Business Administration and Management
This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of Ministry of advanced Education Skills & Training.
Business Administration and Management Diploma (BAMD) program is designed to provide students with business and business-related technical and professional training, which prepares students to perform successfully in a rapid changing business environment. This program provides a solid training for knowledge in business administration and management, including accounting, finance, economics, communications, marketing, information systems, management, and quantitative analysis.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be awarded a Diploma in Business Administration and Management.
Upon completion of the program, students will:
1. Gain skills in business management.
2. Demonstrate reasoning, creative thinking, problem solving, and analytical thinking skills.
3. Have abilities to acquire, organize, and present information through strong verbal and written communications skills.
4. Understand global aspects of business.
5. Obtain knowledge in different business functions, including accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations.
General office and administrative support; general management; supervision
1. Completion of 60 or more post-secondary credit hours
2. Meet one of the English proficiency requirements:
a) A minimum score of IBT61 in formal TOEFL, in-house TOEFL conducted by UPC, or equivalent; or
b) Four years of full-time education in Canada or an English-speaking country
Tuition and Fees
1. Application fee: $250 (domestic students); $1000 (International students);
2. Assessment fee:$250;
3. Official transcript: $20 per copy;
4. Textbook: Optional (students may purchase their own copies);
5. Tuition: A total of $9990.00 per program of 10 courses ($999 per course; $333 per credit hour).
The duration of the program is 12 months.
Learning resources are mainly from textbooks, while some are from real-life case studies, internet information, as well as videos.
For details, please refer to each class syllabus.
In-class instruction, Distance/Online, or Combined
Program Organization* The following 10 courses will be covered in one year from this program.
Title of Course
Hours of Instruction
|1||ACCT 101*||Accounting I||40||3|
|2||ECON 101 *||Introduction to Microeconomics||40||3|
|3||ECON 201*||Introduction to Macroeconomics||40||3|
|4||MAGT 201*||Entrepreneurship and Management||40||3|
|5||QMSC 201*||Probability and Business Statistics||40||3|
|6||BUAD 211||Business Environment||40||3|
|7||ACCT 212||Cost Management||40||3|
|8||CMIS 212||Computers and Management Information Systems||40||3|
|9||FNCE 211||Financial Management||40||3|
|10||MKTG 211||Strategic Marketing Management||40||3|
“*” are related introductory courses as pre-requisites of taking other courses for students who lack of knowledge in basic accounting, economics, management, and statistics.
Most classes have two major exams; each weigh at least 30% towards the final grade. For some classes, there are case studies, term projects, presentations, and etc. Generally, class attendance weighs 5%, assignments weigh 10%, and exams weigh 60%, presentation, participation, and term project together weigh 25%.
Instructors have the discretion to make changes to the marking scheme deemed necessary. For details, please refer to individual class syllabus.
Grading scale for each class is as follows:
Requirements for Graduation
1. Courses with grades lower than "C" are not counted toward the completion of BAMD program at UPC.
2. Upon successful completion of 11 courses, Business Administration & Management Diploma will be granted by UPC.