North American Business Management Applied Post Baccalaureate Diploma

Faculty of Business & Professional Studies School of Business

Credential
Post Baccalaureate Diploma

Duration
2 year(s)

Program Highlights

The North American Business Management Applied Post Baccalaureate Diploma (NABU Applied) builds knowledge about how to do business in North America for students from around the world.

International students and new permanent residents with an undergraduate degree completed outside of Canada can gain both North American business credentials and practical hands-on work experience in a North American organization. This full-time program* is offered in an accelerated format and includes a 6-month practicum. Concentrations are available in marketing, human resources, international strategy & entrepreneurship and finance & investment.

*Please view "Admission Notes" under the "Application Details" tab above for program duration information.

Intakes

CampusTermsFull/Part Time
North VancouverFallBoth
North VancouverSpringBoth

Required Courses

Total credits: 39.00

Required:

Note: Students with backgrounds other than business degrees are required to complete BUES 305 for an additional 3 credits towards this credential (48.00 credits total).

BUES 305Business Essentials3.00 credits
CMNS 100Basic Business Writing and Editing3.00 credits
CMNS 112Introduction to Communication Studies3.00 credits
CMNS 115Communications for Animation3.00 credits
CMNS 131Business Writing for Documentary3.00 credits
CMNS 132Explorations in Mass Media3.00 credits
CMNS 133Business Writing for Digital Visual Effects3.00 credits
CMNS 152Business Communications Basics3.00 credits
CMNS 154Communications in Outdoor Recreation and Tourism3.00 credits
CMNS 159Communications for the Legal Administrative Assistant3.00 credits
CMNS 164Advanced Communication and Interactions for Tourism Management International Students3.00 credits
CMNS 174Wilderness Leadership Communications3.00 credits
CMNS 185Presentation Skills for Public Speaking3.00 credits
CMNS 190Writing for Popular Media3.00 credits
CMNS 191Writing for Magazines3.00 credits
CMNS 209History of Media3.00 credits
CMNS 220Advanced Business Writing and Editing3.00 credits
CMNS 222Communication and Ideology3.00 credits
CMNS 223Communications Skills, Applications and Contexts for Design and Art Direction3.00 credits
CMNS 231Cultural Industries in Canada3.00 credits
CMNS 235Understanding News3.00 credits
CMNS 236Understanding Television3.00 credits
CMNS 241Software for Magazine Publishing3.00 credits
CMNS 250Introduction to Technical Writing3.00 credits
CMNS 253Society and Digital Media3.00 credits
CMNS 255Interpersonal Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 260Applied Communication Research Methods3.00 credits
CMNS 261Interpreting Communication Documents3.00 credits
CMNS 262Qualitative Research Methods in Communication Studies3.00 credits
CMNS 270Visual Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 285Advanced Presentation Skills3.00 credits
CMNS 295The Culture of Advertising3.00 credits
CMNS 305Advanced International Interactions I3.00 credits
CMNS 322Videogames: Culture, Theory and Criticism3.00 credits
CMNS 330Communication Ethics3.00 credits
CMNS 331Communication Policy and Law3.00 credits
CMNS 333Conflict and Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 351Editing for Popular Media3.00 credits
CMNS 352Organizational Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 353Technology and Everyday Life3.00 credits
CMNS 354Advanced Communications Skills for Tourism Management3.00 credits
CMNS 355Intercultural Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 360Strategic Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 370Photography as Communication: Fact and Fiction3.00 credits
CMNS 371Foundations of Design, Layout and Production for Magazines3.00 credits
CMNS 380Applied Cultural Criticism3.00 credits
CMNS 390Publishing for the 21st Century3.00 credits
CMNS 395Public and Media Relations3.00 credits
CMNS 400Magazine Practicum6.00 credits
CMNS 412Special Topics in Communication Studies3.00 credits
CMNS 431Project Group Communication Policy and Law3.00 credits
CMNS 433Project Group in Risk and Crisis Communication3.00 credits
CMNS 453Project Group in Communication and New Media3.00 credits
CMNS 462Advanced Communication Research Practice3.00 credits
CMNS 490Project Group in Publishing3.00 credits
CMNS 495Project Group in Media Campaigns3.00 credits
CMNS 498Communication Practicum6.00 credits
CMNS 499Communication Research Project3.00 credits

 

Elective Courses

Total credits: 6.00

Choose 6.00 credits from the following list:

Note: Students may take any combination of courses from the following list to complete the elective requirements or students wishing to specialize should select their elective credits as outlined in the concentrations listed. Please note that electives are offered on a rotating basis factoring in demand for particular courses, and will not necessarily be available every year.

BCPT 305Management of Information Systems3.00 credits
BFIN 286Personal Financial Planning3.00 credits
BFIN 341Cost Accounting I3.00 credits
BFIN 342Cost Accounting II3.00 credits
BFIN 353International Finance3.00 credits
BFIN 386Risk Management and Insurance3.00 credits
BFIN 441Investment Strategies3.00 credits
BFIN 486Retirement and Estate Planning3.00 credits
NABU 340North American Financial Management3.00 credits
NABU 366Personal and Professional Sales for North America3.00 credits
BADM 101Management3.00 credits
BADM 102Quantitative Methods3.00 credits
BADM 103Supervisory Skills3.00 credits
BADM 106Organizational Behaviour3.00 credits
BADM 107Business Law I3.00 credits
BADM 201Business Information Systems3.00 credits
BADM 202People Management3.00 credits
BADM 203Introduction to Strategic Management Concepts3.00 credits
BADM 204Introduction to Strategic Management3.00 credits
BADM 206Directed Study I3.00 credits
BADM 207Employment Law for Business3.00 credits
BADM 210Business Statistics3.00 credits
BADM 218Leadership in Teams3.00 credits
BADM 268Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management3.00 credits
BADM 270Business Administration Current Issues I3.00 credits
BADM 274Business Administration Special Topics I3.00 credits
BADM 301Operations Management3.00 credits
BADM 302Human Resources Management3.00 credits
BADM 303Industrial Relations3.00 credits
BADM 305Leadership3.00 credits
BADM 306Directed Study II3.00 credits
BADM 307Advanced Business Law II3.00 credits
BADM 310Quantitative Methods III3.00 credits
BADM 318Project Management3.00 credits
BADM 320Special Topics in Business Administration I3.00 credits
BADM 321Special Topics in Business Administration II3.00 credits
BADM 322Current Issues in Business Administration I3.00 credits
BADM 323Current Issues in Business Administration II3.00 credits
BADM 324Current Issues in Business Administration III3.00 credits
BADM 325Special Topics in Business Administration III3.00 credits
BADM 329Performance Management3.00 credits
BADM 332Managing Not-for-Profit Organizations & Social Enterprises3.00 credits
BADM 335Workplace Learning, Development and Design3.00 credits
BADM 382Case Analysis and Decision Making in Human Resources Management3.00 credits
BADM 406Directed Study III3.00 credits
BADM 460Business and Society3.00 credits
BADM 465Management Decision Making3.00 credits
BADM 466Managing Change3.00 credits
BADM 469Applied Understanding of Indigenous Entrepreneurship3.00 credits
BADM 470Business Policy and Strategy3.00 credits
BADM 475Negotiation Skills3.00 credits
BMKT 161Marketing3.00 credits
BMKT 260Social Media Marketing3.00 credits
BMKT 261Advertising3.00 credits
BMKT 262Event Marketing3.00 credits
BMKT 263Professional Selling Skills3.00 credits
BMKT 315e-Business Analysis and Administration3.00 credits
BMKT 316Branding and Innovation3.00 credits
BMKT 317Introduction to Mobile App Marketing & Commercialization3.00 credits
BMKT 360Marketing Research3.00 credits
BMKT 364Consumer Behaviour3.00 credits
BMKT 365Marketing Strategies and Decisions3.00 credits
BMKT 366Professional Sales and Management3.00 credits
BMKT 367Promotion Strategy and Analysis3.00 credits
BMKT 369Digital Marketing3.00 credits
BMKT 370Social Media Marketing3.00 credits
BMKT 401Applied Marketing Methods3.00 credits
BMKT 405Marketing Projects in Industry3.00 credits
BMKT 408Product Development3.00 credits

 

Total program credits: 45.00

Program Notes

Students may obtain a concentration by completing 12.00 credits in one of the following areas:

Marketing Concentration: CMNS 305, NABU 318, and 6.00 credits from the following: any 300 or 400-level BMKT course (except BMKT 366, 401, 405, 408), or IBUS 357; or

Human Resources Concentration: NABU 330, NABU 334, and 6.00 credits from the following: BADM 305, BADM 332, BADM 329, BADM 382, BADM 466, BADM 475, or NABU 366; or

International Strategy and Entrepreneurship Concentration: NABU 404, NABU 310, and 6.00 credits from the following: BADM 306, BADM 321, BADM 465, BCPT 305, or any 300 or 400-level IBUS course (except IBUS 340, 356, 405, 434); or

Finance and Investment Concentration: NABU 320, NABU 470, and 6.00 credits from the following: NABU 340, BFIN 341, BFIN 342, BFIN 353, BFIN 386, BFIN 441, or BFIN 486

Important Dates

Application Dates

Feb 5, 2019 - Dec 3, 2019

Course Registration & Waitlisting Starts

Nov 12, 2019

Fee Payment Deadline

Dec 17, 2019 4:00 PM

Application Dates

Oct 1, 2019 - Aug 4, 2020

Course Registration & Waitlisting Starts

Jul 6, 2020

Fee Payment Deadline

Aug 24, 2020 4:00 PM

Application Dates

Feb 4, 2020 - Dec 1, 2020

Course Registration & Waitlisting Starts

Nov 16, 2020

Fee Payment Deadline

Dec 21, 2020 4:00 PM

Note: Dates are subject to change.

How to apply

  1. Check the admissions requirements.
  2. Check the application and document deadlines for your program.
  3. Complete and submit your application through EducationPlannerBC.
    1. Upload all your required/supporting official documents.
    2. Pay your application fee.
  4. Admissions will review your application and contact you.

Admission Requirements

Admission Notes

This program is not designed for students who have completed the Capilano University Bachelor of Business Administration degree as this is a duplication of coursework.

For the official publication of programs, course descriptions and admission requirements please view the Capilano University Calendar (pdf).

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Contact

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604 990 7803
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