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Prepare for success on a global level with an MBA OR Get your Bachelors degree in Commerce or Business Communication from University Canada West (Vancouver)

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Below you find information about both the MBA program and the Bachelor program:

The ACBSP and NCMA-accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) program from UCW will prepare you for success on a global level. You will learn how to take challenging situations in a stride, apply pragmatic solutions to problems and ultimately drive the success of your organization through intelligent decision-making.

Our MBA program also includes relevant digital components (see course structure below) and we collaborate with digital leaders such as Riipen, the Digital Marketing Institute, Salesforce (Trailhead), Tableau and IBM to keep our students updated with upcoming technological trends.

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UCW continues its evolution towards becoming Vancouver’s tech-business university. We’ve partnered with leading business and tech companies such as Salesforce, Amazon, Shopify, Facebook and many others to incorporate their latest technology and expertise into the Master of Business Administration program courses at UCW.


Graduates of the MBA program will be able to:

  • respond strategically to business challenges and opportunities.
  • assess ethical implications of business activities.
  • develop, implement and evaluate solutions to business problems.
  • formulate business decisions and systematic analysis that reflects critical thinking.
  • demonstrate effective skills to collaborate with diverse groups of people.
  • lead teams through the resolution of problems and successful completion of projects and tasks.
  • integrate personal values and perspectives into problem solving and take responsibility for decisions.
  • communicate ideas persuasively (written and oral) as a result of thorough analysis of information.
  • gather, analyze and synthesize information for a business context.


Class profile

UCW brings together students from all over the world, which leads to an enhanced learning environment. Students not only learn from program leaders, but from each other. Students present different insights into topics, depending on their culture and background.

Employability

Academica Group has been surveying our MBA graduates 6 months after graduation.

According to the latest data from the alumni that participated in the study, 96.9% of our MBA students are working or have a job lined up within one year of graduating.


The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) will provide you with a broad foundation knowledge of contemporary business and its practices. Based in Vancouver, Canada, this ACBSP-accredited degree prepares you for a successful career in business or management, where you will contribute constructively to a global economy.


UCW’s BCom program has also received the NCMA designation from CIM | Chartered Managers Canada.

Students currently enrolled in the BCom program are entitled to a free Associate Membership with the association, giving UCW students the chance to belong to Canada’s chartered management and leadership association while earning their degree.


Associate Members can participate in all the networking and professional development opportunities the association offers, helping them get ready for their new career after they graduate.

Graduates of the BCom program will be able to:

  • Use managerial and financial tools to assess basic business issues critically.
  • Research and analyze business systems, processes and functions in the context of local, regional and global conditions.
  • Apply contemporary business methods to problems and contexts.
  • Create ethically and legally sound proposals, plans and projects.
  • Organize information to communicate persuasively to target audiences.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and reflection skills in course deliverables.
  • Work productively in a collaborative and multicultural environment.


The Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication (BABC) is an interdisciplinary program that will develop your knowledge of media, cultural studies and business alongside theoretical and practical skills. The communication methods learnt and media training students get throughout this course are relevant to careers in professional writing, journalism, public relations, communications, and advertising.


Graduates of the BABC program will be able to:

  • Use communication theories to assess basic issues in cultural contexts
  • Critique communication media influence on audience perceptions of issues, events, products and services.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness and integration of all types of media and communications.
  • Demonstrate communication-oriented research and information seeking strategies.
  • Create ethically and legally sound content for a variety of forms of media and markets.
  • Integrate media and content to communicate persuasively to specific audiences.
  • Apply communication methods to business problems and contexts.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and reflection skills in course deliverables.
  • Work productively in a collaborative environment.


The Associate of Arts (AA) degree prepares students for life as an educated person and lays a solid foundation for further study.

This two-year, 60-credit (20 courses) undergraduate program is equivalent to the first two years of a four-year degree in the Arts. It prepares students to transfer to research or teaching universities to complete a bachelor’s degree or serves as a credential to enter the labour market. The AA degree is accepted for transfer into bachelor degree programs at University Canada West (UCW) and all British Columbia degree-granting institutions, provided other admission requirements are met.


Graduates of the AA program will be able to:

  • Acquire knowledge and skills to help you find a career.
  • Become an effective oral and written communicator for the workplace.
  • Develop the ability to work collaboratively.
  • Prepare for entry into four-year bachelor’s degree programs.
  • Prepare for entry-level positions in the industry of your choice.


Courses are provided in face-to-face learning environments.

With the completion of 30 credits in the Associate of Arts degree, a student may transfer to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication or Bachelor of Commerce degree seamlessly. Alternatively, the student may continue in the Associate of Arts degree and complete the program with an additional 30 credit hours of study as per provincial Associate of Arts degree guidelines. Please refer to the Course Descriptions section for detailed information on the actual courses.

Students can also qualify to earn certifications, including Certified Management Consultant (CMC), Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), Certified Digital Marketing Professional (CDMP) and more.

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