Concentration in Trades Management:
- This concentration is only available for students enrolled in the BBA Management program.
- Students seeking a BBA Management with a Concentration in Trades Management, who meet the admissions criteria, will receive the following credits for their work experience and/or prior training:
- Up to 9 lower level credits towards the Trades Management Concentration and;
- 39 credits towards the BBA "open electives" requirements (24 lower level credits and 15 upper level credits).
- Concentrations are not noted on the credential but will be noted on the transcript.
- To obtain a BBA in Management, students admitted to the Trades Management Concentration must ensure that they take all other required courses included in the BBA Management program.
The Trades Management Concentration is only available for students enrolled in the BBA Management program. Applicants must have the following admission requirements:
- Obtained a provincial or interprovincial trade certificate of qualification in a trade AND
- Completed, in the last ten years, a minimum of 4000 hours of:
- Trades training (i.e., knowledge and/or skills education in a classroom or workshop setting) in the trade for which they hold the certificate of qualification or
- Work experience in the trade for which they hold the certificate or
- A combination of trades training (i.e., knowledge and/or skills education in a classroom or workshop setting) and work experience in the trade for which they
hold the certificate.
NOTE: Students wanting the Trades Management Concentration can apply for admissions into the Trades Management Concentration upon entering Douglas College or once they have completed the 4000-hour requirement (i.e., in the case that the 4000 hours are not completed upon their admittance to Douglas College).
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