Why study Business Administration at UNB?

4
degree options in one faculty, including co-op

16
months work experience through the Co-op Program

$8.0M+
in a real investment portfolio managed by students

Business Administration is a hotbed of creativity, innovation & collaboration, a centre for experiential learning and entrepreneurial thinking.

Our business programs offer rigorous academic learning with several opportunities to test your knowledge and abilities with real businesses and real challenges.

Students graduate with the skills to create opportunity, for themselves and for their communities.

What makes Business Administration students unique?

Our graduates are curious about world and eager to contribute to their organizations and communities in a meaningful way.

They’re ready to meet the challenges of the real world and have confidence in their abilities.

What do employers look for?

  • Well rounded individuals who are resourceful, able to communicate effectively with a diverse group of people and have demonstrated leadership skills.

  • Graduates who have applied their knowledge to real world situations during their studies either through Co-op, Internships, volunteer work or experiential programs.

What can I learn?

  • You will gain knowledge about how for profit and non-profit organizations run and stay competitive.
  • You will apply your knowledge to real business situations and gain practical skills that are relevant in the work place and build confidence in your abilities.
  • Through course work and experiential exercises you will test your knowledge and abilities, work with professionals to create your own personal development plan, and discover your potential to contribute meaningfully to the world around you.


Where can I go after graduation?

  • Accounting
  • Actuarial science
  • Advertising
  • Auditing
  • Banking
  • Business development
  • Business economics
  • Communications
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial planning
  • General management
  • Government
  • Hedge funds and mutual funds
  • Human resources
  • Industrial relations
  • Information systems
  • Insurance
  • International business
  • Investment banking
  • logistics
  • Management consulting
  • Marketing
  • Market research
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Operations management
  • Organizational behavior
  • Private equity
  • Product management
  • Public administration
  • Public affairs/ Public relations
  • Real estate
  • Sales
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Strategic planning
  • Wealth management

Explore what's relevant to you

These avenues will assist you with your career planning depending on where you are in your studies