Do you desire to make an impact on society and in your community?
Our School of Business will help open doors to a world of connections and opportunities. You will be equipped to succeed not only as a business professional, but as a leader who can effect change within the business community and beyond.
Ranked by The Globe and Mail as one of the top business schools in the country, our business program offers a global perspective to doing business and a hands-on, applied approach that will equip you to succeed. At TWU, you will experience small class sizes, travel opportunities, and a liberal-arts approach that develops the whole person.
Our focus on integrating practical work experience and relationship building means that the relationships you develop can turn into strong global networks after graduation—opening up employment opportunities around the world.
OUR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OFFERS:
A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) specializing in:
- Leadership and Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees specializing in:
- Business Administration
- Corporate Communications
- Sport and Leisure Management
- Biotechnology and Business Administration
“After graduating from TWU’s School of Business, I landed an influential and dynamic position with a highly reputable organization and immediately began applying the skills and knowledge that had been passed on by my TWU professors. More than being taught to memorize great textbooks, I’ve been taught how to think and act. My TWU experience has been invaluable.”
GORAN VITIC, 2011
Unique opportunities include attending international exchange programs in business schools in Europe, completing coursework while participating in a travel study led by some of the business faculty, and interning with senior government leaders while studying at the Laurentian Leadership Centre in Ottawa.
BUSI 111 • Introduction to Business and Management
In this course, modern business is studied in its various aspects: economic and social setting, business classifications and financial requirements, business structure and functional areas, basic concepts and techniques, practices and responsibilities, and career opportunities in business.
BUSI 317 • Investment Theory
A study of financial markets and the various instruments traded on those markets including how these instruments are priced. Other topics explored include portfolio theory, market efficiency, and equilibrium, asset analysis, asset allocation, and portfolio management.
BUSI 413 • Business as Mission
This course examines the emerging role of business as mission in both international and domestic contexts. The general themes taught in this course include: the theology of business as a vehicle for cross-cultural mission and specific, for-profit business models and case studies.
TWU’s School of Business graduates are found in many professional careers and business enterprises. Our graduates are running businesses; they are CFOs, entrepreneurs, and many are bringing their business skills to the not-for-profit sector. A number of our graduates go on to further professional studies in law, accounting, and graduate degrees in business (MBA).