General Info

Faculty: Faculty of Business
Degree(s): Bachelor of Business Administration
Campus: Saint John

Business is everywhere: in our homes, our schools, our hospitals, our governments, and our shopping centres. Whether you study consumer patterns, the stock market, e-commerce, or employee rights in the workplace, the Faculty of Business at the University of New Brunswick Saint John offers innovative programs recognized by the business community for their quality and their ability to produce future business leaders.

Our students can do and try things here that they may never get a chance to do on a larger campus. As a business student you can choose from courses in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, organizational behaviour, operations management, electronic commerce, human resource management, and business strategy and entrepreneurship.

A solid foundation

As a graduate of our business program, you’ll be well-qualified to pursue challenging and fulfilling careers, start your own business or apply to professional programs or graduate schools.

At UNB Saint John, you'll flex your critical thinking skills and prepare yourself for the workforce through individual and group projects. By working with peers from around the world, you'll gain a unique perspective and greater understanding of cultural practices, business tactics and strategies.

Gain the skills that will set you apart in today's global business environment.

BBA program

Whether it’s succession plans for established firms or start-up strategies for emerging entrepreneurs, our BBA program will teach you the intricacies of business management including marketing, accounting and human resources.

You’ll start with a foundation in all major areas of study, and then you can choose a specialty such as economics, electronic commerce or marketing.

Areas of study

Co-op programs that lead to jobs

The business co-op program integrates classroom studies with work experience by alternating academic semesters with four-month paid work semesters. Gain paid work experience, develop great business skills and expand your network with industry leaders.

Our fourth-year students are often hired before graduation because of the experience and contacts they gain from our co-op program.

Alternating study terms and paid work terms gives you the opportunity to learn the theory necessary to succeed in the workplace, and then apply it in an authentic business environment.

You learn to work, then work to learn.