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School of Business

Business Administration Winnipeg

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Program Overview

We’ve rolled our three popular business programs into one so students will gain a well-rounded knowledge in multiple disciplines and get a chance to choose a specialization. This expanded training gives students the building blocks they need to hit the ground running in their new business career and give them an edge in the marketplace. 

Students will get fundamental training in:

– Human Resources

OR

– Event Planning & Hospitality

OR

– as an Executive Assistant

Program Delivery

This program is delivered through our Winnipeg campus.

Campus Availability

This program is currently only taught at our winnipeg campus.

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Admission Requirements

Our admissions agents can work with you to ensure you meet the program’s criteria. This program is not currently open to International Students. Need advice? A Student Admissions Advisor is here to support you.

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Next Start Dates

Virtual Classroom
November 22, 2021
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New start dates are being released all the time. Contact us for more dates.

Campus Experience

Virtual Classroom

Have the flexibility to live your life while learning remotely in our Virtual Classroom. Our flexible start dates, small class sizes and online learning tool Brightspace will help you stay on track with your assignments and connect with your peers and instructors.

Industry-Leading Instructors
Learn from industry professionals who bring real-life experience into the classroom. You can book office hours or get virtual support from your instructors through Brightspace, where you can schedule video appointments and use instant messenger to ask questions.

Lifelong Career Services
Connect with a career specialist in your field who will help you find a meaningful place to start your career. As a graduate, you’ll have lifelong access to student services that will help you with resume building, interview preparation and networking.

Financial Assistance and Funding

Robertson offers a variety of financial aid opportunities to ease students’ stress and allow them to focus on their studies. If you need extra support, we have flexible funding to accommodate all our students, no matter their financial situation. Our dedicated Financial Aid Officers will help you every step of the way.

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Practicum

The practicum is an essential part of a learner’s program. It is both a graduation requirement and an extension of in-class learning. The practicum asks you to apply the skills, theories, and concepts that you learned in your classes in an entry-level work experience situation. 

Practicum must begin and end within the dates outlined in your program schedule and enrollment contract. Practicum is a full-time, unpaid commitment, and is jointly-procured (where you work directly with our WorkForce team to obtain a training-related placement).  Your active participation with our Workforce Team in the search for your practicum placement will enhance your career development skills, industry networking opportunities, and professional communication skills.

Core Program Courses

All students must complete the core course requirements including the Student Practicum/Capstone course which is to be completed at the end of the program. 

 

Administrative Office Procedures - 20 Hours

Introduces students to common office procedures. Topics such as human relations; organization structure and office layout; office technology; front-line reception; aspects of business communication specific to the office professional; and record keeping are covered.

Business Communications - 60 Hours

Provides students with the knowledge and tools to communicate effectively and professionally in the workplace. Students are introduced to essential skills in writing, speaking, formal presentations and the use of technology to enhance workplace communication.

Customer Service - 20 Hours

Provides a foundation for customer service, and focuses on building lifelong customer relationships through the development of positive customer care approaches.

MS Office Applications - 80 Hours

Prepares students to perform functions common to all Microsoft Windows applications. Elements include the ability to create and manipulate Word, Excel, or PowerPoint applications, modify the display of toolbars and other on-screen elements, use online help, and perform file management, editing, formatting and printing functions common to most Windows applications.

Keyboarding - 20 Hours

Improves touch typing skills on a keyboard with a focus on improving speed and accuracy. This course increases job efficiency and understanding of work station ergonomics.

Career Preparation - 40 Hours

Introduces students to strategies for a successful job search, interview and career management. Students understand who they are, the skills they offer, what to expect from professional employment and what employers expect of them.

Practicum/Capstone

Students have the option of either a 4-week full-time practicum placement or a 4-week 160-hr capstone course. 

A practicum is where the student works full-time in the industry alongside industry professionals for four weeks. A capstone is an authentic, work-based project that integrates and synthesizes the program learning outcomes to demonstrate mastery of the skills and concepts required for employment in the industry.

Administrative Office Procedures - 20 Hours

Introduces students to common office procedures. Topics such as human relations; organization structure and office layout; office technology; front-line reception; aspects of business communication specific to the office professional; and record keeping are covered.

Customer Service - 20 Hours

Provides a foundation for customer service, and focuses on building lifelong customer relationships through the development of positive customer care approaches.

Keyboarding - 20 Hours

Improves touch typing skills on a keyboard with a focus on improving speed and accuracy. This course increases job efficiency and understanding of work station ergonomics.

Practicum/Capstone

Students have the option of either a 4-week full-time practicum placement or a 4-week 160-hr capstone course. 

A practicum is where the student works full-time in the industry alongside industry professionals for four weeks. A capstone is an authentic, work-based project that integrates and synthesizes the program learning outcomes to demonstrate mastery of the skills and concepts required for employment in the industry.

Business Communications - 60 Hours

Provides students with the knowledge and tools to communicate effectively and professionally in the workplace. Students are introduced to essential skills in writing, speaking, formal presentations and the use of technology to enhance workplace communication.

MS Office Applications - 80 Hours

Prepares students to perform functions common to all Microsoft Windows applications. Elements include the ability to create and manipulate Word, Excel, or PowerPoint applications, modify the display of toolbars and other on-screen elements, use online help, and perform file management, editing, formatting and printing functions common to most Windows applications.

Career Preparation - 40 Hours

Introduces students to strategies for a successful job search, interview and career management. Students understand who they are, the skills they offer, what to expect from professional employment and what employers expect of them.

Specialized Program Courses

In addition to the core program courses, students must complete specialized course requirements for one of three specializations: Event Planning & Hospitality, Executive Assistant and Human Resource Assistant.

Event Planning & Hospitality

This specialization consists of:

Event Management - 60 Hours

Develops skills and knowledge in administration, event planning and management, risk management planning and human resource management.

Hospitality Sales & Marketing - 40 Hours

Focuses on the hospitality market, applying a practical approach to hotel and restaurant sales and marketing.

Wedding Planner - 40 Hours

Provides a step-by-step approach in introducing students to a career as a wedding planner. Trains students to work with clients and negotiate contracts with vendors.

Event Coordinator - 60 Hours

In this course, students attain valuable knowledge in becoming a skilled, educated, professional event coordinator. The course provides instruction in areas such as event coordination, marketing plan implementation, risk management implementation, human resource coordination and professionalism.

Digital Marketing Fundamentals - 60 Hours

Applies digital marketing strategies that deliver immediate value to any organization’s communications and marketing department. Key areas of focus include website marketing, content management and maintenance.

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Event Management - 60 Hours

Develops skills and knowledge in administration, event planning and management, risk management planning and human resource management.

Wedding Planner - 40 Hours

Provides a step-by-step approach in introducing students to a career as a wedding planner. Trains students to work with clients and negotiate contracts with vendors.

Digital Marketing Fundamentals - 60 Hours

Applies digital marketing strategies that deliver immediate value to any organization’s communications and marketing department. Key areas of focus include website marketing, content management and maintenance.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

Hospitality Sales & Marketing - 40 Hours

Focuses on the hospitality market, applying a practical approach to hotel and restaurant sales and marketing.

Event Coordinator - 60 Hours

In this course, students attain valuable knowledge in becoming a skilled, educated, professional event coordinator. The course provides instruction in areas such as event coordination, marketing plan implementation, risk management implementation, human resource coordination and professionalism.

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Executive Assistant

This specialization consists of:

Event Management - 60 Hours

Assists students in developing skills and gaining knowledge in administration, event planning and management, marketing, risk management planning, human resource management and professionalism. 

Business Writing - 60 Hours

Introduces students to the fundamentals of business writing and provides students with the knowledge and techniques to hone their writing skills for the business environment. The course covers the structure and form of business documents in addition to language and writing style. 

Executive Management - 80 Hours

Introduces students to the knowledge, skills and tools needed to excel as an executive assistant in a professional business environment. 

Employment Legislation - 20 Hours

Examines federal and provincial laws that regulate the workplace and best practices to ensure employment standards and guidelines are established. 

Recruitment and Selection - 40 Hours

Explores the goals, strategies and tools for successful recruitment and selection processes.

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Event Management - 60 Hours

Assists students in developing skills and gaining knowledge in administration, event planning and management, marketing, risk management planning, human resource management and professionalism. 

Executive Management - 80 Hours

Introduces students to the knowledge, skills and tools needed to excel as an executive assistant in a professional business environment. 

Recruitment and Selection - 40 Hours

Explores the goals, strategies and tools for successful recruitment and selection processes.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

Business Writing - 60 Hours

Introduces students to the fundamentals of business writing and provides students with the knowledge and techniques to hone their writing skills for the business environment. The course covers the structure and form of business documents in addition to language and writing style. 

Employment Legislation - 20 Hours

Examines federal and provincial laws that regulate the workplace and best practices to ensure employment standards and guidelines are established. 

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Human Resource Assistant

This specialization consists of:

Practical Applications in Human Resources - 20 Hours

Explores and analyzes a range of current industry case studies. Students are given an opportunity to research and provide comprehensive analysis and solutions that demonstrate their understanding of best practices in the field of human resources.

Change Management - 40 Hours

Provides students social management skills to guide employees through a transition period and effectively manage change within an organization.

Recruitment & Selection - 40 Hours

Explores the goals, strategies and tools for a successful recruitment and selection process.

Employment Legislation - 20 Hours

Examines the federal and provincial laws that regulate the workplace and best practices to ensure that employment standards and guidelines are established.

Compensation & Benefits - 40 Hours

Provides an understanding of the management of compensation and benefits as part of an organizational strategy to attract and retain employees.

Occupational Health & Safety - 40 Hours

Introduces students to strategies adopted by both employees and organizations to ensure a safe and hazard-free workplace.

Labour Relations - 40 Hours

Reviews labour relations processes, laws and their implications for the workplace.

Employee Learning & Development - 40 Hours

Introduces students to the process of employee orientation and onboarding. Students also learn about the promotion and implementation of employee career development and progression strategies that contribute to the success of an organization.

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Practical Applications in Human Resources - 20 Hours

Explores and analyzes a range of current industry case studies. Students are given an opportunity to research and provide comprehensive analysis and solutions that demonstrate their understanding of best practices in the field of human resources.

Recruitment & Selection - 40 Hours

Explores the goals, strategies and tools for a successful recruitment and selection process.

Compensation & Benefits - 40 Hours

Provides an understanding of the management of compensation and benefits as part of an organizational strategy to attract and retain employees.

Labour Relations - 40 Hours

Reviews labour relations processes, laws and their implications for the workplace.

Introduction to Human Resources - 20 Hours

Provides a general overview of the human resource functions that assist an organization deliver value through proper management of the employee lifecycle.

Organizational Behavior - 80 Hours

Teaches interpersonal skills and the effect people’s behaviour has on an organization. Students study individual behaviours, individuals within a group and inter-group behavior.

Change Management - 40 Hours

Provides students social management skills to guide employees through a transition period and effectively manage change within an organization.

Employment Legislation - 20 Hours

Examines the federal and provincial laws that regulate the workplace and best practices to ensure that employment standards and guidelines are established.

Occupational Health & Safety - 40 Hours

Introduces students to strategies adopted by both employees and organizations to ensure a safe and hazard-free workplace.

Employee Learning & Development - 40 Hours

Introduces students to the process of employee orientation and onboarding. Students also learn about the promotion and implementation of employee career development and progression strategies that contribute to the success of an organization.

Introduction to Business - 40 Hours

Introduces students to a broad overview of the world of business. Students consider how various external factors affect business. Students consider the role of economics, information technology, management, global trends, finance, human resources and production play in Canadian business.

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