Information for Exchange Students

Business Programs

As an incoming semester exchange student, you are eligible to study in the following programs:

• Business Administration – Marketing

• Business Administration – Accounting

• Business Administration – Software & Information Management

 

Business Marketing Concentration

Marketing is more than selling and advertising. Marketing is the process of planning, creating, and implementing ethical strategies and tactics that influence the behaviours and actions of others. Ultimately, marketing is the planned delivery of products from suppliers to customers in a mutually beneficial exchange.

In this concentration, you develop a greater understanding of the role that marketing plays in organizations and learn how to develop and apply marketing strategies, sales management, promotional techniques, research, customer relationship management and more.

The Academic Chair for your program will assign courses once your transcripts are reviewed. The courses you can take will depend on availability and whether you meet the necessary pre-requisites. Your schedule may include an online or evening class.

For a listing of Marketing courses, please visit:

http://www.nscc.ca/learning_programs/programs/PlanDescr.aspx?prg=BADM&pln=BA-MARKET

 

Business Accounting Concentration

This concentration teaches you how accounting fits within the business process, and how it affects, and is affected by, all the other areas. You learn how to do the day-to-day manual and computerized functions of accounting. You learn how to analyze the numbers and make strategic business recommendations based on that information.

Whether your goal is to run your own business, or work within an existing organization, this concentration gives you the skills to start your career with confidence.

The Academic Chair for your program will assign courses once your transcripts are reviewed. The courses you can take will depend on availability and whether you meet the necessary pre-requisites. Your schedule may include an online or evening class.

For a listing of Accounting courses, please visit:

http://www.nscc.ca/learning_programs/programs/PlanDescr.aspx?prg=BADM&pln=BA-ACCOUNT  

 

Business Software & Information Management Concentration

Technology, information and management are exciting fields covered in this concentration. You develop skills in project management and advanced software applications. You are also introduced to managing content in an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) environment.

You learn to apply managerial skills to coordinate business activities, manage the records life cycle, access of information in a business environment, support decision-making processes using technical skills, and develop creative problem-solving methods to support effective business decisions. You also focus on the protection, processing and use of data.

The Academic Chair for your program will assign courses once your transcripts are reviewed. The courses you can take will depend on availability and whether you meet the necessary pre-requisites. Your schedule may include an online or evening class.

For a listing of Software & Information Management courses, please visit:

http://www.nscc.ca/learning_programs/programs/PlanDescr.aspx?prg=BADM&pln=BA-SIMGMT