Holland College

Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM)

Holland CollegeLocation: Saint John campus

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

Graduates who have attained an overall program average of 70% in any of the Holland 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.

Appendix A: 2-year (4-semester) programs at Holland College

  • Architectural Technology
  • Bioscience Technology
  • Construction Technology and Management
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Environmental Applied Science Technology
  • Wildlife Conservation Technology
  • Accounting Technology
  • Business Administration
  • Marketing and Advertising Management
  • Computer Networking Technology
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Culinary Arts
  • International Hospitality Management
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Human Services
  • Practical Nursing
  • Graphic Design
  • Photography and Digital Imaging
  • Journalism
  • Video Game Art and Animation
  • Dance Performance
  • Music Performance
  • Sport and Leisure Management
  • Electrical Technology- Industrial Electrical Technology
  • Electromechanical Technology
  • Energy Systems Engineering Technology
  • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology
  • Tourism and Travel Management
  • Welding Fabrication
  • Automotive Technology
  • Golf Club Management
  • Retail Business Management

Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT)

Location: Saint John campus

Culinary Management

Graduates of the two-year Culinary Arts program at Holland 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 sufficient study in the core concepts of HTM 1103 (Introduction to Tourism) or its equivalent, BA1216 (Accounting for Managers I) or its equivalent, BA2303 (Principles of Marketing) or its equivalent and Economics 1013 (Micro Economics) or Economics 1023 (Macro Economics) or an equivalent. Where possible these will not increase your total course requirements for the degree. With the permission of Holland College, these may be studied within their current program and evidence of course of study communicated to UNB at the time of application.

Golf Club Management

Graduates of the two-year Golf Club Management program at Holland 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.

International Hospitality Management

Graduates of the two-year International Hospitality Management program at Holland 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.

Sport and Leisure Management

Graduates of the two-year Sport and Leisure Management program at Holland 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.

Also, graduates of this program would be exempt from studying BA1605 – Business Decision Analysis I. Students will substitute this course with an approved Elective.