 2
ADMN 3116 Financial Management 1
ADMN 3117 Financial Management 2
ADMN 3126 Marketing Concepts
ADMN 3127 Marketing for Managers
ADMN 3136 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
ADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources
ADMN 4046 Operations Management
ADMN 4606UN Business Strategy and Policy 1
ADMN 4607UN Business Strategy and Policy 2

Articulation & Credit Transfer Opportunities

SLC graduates have many options to continue their studies with post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world. Agreements between SLC and other institutions that are specific to this program are listed below. In addition, there are many credit transfer pathway agreements between colleges and universities within the province of Ontario. Please also visit to search for options relevant to your program area of study.

    Admission Requirements

    Each applicant is subject to individual approval for entry to the BBA part-time program stream, based on previous academic experience. For more information please contact the Business Administration Office at 613-544-5400.

    Full Disclosure of any other College or University Education:
    Applicants to the Bachelor of Business Administration program must provide their full academic history, including official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended and proof of current enrollment. Your most recent post-secondary education must meet a minimum standard (overall average of 70% or a 2.80 GPA) and you must be in good academic standing with your last college or university to be considered for entry. 

    Follow each step below to disclose your previous post-secondary education:

    1. Save the full disclosure form to your desktop.
    2. Close the full disclosure form on your web browser.
    3. Using Adobe, open the form that you saved on your desktop.
    4. Complete the required information on the form.
    5. Click save and close your completed form.
    6. Attach your completed form in an email; include your first and last name and student number in the subject line.
    7. Send the email and attachment to
    8. Submit official transcripts to the Admissions Office at St. Lawrence College.

    Click here to open the full disclosure form.


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    St. Lawrence College sets a high standard, consistently strengthening and building their programs, while still maintaining personalized teachings. The smaller class sizes, allow students the encouragement and guidance to achieve excellence. Course placements grant you real work experience.

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    Program Contact

    Greg Libitz

    Admissions Information

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    Additional Information

    START DATES for part-time program vary for each student.
    Part-time studies are designed to allow students to work at their own pace to complete the required program outcomes.

    Unique Learning Experience (articulate co-op, other unique opportunities to learn for students)
    The part-time option of the BBA program is a highly flexible program that allows advanced level entry opportunity for former students currently in the workplace. The program is designed to work around your schedule with classes offered on evenings and weekdays. This option allows students the ability to update their current credentials in a timely manner while maintaining employment and being granted credit for previous learning experience.

    Please note: With credit received for prior college or university studies, students may need to complete fewer courses.

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