Nova Scotia Community College

Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM)

Nova Scotia Community CollegeLocation: Saint John campus

Graduates who have attained an overall program average of 70% in any of the Nova Scotia Community 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 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.

Applied Arts & New Media

  • American Sign Language/English Interpretation
  • Computer Electronics Technician
  • Digital Animation
  • Graph & Print Production
  • Graphic Design
  • Information Technology (with Database Administration, Database Development, Programming, Systems Management/Networking, and Web Programming concentrations
  • Interactive & Motion Graphics (with 3D Modeling & Motion Capture, Game Design & Development, and Visual Effects concentrations)
  • Music Arts
  • Photography
  • Radio & Television Arts (with Broadcast Journalism, Radio Performance & Studio Production, and Television Production concentrations)
  • Screen Arts

Business

  • Business Administration (with Accounting, Financial Services, Management, Marketing, Open and Software & Information Management concentrations)
  • Culinary Arts
  • International Business (which is actually an advanced diploma – they have 3 years with us – first year of BA then 2 years IB)
  • Library & Information Technology
  • Office Administration – Software & Information Management (is actually a 1-year diploma on top of the 1-year Office Administration certificate)
  • Paralegal Services
  • Tourism Management (with Experiential Tourism, Hotel & Restaurant and Open concentrations)

Health & Human Services

  • Child & Youth Care
  • Cosmetology
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Funeral & Allied Health Services
  • Health Information Management
  • Human Services (with Child & Youth Care, Community Services, Correctional services, Disability Supports & Services, Open, and Therapeutic Recreation concentrations)
  • Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Mental Health Recovery & Promotion
  • Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy Assistant
  • Practical Nursing
  • Recreation Leadership
  • Social Services
  • Therapeutic Recreation

Trades & Technology

  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics)
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical)
  • Architectural Engineering Technician
  • Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing
  • Building Systems Technician (HVAC&R)
  • CAD Technician – Mechanical
  • Carpentry (Diploma)
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Construction Management Technology
  • Drafting – Architectural
  • Electrical Construction & Industrial (Diploma) – a one-year program on top of the one-year Electrical Construction & Industrial (Certificate)
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Electrical Technician
  • Electro Mechanical Technician
  • Electronic Engineering Technician
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Energy Sustainability Engineering Technology
  • Environmental Engineering Technology
  • Geographic Sciences (with Cartography, Community & Environmental Planning, Geographic Information Systems, and Remote Sensing Technology concentrations, and related advanced diplomas as well)
  • Geomatics Engineering Technology – a one year program on top of the one-year Survey Technician certificate
  • Heavy Duty Equipment/Truck & Transport Repair (Diploma)
  • Heritage Carpentry
  • Horticulture & Landscape Technology (with Landscape and Operations concentrations)
  • Industrial Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Instrumentation
  • Machining
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Natural Resources Environmental Technology
  • Oceans Resources Technology – Fisheries & Aquaculture
  • Pipe Trades
  • Power Engineering Technology
  • Welding (Diploma)
  • Welding Inspection & Quality Control

Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT)

Location: Saint John campus

Tourism Management - Nova Scotia Community College

Graduates of the two-year (4-semester) Tourism Management program at Nova Scotia Community College, who have attained an overall program average of 70%, will be granted 60 credit hours (2 years) of the 120 credit hours (4-year) Bachelor of Applied Management - Hospitality & Tourism (BAMHT) at University of New Brunswick, Saint John.

Graduates of Nova Scotia Community College Tourism Management diploma program are expected to have completed ACTG1015, HRES2210, HRES3210, MKTG3408 and LEGL2308.

Should graduates not complete the full complement of the courses listed, these courses will be taken in addition to the regular BAMHT program requirements. Where possible, these will not increase the total course requirements for the degree. With the permission of Nova Scotia Community College, these courses may be taken within their current program and evidence of course of study communicated to University of New Brunswick, Saint John at the time of application.