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The ACBSP-accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) programfrom UCW will prepare students for leadership on the global stage. Student will learn how to take the most challenging situations in stride, apply pragmatic solutions to problems they encounter and ultimately drive the success of an organization with informed decision-making.
Bachelor of Commerce
The ACBSP-accredited Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) program provides students with a broad foundation knowledge of contemporary business and its practices. The degree prepares students for a successful career in business or management, where they will contribute constructively to the global economy.
Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication
The Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication (BA) is an interdisciplinary program that cultivates a knowledge of media, cultural studies and business, alongside theoretical and practical skills. The communication methods taught and media training students receive throughout this course are relevant to careers in professional writing, journalism, public relations, communications and advertising.
We understand that some students don’t have the professional or academic qualifications to pursue an MBA, but still wish to enter the program.These students have the option of completing four MBA Foundation courses with a grade of B or better to order to qualify for admission to the MBA program.
University Access Program
Students not meeting the minimum English language requirements for a Bachelor degree or the MBA program entry can still improve their English skills and still qualify for their degree at UCW.
The University Access Program (UAP), accredited by Languages Canada, covers everything needed for higher-level education in an English-speaking institution. The program covers specific academic skills, such as essay writing, research methods, note taking, critical thinking and seminar or tutorial discussion. It gives students a great start before enteringtheir program of choice at University Canada West.
UCW’s academic English preparation course UAC 030 has been formally recognized as meeting the English language proficiency standard required for entry into all degree granting colleges and universities in British Columbia. The announcement allows UCW to expand its University Access Program to include students, who may opt to pursue their degree at another institution.
University Pathway Program
UCW’s University Pathway Program (UPP) prepares international students, who have successfully completed secondary school year 11 or its equivalent, for entry into any one of the university’s undergraduate degree programs. The program is offered at three different levels. Students will be placed in a level based on their English proficiency. Programs range from six to 12 months in duration.