Confederation College

Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM)

Confederation CollegeLocation: Saint John campus

Graduates who have attained an overall program average of 70% in any of the Confederation College diplomas listed will be eligible to enter year three of the four-year Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM) at the University of New Brunswick Saint John.

Depending on the diploma program, students may be exempted from study in certain courses and therefore requested to take alternate courses offered by the Faculty of Business. These exemptions will be noted in the student's file upon admission.

2-year (4-semester) programs at Confederation College

  • Aboriginal Community Advocacy
  • Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technician
  • Aviation Flight Management
  • Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance
  • Business – Accounting
  • Business – Human Resources
  • Business – Marketing
  • Developmental Services Worker
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Electronics Engineering Technician – Computers
  • Instrumentation Engineering Technician – Process Automation and Control
  • Instrumentation Apprenticeship
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician
  • General Arts & Science (2 yr)
  • Medical Radiation Technology
  • Paramedic
  • Native Child and Family Services
  • Practical Nursing
  • Culinary Management
  • Hospitality Management – Hotel, Restaurant and Resort (2-year diploma)
  • Tourism – Travel and Eco-Adventure
  • Broadcasting – Television Production
  • Computer Programmer
  • Film Production
  • Environmental Technician
  • Forest Ecosystem Management Technician
  • Paramedic
  • Police Foundations
  • Power Engineering Technician

3-year (6-semester) programs at Confederation College

  • Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Business Administration – Accounting
  • Business Administration – Human Resources
  • Business Administration – Marketing
  • Child and Youth Worker
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology – Computer Control
  • Interactive Multimedia

Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT)

Location: Saint John campus

Culinary Management

Graduates of the two-year Culinary Management program at Confederation College, who have attained an overall program average of 70%, will be eligible to enter year three of the four-year Bachelor of Applied Management – Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT) at the University of New Brunswick Saint John.

In addition to the regular program requirements for the BAMHT these students, prior to graduation, will be expected to complete HTM 1103 (Intro to Tourism) or its equivalent, BA1216 (Accounting for Managers I), BA2858 (Intro to Human Resource Mgmt) or its equivalent, BA3705 (Business Law) or its equivalent and Economics 1013 (Micro Economics) or Economics 1023 (Macro Economics) or an equivalent.

Where possible these will not increase the total course requirements for the degree. With the permission of Confederation College, these may be studied within their current program and evidence of course of study communicated to UNB Saint John at the time of application.

Tourism - Travel and Eco-Adventure

Graduates of the two-year Tourism - Travel and Eco-Adventure program at Confederation College, who have attained an overall program average of 70%, will be eligible to enter year three of the four year Bachelor of Applied Management – Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT) at the University of New Brunswick Saint John.

In addition to the regular program requirements for the BAMHT these students, prior to graduation, will be expected to complete BA1216 (Accounting for Managers I), BA2858 (Intro to Human Resource Mgmt) or its equivalent, BA3705 (Business Law) or its equivalent and Economics 1013 (Micro Economics) or Economics 1023 (Macro Economics) or an equivalent.

Where possible these will not increase the total course requirements for the degree. With the permission of Confederation College, these may be studied within their current program and evidence of course of study communicated to UNB Saint John at the time of application.