Admission to the BBA program is based on:
- Your academic performance
- Your Supplementary Application
The application process consists of two parts: your Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) application, and your Schulich Supplementary Application.
The Supplementary Application is used to provide the admissions team with a better understanding of the complete student. While academic performance is important, Schulich is looking for well-rounded students who can also demonstrate leadership potential, integrity, resourcefulness, resilience, and an understanding of collaboration. The supplementary application consists of a recorded video interview as well as the Leadership Profile.
Competitive Admissions Average: high 80s/low 90s
- MCV4U or MDM4U
*A minimum of 70% in ENG4U and MHF4U is required. No more than two 4M courses will be considered for admission.
More information can be found here
There are Automatic Scholarships and Schulich’s scholarships and awards. No application is required to be considered for these funding opportunities. Students can also apply to be considered for additional funding through York University by completing a Student Financial Profile after they have accepted their offer.
York University Entrance Scholarship is based on final admission average:
- 95%+ (42-45 IB diploma points) — $4,000 (renewable for 3 additional years if student maintains 8.0 GPA)*
- 90-94.9% (36-41 IB diploma points) — $2,500
- 85-89.9% (33-35 IB diploma points) — $1,500
- 80-84.9% (30-32 IB diploma points) — $1,000
BBA is offered as a full-time, four year program at the Keele campus. As a direct-entry program, students will begin their core business curriculum right from term 1. All first and second year courses are mandatory, with the exception of two elective courses each year.
The Year 1 courses are:
- ECON 1000 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS https://schulich.yorku.ca/programs/bba/#
- ECON 1010 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS
- MGMT 1000 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
- Using lectures, team-based exercises, interactive discussions and field research, this course will introduce students to the key management
- concepts and theories about how businesses operate, compete, provide value to customers and make money.
- MGMT 1050 3.00 BUSINESS ANALYTICS I
- This course will present the elements of basic statistics, probability and statistical modelling. It covers statistical measures of centrality and dispersion and graphical representation of data. The basic rules of probability covering marginal, joint and conditional probabilities, and some of the standard probability distributions are presented.
- ACTG 2010 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I and ACTG 2011 3.00 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
- This two-course sequence develops students’ understanding of financial accounting information. The courses focus on uses of accounting information for different decisions and from different stakeholder perspectives, and consider the economic and behavioural effects that accounting treatments have on users and preparers. Classroom techniques such as case studies, classroom discussions, student presentations and group and individual research projects are employed.
- MKTG 1030 3.00 MARKETING MANAGEMENT
- This course examines the managerial problems involved in formulating and implementing marketing plans in business and nonprofit enterprises. Emphasis is placed on the importance of buying behaviour in influencing marketing decisions.
- MGMT 1030 3.00 HISTORY OF CAPITALISM: STRUCTURES, AGENTS, ARTEFACTS
- This course examines the historical forces that have shaped global capitalism, looking at the evolution of business organizations, different sectors, key stakeholders and their effect on individuals and society, both globally and in Canada.
Plus 6.00 credits of non-Schulich elective courses