Bachelor of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management - Yorkville University - Vancouver

Bachelor of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Program Description

A $10,000 scholarship is currently applied to the Bachelor of Business Administration's tuition fees. This scholarship is exclusive to applicants through ApplyBoard!

The Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Supply Chain Management is designed to provide students with an understanding of the systems and decision-making required for a successful career in the supply chain management field.

Students will gain specialized knowledge in the components of the supply chain from purchasing through sales and distribution in a context of using information technology to achieve strategic and organizational objectives. Topics include how to improve speed to market; enabling online purchasing/supply chain functions, production, distribution and logistics systems; inventory management; enterprise system evaluation and supplier selection; financial considerations; outsourcing and partnership options; competitive bidding and negotiation; contracts; client service and satisfaction issues. Student will learn about the design of logistics networks and the management of transportation infrastructures.

The specialization culminates in a Capstone course, in which students will work in teams to develop an executable supply chain strategy and implementation plan for a company who is seeking to enter a new foreign market.

Note: Students applying after completing a diploma program or degree program will be considered for ‘block transfer’, which means the entire program is assessed and, if approved, 36 transfer credits will be awarded against the Bachelor of Business Administration Business elective courses. Students whose diploma or degree program included courses in business administration may be awarded up to a total of 60 transfer credits (50% of total credits required in the program, excluding project-based courses). The maximum of 60 transfer credits includes the block transfer. If a student wishes for a block transfer’, or to transfer credits over to the BBA they must provide descriptions for each of the courses they have previously taken.

Admission Requirements

  • Minimum Level of Education Required: Grade 12 / High School
  • Min GPA: 65.0%
  • English Proficiency Requirements:
    For direct admission, applicant must be from an English speaking country (click here for country list) or meet either of the following English test scores:
    • Min TOEFL ibt: 80.0 (Min Reading: 18.0, Min Writing: 18.0, Min Listening: 18.0, Min Speaking: 18.0)
    • Min IELTS average: 6.5 (Min Reading: 5.5, Min Writing: 5.5, Min Listening: 5.5, Min Speaking: 5.5)
    This program does NOT offer conditional admission.

CA$49.00
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Vancouver, British Columbia
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CA$13,063 /year
Cost of Living
CA$12,000/year - You may start working part-time
Processing Time
15 days
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0 - 120 days
Bachelor of Business Administration - Supply Chain Management: 4 year bachelor degree
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Program Level: 4-Year Bachelor's Degree
Length: 4 year bachelor degree
Application Fee: CA$49.00
Tuition: CA$13,063/year
Cost of Living: CA$12,000/year
Average processing time: 15 days
Starting Dates: Submission deadlines:
October 2018 2018-07-15
January 2019 2018-09-30
April 2019 2018-12-31
October 2019 2019-07-15
January 2020 2019-09-30
April 2020 2019-12-31
July 2020 2020-04-30
October 2020 2020-07-15
Study and Work in Canada
Full-time undergraduate and postgraduate international students can work anywhere on and off campus for up to 20 hours per week without a work permit. On average, a part-time student would earn anywhere from $800-$1500 a month (e.g. 20 hours/week x $11/hour x 4 week = $880). After applying for a work permit, international students become eligible to work as a co-op student or an intern. Watch the video