International Business Administration

BUSINESS & FINANCE


Program code: INT.BUS.ADM.DIP

Credential Awarded: Diploma Certificate

Program Duration: 2 years

Delivery: Full-time

Delivery Mode: On-campus

Program Intake: Winter 2021 | Summer 2021 | Fall 2021

Please Note: Weekday and Weekend Schedules are available, Please contact the college for more                            details

Program Overview

International Business Administration post-secondary diploma is an industry-driven program that globally qualifies graduates for every business and finance profession sector. The program emphasizes business planning and operations, business law and ethics, sales, accounting, project management, leadership skills, entrepreneurship, and e-commerce.

IBA program will expose students to business, management, and administration skills by incorporating real business events. The program also prepares graduates for highly sought-after careers in Business Administration, Finance and Accounting Management, E-Business Management, Human Resource Management, and Public Relations.

Graduates of this program will become competent in the skills needed for self-employment, professional environment, or international operations through the experienced faculty in NACPT.

Co-op work experience:

As part of this program, students need to complete 320 hours of work placement for successful graduation. The practical experience gained in this structured co-op program is an integral part of the education and will serve as the first step into career development. The result will be increased confidence, invaluable connections, and practical work experience that employers appreciate.

International Business Administration

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE AND COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA001

Business Ethics (Bus 003)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course introduces students to basic legal and
    3.          ethical aspects of business operations.
    4.          2. Students will understand the Canadian legal system & how
    5.          different forms of businesses are regulated, such as
    6.               a. Sole proprietorships,
    7.               b. Partnerships,
    8.               c. Corporations
    9.          3. Other covered areas include employment law,
    10.          consumer law, and competition law.
    11.          4. The course also emphasizes the importance of ethics
    12.          and social responsibility in business.
    13.          5. Students will be able to identify, think critically about, and resolve
    14.          ethical issues that they will encounter when operating a business.
    15.          6. These concepts will be covered through extensive case studies.

IBA002

Fundamentals of Marketing (Mgt 010)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Introduction to the field of marketing.
    3.          2. It explains the importance of creating customer value
    4.          and introduces them to marketing strategies and social responsibilities.
    5.          3. It also touches the four P’s and C’s in marketing in addition to
    6.          branding, retailing, wholesaling and personal selling.

IBA003

Fundamentals of Accounting (Mgt 030)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject helps students learn the necessary financial
    3.          and management accounting principles and practices.
    4.          2. It outlines the accounting cycle, financial assets, liabilities, financial
    5.          statement analysis, costing and cost-benefit analysis, and capital budgeting.

IBA004

Macro Economics (Econ 002)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Students study the economy of Canada vis-à-vis the global economy.
    3.          2. Topics covered in addition to other general concepts are ,
    4.               a. Monetary policy of Canada, Government debts, Inflation,
    5.               b. Deflation, Monetary policy of Canada, Government debts,
    6.               c. International trade policy, Balance of payment & Trade agreements.

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA005

Introduction to HRM (Mgt 020)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject is designed to help students understand
    3.          the importance of human resource management.
    4.          2. It will outline the basic requirements managers must follow regarding
    5.               a. Recruiting,
    6.               b. Training,
    7.               c. And Managing employees in organizations.

IBA006

Operations Research (Mgt 051)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. The course encompasses all the primary tools of operations research.
    3.          2. Topics include Markov chains, TSP heuristics, new LP models,
    4.          a simplex-based approach to LP sensitivity analysis, and more.

IBA007

Organizational Behaviour (Mgt 005)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course in Organization Behavior examines and analyzes
    3.          organizations as open systems and focuses on
    4.               a. Critical variables, including organizational culture, ,
    5.               b. The external environment, organizational structure, motivation,
    6.               c. Group dynamics,Leadership, change management, and communication.
    7.          2. The student will demonstrate increased competency by applying their
    8.          knowledge and skills to contemporary business situations.

IBA008

Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism (MGT 060)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course focuses on the strategic management of MNEs.
    3.          2. Students examine the vision and mission of MNEs, analyze the
    4.          impact of both internal and external environments including
    5.               a. Politics, economics, geography, demography and competition on strategy
    6.               formulation, Implementation, evaluation and control process.

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA009

Managing Front Office Operations (Mgt061)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject trains the student regarding the various services
    3.          undertaken at the front desk in any hotel or travel industry.
    4.          2. Topics cover guest services, rate structures, hotel
    5.          reservations, as well as audits.

IBA0010

Hospitality Law (Mgt 064)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course focuses on the many legal issues that hotel operations face
    3.          daily and the basic legal principles that govern the hospitality industry.

IBA0011

Managing Technology in Hospitality Industry (Mgt 066)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course includes technology strategies for the hospitality industry.
    3.          2. Topics cover various technologies used in restaurants,
    4.          hotels, casinos, and other tourism sectors.

IBA0012

Project Management(Mgt 040)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject is designed to help students understand
    3.          the importance of project management.
    4.          2. It will outline the basic requirements managers must follow regarding
    5.               a. Defining projects, estimating costs, developing a project plan,
    6.               b. Managing project teams, performance measurement, and closure.

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA0013

Strategic Management (Mgt 009)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course on strategic management introduces the student to
    3.          the purpose, mission, and vision of any organization.
    4.          2. It covers scanning the environment, the various business-level,
    5.          corporate-level strategies, and the international strategy adopted by firms.

IBA0014

Housekeeping (Mgt062)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject covers housekeeping in the hotel industry.
    3.               a. Topics are managing inventories, controlling expenses,
    4.               b. Laundry, guestroom cleaning, maintaining cleanliness in public area,
    5.               b. Ceilings, walls, furniture, carpet, beds, linen, and so on.

IBA0015

Food & Beverage Management (Mgt 063)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject covers types of food service industry,
    3.          2. Organization of food and beverage,
    4.          3. Preparing the menu and maintaining sanitation,
    5.          4. Safety while preparing and serving food and beverages.

IBA0016

Training & Development in Hospitality Industry (Mgt 065)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course prepares students to be excellent trainers who
    3.          understand the role training plays in the organization,
    4.          how to design it, and how to deliver it.
    5.          2. Topics covered are assessing training needs, training tools and techniques,
    6.          imparting training, evaluation, orientation, and outsourcing.

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA0017

International & Canadian Tourism( Mgt 067)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject covers the impact of tourism on the
    3.          Canadian economy, culture, and environment.

IBA0018

Management Fundamentals (Mgt 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject provides an overview of management processes
    3.          in organizations in terms of its functional areas.
    4.          2. The students will be able to understand and apply the
    5.          various principles and practices of management.

IBA0019

Micro Economics (Econ 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Students study fundamental economic principles and theories
    3.               a. Topics covered are Economic Issues & Concepts & Theories,
    4.               b. Demand, Supply & Price, Elasticity, Price Control & Market Efficiency,
    5.               c. Consumer Behavior, Producers in the short run & the long run, Competitive
    6.               d. Markets, Monopoly, Cartels, and Price Discrimination,
    7.               e. Imperfect Competition, Strategic Behavior, Economic Efficiency, Public Policy.

IBA0020

Business Law (Bus 004)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. Students learn the complex legal system in which
    3.          the businesses and individuals operate.
    4.          2. The Canadian constitution and the statutory and common law
    5.          relevant to business and consumer transactions are covered.
    6.          3. Students are introduced to tort & competition law, contracts, consumer
    7.          protection, real and intellectual property legislation relevant to the business.

 

Code Course

 Course Title

IBA0021

Statistics for Business (Bus 010)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject introduces students to the various statistical
    3.          methods and analyses required in a business scenario.
    4.          2. It will cover probability, normal and sampling distribution, small
    5.          sample and extensive sample tests, ANOVA, regression analysis.

IBA0022

English Fundamentals (Eng 001)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This subject helps students acquire fluency in Standard English
    3.          and understand the basic principles of grammar, punctuation, and writing.

IBA0023

Computer Applications in Business (Comp 002)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course will guide the student in studying the types of tasks
    3.          they are likely to be required in a professional office environment.
    4.          a. Students will learn Word 2013, Excel 2013,
    5.          b. PowerPoint 2013, Outlook 2013, and Access 2013.
    6.          c. In addition, the course validates skills with the 2010 Microsoft
    7.          Office Suite system to email, HD Conferencing, and calendar.

IBA0024

Sales Management (Mgt 011)
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course provides students with their first
    3.          introduction to the world of professional selling.
    4.          2. The course will provide a solid foundation of principles
    5.          and techniques that will have a long-term payoff for those who
    6.          supplement their professional customer service career objectives.
    7.          3. Project-based step-by-step procedures are integral
    8.           components of this course.

IBA0025

Co-op placement
    1. Course Description
    2.          1. This course aims to allow the students to apply their knowledge and
    3.          skills acquired from all the courses within the program of study.
    4.          2. This 320-hour practicum will help students develop hands-on experience
    5.          and core knowledge and skills as enumerated in the program.

NACPT offers a unique job development program to all graduates for free. In this program, graduates will get an opportunity to work with a professional career coach in business administration for creating resumes, conduct mock interviews, and to connect with various industry experts and alumnus. As part of the job development program, the career development team will help NACPT graduates have exclusive access to the job market. This Job Development Program has been designed by NACPT to help the students prepare a career plan knowing the industry better through expert advice.

Following are some of the skills you learn through this program:

● Business planning and operations

● Business law and ethics

● Sales and Accounting

● Communication techniques

● Project management

● Leadership skills

● Entrepreneurship

● E-commerce

● Employment success strategies

Careers to be pursued after graduation:

● Business Administrator

● Finance and Accounting Manager

● Corporate Sales Manager

● International Business Development Manager

● Human Resources Manager

● Public Relations Officer

● Import / Export Coordinator

● Manager, E-Business

● Marketing Manager

● Web Communications Manager

● Importer/Exporter

● Product/Sales Manager

● Management/ Advertising Consultants

WHO CAN APPLY ?

 

Mature students above or at the age of 18 

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent 

International Students

  1. Complete application/registration form. Click here for Online Registration.
  2. Attach a copy of your academic record in your native language and in official/certified English translation.
  3. Students from countries where first language is not English must provide proof of English proficiency:
    IELTS Academic: an overall minimum score  of 6.0 (no single test score below 5.0),
    TOEFL: 550 (paper based) 213 (computer based) or 88 (internet based)
  4. Students without an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent must write the Wonderlic Assessment Test.
  5. Students who are or above 18 years of age should pass the Wonderlic Contemporary Cognitive Ability Test.
    (The assessment will help measure the cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude of prospective employees
    for a range of occupations.)
  6. Submit your application with required documents to info@nacptpharmacollege.com

Domestic Students

  1. Complete application/registration form. Click here for Online Registration.
  2. Attach a copy of your academic record in your native language and in official/certified English translation.
  3. Students without an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent must write the Wonderlic Assessment Test.
  4. Students who are or above 18 years of age should pass the Wonderlic Contemporary Cognitive Ability Test.
    (The assessment will help measure the cognitive ability and problem-solving aptitude of prospective employees
    for a range of occupations.)
  5. Submit your application with required documents to info@nacptpharmacollege.com

1. Please allow 1-2 business days for the application review.

 

2. Following the application review, the NACPT administrative office will contact the applicant to book a meeting for any grant application (if applicable) and to create the payment plan.

For fee-related inquiries, contact us at 416-412-7374 or email us through info@nacptpharmacollege.com.

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