Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management

Post-diploma Bachelor of Management

Post-diploma Bachelor of Management (25 course)

Post-diploma Bachelor of Management/Bachelor of Education

Post-diploma Bachelor of Management

The Dhillon School of Business offers a management degree for students with business or business-related diplomas from our partner colleges. You can earn two years of credit toward the post-diploma degree program, and graduate in as little as two years with a Bachelor of Management degree. Extra courses are assigned where a diploma does not provide the appropriate background for the major chosen.

Admission Requirements

Applicants may gain admission to the competitive Post Diploma Bachelor of Management Program by completing an approved diploma in Business Administration or Management, no more than eight years prior to admission.

Admissible applicants with approved diplomas more than eight years old, may be admitted to the 25-course Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management program and after accepting their offer, may be re-evaluated based upon the submission of their recent work experience.

Students may be required to extend their programs beyond 20 courses, depending on the major chosen and the diploma completed.

See www.ulethbridge.ca/ross/post-diploma for current information on diplomas approved for admission to the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management program. The Dhillon School of Business will consider diplomas not previously approved for admission on a case-by-case basis.

See more information on post-secondary admission for college diplomas at www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/transfer and www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/additional-admission-requirements.

Majors

The following majors are available in this program:

Accounting Program Planning Guide
Finance Program planning guide
General Management Program planning guide
Human Resource Management and Labour Relations Program planning guide
Indigenous Governance and Business Management* Program planning guide
International Management* Program planning guide
Marketing Program planning guide

*Lethbridge campus only

Minors

Once you have chosen your major, consider the option of working toward a secondary area of focus. A minor will let you explore more than one academic interest, enhance your resume and will be recognized on your transcript.

Post-diploma Bachelor of Management (25 course)

If you hold a two-year diploma from a recognized academic institution, you may be eligible to earn a Bachelor of Management in as little as two and a half years (General Management major)—even if it is in an unrelated discipline. The Dhillon School of Business will consider diplomas not previously approved for admission on a case-by-case basis.

Admission Requirements

Applicants may gain admission to the competitive Post Diploma Bachelor of Management (25 course) Program by completing an approved diploma.

Applicants to the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management (25 course) program will be admitted to the General Management major. Applicants may choose a different major after admission by contacting an academic advisor. Additional courses will be required for the new major.

See www.ulethbridge.ca/ross/post-diploma for current information on diplomas approved for admission to the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management (25 course) program. The Dhillon School of Business will consider diplomas not previously approved for admission on a case-by-case basis.

See more information on post-secondary admission for college diplomas at www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/transfer and www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/additional-admission-requirements.

Majors

The following major is available in this program:

General Management ​​Program planning guide
Applicants may choose a different major after admission by contacting an academic advisor. Additional courses will be required for the new major.  Note:  Majors available are the same as for the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management program listed above.

Minors

Once you have chosen your major, consider the option of working toward a secondary area of focus. A minor will let you explore more than one academic interest, enhance your resume and will be recognized on your transcript.